Thursday, September 29, 2005


Two Things

First thing: Tonight’s Everwood was awesome. Bright = adorable. Amy’s hair = adorable. Hannah’s dorky hair and the fact that she was shy about it = adorable. The airport kiss = jealous, and adorable. The wedding = sniff, and yes, adorable. Delia’s hair and the fact that she wrote Ephram = adorable. Ephram’s hair = still awful- cut it boy. Hot new gay doctor = hot.

I am so glad I watched Gilmore Girls on Tuesday or I would have missed that tonight was the season premiere and then I would have had to kick the WB’s collective ass. And I don’t have that kind of time.

Second thing: While watching Everwood, I was in the mood for something sweet. As I have not been to the store in awhile, I didn’t really have anything. But, I did have some Lucky Charms. And milk. Or so I thought. The expiration date on the carton said “Oct 3” and no, the milk is not a year old. As it is only “Sept. 29” I was all “right on! Milk and cereal! I took the first bite and tasted a problem. Instead of being magically delicious, my Charms were magically vomit inducing. Damn milk and it’s false advertising of freshness. Then, I got the bright idea that the 6 month old ice cream sandwich in the freezer might clear the rancid taste out of my mouth. Wrong again. It was a combination of chewy, crunchy and mushy. Maybe that’s good for a gordita, but it ain’t right for ice cream. I ended up making tea.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005


Crappy Morning

So this morning started like any other Wednesday.
Alarm went off at 6:30 and I snoozed a few times. Took a shower, let the dog out etc.
Then I went to start the car. Nothing. I tried again. Nothing. I looked under the hood. Why? I don't know as I also don't know a damn thing about cars, except that if they start smoking you stop. I called AAA, had to get a jump, brought the car to the shop and waited while they put in a new battery. I missed Con Law and only got in for the last 20 minutes of evidence. Then I found out insurance was canceled so I drove to school for that 20 minutes. So this morning blew.

But the afternoon is shaping up nicely. No class, a meeting at 3, but I'll get to take a nap before I leave, and it'll get me points!

Now I just have to do some editing for my brief and I'll be done with school work until Friday, hopefully.

Tuesday, September 27, 2005



Ok so here's what I'm thinking:

1) I love House more and more. I do not want to wait until November to see new episodes.

2) I haven't been to the store in awhile and all that was left in the pantry was tuna. However, I did not have mayo. So I used ranch dressing. I like it better. Especially on a toasted bun with melted cheese. Added a little kick.

3) Today I discovered that my dog has been sleeping on the couch all day. I have long suspected, but it rained last night and her paws got all muddy this morning and I didn't have time to clean them. When I got home, my off white slip cover had the evidence all over it. No wonder my throws smell like dog with her curling up on them for hours at a time.

4) Speaking of the dog, Layla seriously needs a haircut. She's looking like Joey Potter when her layers all started growing out. I think I may have just dated myself there, which is sad.

5) My brother called me today on his break because he hadn't talked to me in awhile and asked if I had plans for the weekend. Last week he had lunch with my sister. When did he become a girl? Not that I have a problem with it, I think it's great that he wants to hang out with us.

6) Georgia football still rules.

7) LSU totally should have won that game last night. Orange is ugly.

8) I like this shirt. My extended family is from DE so props to the tax free state.

9) It's annoying when you have to work with a partner on a project and you work your ass off to meet a deadline they imposed, but they don't do it. And it's even more annoying when you have to write them a to-do list because otherwise they won't do it by the actual deadline.

10) Tonight is the first night when I've been able to study without having something due or pressing or a meeting. It's nice just to read-even if what you're reading is Evidence and you don't understand a damn word of it.

11) The WB does a crappy job saying when most of their season premieres are. Everwood starts on Thursday- as in 2 days from now. I missed the Gilmore Girls season opener. I checked the site last week and there was no info on Everwood. But, I get to see Bright on Thursday so yay!

Monday, September 19, 2005


Laguna bitch

I want to punch Alex M. in the face. Repeatedly. I dislike her more than Marissa Cooper and you should all know how much I dislike Boney McBadactress.

And Jessica, honey, I see so much of myself in you that it makes me sad. I'm glad I am not that girl anymore. You need to let him go. He's a dick. Plus you're way cuter than he is.

Sunday, September 18, 2005


Dishwasher woes

My stupid dishwasher is broken again and I'll bet my landlord wants to try and "fix" it again instead of replacing it. There is detergent on everything and about 2 inches of water in the bottom of the machine.

Now I have to clean before I can call it in, because I don't like worker people coming over and getting dog hair all over them, not to mention the fact that there is crap all over my living room. Mainly school stuff, but also: dogs toys, stuffing from said dog toys, bras, shoes, jackets, a blanket, cups and bills. It won't take longer to pick it up, but it's principle of the thing.

Stupid not having clean spoons with which to eat my new favorite cereal. Even though they may not taste exactly the same [like no duh splenda doesn't taste as good as sugar], they still make the milk chocolatey.

Friday, September 16, 2005


Weekly Wrap-up

Sunday- 13 hour budget meeting where we cut law school prom

Monday- The shit hit the fan when clubs found out we axed pretty much everything. I also talked with the Dean to figure out why we had no $.

Tuesday- Met with the NC bar Association people who told me I could attend parts of meeting instead of the whole thing which means maybe I'll start going. Also found out that the accounting office screwed up and that we had $8000 more than we thought we had, thus making a 13 hour meeting useless.

