Since I have an opinion on everything, and think it counts for something (snort) I will chime in about the "Superbowl Wardrobe Mishap of 2004". Um, bullshit. Not that the public will ever hear differently, but you know that shit was planned. If he didn't mean to pull off part of her costume, what was he reaching over to do, and why during the line "I'm gonna have you naked by the end of this song"? Aaron had taped halftime for me since I was out and about with my mom, Lori, Karen and Ashley. So after Survivor we rewound the tape and watched Justin rip off Janet's costume about 15 times, once in slow-mo... I never said we had a life. I think it was planned. That said, you should have seen the looks on the faces of all the guys in our living room when it happened. Aaron had a superbowl party, and I came home right in the middle of half time, it was Aaron's dad, and brother, my dad, uncle Gary, Dwayne and Aaron and I. The look on their faces were priceless.
I can't believe they voted Tina off last night. I thought Jenna was a bit stupid to be talking out of her ass right off the bat about 'winners' should be sent home first. The radio show I listen to in the morning think Tina will be brought back, based on comments made by Susan Hawk. I had read the article last week (I think it was either on E! or MSNBC.COM where she was talking about how much she couldn't stand Tina Wesson. Why bring it up when they aren't even on the same team? Because if Tina isn't brought back, they saw each other only once during the immunity challenge. So the morning show was saying they think she'll be brought back, and I guess it's food for thought.
Let's see, what else is going on around here... Friday I came home from work about an hour early... nothing I want to discuss other than my Grandpa is very sick, and left the hospital against medical advice. I just couldn't keep my shit together there, so I went home and freaked the hell out.
Saturday I booked our dj, VERY happy about it. More about that in the thewedding diary. After the appointment with the dj, Lori and I fought traffic and made it (just barely) to Karen's house for the makeup party. I had booked a senegence makeup party... very cool stuff. Makeup that doesn't budge. I bought 100 bucks worth of stuff... it's pricey, but it's good. We had a lot of fun trying on the different colors and stuff. That night we decided to go out to Louie's (our favorite bar) for a drink, Lori and Aaron and I met up there first, and Holly was on her way. I love it when you think it's just going to be a quiet night, a few people and it ends up being a kick ass party. Holly showed up with Maria and Megan and Chandra and then Wili came down, and at the end of the night Connor showed up. It was a blast.
Favorite moment of the night was when Wili came up to sing 'Strawberry Wine' with Lori and I. Every time he'd sing the line "... seventeen, first taste of love, oh, bittersweet..." I would put the mic in his face, it was funny. :-)
Since I'm so opinionated today, I'll also mention that I think it's a fucking farce (if it happens) to put Rudy Giuliani on the Bush ticket. The buzz is, of course, that Cheney is too sick or whatever to serve another term... IF Bush wins of course. So what do you do when you don't think you can win an election on merit alone? Turn it into a motherfucking popularity contest! Woo! Yeah, especially after 9-11, I am sure many people, myself included have a soft spot for Giuliani. If it happens, I think it's going to make it very tough for anyone to beat them... but that's just my opinion thus far.
Oh yeah, I am putting pics up today on the wedding diary. of me in my mom's wedding dress... It looked ok in person, but in the pictures I look like a great white nightmare. The boobage... ack. The guttage... ack. Not flattering for me at all. Beautiful dress though, I'll put a pic of my mom in it as well, so you can see how pretty it is supposed to be. :-)
Yesterday, while Aaron was having the guys over for the Superbowl, I went to lunch with mom, Lori, Karen and Ash at the Old Spaghetti Factory. We then walked all over Pike Place Market, where I bought my newest favorite thing:
Lori got one too, and both of us proceeded to embarass my mother by wearing them for the rest of the afternoon. (Not that she disagrees, but she doesn't exactly approve of her daughters wearing the f-bomb on the lapels of their coats.)
The Superbowl Party Spread, including Chili and hot Dogs... gassy.
A classic Seattle landmark.