Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Halloweenie and Giveaway winner!

First off Happy Halloween friends!!!
Our Halloween Party was a success, other than one small guest having numerous accidents on my hickory floors. Small distraction but dealt with.
Here are some pics from the party, all the way from prepping to some of my
favorite costumes.
booze station

This is the altered Jacksmith punch. Instead of using Jack Daniels, I used apple vodka. Mucho better.

self explanatory

1st,2nd,3rd prize for best costume

that's just half of the counter space that had food on it!

I also made a crock pot macaroni and cheese for the first time. OMG. Click here. I tweaked it some. I added salt, pepper and mustard powder. I also added cheddar cheese at the end! Do Not over cook this. You will get a rubber globby mess.

 And the costumes....
Gangnam Style

me and my pregnant hubs.

The hubs won first place. Even more exciting for me considering there were 3 bottles of Gnarly Head wine in the basket! Woot.

Speaking of wine, my giveaway ended last night and we have a winner.
Abbie over at Life According To Abbie has won the Wine-HO giveaway!!!

Don't be jealous betches

I have another great winey giveaway happening soon. And

Happy Birthday to my little guy Puppa, he turned 13 yesterday!!!
Happy hump day!!!

Friday, October 26, 2012

Frig it! Giveaway Time!

So I figured out Rafflecopter. Not so bad. I have 49 followers on GFC and I'm just soooo
excited about my giveaway that I'm hosting it. NOW.
These bad boys will be in a new home soon! I was going to host this give this away when the number hit 50 but I can't wait!! I purchased these guys over at This place
is full of unique wine shit.


a Rafflecopter giveaway


 Happy Friday peeps! This was the longest.week.ever. One of my coworkers left our office with no notice and left us high and dry. Unfortunately we all knew that it was coming due the changes in her work ethic, but we just were hoping for at least 2 weeks notice. Crazy busy. 
Saturday is our annual Halloween party. Super excited for this, and I swear I will be posting decoration pics soon!!!
In other ridiculously excited news, I was asked to do 2 guest posts this week and I received a Liebster Award!!!

Laura Beth over at Table For One, has nominated me. What a nice gal ;) This is another questionnaire type thingy which is for bloggers with under 200 followers. I think she might have heard about the awesome giveaway and is helping a girl out ....
pic via gifted grape

 So lets see if this posts gets me my 50th follower and these babies will enter a rafflecopter and then leave my kitchen counter !


1. Each blogger should post 11 random facts about themselves.
2. Answer the questions the tagger has set for you, and then create 11 new questions for the bloggers you pass the award to.
3. Choose 11 bloggers (with less than 200 followers) to pass the award to and link them in your post.
4. Go to their page and tell them about the award.
5. No tag backs!

11 Random facts.........sure

1) I'm on time for everything, I'm usually always early. Tardiness irks me.
2) My husband was my booty call for 6 years.
3) I do not care for ice cream at all. I know, weirdo.
4) I only drink red wine in the winter and the white in the summer.
5) I've tried "to-do" lists numerous times but I get overwhelmed
with having a list and just do it all at that moment.
6) I have an healthy obsession with shoes. I have purchased 8 pairs with in the last
3 weeks. I'm surprised that I'm not divorced.
7) I still wear my retainers to bed
8) Fall is my favorite season, partially because my bday is in October
9) I HATE folding laundry. I dress out of the dryer. I generally just turn the dryer on for 10 minutes when ever I am going to wear something out of it, and de-wrinkle my clothes.
10) My electric bill is insane *see above
 11) I  had a nose job 10 years ago, and It was totally worth it.
Questions from Laura Beth
1) Are you a cat or a dog person? Or neither and prefer a snake/something random as a pet? NO! Just dogs!!!

2) If you were stuck with wearing one color for the rest of your life what would it be? Black, I have a ton of black in my wardrobe, it's so universal

3) What is your favorite accessory? My new anniversary Earrings from the hubs. OMGEEE. David Yurmans.

4) How did you come up with the name of your blog? Well, I love DIY and I'm a dental Hygienist. 

5) Tomorrow you win the lottery....would you tell people? Or keep it a secret and begin many random acts of kindness? Nope I'd tell and share. I'd be donating some to charity and I would make sure my family and friends wouldn't struggle ever again ;)

6) If you could give your 16 year old self any advice what would it be? Don't quit dance, it was so easy to eat and stay thin.

