1.) In the comments Sarah alluded to an incident we had last week. She was washing my hair before cutting it and as she was rinsing the conditioner out the sprayer slipped out of her hands and started thrashing about, squirting water EVERYWHERE. We were in fits of hysterics. I was reclined in the chair with my sopping wet head in the sink and Sarah was wildly trying to catch the sprayer and we were both laughing like loons. I love moments like that, when things happen that usually only happen in cartoons. Once we composed ourselves she kept apologizing - but I think we can all agree that it's better to have a funny story to share than to have nothing happen at all.
2.) My Kramerica Industries job has taken me to the land of insurance companies. And I'm here to give you a warning: Don't get cancer. Don't have a heart attack. Don't even get a hang nail. Just don't get sick because that may put you into the unenviable position of having to call an insurance company and Woe To Those Who Do! You will be stuck in a never ending automated system. You won't be able to speak to a human, ever. Not even when you are actually speaking to what you think is a human. It's not human! It's a robot who is programed to tell you, "That has been denied," or "We didn't receive that paperwork." After four hours of this I wanted to put my head under the desk and cry. And I wasn't even sick.
3.) Also in recent comments Heather came up with a Brilliant Idea. When Tyra Banks' fantasy novel comes out I'm going to host a reading! You're all invited. We will all take turns reading passages and smiling with our eyes. And then we'll eliminate someone. Oh, it will be dramatic.