Daily Archives: February 14, 2009

AHEM, A Love Poem




I’ve been told (more than once) my Hubby must be a saint to put up with my antics…but he wouldn’t have it any other way! And with that I give you, my love poem. (Don’t worry, I won’t quit my day job just yet!)

To Hubby:

A love poem, on Valentine’s Day (even though I love you every day) to remind you how lucky you are….I mean I am! J

A Love Poem

I wanted you to know I love you

Through ups and downs

Good times and frowns

You are a love true


Making me safe and warm

You are always there

My calm before the storm

In love that is rare


You get my sarcasm and wit

So we are quite the match

But, I am the catch

Though you’ll never admit


Though Most of the time I jest—

I would be quite sad without you

Alone and blue

For you are the best!


I am not much of a poet,

But this I know

You make me aglow

Even though you don’t know it!


Love and Kisses,

Your Wifey


Filed under Love, marriage

Thanks, Mom


My mom sent me an email today, since she is a reader of my blog, she remembered (with concern) my post regarding Eye Twitching & Alien Babies.

This phenomenon still rears its’ ugly head every now and then, and I thought I would share her advice. Since, she obviously figured out what the culprit was, much to my surprise it isn’t Alien Babies ( know, I am still shocked cause I am almost positive there is one in there kicking around), but behold the culprit (DUH DUH DUH) (highlighted in BOLD)

Email from Mom

Found this in something I read today and since I know you get these, I thought you’d find it interesting.   Love you much, MOM
What makes your eyelid twitch?
This annoyingly common condition is known as eyelid myokymia. Not a lot is known about eye twitches, which are more likely to occur in the lower eyelid than in the upper, though they’re probably caused by the misfiring of a nerve. But experts know that fatigue, stress, and caffeine all increase the likelihood of the pesky twitching. So do eyestrain, poor nutrition, excessive alcohol intake, and allergies. Fortunately, eye twitching is almost always benign and usually goes away by itself. To put an end to a bout of the eye flutters, cut down on coffee and alcohol and give your eyes—and your whole body—a good night’s rest.



Ummmmm not quitting my booze intake, guess I will just have to deal with the aliens kicking around in there! J

But, Thanks MOM, your a genius, but I already knew that! Love ya!


Filed under family, Weird Info about me