Archive for the ‘December’ Category

Holi-doo-dah-days   Leave a comment

We bought our holiday cards about a month ago–three different varieties. I sat down to write them out and every one of them says Merry Christmas in it. Now what the hell am I supposed to do?

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Posted December 21, 2007 by julieklam in December

Well, it’s not porn   Leave a comment

Paul has the ebay bug. Everynight when I go to sleep he jumps on the computer to wildly bid for stupid things. Every afternoon I come home with Violet and the doorman gives us a big box from Wisconsin or Michigan or Pennsylvania and Violet wonders if it’s a present for her. I don’t know how much longer I can keep this from her. Yesterday her dad became the proud owner of a mask carved from a coconut — it is a man’s face with a fish on his nose. Pray for us.

Posted December 14, 2007 by julieklam in December

Welcome   Leave a comment

Since my site has launched my blog has been getting much more popular  so I want to welcome all the new readers. Seems the other day we went from our all time high 11 views to 12 views. This is very exciting to me but I don’t want you regulars to think I’m going to go all Hollywood on your ass.  In fact, I am writing this entry in my stinky gym clothes, you can’t get any more earthy than that!

Posted December 13, 2007 by julieklam in December

MY WEBSITE IS UP!   Leave a comment

Please enjoy www.julieklam.com [spectacularly designed by the AMAZING Wendy Hammond from Fancy Pants Studio ** www.fancypantsstudio.com ]

Posted December 9, 2007 by julieklam in December

No Talking About Carrie Fisher Day   Leave a comment

There has been a lot of talk about Carrie Fisher in our house this past week. Too much for some people, well one person.

Yesterday Violet said no one was allowed to say “Carrie Fisher” so we didn’t say it. Then she asked me what my t-shirt said (she spelled the letters S-T-A-R-W-A-R-S and I said, “Star Wars” so she asked what that was and Paul said “It’s a movie mommy loves!” and she said “Is Carrie Fisher in it?” And I said “yes!” and she said “I said we’re not talking about her today.”

Barbara said I should’ve known better than to wear a Star Wars t-shirt on “No Talking About Carrie Fisher” day.

Posted December 2, 2007 by julieklam in December