For the Teabag in All of Us

Not that kind of teabag. Don't be gross.

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If I go about this properly, the blog will (eventually) explain enough about me, so let me just explain the blog, or at least the title of it, here:

"A woman is like a teabag. You never know how strong she is until you put her in hot water."
--Eleanor Roosevelt

Tuesday, October 24, 2006


from romantic weekend getaway

will post/comment soon

I promise!


Blogger terry said...


10/24/2006 09:47:00 PM  
Blogger buddha_girl said...


C'monnn don't keep the masses waiting!

10/25/2006 07:30:00 PM  
Blogger Natalia said...

lol why do people use that phrase? I mean, if you are in love, any weekday or weekend should be romanic in some way... semantics... whatever...I just always thought that was a cheesy phrase lol but I hope cheese aside y'all had a blast.



10/26/2006 12:09:00 AM  
Blogger JMai said...

Terry -- I'm sorry! I just didn't have time to post or comment but didn't want you guys to think I was dead in an alley somewhere -s-

BG -- Lol @ "the masses"

Butt -- Romance and love are not the same thing. And since we go away all the time, usually to Orlando to visit family, it's not really a "romantic" getaway ... but this little surprise weekend down to a cute little oceanfront cottage in the keys... yeah, definitely romantic getaway. Cheesy as it may be...

10/28/2006 06:23:00 PM  
Blogger Natalia said...

I just have a problem with the phrase. I kinda hate it. But it doesn't sop people from using it...anymore than any other cliche :) But see that's also what I me romance is making the little moments count. I was reading this book that had something on this topic like... when you need to start labeling moments "romantic" is when you lost the romance that can happen on every day moments. Bleah...maybe I read too much :)


10/28/2006 06:31:00 PM  
Blogger JMai said...

Stop being a Debbie Downer. I had a great weekend. It was romantic. Pish tosh on your book... there is no NEED to label it romantic. It just was.

And since you hate it so much, I will refrain from using that phrase in the future. Goodness!

10/28/2006 06:42:00 PM  
Blogger Natalia said...

Now I love pish tosh; that's a good phrase. Now Debbie Downer...I don't like that term. And, dude, downer is the last thing I am. Realist, yes. But is there a name for that? Rita Realist?

And no you don't need to refrain from using it. I just can't help pointint it out. It's professional leakage. I did the same to Peter last night, when he was reading me the short story he wrote. He used a cliche of some sort, which caused me to contort, even though the rest of the story is quite brilliantly done.

But the important thing is you had fun and felt the romance. Cliche aside. And hopefull you will actually blog about the weekend and have pictures.


10/28/2006 06:54:00 PM  
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12/11/2006 10:29:00 PM  

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