Monday, July 19, 2010

It's another "Crazy Day"...

Well, I couldn't get this to embed... so, click here.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

90 degrees is far too hot, it causes stream of consciousness

i feel like it's been forever since i last wrote...

but it was less than a week ago.


and, two of my last three posts were about the World Cup.
sorry about that. (but not really)
it's almost over, and then you won't hear about it so much anymore.
but no guarantees i'll quit writing about REAL football. ;)

it's been 90 degrees for the past, well, almost week. or at least it's been flirting with 90 that long. and it has gone over that mark more than twice. i hate it. really. i enjoy the sun, i enjoy warm weather, i like to go swimming, take walks, etc. But when it's 90, you can't do any of that. cuz afterward you feel gross, hot and sticky, even dizzy because you're dehydrated. yuck. my ideal would be 72-76. i think. although mid-60s is real nice too. and of course, snow.

i think i want a puppy. but i have no yard or time to train it. i think i want a kitten. but i have no time to train it, and no real space for it anyway. i would name my puppy... pookie. or lucy. or maybe dopey. cuz i like that dwarf. i would name my kitten mittens. or sunny. or something rat pack like sammy or dean.

and i've been reading this blog and it's so SO great, and it makes me smile EVERY time. everytime.

i'm going to see my dear friend TOMORROW. i can't wait. we're gonna see a movie. we're gonna do some shopping. the kind i like. i can't wait. I CAN'T WAIT.

time to get back to work.
i guess.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

do you ever feel like...

wow. this post is completely empty. it has some interesting tags.
i see it was started on July 1... it is now July 7, not July 1.

i wonder why it never got written.

i wonder what it was supposed to be about.

edit (made 20 seconds after writing the above): i think it had to do with how different it would be to live in the 1800s or early 1900s in the USA without all the communication and such we have now. to be "stuck" in nature. either as a colonist, or something similar, or in a tribe. which is starting to make me think about living in remote parts of countries today that probably feel similar. hm...