Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Tanya Writes About Going Slightly Nuts

Yes, nuts. I realized I hadn't blogged for a while and figured I might as well blather about my past few days:

The wedding invitations for our daughter are ALMOST ready to go. A couple of mistakes on the inner envelopes via the calligrapher. But enough to make me Grrrrrrrrrrrr.

Then...I thought Conan O'Brien was totally insipid. What's all the hoopla about? A brand new studio? Give me a break. I know I'm old, but if that ranting is really today's humor, dude...kill me now. Give me Leno and Headlines any day.

Hurry, ten o'clock p.m. September!!

Jay's great. He emcee'd the firefighter cancer fundraiser last fall. He rocked. The turnout was great, and I played the cancer card when some young guy out-bid me for a Speed Racer set. I eventually won out and brought it home for the grandbaby, already a car nut.

Enough on that. My promo blog for Marrying Minda is featured today at Petticoats and Pistols. It's a "behind the book" thing about why I chose Nebraska for the setting.

I think today's pictures explain that pretty well.

Oh, and my masochism is settling in nicely: I bought FOUR more rose bushes today at Home Depot. We had lunch at BJ's first...the margherita flatbread pizza is delish, and at Facebook you can download $5 coupons.

Tomorrow is Zumba with my neighbors. I feel like Mrs. McClusky of Desperate Housewives hanging out with them, trying to get that Latin work-out rhythm, but they think I'm cool. Fuego...(that's one of the dance moves. Oh, I'm sooooooo very bad at it.)

The grandbaby was here last weekend, always the best part of any time. Oh, and today is his daddy's birthday, my wonderful, wonderful son upon whom the sun rises and sets. Oh we so lucked out with him.

That's it for now. As you see, blogging isn't exactly my thing. Other than Petticoats.


Helen Hardt said...

Tanya, where do you get these gorgeous photos?

Tanya Hanson said...

A few I took, some my friend Nancy took. Her son is the petticoats and pistols wedding I went to. I think Nebraska sunsets are just notoriously glorious though. Thanks so much for stopping by!!

Tanya Hanson said...

Dang, I think that could be a cool book title.
"Notoriously Glorious"