So I was googling "pelagianism" a moment ago, and the little drop down box showed me a list of other "p" words that I've googled in the past.<br><br>
"Pam Dauber" was on my list. What the hell was I looking her up for?<br><br><i>Who was I then?</i><br><br>
So, how do you surprise yourself?
I still have half a dark chocolate Godiva candy bar sitting on my dresser, waiting for my next week of 6 workouts in 6 days to happen so I can have it for a treat.<br><br>
It's been there for 2 weeks now.
oversharing! no, not really. I'm kidding. <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"><br><br>
I have almost no belly button at this point. Any day now my innie is going to be an MIA-y
Of course, I just had to google her to make sure I knew who she was, and this was what I found:<br><br><i>"It's a little known fact but Pam Dawber almost did not get the role of Mindy in Mork and Mindy. After being signed, a producer determined her breasts were not big enough. He wanted her to wear rubber falsies so she'd be a bigger piece of eye candy on screen. However, Dawber steadfastly refused, eventually winning out and playing the Mindy role</i> <i>au natural.<br><br>
A victory for small breasted women everywhere!</i>"
The amount of bad TV I have been able to watch in the last few weeks home is astounding.<br><br>
It is like I'm making up for the whole past decade of science journals and David Attenborough specials.<br><br>
Right now...High School Reunion.
I surprised myself today by thinking to myself, with great sincerity:<br><br>
"I really like David Gray's music."<br><br><img alt="uhoh2.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/uhoh2.gif">
The sad part is that I knew that you spelled Pam Da<b>w</b>ber incorrectly. Sigh.. not surprising really maybe a little pitiful though!<br><br>
I surprise myself every morning when I look in the mirror - AGGGGHHCKKKKK!
Nice to know my breasts are 'retro'... <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"><br>
I dig the 70s so I have no problem with it!<br><br>
(Living in So Cal, it seems Pam Dawber and I are the last holdouts as far as augmentation goes.)