Friday, February 6, 2009

Fabulous Friday

I love Friday. Seriously, after Saturday and Sunday it comes in a tight third. For my tens of readers out there, (and for all my blog buddies) I won't be around bloggerdom much this weekend. I will be working diligently on my blog post for Monday. It's going to fabulous, I'm sure and here's a little idea of what I have in store:






What the heck you say? Think outside the YouTube box, or... just wait until Monday.

Have a fabulous weekend for sure!

6 comments:

Helen said...

Are you really going to be able to tie those two videos together, or have Katdish and I just been a really bad influence on you? If the latter, I for one jump at the chance to take half the credit for your becoming an absolute bedlamite*!

Bedlam is the cokney name of Bethlehem hospital in England. That is where they used to send people who needed to be reaquainted with reality, hence the term bedlamite.

wv mamia: that particular bedlamite is said to suffer from mamia, since he keeps repeating "i want my mommi".

Steph at The Red Clay Diaries said...

Oooh oooh oooh!!!! Pick me, pick me!

*I* know what it's about. But I'd better not give a spoiler...

Can't wait to read Monday's post.

Hint: REALLY hoping I'm in it this time... ;)

sherri said...

Sounds very interesting...I'm on pins and needles (ouch!)

Annie K said...

Steph...you'll be dyin' by Monday to see the post. I guarantee it. (and I'll give you TOP billing.)

Helen, my dad went to UCLA to be a director and I inherited the creative gene. Somewhat. I'm thinkin' it's not quite what you think though. You will be pleasantly surprised!

Sherri, just what is a BINCH of cars? (please see your email).

Beth said...

Do we all get to be car commercials? I want to be the zoom zoom zoom one.

Or the da da da one.

But not the girl who is turned on by her Cadillac. That is just weird.

katdish said...

Oooo! Can I be the bandito guy? People always assume I'm hispanic anyway, plus -- cool hat!

Also, they just don't write lyrics like that anymore...

"Seven! Seven! Seven!"

(sigh...)