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Saturday, August 30, 2014


Where to begin...

Some may have been wondering what has happened to the beloved Time Worthy Tuesdays. I am here to explain that life has come up with some crazy twists and turns in the life of the fabulous five female friends. In short Marriage, Australia, College Graduation, Graduate School, College in General, Numerous Jobs, and Work Wiping butts has taken over our TOTALLY Time Worthy Tuesdays in the past year.

Is this a close to a chapter in our lives? I would hope to say no but maybe it is. Maybe we won't have a regular Tuesday get together with Melissa and Joey, but I know that no matter where the roads of life take us we will always find our way back to each other. For instance though one of our members has been MIA (Missing In Australia) for the past many months and another has been MIM (Missing in Marriage) we found four of the fabulous five in Florida skyping over the blessed internet with one in Australia last month. Evidence of the fact that no matter where we go or what the world sends our way our friendship goes deeper than distance. Laughing about "guchies" quoting the Ringer or How to lose a Guy in 10 days, reminiscing about previous vacations, and talking in accents, we gathered around a computer and met together once again like nothing has changed. But oh so much has changed!

 Life has arrived and it isn't stopping to leave us time for TTWT but Life has blessed us with friendships that will never be lost.

I wish the world could understand the blessing we five have. No matter where I go, single and free, married with kids, helping the needy, traveling the world, I have four best friends that know me inside and out. They know how to make me laugh and they know how to make me cry. I have no masks when I am with them. I am free to be myself and I am most myself when acting ridiculously or crying in their arms with tubs of ice cream and wine. They bring out the best in me. So many times I catch myself looking to God saying "where are my friends?" or "why am I single" or living in this fear of losing a friends when I am away.


Then I am reminded of the four people in my life that will be there through the good and the bad for the rest of my life. That's no assumption that's a fact.

 How do I know? How do we know that? Because these girls have been there for everything. Starting with every birthday party, to ridiculous skits, weeks spent at Grandma's, breakups, crushes, family deaths, tragic losses, huge celebrations. They have never missed anything. Did they have to come? Yes. Did they have to be my best friends? No. And that is what keeps us together. That is what reassures me and reminds me that in Life as fast as it comes and as quick as it changes. I will never be alone not only because of the God that loves me but because of the four fabulous females he has placed permanently in my life to encourage, inspire, pick me up when I fall, and carry me when I'm too broken to carry myself.

They say two are better than one, a chord of three strands is not easily broken. We have nothing to fear girls. We have each other. Let the storms come, we've made it through them before with each other and we will make it through every tornado and hurricane that comes our way and we will celebrate the sunshiney days together as they come too.


So here's to never ending 
Totally Time Worthy Tuesdays.
They may not happen on Tuesday's but our friendships are Totally Time Worthy.

Where to begin... begin anywhere because with these girls from 
here to heaven our friendships will never end.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

In a Jam

Dear faithful readers -
We are in a bit of a jam.  As I'm sure you've noticed, we've been slacking quite a bit on our posts recently.  As much as we love sharing our enjoyment of television, and coupon cutting, and attractive men, it would seem that this blog might have run its course.  We're severly behind on our Melissa & Joey  and our Baby Daddy episodes; and recent circumstances make everyone being together a bit hard to come by.  We'll do our best to share whenever we do get together, but for now you might have to tide yourselves over by rereading old posts. 
Since we still have quite a few men to share, it seemed fitting to say Zapatos on the below notes:

Ryan Guzman

Gabriel Macht

Maximilian Paul Diarmuid "Max" Irons

Eddie Redmayne

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Way-Back Wednesday...on Thursday

Going back in the vault - I'm sure all of our long-time readers remember this post from way back in the day.  Some of our best work...  So we're a day late (and a dollar short), but we decided we'd give you a glimpse of some of the hottest bald men of all time (in honor of when Joe was bald) and because this slideshow inspired us...

First up we have LL Cool J

You certainly can't forget Kelly Slater...though we'll admit he certainly looks good with hair as well


No list would be complete without Vin Diesel
Taye Diggs has such a great smile

Boris Kodjoe is so good looking he should be a model...oh wait, he is :p

So, did we miss any special baldies?  Comment and let us know!

Oh, and just in case any one of our male readers are contemplating going the way of the hairless, this article says that society finds men with shaved heads to be more "manly"..... 

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Independence Day 2013

A great 4th of July message courtesty of Operation First Response

AMERICA – 4th of July

What does the Fourth of July mean to you?
Parades? Fireworks? A day off from School or Work?
Here is some information on the true meaning of the birthday of our country.
On July 4th, 1776, John Hancock, who was president of the Continental Congress and Charles Thomsom, who was the Secretary,
signed the Declaration of Independence, a document that stated we were no longer willing to be ruled by the British.

“The Price They Paid”

Have you ever wondered what happened to those who signed the Declaration of Independence?
Five signers were captured by the British as traitors, and tortured before they died.
Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned.
Two lost their sons in the Revolutionary Army, another had two sons captured.
Nine of the 56 fought and died from their wounds or the hardships of the Revolutionary War.

