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Behold... My Future
  I will marry Dean Cain.  
  After a wild honeymoon, We will settle down in California in our fabulous House.  
  We will have 6 kid(s) together.  
  Our family will zoom around in a Red Mercedes.
  I will spend my days as a Personal Shopper, and live happily ever after.  
 
whats your future
 

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Why all the secrecy?

Ex-N.J. Gov. McGreevey talks to Oprah
By ASHLEY M. HEHER, Associated Press Writer
Tue Sep 12, 9:00 PM ET

CHICAGO - Former New Jersey Gov. James E. McGreevey, who had been publicly silent since announcing two years ago that he was gay and was resigning, made "The Oprah Winfrey Show" the first stop on his national book tour Tuesday. But what he said will remain a mystery until the show airs.

Audience members who attended the two-hour-long taping said they were instructed not to discuss the show or McGreevey's comments. The former governor's book, "The Confession," has been cloaked in secrecy and will be released Sept. 19 — the same day the show is to air.

Winfrey landed the exclusive interview with McGreevey because of her sense of faith and spirituality, according to friends of the former governor. McGreevey is said to be a fan of Winfrey's education and anti-poverty work, two issues to which the former governor is devoting more time in his post-political life.

The 49-year-old Democrat drew national attention when he called a news conference in 2004 and, with his wife at his side, publicly declared, "I am a gay American." The couple have since separated, and McGreevey lives with his partner, Australian financial adviser Mark O'Donnell, 42.

About a dozen friends accompanied McGreevey and O'Donnell to Chicago for the taping Tuesday afternoon. Some segments of the show, including clips from the New Jersey home McGreevey shares with O'Donnell, were filmed previously.

Julie Everett, a Cincinnati nurse who attended college with McGreevey, said before the taping that she and her friends submitted old college photographs to Winfrey producers.

"We're here to support him as his friends," Everett said. "His courage, his humility, he has been unbelievable since this ordeal. He's an inspiration to me."

McGreevey waved and smiled at reporters from a sport utility vehicle as he arrived at the studio Tuesday but did not speak to the media.

"The Confession" traces McGreevey's life through two failed marriages, his rise to the governor's office and the sudden, public implosion of his political career.

McGreevey, a Democrat, announced his homosexuality and his impending resignation in the same speech on Aug. 12, 2004, and acknowledged that he had been involved in an affair with a man.

State Sen. Ray Lesniak, who was interviewed by Winfrey's staff in preparation for the program, said the show was interested in how McGreevey is now, compared with how he was as governor.

"They are two different people," Lesniak said. "The first person was very guarded and very concerned about how he was perceived. He was driven to achieve and was somewhat uncomfortable.

"The McGreevey I know now has accepted who he is and has shared that with the rest of the world," he said. "He is comfortable with himself and concerned about being authentic to himself and his beliefs."

Are you ready for some football?!

Yeah!! My boys won!! How awesome though for a Manning vs Manning game.

Please let this be the Colts year!!!


Friday night was crazy, and Saturday was Gabes party. Of course my cold has gotten worse. I will update on those two days tomorrow as I have to get to bed. I have to get up early.

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Interesting


My Personality
Neuroticism
28
Extraversion
67
Openness To Experience
26
Agreeableness
95
Conscientiousness
45
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You are neither a subdued loner nor a jovial chatterbox. You enjoy time with others but also time alone. You are generally calm and composed, reacting moderately well to situations that most people would describe as stressful. As a practical person you like to think in plain and simple terms. Others describe you as down-to-earth, practical, and conservative. You have a strong interest in others' needs and well-being. You are pleasant, sympathetic, and cooperative. You are reasonably reliable, organized, and self-controlled.

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Sick....

I have a cold. I knew I was going to get sick since all of the kids are sick and Yoie is as well. I tried to take precautions to not get their germs, but after spending all that time babysitting the kids I was bound to get sick.

No fun!

I hope to be 100% by Friday as I have a busy weekend ahead....

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Smokin'!

Tonight as corny as this sounds, I felt like a supermodel. I was so confident in my own skin. I wore my hair down as well and it looked nice. I have been feeling down in the dumps on and off but tonight I was positively glowing.

Hopefully I will have more days like that soon.

Also I have lost 12 pounds since June. Woo hoo. There is a lot more to go but at least it is a start!

