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Great weekend. Though sleep deprived.

Just jacking from my FB now...

Saw total eclipse!!! Not sure how close it was to apogee, it was 0318 (Florida). So cooooool! ^_^ Hubby didn't appreciate it as much, maybe cause I woke up him to tell him how awesome it was O_O

 I hope everyone's enjoying your Solstice, Full Moon, and caught the Lunar Eclipse last night! /hugs/

Caught only 3 hours of sleep, my own fault. Woke up and had fantastic IHOP breakfast (love that garden omelet with hollandaise). Drove 2+ hours to Fort Myers. Tried and failed to nap.

Family Lunch! Love this place (at Sweet Tomatoes). No military discount at this one (Fort Myers) though...

Got the rear tires done on the car. Sneef.

Hiked Calusa Outer Trail w/ hubby ~1.77mi hiked for 42 mins and burned 264 calories. OMG saw the owl's again. /lurv

Hung out for a wee bit, then drove the 2+ hours back. Split up (he got gas in one vehicle, I picked up dinner and beer with the other. Go Publix Subs and Michelob Autumn Sampler!) Sat our lazy butts on the com…

The Belief-o-Matic! OH GOODY!

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http://www.beliefnet.com/Entertainment/Quizzes/BeliefOMatic.aspx My results!


The top score on the list below represents the faith that Belief-O-Matic, in its less than infinite wisdom, thinks most closely matches your beliefs. However, even a score of 100% does not mean that your views are all shared by this faith, or vice versa.

Belief-O-Matic then lists another 26 faiths in order of how much they have in common with your professed beliefs. The higher a faith appears on this list, the more closely it aligns with your thinking.

How did the Belief-O-Matic do? Discuss your results on our message boards.

1. Unitarian Universalism (100%) (Kind of a cop-out, everyone can be UU!)
2. Neo-Pagan (90%)
3. Theravada Buddhism (88%)
4. Mahayana Buddhism (83%)
5. Secular Humanism (81%)
6. New Age (81%)
7. Liberal Quakers (80%)
8. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (68%)
9. New Thought (65%)
10. Scientology (65%)
11. Taoism (60%)
12. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (57%)
13. Hinduis…

Great Week!

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I actually had a really awesome couple of days. I managed to talk my supervisor into giving my husband some hours in my site, and she put him on the schedule for 36 hours in each of  the next 2 weeks! We both work christmas but it's a middle shift and we get double time. The next day (12/15) my husband made me sweet potato pancakes for breakfast and we made dinner a date by trying out a new restaurant. Saigon is a Taiwanese and Japanese restaurant we read was West Palm Beach's best kept secret. Considering we ate for under 25 dollars and totally pigged out on great food I am inclined to agree! I had a lovely glass of plum wine and the sea food chowmein. We shared a piece of sushi featuring conch which was awesome cuz I've never had it! ( It's kind of chewy, but tasty.) The portions are huge and I had to take 3 quarters of my meal home which made lunch the next day awesome. After dinner we stopped by the store to pick up some eggnog and rum. The clerk, who we think may …

Your soda > my sleep

So as im already in the ducking vehicle w/mileage filled out, soup-sammich LT radios me to come back in the shack so she could take the vehicle to 'get gas' and a soda. I've been here 12hrs. I have to be back here in 12 hrs, and she already took the damned car to go get mcdonalds. So tired. Almost too tired to be mad. Going to get home soo late.

/hate the overprivelaged youth

Tonight I pulled coverage at the 'quieter' gate for overtime. I'm earning every penny.A teenage girl is having a birthday party tonight. She put the party up on her private school's facebook and built the damn guest list from people who posted they were coming. The paper list alone 218 names, some of which are as vague as "Tommy's girlfriend" (you know,  in case she shows up without him we have something credible to go on...) Several persons were let in, with parent telephone approval, based on the "I don't know who that boy is but let him in anyway and we'll ask our daughter when we find her" argument. Though this was the girl's 18th birthday I'm sure mummy and daddy got some alcohol for their little-woman, but I doubt a gesture like that is necessary or appreciated when the private school teens show up stocked with smuggled booze and (as my husband so eloquently phrases it:) "pregamed like a mother-f'er". A car fu…

Tired of being tired

I've felt mildly ill for weeks. Congestion a decongestant doesn't clear, headaches, sort throat now and again, swollen lymph nodes in the throat. Can't shake it. I sleep 7-8 hours and still feel like I might fall asleep if I just closed my eyes long enough. No insomnia, but I'll trade back if given the option. Less appetite means my informal diet is working (6lbs in 3 weeks) but I have no energy. Suckin down tons of water but always a little thirsty. It's really driving me nuts. Toss in a few fantastically (woo made up a word there) stressful days at work and registering for school (and fretting about the cost of it) and I'm about to lose my mind.I'm just, tired. Tired of being so tired. Let's face it, I'm pooped!I was hoping it was like an allergy thing that would pass. It hasn't. I don't want to go start taking an anti-allergy every day. Bah!No real point I guess. Just whining. :)