March 31, 2010

Of all the blogs in all the world, you walk into mine.

So the strangest thing happened yesterday. And you know its gotta be strange if I'M calling it strange. After all, I do blow up casserole dishes.

There I was, minding my little cubby hole in the blogoshpere, just like many other blogging drones, when someone from the next floor up who has a corner office, stopped by to visit little ole' me and actually liked my blog!

I know right, what is this world coming to? Better get that year supply of chocolate in FAST!

Then she went ahead and gave me THIS super flattering shout-out on her blog.

My evil plan to take over the Blogospehere is working! Soon I will rule ALL! Bwa hahahahahahaha.......... ahem, uh, awkward... I mean, I was truly humbled by her sweet praise.

So check out Alexes over at One Cluttered Brain! After all, she does have a corner office.

And now I have a matter of urgent business. The matter of my sanity is on the line here.


"Hot snot we're back in business!"

Okay, could someone PLEASE tell me what movie that is from? It's driving me crazy!!

No no, you don't understand, it really is. It all started last night as I was casually trying to think of something to write today (because I'm REALLY bad at blogging ahead to stay on top of it. Kind of like my cleaning... hmmmm... doh, I don't have time to dive into the psychology of that) and that dang phrase kept coming to my head. I couldn't concentrate on anything else!

And then, during the six times I had to get up with kids last night, every time I tried to fall asleep, it was there, taunting me. Just like that open bag of chocolate chips in my pantry.

Excuse me a sec.

Huuuummmm.... I-will-not-eat-the-chocolate-chips-because-I-need-them-to-make-cookies-for-the-missionaries-tonight.... Huuuummmm......

Whew, that was close!

Umm... why are you looking at the screen so strangely?

So, about that movie phrase? Can anyone save me?

What? Oh cut me some slack here. I've had four kids in about that many years and you know what they say pregnancy does to your brain cells so, a little respect for the mentally challenged would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

And now, I must run to the store. I am out of milk, cheese, and a few other items neseccary to cooking for the missionaries dinner tonight.

Like a casserole pan.

Don't worry, they're servants of the Lord! They will be safe.

I hope.

Not convinced? Fine. Here's a cute picture to make you feel better.

I have no idea what it has to do with this post but hey, I think its cute anyway.

*sigh* I do wish I could figure what movie that phrase is from before I leave. You know how dangerous it is for moms to think and drive!

*Update: (nervous laughter) Okay then, I am heartily ashamed to admit that it never once crossed my mind to google it. Just think, I could have got a whole extra hour of sleep and you could have avoided reading this whole post. Thanks Katie! Sweet relief....

16 super cool people speak:

Katie said...

Cars. (I did a google search. I'ts a good way of figuring out quites and movie lines. Also a good way to look up general conference quotes, etc)

famr_4evr said...

So glad Katie figured it out, because it was starting to take over my brain, as well. Thanks Katie. And of course the missionaries will be fine. And for some reason, even with everything going wrong, the dinner for the missionaries ALWAYS turns out great. Congrats on the shout-out!

Kristina P. said...

I just saw your edit and had to laugh, because I thought the same thing. Google is your friend!

Sue said...

That's the great thing about Google. I never have to suffer that awful, torturous, memory deficit aggravation any more!

(Well, not for long, anyway...)


InkMom said...

Can't you just hear Paul Newman's Doc Hudson? No? Apparently 365 is waaaaay too many times for any one person to have seen Cars.

Braden said...

Hey, at least you have a cubby. Those of us in the mailroom would KILL for a cubby

One Cluttered Brain said...

HA! i would have totally did a Google search. I am terrible at remembering lines from movies.
The missionaries are headed to your place tonight?
No casserole breaking tonight, K?

So sweet. ME? a corner office in the blogsphere?
What? Wait a minute, nobody told me.

You got the nice view, I am just in the basement over there, I have to air the place out from time toi time to let the spiders and the crickets free.

You are an AWESOME writer. I cannot wait to read and review your book for my blog.

We could review each others books--when our publishing companies find us.

We must keep spreading the word.

Bwa ha ha ha ha. We will BOTH dominate the blog WORLD....

hahahahaha. You can my mini me--you know Dr. Evil. What's that one show?? You know,...Nuts, Where is Google when I need it?

You need to totally guest post on my blog sometime.

You rock.

Thanks again for writing such a creative post. Do you talk like this in REAL life too?
Cause if U do, you are just so stink hilarious.... We will have a blast at CBC.

More blog fodder for our little old blog. ;)

What was your question again?
I think I might have ADHD when it comes to responding to comments on your blog.
Have an AWESOME weekend, girly!!!

Garden of Egan said...

I think I've watched cars a bazillion times and I can't remember that line.
I must have sometimers. (not alzheimers just sometimers)

Feeding the missionaries? Really?
Are you sure it's safe?

Enjoy your night.

Saimi said...

I'm not computer literate and I still struggle with the basics, but one thing I can be proud of is knowing how to use Google.

My catch phrase is,"You can find anything on google." It's become my new best friend~

Krista said...

I'm a huge google fan too. I've only seen Cars once, so I wouldn't know that line. My new fav line is from Alice in Wonderland when the Mad Hatter said, "You used to be so much more....muchier." I love it!

Acting Balanced Mom said...

Glad someone found it for you... but I know that line like the back of my hand... I've seen cars 7469 times.. my little guy's all time fave movie... so much he wore out the dvd twice...

Charlotte said...

I wouldn't know the quote, for some odd reason my kids never got that into Disney movies. They make up for it with an unhealthy love of Caillou.

And if you just have a cubby hole, I suppose I'm down in the mail room with Braden. Or maybe a janitor.

Rachel Sue said...

I was going to leave the same advice.

If it makes you feel better though, it took me a long time to figure that one out for myself. I am notorious for getting a quote in my head that I can't place.

"YOU'RE GOING THE WRONG WAY!" Lived in my brain for about a month!

Rachel Sue said...

PS. that's Planes, Trains and Automobiles. If you were wondering.

The Kooky Queen--Rachel said...

I have a 30 pound bag of chocolate chips in my freezer strictly *NOT* for cookies. :) It saves me! And what a nice shout out!

Garvin Smith said...

Somebody once said that chocolate causes cancer!

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