|Sunday, July 16th, 2006|
We're taking Tidus in tomorrow. I've never had to do anyhitng like this before. It seems way too soon, but he's just gotten sicker and sicker. C dyed her hair so he could have a new cap to play with for the last couple days. It's his favorite kind of cap. Current Mood: morose
|Saturday, April 8th, 2006|
Tidus has found his favorite cap. Good for Tidus.
Playing with this cap involves racing up and down the apartment at all hours and crying if we don't toss it for him. Not so good for Tidus. Current Mood: groggy
|Monday, February 20th, 2006|
Current Mood: amused
Your Linguistic Profile:
0% General American English
0% Upper Midwestern
|Friday, January 27th, 2006|
| You scored as Kate. You're Kate! You're not really a bad person, you've just had some trouble with your past - what's a few lies, anyhow? You're a little secretive but let's face it ... what others don't know won't hurt them. Under all that, you really are a good person. You're ready to help even if it'll set you back a bit.|
Who is your "Lost" alter ego?
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Huh. Current Mood: amused
|Monday, January 23rd, 2006|
|No great surprise here
| You scored as Classical Liberal. You are a classical liberal. You are sceptical about much of the historicity of the Bible, and the most important thing Jesus has done is to set us a good moral example that we are to follow. Doctrines like the trinity and the incarnation are speculative and not really important, and in the face of science and philosophy the surest way we can be certain about God is by our inner awareness of him. Discipleship is expressed by good moral behaviour, but inward religious feeling is most important.|
What's your theological worldview?
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|Saturday, December 17th, 2005|
|Timeshare of our soul
So, if you're in MN, hoping to see C and me when we're in town, and haven't already claimed a timeslot in the name of Spain, now's your chance.
Tues - Available for everything post-lunch. So, afternoon, dinner, and evening.
Wed - Available for breakfast, morning, lunch, or the afternoon.
Thurs - Available for lunch, the afternoon, and after dinner.
Fri - Available, probably, possibly, sometime. We'll see. Current Mood: busy
|Tuesday, November 8th, 2005|
|Things and . . . well, just things
So, a brief update:
Work - With one week of coaxing kindergarten teachers through the hazardous process of basic computer usage under our belts, I feel slightly better about our short- to mid-term financial security.
Family - So my mom and brother are coming out for Thanksgiving. To say that this will prove interesting is a great understatement. C and I have already gone over the various permutations of interpersonal badness that are likely to occur. This doesn't mean we'll be able to avert it, just that we won't be surprised by it.
Home - Marathon laundry day is behind us. Now we just need to get through Operation Dishes and the Battle of Bathroom Hill. We have a little under two weeks to do it.
|Friday, September 30th, 2005|
So they steal our car, tell us to pony up $200, and expect us to feel guilty and grateful it's not worse. Well you know what? Fuck that. Fuck that right up the ass. If I walked in there with two cops and a warrant to ring them up with the car theft and extortion they're trying to pull on us, they ought to be grateful. I'd be doing them a favor, getting them off easy.
Cause what I would rather do is slam that pisswad up against the wall and tell him I don't think his little power trip is particularly cute. What I'd really like to do is smash his fat, ugly face into the cash register until he pays me $200 for the privilege of having me come out there and do it. Current Mood: enraged
|Thursday, September 15th, 2005|
So I head out of here in T-minus 5 hours, and yet I still have trouble managing to lift my butt off the couch to clean up, wash dishes, pack suitcases, and keep Tidus from chewing on his collar. Ah, well. Probably has to do with it feeling like Guatemala in here. Current Mood: lazy
|Saturday, August 27th, 2005|
|Sunday, August 21st, 2005|
|Thursday, August 4th, 2005|
|The Big Goodbye
Farewell, Jaspers. We knew ye all too well.
Decided to say "Screw it" to my last two shifts. It wasn't so much a question of whether I'd regret it later as whether any regret would be greater than the misery I'd feel being in a place I'm so finished with. Time will tell, I'm sure.
|Tuesday, July 19th, 2005|
- Pondering what to have for dinner isn't intellectually stimulating, anymore. Current Mood: hungry
|Monday, July 18th, 2005|
Y'know, 10 straight days of work is draining. Particularly draining when the AC doesn't do the trick. Current Mood: hot
The program is taking longer than it should. This shouldn't come as a surprise, but it is still cause for concern. Current Mood: worried
|Saturday, May 28th, 2005|
And thus was C's bachelorette party a smashing success. Go me. Oh, and thanks to all those who actually hosted and attended. Without you, it wouldn't have been much of a party.
Tried Bonefish Grill tonight. Quite tasty. Current Mood: satisfied
|Tuesday, May 24th, 2005|
I thought the art of diplomacy was ending up where you wanted to be to begin with and calling it a compromise. Apparently, that's a lost art for senate Democrats. Current Mood: disappointed
|Tuesday, May 10th, 2005|
Checking CDs to see if there's anything on them is amazingly repetitive. Current Mood: calm
|Saturday, April 30th, 2005|
Are You A Republican? Current Mood: amused
"You're a damn Commie! Where's Tailgunner Joe when we need him?"
|Thursday, April 28th, 2005|
So it looks like we'll be making our way up to MN in time for a good, fun weekend before getting down to business. In addition to seeing a Twins game Sat. night, (The tickets came and they're preeeetty.) Grand Old Day is Sunday the 5th. Hopefully a week will be long enough to get over the sunburns and lose the weight of cheese curds. Current Mood: excited