Thursday, February 22, 2007


So, I asked Q for a blog topic and this is what he came up with...

"Hmmm...something sexy, interesting, and thought provoking again? Supermodels?"

Brilliant! So, we can all thank Q for his wonderful suggestion. Now, if you like perfectly chiseled abs and tight pecs, perhaps, this model might appeal to you.


Yes and yes. This model does indeed appeal to me. Though I can't exactly put my finger on what or why. Hmmmm. I'll have to look more closely and thoughtfully.

I wonder why abs became a defacto standard for male beauty? Why not the potbelly? Why abs? Who thought that all those lumpy, bumpy muscles were sexy?

Or for that matter, a firm, tight ass?

I don't know who, but that person was a freaking genius.

Sunday, February 18, 2007


So, the boy got a lot of grief about his 17 pic. Various comments about boy bands and making people "switch teams".

Naturally, this prompted me to find an even more embarrassing photo. Apparently, he and his girlfriend at the time decided it would be fun to strike a pose.

FYI. This is very close to his "are you in the mood?" look that he gives me. I think he thinks it's his sexy look. Seriously though - look at those lips.

I am a very bad wife. *smothers a laugh*
Update: I had some requests to post photos of the girl's behind - especially since the above photo shows a rather flat version.

Alas, none were found. I did however find a frontal shot.

And a photo of a different ex-girlfriend.

And of course, for all you boy band fans out there, another great shot of the boy.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007


I've seen this a lot on some of the blogs I've been visiting. I think it's supposed to be therapeutic - helping one focus on the positive things instead of sweating over the mass of small stuff.

It's been a horrible few weeks for me - my work (which is still challenging and interesting) is becoming a cesspool of stress. I suppose that's what happens when a company ramps up faster than expected.

So, other than the blatantly obvious (like the boy, my family and the kitties), here are the things I am grateful for:

1. The Cosby Show - it reminds me of simpler times and how much I enjoyed watching this show about a functional, loving family. I always watch an episode or two when I get home - it helps me to relax.

2. My grey flannel robe. I love this robe - it's full length and I've had it for years but it's super soft now. The perfect thing to wear when I'm at home, watching the Cosby Show.

3. World of Warcraft - because it helps distract me from work (sensing a trend here?). Although in the last few weeks, this too has become a source of stress at times. Which is unfortunate *sigh*.

4. My car. I know it's a shallow thing to be grateful for but if you knew how much I hated/feared driving, you'd understand why it helps having a car that's fun to drive, has great brakes and handles very well.