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19 October 2007 @ 04:17 pm
*voice of doom*...Garage Sale!  



Number of dollars made on day one of garage sale............$203.50

Number of weird ass people that showed up.........................5

Number of perfectly nice people that bought stuff...................57

Number of big ticket items yet to go............................................2 (anyone want a china hutch or a piano?)

Number of times I was recognized as an actress....................1 (Hee!  I totally love being recognized)

Number of times I rolled my eyes at stupidity...........................458 (Will you take 25 cents?  Yeah, fine.)

Number of men that asked me to divorce my husband and marry them.................1 (Very weird.)

Number of days left.............................................................................1

We're going to the theatre tonight to see Doubt.......a big, hairy drama.  Guh.  I really could use The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, or something along those lines.  Maybe, while I'm watching Doubt, I'll play the BLWiT soundtrack in my head.  Yes, THAT sounds healthy.
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I hear:: You Sexy Thing - Hot Chocolate
 
 
 
dL: bat bogeydieloreley on October 20th, 2007 12:57 am (UTC)
He asked you to divorce Nolan?! *howls with laughter* Was it down on his knees too? No diamond ring from the garage sale?

Glad you had fun snarking at people -- behind their backs or not! :P
maureen: buffy colorsmaureen on October 20th, 2007 11:04 am (UTC)
Ah, the economics of garage sales. Good luck with all that...is that what led to the vodka tonics?

Oh, in other news I've done my icon meme thing but seem to have trouble posting it. I'm not terribly HTML savvy and rich text isn't digging the pictures...suggestions?

I'm not dumb. It's that technology and I have this mutual hate for one another.
Carrie Leigh: miss grumpy pantscarrie_leigh on October 20th, 2007 11:15 am (UTC)
Please. Technology is evil.

I opened two windows, the 'post an entry' one, and the 'userpic' one, and copied and pasted.

And I'm always amazed when anything requiring computer savvy works for me.

V/T's were the result of date night with hubs at the theatre where they were free, and oh, so good. Oh, well, you play, you pay.
Jessicatudorrose1533 on October 20th, 2007 03:12 pm (UTC)
Tell me what you think of Doubt! I saw it here (well, haha, I'm not "here" anymore, I'm in North Carolina--but I mean, I saw it on Broadway in Manhattan) with Jena Malone (one of my favorite movie actresses) and some other very talented actors, and I thought it was pretty good, if morally a little disturbing.
Carrie Leigh: We're actorscarrie_leigh on October 20th, 2007 08:20 pm (UTC)
I loved it. I was completely sucked in. I spent the second act wide eyed with my mouth hanging open. Of course, I knew the actors playing the characters, so I think that tended to sway me, but I still am undecided as to who the 'bad guy' actually was. A great night at the theatre, definitely.

Jena Malone=love.

So jealous that you grew up in NYC. Seriously, the Dallas Music Hall? Where I saw shows? A barn, in comparison. Still, I get to go once evey year or so, so it's enough.