I immediately began hyperventilating and asked the kids to begin preparations for CPR and my premature death by public humiliation. And then I paced, wondering if I could bear to see myself on video. In case you're new and don't know what I'm talking about, read my last post first for the scoop!
It helped that Gina said it looked GREAT. I mean, as one of my favorite grrrls, she has to say it was fine, or good, or even a 'great' sans CAPS. But her CAPS insertion gave me a wee bit of hope that if it wasn't fabulous, at least it wasn't *horrid*.
So, breathing into a paper bag, clutching my kids' arms to steady myself lest I pass out, and offering the occasional shriek, I watched it. And then I watched it again. And it's not horrid. It's not fabulous, but it's not horrid.
But you'll notice I get all discombobulated at the apple section.
And my kids are still laughing about what I said in the orange section. Brady is now marching around the house shouting, "If the oranges are not organic, I WILL NOT BUY THEM! And YOU SHOULDN'T EITHER!" Apparently, he thinks what I said is just a hoot and a half. The twerp.
So, if'n you're so inclined, go HERE to see what all the fuss is about.
Ok, now I have to go lie down. Seriously. I need more organic chocolate.
With a side of chest paddles.
P.S. Is my face really that big?
P.P.S. Is that really how my voice sounds?
P.P.P.S. Let's play "I Spy" - watch for my husband zipping by upstage!
P.P.P.P.S. Jonathan thinks the "I would agree with what Dennis said" part is just hilarious. He's now wandering the house muttering, "I would agree with what Dennis said" over and over. The little twerp.
P.P.P.P.P.S. Will someone come stroke my hair and whisper 'there there' in my ear?