7) Got any weird family traditions? And by that I mean singing odd songs, weird food, etc etc?  No but we do open presents on Christmas eve. 

8) Worst beauty product you have ever used?  I have a love hate relationship with Retinol. I love it but sometimes my face gets super dry and peels off. A week later it looks great lol.

9) Do you online shop? If so what is the best website you've found? I love Etsy and Victoria's Secret. Uncommon Goods is a great site for unique gifts.
 10) How do you keep your closet organized? Or is it a hot mess? I go through spurts. Sometimes it's clean and fancy and other times it looks like a tornado went through it.

11) What's the #1 thing on your Christmas wish list this year? Ugh I haven't even thought about that!!!

Here are my questions for the next 4 Bloggers that I have nominated for the AWARD

1. Where did you grow up? 

2. Do you have an article of clothing that you cannot get rid of no matter how worn it is?

3. Have a bucket list? What's the number on thing on it?

4. Beauty product you cannot live without?

5. What is your favorite season of the year, and why?

6. Why do you blog?

7. If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why?

8. Favorite song? You know, the one you sing at the top of your lungs when no one is around. 

9. What was your first job?

10. What is your favorite thing to do in your spare time?

11. What is your favorite holiday, and why?

And the nominees are...
Amanda at The B's.
And Erin at Shesabigstar

Happy Friday!!!!

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Another guest post!! whaaaaaaat!?

Yes, I got asked to do not one but 2 guest posts this week. And I Likey. Today I'm guest posting over at A Beautiful Mess
Amanda runs the show over there and is allowing me to steal a minute away from her blog!
Amanda is a military wife like myself, and she has gorgeeeouss pictures of her wedding
that she shares on her blog. She's a fellow wine lover too! Please go check out my delicious post and 
her beautiful self!!!

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

My first guest post! as a Guest

Brie has allowed me to take over her page for the day! So, I'm guest posting over at Simple Single Girl Life today!!! I've decided that once I hit 50 followers I will be doing a giveaway. And it
is a good one!! Details to come. Happy Tuesday!!!!

Monday, October 22, 2012

Weekend recap!

I'm finally doing a weekend re-cap link up! This girl is getting fancy. I'm linking up with Sami's Shenanigans and her peeps. Feel free to join and check out her blog. She seriously has a great sense of fashion and more leopard print stuff than any girl could dream of having.

Hubs and I had date night. We joined my sister and her hubs for dinner at a great seafood restaurant down the cape.

I got these wedges at TJ Maxx and they are ridiculously comfortable and cute!!!

I fell in love with these on someone's instagram and just had to have em

They are Derng Chain bracelets $17. They have a ton of different options and colors and it is a must have for fall and winter. I love chunky stuff.
After dinner we met up with two of our other friends for cocktails. Possibly too many cocktails.
Once the Stevie B station is on the Pandora and blaring through out the sexy car, you know it's been a good night.
 Once we got home, I did some Halloween costume make up for Josh. I have begged him for permission to share the photos. He has forbid me.

Saturday my sister and I decorated for Halloween. We have an annual costume party every year.
This is just a quarter of the stuff that we have.
Over the next week, I will be posting the finished product with pics through out the house. I'm also making this delicious shit for the party.

The Jacksmith

Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey, Apple Pie Liqueur, Fresh Apple Cider and a 
splash of Cranberry juice.

Sunday was one of my best friends birthdays. How lucky is she to have the Patriots play on her birthday, and win?! I think she got pretty lucky with her gifts too!
 Franco Sarto booties that she just loved at TJ MaXX but couldn't bring her self to buy. Surprise, I did :) This girl has some serious self control. I'm such a binge shopper.
 Crunk cup for her to drink out of all day at the bar
This shirt is from Kelly over at Keeping up with Kelly & co. She has the cutest Etsy store called Cedar Street Creatives. Her stuff is amazeballs. She makes the cutest coffee cup huggers too!!! I bought this shirt for myself and I have received a gazillion compliments on it and numerous ones from by bff, so I knew that I had to get her this!!! 

After a few games of BIG BUCK HUNTER in HD and watching half of the Patriots game we headed home. With the radio on in the car of course! 