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Reading List

I just finished reading two more books and I decided I am going to make a running list of all the books I have read this year to see how many I can read by the end of the year. Here goes:

1. Hypocrite in a pouffy white dress- Susan Gilman
2. Catch me if you can- Frank W. Abagnale
3. Life on Planet Rock- Lonn Friend
4. Naked- David Sedaris
5. Dress Codes- Noelle Howey
6. Devil in the details
7. Playground- Jennifer Saginor
8. Bitter is the new black- Jen Lancaster
9. Smashed- Koren Zailckas
10. The curse of the singles table- Suzanne Schlosberg
11. The devil wears prada- Lauren Weisberger
12. My Horizontal Life- Chelsea Handler
13. The fashionista Files- Melissa de la Cruz and Karen Robinovitz
14. Everyone worth knowing- Lauren Weisberger
15. Drugs are nice *A post punk memoir*- Lisa Crystal Carver
16. In my hands: memories of a holocaust rescuer- Irene Gut Opdyke
17. I'm not the new me- Wendy Mcclure
18. Bergdorf Blondes- Plum Sykes
19. The memory keepers daughter- Kim Edwards
20. Dating Amy- Amy Dezellar
21. Prozac Nation- Elizabeth Wurtzel
22. Jesus Land- Julia Scheeres
23. Name all the Animals- Alison Smith
24. The Secret of the Lonely Doll- Jean Nathan
25. Psychic Junkie- Sarah Lassez
26. Queen of the Oddballs- Hillary Carlip
27. The Idiot Girls' Action-Adventure Club- Laurie Notaro
28. Autobiography of a fat bride- Laurie Notaro
29. Dress your family in corduroy and denim- David Sedaris
30. Sellevision- Augusten Burroughs
31. I Love Everybody- Laurie Notaro
32. We thought you would be prettier- Laurie Notaro
33. Running with Scissors- Augusten Burroughs
34. Dry- Augusten Burroughs
35. Magical Thinking- Augusten Burroughs
36. Save Karyn- Karyn Bosnak
37. Fargo Rock City- Chuck Klosterman
38. Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs- Chuck Klosterman
39. Not tonight, honey wait til I'm a size 6- Susan Reinhardt
40. The Bad Seed- William March
41. Shes not there- Jennifer Finney Boylan
42. Stupid and Contagious- Carpice Crane
43. I am not myself these days- Josh Kilmer-Purcell
44. Conversations with the fat girl- Liza Palmer
45. The Second Assistant- Clare Naylor and Mimi Hare
46. Citizen Girl- Emma McLaughlin & Nicola Kraus
47. Me & Emma- Elizabeth Flock
48. Accidental It Girl- Libby Street
49. Chore Whore- Heather H Howard
50. Looking for Mr Goodfrog- Laurie Graff
51. The Gift Bag Chronicles- Hilary De Vries
52. But Inside I'm Screaming- Elizabeth Flock
53. Confessions of a Shopaholic- Sophie Kinsella
54. Shopaholic Takes Manhattan- Sophie Kinsella
55. Lullabies for Little Criminals- Heather O'Neill
56. Shopaholic Ties the Knot- Sophie Kinsella
57. 20 Times a Lady- Karyn Bosnak
58. 1984- George Orwell
59. Shopaholic and Sister- Sophie Kinsella
60. Beautiful Stranger- Hope Donahue
61. Flowers for Algernon- Daniel Keyes
62. Been There, Done That- Carol Snow
63. Please Stop Laughing at Me- Jodee Blanco
64. The First Assistant- Clare Naylor & Mimi Hare
65. Girlbomb- Janice Erlbaum
66. How to be Lost- Amanda Eyreward
67. Frenemies- Megan Crane
68. How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls- Zoey Dean
69. The Dive from Clausen's Pier- Ann Packer
70. Bright Lights, Big Ass- Jen Lancaster
71. Debutante Divorcee- Plum Sykes
72. Flowers in the Attic- VC Andrews
73. The Virgin Suicides- Jeffrey Eugenides
74. English as a Second Language- Megan Crane
75. Tabloid Love- Bridget Harrison

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What is considered Upper Midwestern?

Your Linguistic Profile:
45% General American English
30% Yankee
15% Upper Midwestern
5% Dixie
0% Midwestern

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Found inside a Jones soda cap

"Your partner will be proud of you."

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