Friday, April 25, 2008

What! It's Friday already?!

I'm feeling a lot better today...My jaw isn't anywhere near as stiff, and I had mashed potatoes for supper last night along with a teeny-tiny bit of meatloaf. And I tried not to gross out my family as I smooshed up the green beans on my plate. It looked like baby food, except it tasted a whole lot better! :)

I forgot yesterday to say thank you to all of you for praying for me, I really appreciate it!

I'm going to put a poll thingy up on my sidebar, because I'm bored...:p Since I mentioned the word "snarky" a couple weeks ago...I hadn't ever heard anyone other than our family use the word, but then Olivia said her family says it all the time too...so I'm vaguely curious how many people actually say "snarky". Did I mention I'm bored? :D I think I'll try to do some chores today...I think I'm up to it now.

Edit: I don't know how to change the color of the text that shows the results on the poll...it's really hard to see!

5 comments:

Ana said...

I'm so glad you're feeling better.

I love the part after getting wisdom teeth removed when you can actually move your jaw and pronounce your words and people don't have to guess what you're trying to say. :) That's happy. :) Plus, like you said, you can actually eat food.

abigail said...

You're feeling better, yay!!
I'm afraid I don't use "snarky." But it sounds useful, almost as good as caddy-wonkus or blooey. Maybe I'll pick it up! ;)

Olivia Joy said...

Hooray for the word Snarky!!!!
Um, just for randomness sake...and since I found our you say, um, interesting words as well. Do you say Phewf?? Kinda like when your relieved about something? I have never got gotten more flack about a word then when I say Phewf.

Natalie said...

Phewf? Uh, let's see, um, yeah! Definitely! Or whoof, or phew, or other vague relieved/exhausted sounds! What's the big deal?! :D Yeah, I don't see what's wrong with that! Do you just get snarky when people get upset about that? ;)

What else do you say that you don't think anyone else does?

Olivia Joy said...

Well, lets see, "Creepsters", "Landagoshen", "Parky" "Jean-val-jean" "Oh my giddy aunt Jane" "Prats" "Amazing Allen" Hmmmm, hows that for a start ;)