Posted by: kristabella | October 23, 2007

And Now A Word From Our Sponsors

You know what is stupid? Stupid is as stupid does.

Wait, no.

Stupid is when you spend the majority of the day dizzy as shit, literally one second about to FALL DOWN and the next second ready to puke your damn turkey sandwich up, and then turning around, going home and getting on the computer.

Apparently Bloglines was calling my name. And now the headache is back and I will NEVER LEARN.

I was sure I had vertigo. And then someone said it was because it was hot in the office and I must have been dehydrated. And I said “no, I’ve had lots of water. Plus, people, I’m not hung over EVERY day.” Or maybe I shouldn’t spin in my chair like that.

Regardless, I feel like dogshit. And I need to get to bed today. Like before midnight. Which never happens. And since I have to rest up for my date with the Hotfessional and Marianne tomorrow, I will leave you with this.

(And also so The Hotfessional doesn’t kick my ass tomorrow since I told her I would do this earlier.)

Did you know that October is breast cancer awareness month? It is. And as someone who had to sit around for a month waiting to find out if she had breast cancer (she doesn’t), I would like to do anything in my power to eradicate this disease.

We need to Save the Boobies!

I encourage all of you to donate anything you can. Here is the link for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

And you could even win a prize. The Hotfessional is far more generous than I. I give you links. She gives prizes. And all for a good cause.

Also, you can click here to donate a free mammogram. With health insurance the way it is these days, let’s make sure that all women are able to have the tests they need to stay healthy and detect the abnormalities at early stages. It is free. All you have to do is click a button. (Thanks to my mom for the tip!)

So get out there and Save the Ta Tas! Save the Boobies! And help to save lives. Because way too many people in this world are far too familiar with this disease and what it can do.

Because we have the younger generation to think about.


And now back to your regularly scheduled programming…



  1. Have a wonderful meetup with the two lovely ladies … and hope you are feeling fantastic for it! xo

  2. ((((((((((((((((((muah))))))))))))))))
    thank you (from a 2 year survivor/thriver) for adding Hotfessional’s “save the boobies” to your blog. She will thank you, I will thank you and no one needs to kick your ass!!
    Thanks for putting the message out there…seriously. It is happening more and more to younger women. I was in my 40s at diagnosis but I am in touch with so many women under 30 who are being diagnosed. BSE every month is imperative, a mammogram once you reach 40 is imperative and if you notice ANYTHING that seems unusual, have it checked. 90% of lumps are benign but it is still advisable to have anything you note checked out. And if your “gut” tells you something is wrong, do not let a doctor tell you it could be nothing because you are too young. There is no such thing. And may none of you ever have this diagnosis.
    K…the photo of your darling girl is priceless and yes…it is about saving the coming generatinons.
    ….this is me…getting off my soapbox now…

  3. Save the Boobies is right!! Great plug.

  4. Way to go pimping out a good cause on your blog! It’s wonderful the power of blogging and charity.

  5. Mmm….I was in a similar situation on Saturday. I went out with friends Friday night, and of course, drove home like an asshole. Then Saturday morning I woke up at 5:30 AM all manic because the alarm didn’t go off and why wasn’t everyone getting up to go to work/school, and then realized it was Saturday and my husband was out of town and I was in bed alone.

    I spent the day pretending I didn’t have a hangover so as not to set a bad example for the children, but I stuck my finger down my throat more than once, to no avail.

    That’ll learn me, right? Yeah. Sure.

  6. Duuuude! I hope you’re feeling better today.

    Awesome Breast Cancer post. It’s totally something that’s near and dear to my heart too.

  7. Save the Ta Ta’s indeed! My grandma past away from this nasty disease a few years ago…she thanks you too. 🙂

    Now, go drink a shot of Tequila. It always makes the sickness go away.

  8. I see how it is. Negative on the penises, but keep all the ta tas around that you can!!

    Go ta tas!

  9. Thanks buddy. XXOO See you soon. I know you’re feeling better since you commented to me earlier about {shhhhhhhh} wine!

  10. save chestal regions! sounds like you need to drink more if you threw up. get with the times!

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