Helllllooooo. It’s been a while. Did you miss me?
For those of you keeping score at home, I was away from my computer from Saturday to Saturday enjoying sun, sand, and some terrible food (Diabetically speaking). I know you are likely going to call BS on me since my BlackBerry was still with me, but check twitter if you doubt that I was off the grid. I was a ghost. But, I’m back. I know you’re excited to hear all about my exhausting days of sleeping on the beach for hours on end only to wake up and eat some pizza. Unfortunately that recap is still in the crock pot so you’ll have to settle for a quick tangent for the day.
So while this post has nothing to do with my vacation, I did upload pictures from my camera to my flickr account. There is no context for the pictures, but where’s the fun in that?
Oh, there are a few pictures of me impersonating Daniel Craig from Casino Royale. Ladies, you might want to bring a bib. 😉
Back on topic, or at least back to the explanation behind my stellar math skills as indicated in this post’s title. 20170 is my home zip code for you stalkers out there…yes you. Within this lovely zip code is the town of Herndon. In the grand scheme of things, Herndon is not a big deal. They shot parts of the opening scenes of the movie Contact here, AOL’s campus is just down the street, Dulles Airport is around the corner, there are 3 noteworthy malls within a half hour (depending on traffic). Honestly, it doesn’t suck living here.
I came across this posting on CNN.com after hearing about this list from my Mom on the ride home from Delaware this weekend. Citing the “Best Places for the Rich and Single”, CNN.com gives you a list of the top 25 spots to find a quote “sugar-daddy”. If only this were a blog about Diabetes…I would have a field day with that one. Wait a second………
Suck it Brenda!
I’m not sure what this says about me, I’m not sure if this says anything about me. But I am single, I’d love to be rich, and according to CNN.com I’m a prime location. Horray?
As I said before, I’m working on my beach recap. Hopefully I’ll have it ready to go for Tuesday (August 4). If not, I’ll just look around for a shiny object that catches my attention and wax eloquently about it’s physical properties. Why not.