Monday, November 8, 2010

This American App

I love some NPR
-and I wear glasses-
so automatically I love the new iphone app

it's the entire archives since 1995
*lucky me*

Cocktails for the Cure

*My new job is challenging*
and very different
from the bar tending I've done
for most of my professional experience 
~a bonus to my new job is that I get to put on events~
in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month
We held an amazing evening
*Cocktails for the Cure*
the whole staff
wore our signature pink shirts
(the guys were thrilled)
so a big pink
*Thank you*
to everyone who participated
and supported
(yay! to good causes too)

(B.T. in his Passionately Pink Tee)

(My pink dress)
I'm waiting for my pink hair!

*Thank You to the Ladies of*
they were putting in pink hair extensions 

*they are drinking a Ta-Ta-Tini*
each of the bartenders
came up with a pink drink
to raise money to donate to the 
the Ta-Ta-Tini was the hands down winner for the evening
but I loved them all!

(Kristen of Darlin'I and I)

We take as a personal threat,
 the lump in every friend's breast. 
 ~Martha Weinman Lear, Heartsounds



characterized by intense agitation, excitement, confused and rapidmovement, etc.: The week before the trip was hectic andexhausting.

1350–1400;  ME < LL hecticus  < Gk hektikós  habitual,consumptive, adj. corresponding to héxis  possession, state, habit,equiv. to *hech-,  base of échein  to have + -sis -sissee -tic r.ME etyk  < MF

hec·ti·cal·ly, hec·tic·ly, adverb
hec·tic·ness, noun
non·hec·tic, adjective
non·hec·ti·cal·ly, adverb
un·hec·tic, adjective
un·hec·ti·cal·ly, adverb

1.  frantic, frenzied, wild, chaotic.