Sunday, December 26, 2010

Sunday Surgery: Boxing Day

Happy Boxing Day! Hope your holiday was Merry and Bright! I am thinking about the East Coasters of course, getting pounded with the snow. We are getting some as well, but we are used to it by now!




This week has GH's "Epic Bus Crash" coming...tune in the 29th for that CGI experience!! Did you see Steve singing on the bus? Well, that won't last long. Broken Bones, blood loss--bandages. Bedside angst as Dante prays his Mama lives long enough to make him another lasagna-- Maxie tells Lisa to stay away from a wounded Matt. I do know Mac Daddy's on some during this time too. 


Scoops are up on the WUBS NET!! PLEASE hit a google for me. It helps keep things going. You'll see we were right about Suzanne knowing Theo!! WOOT!! I think Guza read my tweets/blog and put that in there just because he loves me. Don't you!!?? 



5 comments:

sonya said...

Bedside angst as Dante prays his Mama lives long enough to make him another lasagna--
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ROFL! :)

I think Guza read my tweets/blog and put that in there just because he loves me. Don't you!!??
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Oh yes. Guza is in love with you ROFL!

Anonymous said...

I see Taylor there with Kristina and that's fine for right now, but I need to see Ethan make at least one appearance for her, too, maybe at the hospital, at least. They were still friends, last time I checked. I love their friendship and hope they have scenes coming up. Having it look like they don't know each other now doesn't make any sense. They could read phone books to each other on screen and I'd be thrilled. I need to see them on screen together again soon.

AntJoan said...

Well, I'm home today in Brooklyn, snowed in, worst snowstorm I ever remember, my clinic was closed, no work today (and no pay). Hope I can see GH, my one bright spot of the day. If they don't show it, I guess I can catch it online.

kdmask said...

I see all the snow!! WOW, we always have a lot, so we just keep going. Today was a big squall off the lake. I didn't see GH

AntJoan said...

Karen, I grew up in Buffalo, NY, and know something about snow, but, in NYC, they get a few inches and everyone gets hysterical. Part of the problem is that most people keep their cars on the streets, then they plow them in, and, even if you get your car out, there's nowhere to park it once you get to your destination.

I never remember school closing, EVER, in Buffalo, we always went out no matter what. But they have parking lots there, or other areas they can clear, so, as long as the streets are clear, you can park when you get to where you're going.

Brooklyn is still a mess, I don't think that I'm going to work again tomorrow, even if they open the clinic, most of my clients have cancelled. I think I'm starting to get cabin fever!!