Tuesday, December 05, 2006

A change will do you good - maybe

I've been thinking about changing the name of this blog.

(Now, don't freak out. Everything on your side will stay the same. Except you'd need to update your bookmark, if you have one.)

I mean, The Diet Coke Dilemma has a nice ring to it-n-all.

But, it doesn't really describe me.

It more describes what could be my situation if I didn't have any Diet Coke.

We all know that we try to make sure that doesn't happen.

Anyway - I'm coming to you for ideas. Got a catchy title that you think describes me / my life / my blog? Leave it in the comments.

Heck, maybe I'll leave it alone.

I haven't decided.


Trisha said...

How 'bout:

*No spiders allowed
*Whiners Anonynmous'
*Deal with it!
*Who lives here anyway?
*My life in a web-shell
*I like it, you don't...whatever
*Sheila - Ruler of opinions

Hmmm? Is that enough for ya?

angie said...

i like her ideas.

I texted you...

my car is done.

I'm leaving here (being work) at 4:15 to run to the bank to drop off an app for a debit card... and should be home by 4:30 unless something goes really wrong.... could you take me to BS Saturn? I might cry if you say no.... I about cried when the guy at saturn told me I had another $100 deductible... james said honda would pay me back... *rolls eyes*

do you know anyone with a steam cleaner? -with the hand attachment? I really want to clean my car interior. I asked the guy at saturn and he said they charge about $80.

hmm back to work I should go

Sheila said...

Oh, there are a couple good ones there... I'm gunna have to think about this a little bit. Maybe I'll 'unveil the new blog' for the new year? ;)

Trisha said...



angie said...

diet coke chicken....

a friend of mine posted it on her xanga

All you have to do is mix together a cup of ketchup with a can of Diet Coke (sounds weird, I know, but stick with me on this). Put four boneless, skinless chicken breasts in a non-stick pan. Pour the mixture over the chicken, then turn the heat on medium. Cook for 40 minutes. (stir occasionally) then put a lid on the chicken and let it SIMMER for about 15-20 minutes. Then take the lid off and let the liquid cook down a little. The mixture is supposed to thicken and coat the chicken. Mine stayed thinner, but it was still really, really good. It's low-fat and something about the pop makes the chicken really tender.

I like who lives here anyways & my life in a web-shell

Btw - THANK YOU!!!!! for taking me up to saturn. hopefully I won't need you to take me or pick me up for a long long long time... as far as fixing my car goes