Saturday, February 28, 2009
I never thought that they would read my blog.. I may just be lying to myself, but maybe there are a lot of people who read my blog that I never thought would! So, world, if this is your first time reading, hello and enjoy my blog!
Oh! They also did not fail to mention to their dinner guest who was a mathematitician, how much I hated math! Oh joy! Although they did recommend a book for me, the name escapes me right now but it basically went something like, "How To Not Hate Math." I should probably check that out some time. I think I could probably devote an entire blog column about my hatred of mathematics. Just give me the earth, some kitties and the Chronicles of Narnia, and I'm fine. I don't need math to love life, nor do I need it to clean teeth for a living. Take that!
But all of this is besides the point that I am welcoming you, my dear reader, to the wonderful.. scratch that, interesting and oftentimes odd and fanciful world of, well, my brain. In a blog. On the internet. Enjoy!
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Monday, February 23, 2009
I didn't mean a toilet seat either, buddy...
Who does this guy think he is?
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Monday, February 16, 2009
Yesterday when I was watching CSI with my mom, this really beautiful sort of psychadelic electronic indian-esque song played in the background. I am always surprised by the great music choice on CSI Las Vegas. Anyways, the song was "Prince of Peace" by School of Seven Bells. This is the first time I've ever heard of them, but they are quite good!!
Sunday, February 15, 2009
NASA is making plans to allow a tuxedo cat to be the first pet on the Moon, with studies indicating that TCs are also well suited for the Mars missions. (Yeah okay...)
In recognition of their formal attire, tuxedo cats are the only felines admitted to performances of the metropolitan opera. (And then they can meow along with the women in viking hats)
People who have agreed to serve TCs as food providers and toy throwers are more attractive than the average humans. (Models only.)
People who win lotteries are statistically more likely to live with TCs. (I'm hoping that this will occur in my family...)
Plants grown in houses where TCs reside are healthier and generally 20-50% larger than plants in non-TC households. (What, is their pee laced with Miracle Grow?)
Tuxedo cats can add single digit numbers and perform simple integrations. (2+2=Meow)
Tuxedo cats can, in an emergency, drive a car. (I'll keep that in mind, then next time I'm in an emergency with my cat...)
When a full moon occurs on the vernal or diurnal equinox, TCs can become invisible. (So that's where Addie disappears to on the equinox!)
In conclusion, don't trust what you read on the internet.
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
The time has come, my friends..
Monday, February 9, 2009
Saturday, February 7, 2009
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Alison Lohman (who starred in White Oleander and Big Fish, two really lovely movies)
PS She has really nice eyebrows.
I cut off all of my hair in 4th grade and gave it to Locks of Love. I was thinking about doing that again, but I would have to grow my hair out a few more inches. Too bad... Because lately I have just wanted flowy pretty pixie forest nature short hair. But I also love my long dancing pulled back or all around my face blowing in the wind long hair right now.
Any thoughts on which I should go for?
I wish you had the ability to circle an answer on Blogger. My dream blog would have this capability:
But really.. Any suggestions?
Tuesday, February 3, 2009