Monday, June 2

She's back.



Well, one died of pills and the bottle, poor talented thing, and the other raised lots of liberal quid, but alas, remains Barbara Streisand to this day.

We're here, [most of]* the yarn and the laptop are unpacked. Yes, it's blue gal now living in a primarily blue state. At least a midwestern one. That makes me happy and the children are thrilled with the house, the yard, the playroom, etc. Mommy gets her own playroom too, shown here:



*Oh shush about do I think I have enough yarn already. There's only a couple grocery bags left and it's mostly purple, so shush.

25 comments:

  1. To quote the Boy:
    "Honey, isn't your stash looking a little puny?"

    Welcome to your new space, BG.
    You deserve it.

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  2. "A Straight Democratic Ticket"? I had no idea you were suck a 'phobe, BG.

    Anyway, welcome home, wherever that may be.

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  3. I think it's the description of you being voluptuous and foul-mouthed that makes you sound attractive, not your intelligence.

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  4. Welcome to the Midwest; now we are state neighbors. We're working to turn a few more solid blue too.

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  5. glad to see you!!!!

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  6. purple? ever the optimist for the november election ;) good for you! i am midway through the moving process and tired as hell.

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  7. yeah about the sign. It's from Alabama, thus ironic.

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  8. Isn't it great when you are finally unpacked?

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  9. yeah about the sign. It's from Alabama, thus ironic.

    Alabama could get away with it since the rabble couldn't read it.

    That sign in Texas would have several bullet holes in it?

    Welcome Back.
    Your dreams were your ticket out.
    Welcome Back
    To that same old place that we laughed about.
    Welcome Back Welcome Back Welcome Ba a ack.

    At least nothing happened while you were away >g<

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  10. Is there any sweeter phrase than "mommy gets her own playroom?" Also, free stash enhancement opportunities exist a mere 4 hours and 20 minutes from your (new) door.

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  11. Anonymous10:31 AM

    So glad to see you in your new digs. I see you and I use the same interior decorator.

    Just so happy about your new life.

    OG

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  12. I was about to start looking for your face on a milk carton. I'm glad you are back.

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  13. The video was well worth the price of admission!

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  14. Wonderful to have you up and running sweetheart. I still think Babs overdoes it, but JG took it well and out sang her by far.

    Dad

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  15. Welcome (back) to the Midwest. Hope you like the sight of corn.

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  16. Welcome! Glad everything went okay.

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  17. Cpl. Stevan4:45 PM

    greetings from the shadow of the Wasatch, BG.
    Team Zulu holds you in high regard.

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  18. welcome back to your blog Blue Gal

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  19. I'm glad you are back! I was about to send General Ursus out to look for you. (Babs looks like she is ready for a 'meet & greet' with the fleet!)

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  20. As a Catholic, regardless of my status as a progressive one, I often need to turn to the old supersticions... I was about to start invoking this one in particular!

    Glad to see you back on the blog!

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  21. Is so a knitting blog.

    ;>)

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  22. Congrats on your new place.

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  23. I've missed you! So glad you are settled in! I'll be almost flying over you on Thursday, on my way to Minneapolis for the National Media Reform Conference. I'll be sure and wave!


    BAC

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  24. Welcome home, BG. Enjoy being back in the midwest. I know sometimes I really, really miss it.

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