I'm so pissed at myself for falling asleep on Revenge last night. What the hell?

Happy Week Bliends :) 

Thursday, October 18, 2012

I've been Nominated

As you all know this blogging ish is new to me. However, in this short time, I have met a few great gals via blogging that I am entertaining relationships with on twitter and I read their blogs daily.
One of them is........
Kim over at K.O. Jewelry  She has nominated me to complete a questionnaire.  This questionnaire is appointed to bloggers whom have under 200 followers. I am one of those and I assure you that when I hit 100 followers, I have a fabulous giveaway for all my Wine-hos that will make you want to follow
me :)
In turn of me completing these questions, my goals are to be noticed by other bloggers, to be read by other bloggers and to ultimately be followed by other bloggers ;)
Kim makes jewelery, hence the name. Her stuff ranges from dressy to business and everyday casual. On Fridays she has discounts via Twitter. I'm not sure if I'm supposed to share that but check out her Etsy Shop. She also does custom pieces upon request! And the question(s) is/are?

 1) What would you do if you just had one day left to live?  
Keep it a secret. I'd also prefer not to know. I have anxiety.

      2)  Do you like to have a plan or just play it by ear? 
I would love to say plans. but I can't. I'm the most indecisive, last minute, change your minder ever! It's actually pretty annoying. I like to have a round about idea and then just fly with it. It's like dating, committed but not really. 

       3) Sweet, salty, savory, or sour? 
SALT. I love salty stuff. Not sweet and salty, not salty savory. just salt. I went on a macrobiotic diet about 8 years ago and withered away into a cornstalk. I had cut all salt out of my diet. Once I started adding it back in, I became super sensitive to the stuff. I swear my nose gets puffy, my wrists get swollen, I retain a shit load of water........but. it. is. so. good.
4)What's your favorite holiday?
 I would say my birthday. That might sound selfish but it's totally true. It's also not a holiday but it was to my mother and father ;)  I love that when on your birthday, you feel special. Even if people don't know it's your bday, you still feel like a big deal. It's my birthday bitches! PLUS I love prizes.
5)Best happy music?
I have two picks. One of my favorite types of music to wind down to and take a bath with is Big band. For some reason that music just strikes a chord with me. I love to cook with it too. 
On the other hand, Ice Cube "You can't do it put your back in to it", also makes me very happy.

        6)How would you define your style?
Ever changing. I have no reservations with what I choose to wear. If I like it I wear it. If you have it and I like it, I'll wear it. If nobody's wearing it, and I like it, I'll still wear it. I like heels and sexy stuff on the weekend nights, maybe even show some boob salad. And yoga pants and a waffle thermal on the weekend days.
 7)If you only could eat one food for a month, what would it be?
If this sentence ended in "and would not get fat" It would be Kraft macaroni and cheese
because it doesn't, I will say sushi.

        8)Books or movies?
Books. They hold your mind to it's own imagination and nothing can beat that.
9)You're going on a 7 hour drive. What do you do?
Worst road trip passenger ever. I either sleep or sing. Which at some points you will wish me to sleep. I have a man voice.
10)What was your favorite grade in school and why?
I would probably say 4th. I loved my 4th grade teacher. She always had us bringing home some class room critter. And she loved show and tell. She had this reward system using Paddington dollars and I thought Paddington bear was great. If you got enough Paddington dollars you could pick a prize.
Her husband was 6'4". She has us measure him with paper clips and on Fridays we would watch "Voyage of the MIMI".

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

One Word...... Deployment

I have contemplated on writing this blog for a while. I normally like to blog because it makes me happy, makes me laugh and so far it's been a positive experience. What I will be blogging about tonight will hit home with some and for others you will thank me. For me it will be emotional and I will mostly likely let some fall. It's accomplishment for me.

Tomorrow will be our two year anniversary. For so many couples this is barely a milestone in your relationship. For us, this is a lifetime achievement.

I have known my husband since 2004. I met him when he came home from Baghdad in April of that year. I was actually out with girlfriends at a club and I was spoken for, with another man. With an engagement ring. And a wedding date. And 20 friends and family paid to go on a cruise and watch me get married in the port of San Juan. I was 22 years old. I owned a house, had a great job, and was in a comfortable relationship.

