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As you might guess my brain is still frying.  We are basically working 16 hours days in prep for the launch.  There's so much I could say here about the launch but I have to be honest, I'm looking for a diversion to write about.  I just need a break.  Here's all I'll say about it -- if you live in Tampa, BE THERE.

Next week I have a new blog series planned (when I have more time for it).   Now, on to today's diversion.   Not to be outdone by yesterday's 5 wacky facts, I thought I'd share three random questions I have right now:

1)  Why has Apple named their new computer the I-Pad?   Sorry, that sounds kind of gross to me.  I guess this new product will ALWAYS give the consumer NEW FREEDOM to STAY FREE of glitches that would come about as the result of a  poor APPLICATION, helping things to FLOW better. [sigh]

2)  Why is Joy Behar still breathing?

3)  Can chocolate ice cream be considered protein in any way?  I really need it to be for this diet I'm on. (G.I. Diet)

Comments

Unknown said…
I'm laughing so hard I can barely type.
Ruth, PA said…
Deanna,
I'm ROTFL!!! You are hilarious!!! #1 is so clever!!!
I have a Q for you. How is your life with the Shred?
Praying for you all in PA!
Ruth
KathyM said…
You break me UP!! You seem to be particularly funny around this time each month....any correlation? :)
Leannt said…
Chocolate grows on trees...and sugar orginally started as a plant...and I'm out :o).
Kathryn and Kathy, glad I'm bringing some joy to your day.

Ruth, the Shred is going alright. I am beat by the time I start it at night and usually ready to drop before I even do it. Probably picked a really poor time to start this, but I'm committed for 30 days.

Leanne...thank you for that marvelous tidbit of info.

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