Saturday, December 27, 2003

12 Days of Christmas

I have been sitting in front of the computer for about two hours reading all the journals I love and needed catching up on.  I have so much running around in my head, how I have come to care about so many of you guys. It is almost an emotional gauntlet.

Today is the last of the Christmas get togethers, ending at my Mothers in about three hours.  I still need to get my butt to Krogers and purchase the ingredients for candied yams and cook them.  I will make it, I have it down to a science.  Plus, Mom lives five minute from here.

And then, the big UK verses UofL game at five pm!  I have a tough time knowing who to cheer for, since I've had a crush on Rick Pitino since I first laid eyes on him in the late 80's when he saved the UK team from ruin.  Now, in this area, he is considered a traitor for returning to college B-Ball and of all the dag gone teams, to pick Louisville!  What an insult to UK (this is about 85% of UK fans talking, not me, I LOVE it).  Secretly, I will cheer for Louisville, outwardly I will need to watch when I say, "Damn!" and "Hooray!".



sonensmilinmon said...

Mary. I find the same thing happens to me ... I feel like the journals I read are my friends, they ARE my aol-j friends! Sounds like you had a busy Christmas!

starlitemaker said...

Okay, put another place at the table for me...Candied yams...yummy! We hooted and hollared at a baseball game once, rooting for the other team. We weren't given a very good, aw well!

bridgetteleigh75 said...

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dymphna103 said...

I love those yams. They are good. Glad though the dinners are over as I ate too much john

sunflowerkat321 said...

I know what you mean. I've been away for about 5 days and I couldn't wait to start getting caught up. It's going to take awhile. There are so many of these journals that I enjoy. They make me think and feel and laugh. Who knew how easily we would open up to one another - and become so important in each others lives.

micheleandres said...

I feel exactly the same way about all my aol-j friends. Thanks for all you share. I really enjoy your writings.