Rome is Over!

I’ve decided that I get way too emotionally attached to tv shows. Lucas gets me hooked on these series, and then they end, and it’s devestating for me. First it was The Office (the British original) and now Rome. Last night was the season finale, and I’ve been informed that there will be no further seasons. It’s so depressing! There was so much unfinished business and so much more story to tell… ugh. I think Lucas gets a kick out of how seriously I get into these shows.
Easter is almost upon us, and I can’t believe it’s the first weekend in April. April is next week! I hurridly went out and mailed our handmade Easter …

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Super Bowl Woes

If I could meet Rex Grossman in person, I’d punch him out.
Those of you that know me know I’m a Chicago Bears fan. Chances are you most likely also know how much I despise the Indianapolis Colts. Even though I lived the first 26 years of my life in Indianapolis, I’m not one of those bandwagon fans that’ll jump on board and cheer for the home team just because they’re winning. I bleed blue and orange even when the Bears aren’t doing well, which is more than I can say for a lot of Colts “fans” that I know. Considering the match up for yesterday’s Super Bowl 41, you can understand …

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Healthwii Gaming

Nintendo’s conscious efforts to combine and promote fun and fitness for all ages is truly impressive. “Fun” is one of those boring, overused words, but I can’t help that I find the word synonymous with Nintendo and its games. If you looked up “fun” in my thesaurus, you’d find Nintendo listed first. Nintendo is trying to show us that fitness can be fun, and with their Wii console, suddenly it’s not so hard to imagine.
I am not the only one who is buzzing about the fitness possibilities that the Wii provides. refers to the Wii as “the unconscious diet” and has an article about “Wiixercises” and refers to the British …

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