Kats (wildrider) wrote,

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What do you mean, it's only Tuesday?

It's been a long week and it's only Tuesday.

Bo does not like being locked in his crate, and does not understand he is there because today free-range dog ate one of Barb's boots.

My stomach is bothering me again, and today I felt bloated and tired (again), then I was reading about some thyroid problems which can cause some of these symptoms BUT not show on most thyroid blood tests (which I have had); these are also some thyroid problems which can be triggered in women approaching menopause. My mother had thyroid problems, so I know it's possible (which is why I've had it tested), so I think I'm going to do a little more research so the next time I talk to the doc I'll be armed with proper information. In any case, I'd really like to STOP feeling tired when I'm supposed to be energized (like after a good night's sleep or a workout).

So I'm having a little blueberry tea to settle my stomach before dinner and we shall see.

Your rainbow is strongly shaded red and violet.


What is says about you: You are a creative person. You appreciate energetic people. You are patient and will keep trying to understand something until you've mastered it. You get bored easily and want friends who will keep up with you.

Find the colors of your rainbow at spacefem.com.

Hmmmm, say I.

We may actually top 100 this week, for the first time this year -- last year in May there were 19 days over 100, so this is really a big deal. However, last night at 8:30 it was still 86 in the house, so it may be time to turn on the air conditioning.

Yesterday on Twitter FlashForward fans organized to vote for "Most Anticipated Finale" and not only got FlashForward to beat LOST, but also crashed ABC's servers for a while. You'd think that would send a message. I hold no hopes, though. Apparently the only show fan adoration can save is the execrable Family Guy.

I've been watching fenchurche's television meme with interest -- wondering how I'd answer the questions, etc. -- and found myself stuck with "Favorite Show of All Time"; but I think it's distinctly possible that "Least Favorite" would be a close tie between Family Guy and King of Queens... "Favorite," though, that one's tough. I keep coming back to Babylon 5, though, because I think it may have been the first show that I ever planned my week around. For all the television I love now, have loved in the past, and have dearly missed, bought on DVD, and watched and re-watched countless times, Bab5 was the first one where I actively chased it from network to network, channel to channel, breathlessly watching every nuance and plot twist, delighting in the "the good guys ain't so good and the bad guys may not be so bad," and even though it stumbled in the surprise 5th Season, it was such a brilliant work of tight, intense storytelling and fantabulous acting (particularly on the part of Londo {Peter Jurasik} and G'kar {Andreas Katsulas}), humor and romance and action, that even at its weakest, it was still gripping; and by the end of S3, and the episode "And The Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place," it was probably the most brilliant thing I've ever seen produced for television.

Which does make me ask, again, what in the world Sheldon has against it! (See last night's Big Bang Theory.)

Some close contenders include Angel, Farscape, Chuck, Arrested Development, Wild, Wild West, Brisco County Jr., the original Cupid, and, well, goodness, a lot of others!

Tea is not helping. Stupid stomach. Bah.

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Tags: health, meme, television
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