Saturday, October 8, 2011

HAPPY CANADIAN THANKSGIVING!


Especially to Jon at DeepBlue.

A DOGABLY PAWFECT SATURDAY: CUTE & CUDDLY













Be sure to visit ADPS bloggers Ray @ Rays Cowboys,  Rick from It's a Ruff Ruff World, Peter at Tippin' the Scales, David at Alokoli, Jon at DeepBlue and join in all the doggy fun. Links on the right.


VIA: vj brendan

CHILDHOOD CRUSHES: BOBBY SHERMAN


I only remember three things about Bobby Sherman:

  • that I had a crush on this good looking guy with the big smile
  • that I saw him on an episode or two of the Partridge Family
  • that he was always on the cover of those teen magazines
  • OH! and that hair!!!
He now earns a living a cop and still looks great.





Thursday, October 6, 2011

AMERICAN HORROR STORY

Airs Wed nights on FX @ 10pm
with several repeats throughout the week. 
Read below to get the details about the show and it's first episode but now I'm going to tell you all you need to know: Dylan McDermott standing naked in front of a widow, jerking off (with his left hand) giving us full view of his very high quality ass! I my camera were working I would have included a pic but expect pics to pop up all over the web this week. Oh, and the show was almost as good as his ass.


American Horror Story revolves around the Harmons, a family of three who moved from Boston to Los Angeles as a means to reconcile past anguish. The all-star cast features Dylan McDermott as “Ben Harmon,” a psychiatrist; Connie Britton as “Vivien Harmon,” Ben’s wife; Taissa Farmiga as “Violet,” the Harmon’s teenage daughter; Jessica Lange in her first-ever regular series TV role as “Constance,” the Harmon’s neighbor; Evan Peters plays “Tate Langdon,” one of Ben’s patients; and Denis O’Hare as “Larry Harvey.” Guest stars for the series include Frances Conroy as the Harmon’s housekeeper; Alexandra Breckenridge as the Harmon’s housekeeper; and Jamie Brewer as Constance’s daughter.

The pilot episode of American Horror Story, shot in Los Angeles, was written by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, and it was directed by Murphy. In addition to Murphy and Falchuk, Dante Di Loreto will also serve as Executive Producer of the series.  American Horror Story is produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television.


Pics via My New Plaid Pants


Wednesday, October 5, 2011

MUG SHOT THURSDAY

#1

#2
Former MLB Pitcher
Can you imagine him at 25? Woof!

#3
I think the cuts and bruises add a certain sexiness.

#4
He'll gonna have my kind of fun.

#5
I'm going to hurt you but you'll like it.

#6
A dab will do ya.

#7
I luv me some geeks.

#8

#9
Arrested for illegal time travel.

#10
This week's glam shot.

#11
Ummm...you missed a spot.

#12
Do you want me in my football uniform?

#13
I think it should read FUCK ME because that's exactly what's going to happen. A LOT!

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

COMIC RELIEF: FOR BRIAN


Visit Brian: AKA Propero at Caliban's Revenge.

CHRIS MARCH: MAD FASHION



Chris March is best known for his larger-than-life designs first prominently showcased in "Beach Blanket Babylon," the world's longest running musical revue. But it was his fan-favorite turn on the fourth season of "Project Runway" that truly made him a star. Since then, March has been busy creating looks for Broadway shows and Cirque du Soleil and some of the most famous people in the world -- including Madonna, Beyonce, and Meryl Streep -- have worn his looks.

Now March is heading back in the spotlight with his new Bravo reality series, "Mad Fashion," which follows him and his team as they create one-of-a-kind looks for his celebrity friends and fans. The Huffington Post caught up with March to find out why he's returning to television, what he learned from his "Project Runway" stints, collaborating with Lady Gaga, and more.

Mad Fashion premiers tonight on Lifetime TV at 10pm est.







Monday, October 3, 2011

HEALTH UPDATE


I feel good and have been able to resume my normal activities, just don't ask me to do any running yet. I'm at about 90% and may not improve past that (my opinion not my doctors who I see in about two weeks). My biggest problem, comfort wise, was fluid retention. I know I have bigger problems but they aren't causing me any pain or discomfort.


One type of fluid retention was in my abdomen, it made me look and feel about 8 months pregnant and I do mean pregnant. I needed it removed 3x by a simple 20 minute procedure and each time it was over 10 pounds. The other was water in my legs and feet, I could barely walk and I looked like the humans from Wall-E. I entered the hospital at 185 and was 215 when I got home. For the first week and a half all I could do was keep my legs elevated. If I did anything, I paid for it with my swelling and worst of all I appeared in public in sweats and slippers. The meds finally kicked in and now I'm at 155! Thats a bit too much weight to loose and have put a call into my doc.  

The best news of all is that I finally got the last electrode sticky off my hairy chest! That one was a real bitch. I think I've also seen the last of the tape glue but it keeps coming back. The bruises on my arms from the shots and IV's have cleared up, they were almost completely purple from wrist to shoulder. They almost ran out of veins to use - I felt like Shelby in Truvy's when she tells her that her veins are caput.



My follow-up visits start next week and now that I've lost most of the fluid (the stuff in my abdomen is not water) and my organ swelling has gone done, we should be able to a better idea for my long-term prognosis. 


I'll keep you posted and again thanks for all the positive energy!

Sunday, October 2, 2011

A DOGABLY AWFUL SATURDAY


Saturday seemed like it was going to be a good day. It got off to a good start but after I did JP's post everything went to hell - thus no ADPS post. I wasn't so much that any one thing was so bad, it was just one after the other, most shouldn't have happened and were extremely annoying. 

A pawfect end to the day was Tramp getting out and running to something (I don't say runaway bc I really think he's running to something). This happened around 8pm and of course it was dark and we didn't know exactly how long he was gone before I noticed.

Talk about good karma (great karma wood have been for him not to have run off), despite the horrible day I was having I was putting shopping carts (not just mine) back to where they belonged, gave someone my recipe for Greek Salad which I'm making today to give to my mom's doctors tomorrow and coupons to  a few people that I wasn't going to use and saw they had the product.

The good karma came at the start of my search. Some teenagers were walking down the block and I asked them if they had seen a little dog, but they hadn't. However, about 15 minutes later they had not only found him but were bringing him to my house. He seemed to like being carried by a pretty, young girl (the others were boys). I offered to reward them but they said no?! I gave them a $20 anyway (all that I had) and told them to grab a pizza and expressed my eternal gratitude again. I wasn't sure I'd see him again.

My little devil.
I named him Tramp after Lady and the Tramp specifically for his wandering desires.

A DOGABLY PAWFECT SATURDAY: ON SUNDAY

Just like in real like our doggies are there for us in good time and bad and every occasion - like weddings, birthdays, graduations, you name it and they have a greeting card for it. Here are few:









Be sure to visit ADPS bloggers Ray @ Rays Cowboys,  Rick from It's a Ruff Ruff World,  to Peter at Tippin' the Scales, to David at Alokoli and to Jon at DeepBlue, and join in all the doggy fun.
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