Monday, January 9, 2012

I Was Just Thinking....

Is it just me or did Beyoncé have the shortest pregnancy in the history of the universe? I mean, didn't she like, just announce her pregnancy at the VMA awards? I think that was in September and if she was three months pregnant at the time, that would make her eight months pregnant now. Is there some super expensive, Fast Lane, Fast Pass sort of VIP baby delivery ticket that you can buy that the general public doesn't know about? Cause I'm thinking thats how Beyoncé delivered a baby on Saturday. And in record time. (no pun intended) I read this morning that they rented out an entire floor in the Lenox Hill Hospital in New York with a price tag of $1.4 million for the delivery. Evidently this is how the rich and famous give birth these days.

It's a My Tommy, Tim Tebow match up for Saturday and are you ready for some football? I feel good about this one and I think it's going to be a great game. I might be a little worried, though. Even though Tommy and the Pats handled Tim and the Broncos with no problem on week 15, and I think they will again on Saturday, I think Tim Tebow is Jesus's homeboy. I'm just sayin, the kid's got momentum and the good Lord on his side. That can't hurt when you're playing football. I still predict that the Patriots will prevail because I believe in My Tommy.

I discovered this weekend that I'm a hard-core foodie. I love to read about food. I love to cook food. I love to eat food. My favorite magazines are Rachel Ray Every Day and the Food Network Magazine. I spent several hours organizing my magazines, compiling new recipes and reading new recipes on Sunday. I don't throw out my food magazines, I file them away by month and year so that I can refer back to them when I need to. Doesn't this sound slightly obsessive? The fact that I start every day thinking about what's for dinner may be an indication of how important food is in my life.

I also discovered this weekend that I'm going blind as a bat. (are bats really blind?) I find myself wearing of my reading glasses more and more frequently. Take for example that while I was going through all of my recipes and magazines I was wearing my reading glasses. When I took them off I found it harder and harder to focus on any type of print in front of me, i.e: my cell phone. It's like going from regular TV to HD. It wasn't that long ago that I used to brag about how great my eyesight was, but just this year that all changed and quickly. Dang, getting old sucks. Oh well, if you know anything about me, you know that I now have 6000 stylish pairs of reading glasses and that I turned being "vision challenged" into a fashion triumph. The Candy Bar is a proud distributor of Eyebobs.

I have some exciting new goals for 2012, some of which will be announced right here, on The Daily Dandy. So stay tuned, you hear?


Anonymous said...

Maybe it's because I don't really pay attention to Beyonce and Jay-Z, but when I heard that news, my first thought was "She was pregnant forever." Just an odd opposite of what you said.

Denis Verdecia said...

Pats are gonna win! 'nuff said!

sybil law said...

Definitely staying tuned!

Anonymous said...

I think by telling Timmy to "pull the trigger," they may have just given him the green light to play the only way he knows how. It worked for Farve, they never could teach him the proper technique.

Candy's daily Dandy said...

Joshua- for me the pregnancy that never ended was Mariah Carey. Damn, I think she made the announcement while the stick was still wet with her pee.


Sybil- yeah, cuz once I put it out there I have to do it! It's good to have goals.

Anon-Bama? Timmy can play anyway he wants, but we are gonna have our work cut out for us if God isn't a Pats fan on Sat.

the walking man said...

I happen to think that Maybe Jesus may be getting a little tired of the showmanship of prayer with a good throw or TD or whatever the hell it is this guy does that started a new fad.

It does after all say in his own sacred text, and when ye pray go into your closet and pray. 1/2 the book of James talks about them who show their faith through public displays of faith and them who show their faith quietly, silently and just do it day after day with out notice.

My mother was a social worker of great faith for 50 years, knew all the big wigs in Detroit charitable circles from the head of the Black panthers to the President of the United Way and many others. The woman never had a glory wall when she ran the agency as a matter of fact she had drawings from children, that they had given her as she worked her way up the ladder. That was her glory wall and it never made national TV and she always declined awards with a suggestion for someone else to receive it she thought had done more for the community.

Of the two I will take my mom's display of Christianity than T-Bows any day.

Now what's for dinner and yes I will finally say it, make a sports related comment, I hope the Pats kick the shit out of Denver and knock Le Bow on his his holy ass four or five times. I believe Jesus would pleased to lose that one.

Scope said...

My eyesight is slipping, too.

But not as bad as the Steelers' defense. What the heck was THAT?

MarkD60 said...

I don't like the Broncos because I didn't like No Way Elway the wife beater