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I went and saw Alice in Wonderland at theaters last Tuesday. If you have plans on seeing this movie, I highly suggest that you watch it in 3D. I had such high expectations for this movie and was deflated when it was over. Johnny makes a much better Jack Sparrow. The effects in 2D were spectacular, so I imagine they'd be stellar in 3D. With that said, the effects are the only thing that remotely piqued my interest throughout the movie.
I received my 2010 Census in the mail yesterday. There's seriously no reason why you shouldn't fill it out. It's super duper easy to do and postage is pre-paid. It's one of the easiest surveys I've ever bestowed a pen upon. Make yourself count!
A couple of weekends ago I attended the local Home & Living Show. I received a call a few days later that I had won an Ionic Foot Bath Detox at a medical clinic. I made the appointment, thinking I'd be detoxified and on my way. No such luck! A doctor made it a point to explain to me afterwards that I was in high need of a neck alignment, at least 7 more of the foot detoxes, and an herbal colon cleanse. Somebody forgot to tell her that she picked the wrong winner cause I don't have loads of money oozing out my toxic pores.
As for the foot detox, this was a first and more than likely a last. Not that it's necessarily a bad thing, but it all seems a little hinky kinky to me. My feet were placed in a tub of clear water and after half an hour it looked like I was bathing in sludge and motor oil. Different colors of the water in the end indicate what was detoxed from your body. One area of severity was the dark green color that sat in the basin like I was bathing in a lagoon. That was to mean that it was detoxifying from my gallbladder. Too bad they didn't know that part of my organ was extracted over 15 years ago! Can't detox from something you ain't got. At least I can mark that endeavor off my bucket list.
I have the next few days off from work and unlike years past where I got bloody drunk for St. Patty's, I'm going to instead work on cleaning the house and camper thoroughly. Not as much fun, but cheaper and less taxing on the body.