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While I Was Working…

I spent Sunday chillin’ at Chelsey’s house because I spent the night there Saturday night – I didn’t feel like driving over an hour at midnight. I came home Sunday afternoon, did some housework, got ready and went out with Jason, my parents and Mike for Mother’s Day dinner at County Line Barbeque. Yummmmm, yum!

Today? Today was non-stop rocking busy. Go, go, go, go. I crammed an amazing amount of work in to an 8 hour day. Then I left to meet up with Mike and head over to Jason’s Court of Honor for Boy Scout’s – he was being recognized for earning his Tenderfoot and Second Class ranks. He’s almost got his First Class earned too – well on the road to Eagle Scout!

While I was out running around, Jennifer slid in to my site and added the “Subscribe to Comments” feature! If you see anything wonky, let me know. I’ve tested it, and it all seems to be working just fine. Wheeee! It’s just wonderful to have Scripty Goddess connections!

I’ve never watched Dr. Phil’s show, but from what I’ve seen of the commercials, I’m starting to wonder if his goal is to make every guest cry. Does he do that on every episode?

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

6 replies on “While I Was Working…”

i’ve seen it a few times and he really does do that! he also blames everything wrong in a child’s life on their parents…..which i don’t agree with in many cases. i think it’s just his default cure-all.

I think Dr. Phil intentionally seeks out emotionally-unstable people to begin with – then he plays the whole, “This may be hard to hear, but everything’s your fault” card to people who, in all probability, blame themselves anyway. I think the guy’s a monster.

I blame Oprah.

I’m so glad you have subscribe to comments – woo! And for the record, Dr. Phil is excellent – I no longer watch every day, but I’m hooked on his down-to-earth advice. In my opinion, if those folks start crying, they were in trouble to begin with!

Christine – i am not able to see the “subscribe/unsubscribe” text if you want to subscribe to the comments without submitting a comment. I’m using your black skin. And the text is black. So, it’s black on black. I have to highlight the text to see it.

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