SHANSHE
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I think I need a good laugh...

Friday, July 11, 2008


You know, one of those laughs that make tears run down your face, you almost pee your pants and your sides hurt and you are gasping for air and you still cannot stop? Yeah, that kind....

Hey everyone...

Well for three weeks I had PMS symtpoms and FINALLY started TOM this week, sometime during Monday night/Tuesday morning. Anyway, it has been horrible.... I am cramping, it is heavy, etc... and more than that, my mood is sucky.

I am sure the funeral I attended yesterday of the boy I spoke about in the last blog did not help matters and I have been stressed out lately anyway.

I just want to sleep... and have everybody leave me alone! I also WANT a HUGE bag of chocolate just for me, but I do not have it and am not going to the store for it, so I guess that is a good thing...

You know what sounds REALLY good, curling up on the couch with a good girl movie that will make you cry and laugh both and all kinds of not good for you snacks, popcorn, chocolate, ice-cream, chips & dip, etc... Oh yeah, with John and all the kids gone or in bed one.

Anyway, that's how it is today...
Shannon

Anybody got a good suggestion of a movie that fits the description above??? Maybe Steel Magnoilia's??? I haven't seen it in years and I remember laughing and crying during that movie, so maybe...
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  • SHANSHE
    Hey everybody thanks for supporting me here. I now have a long list of good movies, some I had forgotten about, like Hope floats, I remember that was an AWESOME movie and definitely a tear jerker!

    I felt better just venting, but since TOM has ended, I feel better....

    I just love you wonderful women who support me, thanks sooo much!

    Shannon
    4686 days ago
  • MRSWHITEWOLF
    Message in a Bottle....

    Also, doing good if you are not going to go get...LOL....I know your feeling with TOM...as I am jumping for joy that he came to visit, but I have to tell ya, the cramps and mood...I can relate.
    4686 days ago
  • KRZYKAT3
    best one I have seen lately is The bucket list!
    4686 days ago
  • LILSHINE
    I don't have a movie suggestion for you, but Steel Magnolias was on t.v. the other day. I'm not really into the girlie movies - I like the action pack or comedy. I surely hope you're feeling better soon.
    4687 days ago
  • KMEKATE
    Hello!! Try PS I Love You or The Notebook!!
    4687 days ago
  • MEJIASLADY
    HOPE FLOATS....HOPE FLOATS....i LOVE THAT MOVIE! You will laugh, you will cry...and you will swoon over Harry Connick Jr..the man is too sexy to be real! Hope you get out of your funk...and in the meantime...there is nothing wrong with wallowing in it once n awhile...we are only human! love you girl...ps watch that movie! Felicia
    4687 days ago
  • MCHELLE1971
    Fried Green Tomatoes is a good one. I hope you feel better soon. emoticon
    4690 days ago
  • MMWILLIAMS1984
    When I'm in this kind of mood, I always opt for Beaches. It's a classic in my world.
    4690 days ago
  • LIVE_TO_LOVE
    Ugh!!! So sorry! I don't miss THOSE days! Man...I wish we could watch a chick flick together...my guys are all going to a father/son campout tonite and it's just us girls! I can't think of any right now except the Love Comes Softly series or Sarah Plain and Tall series. Maybe you can find something good on Lifetime. I'm reading a really good Christian novel by Rene Gutteridge called Splitting Storm....I might just curl up with that! I'm looking forward to watermelon as my treat tonight...can't wait. I know how ya feel though...that chocolate just CALLS to you..mmHMM! OH! GREEN CARD is a good movie...have you ever seen it? Do you ever watch Bananas..it's Christian comedy. Tim Hawkins makes me wanna pee my pants....snort...heave...yeah it's kinda gross...maybe you DON'T really want to watch him!LOL!!!
    Hang in there!! I had to get my yearly checkup at the gyno today. Yeah..REAL fun for the "girls"...poked and pushed and squished...yow! Then for the "other" part she says, "Just relax." HA!! Then later on she says, "Beautiful!" I'm like ~ huh???? Butthen of course, how would I know?? LOL! Okay...there's WAY too much info for ya!
    I hope you have a nice relaxing night...dope up on Tylenol for cryin' out loud!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4690 days ago
  • BELIEVE208
    Ok, Shannon - here's a little secret: You CAN have that chocolate... just not the whole bag! I know, I know - but I guarentee if you wait until late in your day, maybe even after dinner, and have one good piece (DON'T LAUGH AT THAT!), if you REALLY savor it and decide ahead of time that that's what you're going to do - woman, there's nothing better. You can do it, Shannon. Just really eat it slow and enjoy every little whiff of it. You can do it! Get your piece, put the rest away (or give to your hubby to hide - works for me!).

    Let me know how it goes! Meanwhile, a good laugh.... hmmm... here goes: (I love the things kids say!)

    "Never trust a dog to watch your food."
    -Patrick, age 10

    "When your dad is mad and asks you, 'Do I look stupid?' Don't answer."
    -Hannah, age 9

    Never tell your Mom her diet's not working."
    -Michael, age 14

    "Stay away from prunes."
    -Randy, age 9

    "Don't pull Dad's finger when he tells you to."
    -Emily, age 10

    "When your Mom is mad at your dad, don't let her brush your hair."
    -Taylia, age 11

    "Never let your three-year old brother in the same room as your school assignment."
    -Traci, age 14

    "A puppy always has bad breath--even after eating a Tic-Tac."
    - Andrew, age 9

    "Never hold a dust buster and a cat at the same time."
    - Kyoyo, age 11

    "You can't hide a piece of broccoli in a glass of milk."
    -Amir, age 9

    "Don't wear polka-dot underwear under white shorts."
    -Kellie, age 11

    "If you want a kitten, start out by asking for a horse."
    -Naomi, age 15

    "Felt-tip markers are not good to use as lipstick."
    -Lauren, age 9

    "Don't pick on your sister when she's holding a baseball bat."
    -Joel, age 10

    "When you get a bad grade in school, show it to your Mom when she's on the phone."
    -Alyesha, age 13

    "Never try to baptize a cat."
    -Eileen, age 8



    4690 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3454207
    Sweetheart, it's too late to do this today - but tomorrow, if you're still feeling this way do this, prettyplease,

    Grab $6.00 [that's what it is here] from any source you can grab it and GO to the matinee of Sex and the City.

    You will laugh and you will cry - and I suggest going by yourself so you can nurture [without justification] ANY and all feelings that the movie evokes.

    It is truly a movie about relationships, caring and support, love and above all: forgiveness.

    Do this for yourself: you deserve it!

    jacalyn

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    OH - and forget the bag of chocolates - just sneak your water in your bag - that's exactly what i did and ooooooh yes.. it was just what I needed - and you know it's been a rough go here for me - so you understand what i'm saying here.
    4690 days ago
  • 250STRONG
    YUCK!!! Sounds like an AWFUL period. I just hate those. Hate them!!!

    Not sure on a good chick flick to recommend. I did recently rent 29 Dresses or whatever it's called and liked it. And I listened to "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" on audiobook and just sobbed. I think there's a movie, too, of that one.

    But if you need a laugh, check out this youtube video. It makes me LOL every time.

    http://www.youtube.com
    /watch?v=2g811Eo7K8U
    4691 days ago
  • BEAUTIFULLYMADE
    A good movie that comes to mind is, Divine secrets of the ya-ya sisterhood. It's funny and it has some crying moments too. I don't have it but I've been wanting to find it for a while now. Have you seen it? It's a Good movie. I pray you get to feeling better. If you need anything at all call me. Love ya, Sis.
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    4691 days ago
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