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Thursday, March 13, 2008

We Had A Time

I made some new pals this week! To kick off Bossy's Excellent Road Trip, a gaggle of us Philly-area blogging gals got together to do some drinking bowling. In between catching up with my childhood friend Well Read Hostess and getting a contact buzz from Domestic Goddess's irrepressible energy, my bowling pretty much bit, but I'm glad to report that at least I did not FALL ON MY ASS this time, as I did the last time I went bowling. I may have tied for last place, but I came home unbruised. Fun times!

(Oh how I wish I could bottle Domestic Goddess -- I'd be a millionaire several times over.)

It was fun to be out and about, fun to meet new bloggers and catch up with old friends, fun to drink a beer on a weeknight (I'm out of control, I tell you). I spent yesterday completely immersed in everyone's mostly-new-to-me blogs and heartily recommend you do the same. They are funny, touching, creative, heartfelt, fresh, goofy, and fun. And good writers, to boot. Doesn't get much better than that.

(Extra grrrrl power points if you can name the [old] TV show from which I cribbed the post title....)

9 comments:

Domestic Goddess said...

I wish I could bottle me, too. I'D be a millionaire!
Anyways, back at ya, babe! That ROCKED! WOOOOOO!!!!
And the show? No idea. I can't sit still long enough to watch tv.

RuthWells said...

Why does that not surprise me!! ; )

Adorable Girlfriend said...

I do not know the TV show name. Come on, someone must know and it cannot be Good Times...

HG said...

You may have given me a mid-life crisis. Here is my following self-conversation.

HG: Hmmm, So Called Life.
Me: But she said the show was old.
HG: Oh, so it must be something else.
Me: Wait. Shit. Is So Called Life considered old?
HG: No. Nah. No. Noooooooooo!!!

RuthWells said...

HG wins extra grrrrrl power points and a shot of tequila to get over her mid-life crisis!

zmulls said...

Old? I dunno. It was aired when Angela hadn't stolen anyone's husband yet....

Kelly said...

If it's not 'The A-Team,' I'm not gonna know it.

It was a pleasure getting to meet you, and I have a favor to ask: I have a friend whose husband was just diagnosed with PKD in December. Can I pass on your blog to her? It might be helpful to her family to have some local contacts.

RuthWells said...

Kelly, absolutely, pass along the blog, email, phone number, whatever. I'd be happy to talk to your friend and her husband at length.

Adorable said...

The only Angela I know is from a girl who lived in Fairfield, CT. (As did AG!)

I am thinking that was not it...