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21st Century Lesbian Trailer Trash

These are the mad musings of a middle aged woman, dyke, nurse, poet. I have a dog, a cat, a mobile home, and delusions of grandeur.

Location: California, United States

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Olio of My Day

A dish of many ingredients. Potpourri. That's the internet for you. It just occurred to me that someone ought to invent a favorites list that rotates periodically.

I start at the top and rarely get to the bottom before I run out of time. There are so many delectable dishes on that list and I rarely get to all of them.

Badger got me started with her brilliant idea to tag all of history.

Then Cracker Lilo took me directly to my favorite place: Starbucks. Wouldn't you know that the Nutrition Nannies, as Lilo so fondly calls them, are sounding the alarm that Starbucks is marketing to the kids. Getting them hooked on the evils of caffeine. Like kids haven't been drinking coffee forever.

If I had a kid, I'd rather she get hooked on caffeine than on crystal meth. But hey. That's just me.

A blog that doesn't get nearly enough comments is Country Mouse City Mouse Adventures. This very young writer is delicate, sensitive, and funny. I particularly love her pieces on life at the Berry Farm.

Have I mentioned how much I love my trailer trash sister, On Silver Wings? She rocks. "I'm not a lesbian but I could be," is what she told me in an email. Love women with balls and attitude.

And this morning, Katy, otherwise known as Barnyard Mamma, had a fun idea over at Teacher in Heels.

If your life was to be made into a movie, what would the title be? And what would the opening scene look like?

My answer:

My Movie? An Unbalanced Life. No, that would be my book. The movie title would have to be more catchy.

The opening scene would include a stack of books, a cup of coffee, and a cigarette burning next to a computer monitor. Flashback to Woodstock and key Bob Dylan.


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