Of course there are things that it has in common with the other G-Spot...
Women and smart men go searching for the G-Spot - Bandsters; both women and men, search for the G-Spot.
The G-Spot is hard to find for some and right there; front and center for others - The G-Spot can be found in a few weeks or it may take a year or so.
The G-Spot can make you scream at the top of your lungs - the G-Spot can make you scream with joy.
The G-Spot can lift your body straight off the bed - The G-Spot can make you feel as though you are lighter than air.
The G-Spot will leave you good and satisfied for a long time - The G-Spot will leave you satisfied for a good long while.
The G-Spot will bring you happiness, peace, and joy - The G-Spot will make you happy you can only eat a small piece of an Almond Joy
A good experience involving the G-Spot can leave you limp like a noodle - The G-Spot will let you eat a limp noodle.
So, while at first I thought Sandy Lee just had a dirty mind, (which is obviously completely the case) I totally think she's on to something here. From now on, I'm totally calling it the G-Spot. I can't tell you how much I love that. (and it's good to know there are others out there - Sandy Lee - that have a dirty mind too)
Fit By 40 and Libby over at This One Time at Band Camp. I can't thank them both enough - how completely fun for me, but I must dedicate this award to Ricky, my MIL, without whom this wouldn't have been possible.
For the Award I'm to:
Thank the person who gave you the award, reveal seven things about yourself, and nominate 15 bloggers who you have recently discovered or love. Then leave a comment on their blog letting them know they've been nominated.
Seven things - this could go in a lot of different ways....
- I go out and buy all the things I need for a hobby before I ever get around to trying it out. I, therefore, am ready at a moments notice to make a basket, build a clock, make any kind of jewelry you could want, do some scrap-booking, decorate a multitude of mirrors, paint, decorate clothing, sew, make a mosaic… unfortunately I could go on and on.
- When I entertain, I have a disease where I have to have enough of every single thing I serve to satisfy the crowd if every person only wanted that one thing – consequently leftovers are a constant in our home. Luckily my husband has grown to accept this of me.
- I am a stricter parent than my mom was, but I think having given my boys room to "fly and be free" is one of my greatest accomplishments.
- I have been misunderstood my entire life, people have assigned motive and meaning to my actions that couldn't be further from the truth - I've learned I can't do anything about what people think. Along the same lines, lots of people are or have been afraid of me (their words not mine). It used to really bother me, now I mostly find it amusing.
- I am constantly amazed that I survived my youth relatively in tact and scared witless when I look at my friend's teenagers and think back to what I was doing at their ages - because they are WAY too young for drinking, smoking, getting high and sex. (this terror does not extend to my own kids (mostly) because I am in deep denial)
- I am totally stumped as to why gay marriage is a big deal in this country. Love just can't be bad. I believe Jesus died for my sins, but I believe God created us all. When we got married the first time it was by a Justice of the Peace and all we were doing was entering into a contract with the state and bada bing we were married. I get the idea that certain churches might not want to perform the ceremony (well I really don't get that either but I'm closer there) but why so many people in our country spend time and money and energy that it's wrong for two people who love each other to marry is and forever will be beyond me.
- Whenever anyone talks about the time space continuum or time travel (and it's usually my husband and/or older son) I get a little light headed and want to flee.
- Amber from Jewel in the Rough
- Dawnya at Evolution of a Black Butterfly
- Lisa at The rest of my Life
- Bones at Long Lost Bones
- I have to give it back to Fit by 40
- And also Libby over at This one Time at Band Camp
- Silverhaired Goddess from Lapband and Beyond
- Susan from Diary of a Lapband Mom
- Angie from This Banded Mommy's Journey (who I had the pleasure to meet recently)
- Rachel Thin Within-Life with my Lapband
- Stephanie and She's in there Somewhere
- Kellie from Something about Kellie
- Becky from Prudence Rising
- Liz from Tales from the Band
- Christina from Memoirs of a Daegu Fatty
- S over at This One Time at 'Band' Camp