 Being 22, was way to young to be engaged (for me), however losing a father and a brother between ages 16-21, getting married was security. It was the only way I knew how to secure a male figure in my life and try to control him through my own fate.

I shortly realized that I wasn't marrying who I was supposed to.

That same nightclub night, I hit on my "now" husband. Woman were swarming all over him. Man in a uniform at 2 am? Who wouldn't? I told him that he would look just as good in a white t shirt and a pair of khakis.  I walked away.

I went to leave the club that night, and as I was getting ready to back out of my parking spot, he opened the backseat car door and sat down.

He was persistant. He said he wasn't getting out until I gave him my number. I was intrigued. For some reason I felt honored and as a young girl not knowing anything about any relationship other than the one I currently had which was consumed with safety and reliability and 6 years of consistency, this had risk......and my subconscious was ready for risk, as much as I consciously denied it. Call me crazy.

Short of the long, I called off my wedding, sold the the house, ended my engagement and moved out.

For 5 consecutive years I dated my husband, noncommittally off and on. First off, I didn't know if it was because I had hurt my ex so bad that I didn't want to make someone feel like that again or if secondly, because deep down I knew that I could care too much about him and could lose him. Because of the experiences that I had endured  in my life, I became extremely independent. Sometimes, somewhat of a loaner. I tried to care as much as I could but with distance so that I didn't let the unpredictable suffocate me again. We also had some ridiculous ups and downs.

On New years eve 2009, I had gone out with friends to celebrate the new year.

 I called my now husband when I got home that night and asked him to come over.

Yes. Booty Call. 

 On New years day, I asked him to move in.

Naturally because he knew how I was. He laid down some ground rules for me. No going out past a certain time, no not answering my phone etc. He had the right to lay down the law, I was a party girl. I was free and held no real ties to anything that mattered and being lonely felt better than losing.

Shortly after we settled in, my fiance at the time, was deployed. Again.

I didn't know Josh before his first deployment. I had always dated guys that I could walk all over. Josh was different. Integrity. Consistency. Reliably. Devotion. Those are the things that he is.

Piss him off, he'll get you back double. Love him and respect him, he'll give it back triple.

He proposed to me on a Newport Beach in Rhode Island in April. He left the state in May. He left the country in July.

I've never been an army girlfriend. My family had never been an army family.

The next 400 days rocked my world. 

I was able to plan our entire wedding while he was gone. Time felt like forever, but when it was over it had actually passed quickly.We used skype, so we were able to talk and see each other frequently.

His job in the military is in the transportation unit. He drives tractor trailers full of fuel from base to base in Iraq. To me, this meant IED's and bomb on wheels.

I can recall one night that I will never forget. Josh and I were skyping and the mortar alarms went off. Their base was getting mortared at least 3-4 times a week. This particular time, Josh ran out of his trailer with his laptop still on, still skyping me and him and his men jumped in a bunker. It was pitch black and the only glow was from his laptop. The glow produced just enough light to see about a dozen men and the petrified white's of their eyes.

Reality Check. Check.

My whole life was put on hold, waiting, for this one person to come home so that I could pick up where we left off. 

Only it wasn't that easy. He come home on Memorial day 2010.

I remember the day I went to pick him up from the airport. Only 4 soldiers got off the plane that morning. Two of us with welcome home signs.The other 2, I don't even recall seeing their families. My stomach was nauseous. My eyes were holding back tears. I don't know if it was because he was coming home or because I was so afraid of how comfortable I had become while he was gone, living the way we were.

I drove him to our new home. The one that he had only seen pictures of. The one that I bought, on my own, while he was deployed.

I can honestly make this statement. The next 4 months were a roller coaster ride and if my wedding wasn't already in place, I wouldn't be married right now.

I cannot imagine what a US Soldier endures while they are deployed. I can assure you that when they come home from a combat mission, they will be different. The words I will use to describe mine.... disconnected, scared, moments of rage, violent and lastly and the most prominent to us was, Lost.

My close friends and family know the details of my soldier's adaption to real life after a deployment of 400 days. My online support groups, Veteran Caregiver and Not Alone  both know what my struggles have been.

I can honestly tell you that with out the support of these two groups, my family and God, we would not have made it where we are today.

