March 5, 2008
Wordless Wednesday and I'm in the wrong era...

Wordless Wednesday
I'll take 2 please...





You Belong in 1950


You're fun loving, romantic, and more than a little innocent. See you at the drive in!



I thought it would say I should be in the 80's because I liked the 80's, but turns out i'm even older than that. I wasn't even a thought in the 50's but that's where I belong I guess. I do like the clothes and makeup style from then. I think I like a more gentler time.
I haven't been to work for 2 days, not feeling well.



Are any of you doing the Eckhart Tolle and Oprah Interactive Class? I heard of it but forgot to sign up and then being home yesterday I saw it again but couldn't sign up until after 5 pm our time which was after the first class. It seems that over half a million people signed on and crashed the Oprah site, I'm downloading the videocast right now. I don't know a lot about it but know that people say it is changing their life for the better. I'm all for that and want to know more. I really could use some inspiration and motivation about now. If you are reading the book and participating I'd love to hear of your experience and why you are doing it.

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7 Comments:

Blogger napaboaniya said...

Any more left? I'll like that with a cup of tea please :)

Anonymous Borski said...

yummy! can almost taste it :)

Anonymous Chikai said...

just what i need right now. yumm!

thanks for checking out my entry for this week. see yah again next time! :)

Anonymous Will said...

I remember those! As you can tell if you have visited my site, I no longer indulge in that sort of thing. LOL!

Blogger jennifer said...

Yum YUm YUM !!! That looks so good. I am going to try the era thing - Thanks for sharing. Jennifer

Blogger Lorraine said...

I'm not doing the class- but I have read the book. It's very insightful, but I'm not sure how the principles apply to today's world.

I may need to read it again.

Blogger Hey it's Amy Shipp said...

Oh yes, I'll have one of those please!
I have not heard of this class you mentioned... sounds interesting though.

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