Wednesday- Read a case where a dude shot another dude in the leg pulling the gun out of his car. Both auto and homeowner's covered it. Moral of the story- read your insurance policies.

Thursday- My only class of the day was canceled. However, we had an 8 am make-up class, then I had 3 meetings, an appointment to give blood and a client interview. The blood people stuck me, then lost the vein. So I have a hole in my arm and nothing to show for it. The interview went well except that Laurie and I forgot to ask about financing since neither of us know anything about it. Oh well. Got the law review paper back and it's shredded. So now I know how I'll be spending this weekend. Although I still need to start my brief.

Friday- Only one class. Then lunch with Becky. Then someone failed to show up for a meeting so I walked around like a jackass for 30 minutes. Got confirmation that the accounting office f-ed up. Hockey group tickets are pretty much sold out for the opening game. So we need to figure out what we're going to do about that. Now I am going to pick up a sub for dinner in shorts when I haven't shaved in a week. Hope nobody notices.

Monday, September 12, 2005


15 Minutes inside my head

So I am discovering that I am more like my mother everyday. My thoughts go all kinds of cuckoo. I supposed they are logical in one sense. I shall describe.

Today I had a can of generic (Food Lion brand) beefaroni. Technically it was beefy macaroni. It tastes surprisingly like the Chef Boyardee kind. What does not taste like Chef Boyardee beefaroni is Chef Boyardee ABCs with mini meatballs. I have never looked at the ingredients list, but it would be kind of a shock if the ingredients between those "Italian" dishes was that distinct as to produce such a different taste.

With my Food Lion beefy macaroni, I had a glass of milk. Here's where the crazy tangents kicks in. First I thought- the reason I am drinking milk is because my water tastes like ass and I haven't gone to the store in 2 weeks. I have been drinking iced tea but didn't feel like boiling water to make some. I haven't drunk milk in a long time. I put it on cereal, but I don't normally have a glass.

Back to beefaroni- I remember one time when I was little and I was eating beefaroni and all we had to drink was orange juice. That combination is not recommended, especially since I threw up. That was a pretty site. Looked like a crime scene.

now to OJ- other things that are not good with OJ. Everyone knows not to brush your teeth and then drink OJ. You should also not brush then drink cranberry juice. You get the same effect.

Have you ever tried that drink where you have OJ in a glass and tell someone to drink it and pretend that it's milk? Very weird.

Those all went through my head at an alarming fast rate. Then when I was looking up beefaroni, I came upon this. When did amazon start selling beefaroni?

Sunday, September 11, 2005



Ok, so the game yesterday. I cannot describe it as awesome for the following reasons:

1) We should have spanked the cocks (hee hee). We just barely hung on and that's b/c their place kicker didn't do so hot.

2) Spurrier did not have a proper visor toss. Or even a good clip board throw.

3) Shockley threw 2 ints. I do think he could be a great QB. He just needs to learn how to take some pressure and stay calm. That was a skill David Green had in spades.

However, there were some things that were great about the game:

1) We won. In the long run that's all that matters. Especially in the BCS system. This was an early game so the close score won't affect us too much.

2) Thomas Brown freaking did an awesome job. Ran for close to 150 yards.

3) I called the missed point after attempt. Even called it wide right. True, I didn't say it was going to hit the upright, but come one people, I was close. I also called the first UGA pick of the game.

4) While he did not throw the visor (see above), he did throw his headphones.

5) Lots of close-ups of Uga VI. That dog is too cute. Seeing him totally makes me want to humiliate Layla and put a sweater of some kind on her.

6) Shockely tried the David Green hold onto the ball faker move. He didn't quite pull it off as gracefully, and it didn't get points, but that wasn't his fault.

All in all, it wasn't pretty, but chalk up a "W" for the Dawgs.

Thursday, September 08, 2005


The OC how stupid this show is

I was so excited about the season premiere of The OC. Ryan Atwood is my baby daddy. However, I was sorely disappointed this evening when the show sucked. Seriously, Julie gets in the hospital and the nurse just lets her go by. Then Tre, who has a gunshot wound, to the lung, just walks out and gets on a bus. Plus, Marissa and Ryan making out creeps me out. I'd rather see Ryan make out with Tre- he's prettier than Marissa is. And the possibly fun beach shots at the beginning were ruined with the weird-ass montage that messed up with the space-time continuum.
Come on Josh Swartz, get your shit together.

Wednesday, September 07, 2005



This is awesome. I hate "the visor" and all that goes with him. I hate Florida and now I will be forced to hate South Carolina, even though they've been off my radar for years.


Song of the Week

Ok, I don't know why, but I love Golddigger. I think it might be because Jamie Foxx does such kick ass background stuff. It's just a fun song.

Next 5 on my playlist now:
beatles- obladi oblada
josh kelly- amazing
beastie boys- girls
g love- milk and cereal
earth, wind and fire- september

Friday, September 02, 2005


Happy B-day Pop-Pop

This weekend is labor day weekend, for those of you not in the know. I am going to Delaware because it is my pop-pop's 75th birthday. He is 50 years older than me. That sounded like a lot until I realized that my mom is older than 50 and umm hello I don't have any kids and I'm not planning on having them for awhile.
I always thought I would have kids by the time I was 25. That's right, kids, plural, as in more than 1.
I have a dog. Sometimes I make her wait until I've gone to the bathroom before I let her out in the morning, even if I have already told her to go away several times.
25 is a lot younger than it used to be.

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