Lord, I apologize

Rather, I apologize to my new neighbors. And superiors, for that matter.

Had some ASAP-work come in while my hair was still wet and I was wearing all of a pale-pink push-up bra and jeans. No time to close the vertical blinds, so my bad. I apologize to any and all colleagues who I might have spoken to during said crunch time who read this and get squicked out. 😉

(I was asked if I were at home or at work. The appropriate answer was “At home” and not “I’m half-naked and soaking wet and being peered at curiously by people on the sidewalk and BY THE WAY the cats keep rubbing up against my wet skin and you can’t even TELL that I just shaved my legs.” But then that’s TMI and we don’t wish to scare our employers.) 🙂

It’s 11 a.m. — I suppose I should go in now and address the shitload of stuff that had to wait in the meantime. Luckily the commute is a breeze, although this is the case for staying home. This “face time” stuff is overrated, as I will now have to lug with me a suit and pantyhose and heels and makeup. Yuck. It’s SO a ponytail day!

I suppose I should go make the acquaintance of my hair dryer now. Not because my hair is still wet but because it needs the life the heat gives it. Speaking of which, my coffee’s cold. Gah. Is it Saturday yet?!?!

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I channeled Larry the Cable Guy for today’s post title because I have to apologize to my colleagues, neighbors and fellow motorists for singing tunelessly … or simply just blasting my favorite tunage.

And especially with the (brief) break in the infernal temperatures, I’ve had the sunroof open with no regard for anyone but moi. As always, these should explain why, when I offer to drive folks somewhere, they refuse — I tend to chairdance and tap my foot … on the gas pedal. 😉

And thus, I present to you this week’s songdump, which is themed “someone, somewhere heard me singing this song last week.” Unlike those poor, unfortunate souls, YOU can enjoy them, untainted.

Martina McBride, “This One’s for the Girls”
Pussycat Dolls, “Don’t Cha” (And here it is again, remixed)
Sugarland, “Something More”
Jimmy Eat World, “Work”
Mariah Carey, “We Belong Together (Remix)”
Pam Tillis, “Maybe it was Memphis”
Kristine W, “Lovin You (Hex Hector mix)”

I have to pause for a station identification break to share that my mom asked me to get the following song for her and, to put it mildly, I was instructed to get the unedited version.
50 Cent, “Just a Lil Bit”