Friday, May 26, 2006

Idol Thoughts

OK, I admit it. I'm an Idol junkie and am now going through withdrawal. Surfing the net for any tidbit of information on Taylor Hicks, my pick since I saw his audition tape. The man can sing and he's funny. At first when I saw him audition I thought he might have some kind of palsy when he went into his "special" dance moves, but I have to admit even that grew on me and I waited week by week to see if the Idol machine would beat it out of him. The man is strong. The moves are still there!
I've even talked about the show so much to my husband that he sends me reports he gets on USA Today. He travels a lot and since Idol is over for the season, I've told him he has to be home on Tuesday and Wednesday nights to entertain me. I'll be curious to see what moves he can come up with.
Since I'm out of the closet now, how about some of you out there "fessing up? Send me your idol thoughts. We can go through withdrawal together.


Are you an Idol addict?

Thursday, April 06, 2006

more writing

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Going cross-country on the net

I've found myself galloping through the internet today. If I go real fast maybe I will reach the point of knowing what I am doing. It is kind of like the first time I rode a horse on a cross country course. I had not a clue as to how to figure out the jumps, or how to rate my horse so that I did not crash and part company with my four legged mode of transportation. The horse made the decisions. All I did was point the direction. The internet is like a jumping course to me. Each time I click on a new site, I hold my breath, afraid that this might be the one that I can't maneuver. The one where my great adventure ends. So, on I gallop, heady on the adrenalin rush, hoping to some day cross the finish line. The only problem is- there seems to be no end to this internet cross country course. I hope my trusty computer is up to carrying the load.