Friday, January 18, 2008

Mr. Manic & Moi

Me, from right here, at the computer: Oh honey! I gotta take you to donate blood tomorrow!

Mr. Manic, from the kitchen, cleaning up after dinner: Oh boy. Can I go next week?

Me: NO! My readers are counting on you!

Mr. Manic: Do I win anything?

Me: Yeah! Me!

Mr.: I already got you.

Me: [Evil Laughter]


Anonymous said...

I have a feeling he isnt going to get outta this one! i'm taking Mr Sammie to donate soon too lol, about time he did it again, it's been 7 months, time for him i think!


Kate said...

Awesome! We're starting a trend. Ryan's appointment is now set for tomorrow at about noon. Swimming, breakfast, and then off to donate blood. I haven't yet told him that I'm taking a picture of him. I am evil. :)

Moll said...

I wanna see a pic!

MaNiC MoMMy™ said...

OK, guess what. Mr. Big Strong Mr. Manic is 'postponing' his donation. He PROMISES he will donate next week. I will update via a post later. But as you can imagine. Mrs. Manic is NOT pleased!!!! And his reason is TOTALLY lame!!

My word verification: poweh... as in Poweh to the peopleh!

And why the HELL do I have to word verify for my OWN freakin' blog?!!

Anonymous said...

I love that you put the Reba song on your header up there. I used to love that show.

MaNiC MoMMy™ said...


REBA SONG?!?!?!?


I DON'T LISTEN TO COUNTRY??/ Please don't tell me that is the EXACT TITLE of a country song?!?!? I am freaking out.

Michelle Kemper Brownlow said...

awwwwwwwwwwww that's cute

Anonymous said...

Okay I just looked. The song is "I'm a Survivor" and it was the theme song to her show, Reba. The actual line is "who I am is who I wanna be." So it's not exact. I just thought you were usin' that line from the song. I emailed you the full lyric link. It is a good line either way.

Mary said...

I've been really really quiet and laying low on this whole vampire thing you've got going. But I am very proud of your recruitment and all you've done! You rock!!! But, I must hide from you till you fill that blood bank.

Your needlephobic reader.