Filed under: Life
Well, I’m back from my excursion. It was a lot of fun. I took a lot of pictures and genuinely had a good time. As good as you can have while you’re constantly blowing your nose. Ugh. It’s gotta be allergies. I refuse to believe this is another cold. Besides, it doesn’t feel like a cold.
P stayed over Friday night and we made a frozen pizza and watched Beetlejuice. Later, I made sandwiches for the picnic the next day and some tuna salad. We went to sleep around 1:00 and got up at 7:30am. P drove the entire time, which was fine with me, but I was willing to switch. On the other hand, I don’t see him being the type to let anyone drive his truck other than him. He loves that truck. Let’s hear it for inanimate objects! Anyway, our first stop was this place called Robertson’s, which is kinda bizarre, since he’d told me about this place before (he’s a big fan of their beef jerky) and then my friend Erik was telling me about how one of his friends loves this place too. Neither of us (Erik & I) had ever heard of it before. Anyway, it was really cute, and we picked up a container of beef jerky, some divinity (yuck) and some peanut brittle shaped like Texas. M-m-m-m! Continue reading
Filed under: Feedback
Before I begin my Feedback post, here’s an update on what’s been going on: P came over late last night and we watched Shag and he introduced me to Grand Theft Auto (I forget which one) on his PS2. I’m such an old lady, but I’m mesmerized by all the shit he can do in that game. Seriously, I stopped at Nintendo 64. And for good reason: I can’t do all that three-dimensional multi-button shit. It’s just sensory overload. I’d get way too hyper, spaz out and die. I just know it. LOL! However…he did leave the PS2 here (he’s coming back to spend the night tonight, so we can leave early tomorrow morning) and I’m tempted to make a trip up to work and rent the one PS2 game I have played: Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters. God, I love that game! My friend Nathan left it and his PS2 at my house a while back, and you literally didn’t see me for a week. The game has lots of mini games and my favorite was one where you just destroy a city (your choice). That’s it. You just DESTROY SHIT: knock over building with your tail, stomp on things, throw tankers/cars at building, etc. It was such a rush. I couldn’t get enough of it! I may have to get a PS2 after all. Dammit, P! Continue reading
Filed under: Homework
Found this over at Sarah’s, and thought “what the heck!”
What does your music library say about you?
1. Put Your iPod on Shuffle (in my case, it was iTunes).
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer.
3. You must write down the name of the song.