What kind of men were they?

Twenty-four were lawyers and jurists.
Eleven were merchants, nine were farmers and large plantation owners, men of means, well educated.
But they signed the Declaration of Independence knowing full well that the penalty would be death if they were captured.
They signed and they pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor.

Carter Braxton of Virginia, a wealthy planter and trader, saw his ships swept from the seas by the British navy.
He sold his home and properties to pay his debts, and died in rags.

Thomas McKeam was so hounded by the British that he was forced to move his family almost constantly.
He served in Congress without pay, and his family was kept in hiding.
His possessions were taken from him, and poverty was his reward.

Vandals looted the properties of Ellery, Clymer, Hall, Walten,
Gwinnett, Heyward, Rutledge, and Middleton.

At the Battle of Yorktown, Thomas Nelson, Jr. noted that the British General Cornwallis, had taken over the Nelson home for his headquarters. The owner quietly urged General George Washington to open fire, which was done. The home was destroyed, and Nelson died bankrupt.

Francis Lewis had his home and his properties destroyed.
The enemy jailed his wife, and she died within a few months.

John Hart was driven from his wife’s bedside as she was dying.
Their 13 children fled for their lives.
His fields and his grist mill were laid to waste. For more than a year he lived in forests and caves, returning home after the war to find his wife dead, his children vanished.
A few weeks later he died from exhaustion and a broken heart.

Norris and Livingston suffered similar fates.

Such were the stories and sacrifices of the American Revolution.

These were not wild eyed, rabble-rousing ruffians.
They were soft spoken men of means and education.
They had security, but valued liberty more.
Standing tall, straight, and unwavering, they pledged:

“For the support of this Declaration, with firm reliance on the protection of the Divine
Providence, we mutually pledge to each other, our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred

The character of those great Americans so long ago is the same character displayed
by the men and women of the United States Armed Forces
that continue the fight of Freedom and Independence for this great nation.
A huge THANK YOU to all our service men and women from the crazy chicas at TTWT

Tuesday, July 2, 2013


We actually had several guests tonight, but only one stayed the whole time - GRANDMA!  Gotta love her, she took out her hearing aids, so I'm not sure how much she even heard :)  We were ALL in attendance, so that was a nice change.  We tried our hand at some hair dyeing (since we didn't have any coupons to clip), but it didn't really work.  No really, it didn't dye the hair at all.  Oh well, no harm done.  Anyway, here are some quick "shots" of the episodes we watched last night. 
Joe says the darndest things :)
We were especially fond of the scene where Ryder is arguing with the neighbor girl and asked her out while shouting.  Too funny.
We started watching some Baby Daddy episodes last week, but realized we weren't watching them in order.  So this week, we started with the first one and now the ones we watched last week are making a bit more sense :)  Funny how that works...
A great opening line for the opening scene....
Danny's just making sure Tucker is up for this double-date thing...
We made this one ourselves :)
This baby is just beyond adorable!  Crazy Barbara-Jean, I mean Bonnie

Such a great line from Tucker:

And last, but not least, the saddest scene in the episode:
"So, you don't need me?" - Danny
Sorry, all these pictures are our "excuse" for a post :)  Zapatos and

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

At Last...

Hard to believe, but we've finally had a real TTWT.  One could argue that the bachelorette party was a TTWT, but I'm not entirely sure it qualifies.  Sadly, one of our long-standing, ever-present members was unable to make it tonight.  She was greatly missed...  We might have been able to cut all those coupons a lot quicker with another pair of hands...  Anyway - so what did we think of all those Melissa & Joey episodes?  We loved them :)

They're always so witty... We definitely did not get caught up yet, but we're much closer.  One of our favorite lines was when Mel & Joe found out that Rider had been caught smoking pot and Joe held up a pot and said "They better mean this kind of pot!"  It was totally something our father's would have said - they have the same sense of humour.  Oh and the scene where you find out that the actor opposite Lennox is gay?  Did not see that coming and we were not fans...awkward.  Anyone have any favorite lines?  Leave them in the comments!!  We would have written down our favorites to share with you, but we were all busily cutting coupons....

Here's some cool photo's from the Melissa & Joey  facebook page:

We also watched a few Baby Daddy  episodes before the old married lady arrived.  Somehow we didn't start with the season premiere though, so things were a bit out of order, but whatever.  They were quite commical so it was fine (in a cheesy, but you-laugh-anyway kind of way). 

Gotta love these two (now if that shrink would just get out of the picture!!!)...

That's all for now - ZAPATOS!

Tyler Posey

Tuesday, June 18, 2013


We're so sorry, but lately blogging has just not been a priority.  We will hopefully soon be together and able to catch up on Melissa & Joey, but until then we do apologize.  Does this console your broken heart?

We are so looking forward to being together and enjoying all the witty remarks and snappy comebacks on our show...until then - ZAPATOS!