The growth that has emerged from our relationship in the last two years, is a result of patience, understanding, and respecting of one another"s boundaries. Realizing that the things that we had both endured over the last year were not the result of one another's intentional actions towards each other.

There were times that throwing in the towel, calling it a day and just saying eff this, would have seemed so much easier.

But, we made it. With the support of our family, friends and one another, we jumped the hurdle. We BOTH made it out alive. 

The man I married is an American. He's a redneck. He's a truck driver. He came from a small town. He makes me feel safe. He's my husband. He's a US Soldier and he's our Hero.

The US Soldier is the warrior but the people that he leaves behind are the support. We are the the fuel that keeps them going.

Happy Anniversary Josh! Thank you for all you do. Thank you for all you've done. And thank you for what lies ahead! Getting us where we are now has been worth every second of every minute of every hour of everyday and more!

Monday, October 8, 2012

Oh my Gourd

Now that we have dropped 32 degrees in one day, the season feels right. I always complain that it's soo god damn hot, or so humid and then BOOM, Old Man Winter comes in and punks me. I love fall and all the DIY projects. I don't know what it is, but between Halloween, glitter, leaves and gourds, I'm obsessed. Who says Gourds? 

This brings me to my first and only fall project so far. I got this fab idea from my girl Brie over at A Recipe For A Beautiful Life. She uploaded her wreath on instagram and I just had to get instructions from her. Not only did Brie have a great DIY idea but if she lived near me I would pay her to be my personal trainer. Dedication, commitment, results, and consistency is what this girl is all about. If you need some serious ass-kicking motivation, go visit her blog and get inspired!!!

Here are the materials that I used
Also a glue gun and some stain for the "C"
I'm a huge Yankee Candle lover! So obsessed that I bought 8 in the last 2 weeks and the girls now know me at the store. A bonus to this? As I was fondling these delicious smelling candles, while being slightly tipsy, I bounced one off of the floor (this is was at home, not in the store, I try not to buzz shop). I told the girls at YC and they said to bring it in and they would exchange it for me! Fellow Wine-Ho's I bet. 
I'm telling  you, there are actually calories that you consume when you smell this bad boy. It is so good that it just makes me want to eat all day. I don't even like cake, and this is yum.  *This might have been a suicide statement to my 24 followers lol. I don't like cake, or pie or sweets etc. I love chips. All chips except for chocolate ones.
Picked up these little guys at a local farm near us. Once again, to me, the small ones are much cuter than the big ones ! This does not apply to one thing in particular. 

On Sunday I made some delish Apple Cider Sangria
I am posting the recipe because this stuff is fall in a cup and slightly dangerous.

2 bottles of pinot grigio
6 cups of fresh apple cider
1 cup of Smirnoff sour apple vodka
2 gala apples cubed with peels
4 packets of splenda
and 1 cup of club soda (add this right before serving)

Add all these ingredients except for the club soda and let sit in the fridge for at  least 2 hours. The longer is sat in the fridge the better it was. Or we had just consumed to much that we just thought it was better. But no, seriously soak the apples in the sangria for a while before drinking it.

Just a few pics from Game Day 

The Orthopedist ordered this move! Hopefully it will help the hubs. I decided to break it out at our friends house. It was that stupid sangria's fault.
 Patriots won! 

And as the temperature drops in our house, we refuse to turn the heat on. The fire place is burning and I broke out this sexy frock today!!

Happy work week friends!!!

Friday, October 5, 2012


This post could possibly be offensive to some. However,  if it is, please know that I too live this life. 

The rule in our home is that I decorate and clean the inside and he maintains and decorates the outside. On the inside, think stainless, pottery barn, vintage flare, and CLEAN. Well, as clean as it can be with two nut job dogs. We live in the Boondocks and way off the road, so our house can't be seen from the street. I'm am very glad that this is the case, in times like these. So, today I stumbled in our shed/garage. The door WAS open. I'd like to share some of the things that are in here with you...........
Yes that's a John Deere lawn mower. I think this supplies my husband's oxygen. I have no issues with this manly toy. It serves a purpose and it is the Cadillac of mowers. Its is only lacking an ipod docking station and next year I am buying him a canopy for it. Think Fred Flintstone style. I think it should get registered plates as well. However, please look closely above the mower.
Yes right there! That is a $125.00 ceiling fan from Lowes. It is nicer than the ones that we currently have in our home. But we all know that it gets hot when we sit on our John Deere and drink beehs in the shed. GIT ER DONE.

Next is the NFG barrel.  It is my understanding that men love these. Well at least burly, handsome, red neck men do. And to my knowledge, for a man, having one of these is a must.

Thankfully ours in the shed and not outside in the yard. I'm sure NFG stands for something legit. However, to us, it stands for "No f'ning Good". I like things that are re-named for their purpose but this one? In the house, it's just called the trash can. Which brings me to my next pic. *Ahem
This is in the  middle of our driveway. Just in case you need to throw something out. Just in case you forget to take out the trash, this is a reminder. This was in the house at one time and has made its way to being the outside meet and greet lawn ornament to our guests. "Welcome! Please feel free to throw some of your shit out!
Oh, hey there fishing lure bird feeder ! You are cute, but to me, you are still red neck. Up in these here parts we also use the word jucket. * note, that is not a small house with a small casement window and a high efficiency ceiling fan in the back ground. It's the shed

Cabelas hat? check. Camo? Check. Fishing hook on the side of the brim? Check. NEED I SAY MORE!?

Just to make things clear. We do have most of our teeth in this house. At least all of the front ones anyways. We do mow our lawn. I assure you that we are not related.  No pig named Glitzy. We don't hang a confederate flag and we don't chew tobacco on the regular. This house may have redneck tendencies but they are kept under control! If they weren't under control, I assure you our house would be on Hoarders and the American Picker's van would be in our yard!  And at the end of the day, this is the stuff that makes me smile and laugh. These differences are why we work. This is man stuff. *GRUNT! I get it.  I'm in to pumps, glitter, wine, and all things girly. While he loves flannel, fishing, camping, drinking beer and all things kinda-redneck.

To the hubs, I love ya and I apologize that I've used some of your belongings in this post but I just had to lol.  I lost it when I saw the ceiling fan today, so I walked around the yard and took some still shots of your prized processions.

Happy Friday and please enjoy your favorite adult beverage in your red solo cup and proceed to party!

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Happy Dirty Thirty Two recap

As you already know, if you've been reading, that this past weekend was my bday weekend!!!!
To kick it off, of Friday I received these guys in the mail!!!

These are May books. Click on the link or just google em!
These yearly calendars are just the cutest little personalized books!!! They were super easy to make. The website has sooooooo many different ideas!

Saturday we went to my favorite place for dinner, ZEN. It's a sushi restaraunt that has a Hibachi section. If you are my friend on Foursquare, then you will see that we check in this place at least twice a week!!! NOM  NOM NOM Omgeeeeeeee!!! It's so yummy. We had a party of 9 and all sat at the same hibachi table. Might I add, that if you are afraid of your eye brows singing off this probably isn't for you.

Outfit for the night!!
Candies Booties!!!

Jacket-Rue21, Leggings-Target, tshirt-Target!
 Josh having a "sexy drink" He says that he feels sexier as he drinks it lol! 

This is the "say goodbye to your eyebrows" part that I was talking about.
You also don't usually end up walking out of this place straight.

Did you say presents?

Blue? suede? heels? clearance? YES!!! These were a present to myself ;)

 a PINK sewing machine from mom, YES ITS PINK!!!!!! <3 br="br">

 Steady sticks to hold your wine/bottle while your outside so that you don't have to put em on the ground. GENIUS!!!

AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST............................

The hubs found this great beat up but classy wine "burea" as I like to call it. He filled it with 24 different kinds of wine. 12 white, 12 red. Holy Moly do I owe that man BIG TIME!!!

Because Saturday night was so much fun, this is what we did on Sunday.......
Which was TOTALLY worth it considering the Pats finally won a game. However, I'm pretty superstitious and I think they won because I fell asleep through the entire second half. lol.
And Monday was my actual birthday. October 1st. The hubs took me to one of my favorite restaurants and we went home and snuggled. I'm positive that I have the best husband in the world!!!

  Thanks so much to my sweet bloggy and twitter friends for all of the birthday wishes!!! This year my birthday was truly blessed with the best of family and friends anyone could have!

Heading to Patriots Place this weekend to shop with my sister!!! The hubs says that I'm "shoe-cut off". We'll see about that. Watch out now!!!

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