Friday, April 27, 2007

I guess Michael J. Fox was on Rachel Ray today, but I missed it.

Kelly from The Office is the most annoying thing ever. I am so happy! The Else is comin' out even sooner! And Take out the Trash is pretty cool. I have no idea why this makes me so happy, but when a rerun of House was on Fox and 101 Dalmations was on Channel 43 like two hours ago. Seeing Hugh on two of my nine channels at the exact same time made me ecstatic. "I like icecream too, mate. Alligators. Dingo babies." Happy happy happy. I have a headache though. Dunno why. For the last two days, at random times, my head'd start throbbing. Like pulsing. Sometimes it only throbs once, sometimes for a long time. "Put the most attractive beets on top. The kind of beets that make you pull over your car and go 'Wow. I need this beet right now.' Those are the money beets." Talents for Christ is tomorrow. Shall go and shall watch people do various creative things. Singing and instrument playing and speech giving. Will see Heather and Stephanie and hopefully Sam give their speeches. Sam hasn't been at school all week; he had surgery on Monday. Hope he's not still in horrible pain. Poor Sam. Poor Sam's nose. And ear. I did horrible at bowling the other day. Only got... 83. We only played one game and then went to get icecream at a stand thing that's really close to my house. So I just got dropped off there and didn't have to go back to church to wait for my mom to come get me and my sister. Jonathan was standing around his yard, and he came over and asked if we had a key to his house. We didn't; I called my mom, and she said that his sister, Jennifer, had borrowed the key before and hadn't brought it back yet. So we watched the bloopers of season two of The Office.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007


Going bowling! Yeah! Sweet!

Tuesday, April 24, 2007


Ten Top Trivia Tips about Flansburgh!

  1. Contrary to popular belief, Flansburgh is not successful at sobering up a drunk person, and in many cases he may actually increase the adverse effects of alcohol.
  2. Ancient Chinese artists would never paint pictures of Flansburgh.
  3. A Flansburghometer is used to measure Flansburgh!
  4. Flansburgh was the first Tsar of Russia!
  5. Flansburgh is only six percent water!
  6. Native Americans never actually ate Flansburgh; killing such a timid prey was thought to indicate laziness!
  7. In Japan it is considered rude to talk with Flansburgh in your mouth.
  8. Grapes explode if you put them inside Flansburgh!
  9. A female ferret will die if it goes into heat and cannot find Flansburgh.
  10. Thirty-five percent of the people who use personal ads for dating are Flansburgh.
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Eating icecream can make you feel sick.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Don't make me kill you again

Ondine is cool. TMBG is cool. Walk-a-thon was yesterday. We acutally got to go to the park place we usually go to, not the parking lot! It was really fun. I have sunburn from it! On my forearms and face and neck. The first of much pain to come. 10 miles is not really that far. Seemed to go by fast. My legs do not really hurt at all which is very good; they usually do. I walked with Mandy, Kristin, Heather, and Stephanie at the very beginning, at the front of the line, mostly. Then, after the first break, Heather and I went back to the back to Mr. Wright, who separated the elementary from the junior high and highschool. It was extremely loud and the children kept trying to get in front of him, but it was fun talking to him. Then we kept walking and walking. Then it was lunch; we ate in a park thing that had picnic tables and such. Then we walked more. I talked to TJ and Mike. TJ told us how Pete Townshend sort of invented the windmill. Then I slowed down until I was with Kelly B. and Sam and Mr. Wright. I found that Sam and Kelly and some other people had been counting the dotted lines on the asphalt since lunch; they were up to 800-something. When we were around 1000, Sam guessed that there'd be 1200 of them. There were 1213. Since we were at the back of the highschool, we were the very last ones to get on the bus. I sat next to Heather and across from Sam. We went back to school. I went home.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

When you are alone, you are the cat; you are the phone; you are an animal.

Today was fine. First period, I sat in the hallway and copied someone's review sheet while the rest of the class took a test. Second, speech, Emily did her devotional. Third. Science. I gave Mrs. Warkentien a picture I scanned from the last page of a Wired magazine, about a tooth phone. She always goes on a huge rabbit trail whenever anyone mentions that thing. Took 20 minutes talking about it and pacemakers and defibulators and things. Today is Wednesday, so we had chapel after that. It was neat. Deanna showed pictures from the cruise she and her family and Sam and Aaron and their family and Steve and Stephanie and Melissa and other people went on over spring break. And then we took personality-type quizzes. Fourth, which was history, was short because chapel ran over very much. The rest of the class took a pop quiz while I sat there. Then lunch. Yogurt raisin boxes smell weird on the inside. In Bible, we went over Joel. I massaged Josh's neck cause it hurt. TJ kept unshunning and reshunning Lindsy. Sixth period, in math, we took a quiz. And then we went over a new section. Seventh period was a study hall day for video class. We sat in the conference room and talked about random things. Tried to burn a dvd of a kids program for a teacher, but it didn't work. Sam layed on the floor cause he was so tired. Then he got up and sat in a chair. He told us about the cruise. Last period in art, we started/finished/are making these 3D picture things by layering cardboard pieces on top of these sticky little squares. I then proceeded to leave when the bell rang and sat by Mr. Casbohm who was calling the kids' numbers. Then my dad came and we went home. That is all.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Craig Ferguson.

The man is going to be on Letterman tonight. How exciting/in all probability hilarious. And he'll be on The View!tomorrow. Hm. Will be interesting. Must. Remember. To. Set. Up. VCR. And House. And the ever awesome Hugh Laurie. Must tape that as well. Bleh, stayed home today. Didn't feel well. Used short sentences. The end.

Saturday, April 14, 2007


Not as hard as I was thinking they were going to be. I finished the English and reading tests before time was up. I feel like I answered all the questions on the English one correctly. I swear the time keeper lady didn't keep the time right during math. It was supposed to be 60 minutes for 60 questions. I had about ten or so questions left when she said there were five minutes left. I finished two more questions and was about to just randomly fill in the other ones when the dang timer rang. Scared me so much I jumped. Science was all stupid charts and graphs. I mostly finished but skim read the last two sections and half guessed the answers. Writing was all right. I've realized that I totally prefer typing over writing. I write kind of sloppy. Typing is nice, so long as you spell right and capitalize and punctuate and such. And then I got Taco Bell. I love Taco Bell. I think I maybe want to go back and tag a ton of my entries. Eh. Maybe.

Friday, April 13, 2007


Redid journal (as if you couldn't tell). I like it very much. Orange and blue and white look so good together. Tell me if there's some text you can't read or anything else is screwed up. Everything seems fine to me though. I went to the dentist's today for regular teeth cleaning and checking. This little boy, maybe 5 or 6 comes out of the door that leads to the exam rooms and is like "Let's get out of here!" to his mother. It was funny. I like the dentists. Especially this time; I only waited about 5 minutes. Last time, I watched like 2 1/2 episodes of Dora the Explorer; it's a kid's dentist. But that was ok, kind of, because it was during school and I was missing English class. Fred Huggins is so insanely awesome. From the Weird Al Show. I love him. And Papa and Baby Boolie.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Ugh... ACT's. My mother insists I study; at the very least to look at the bunch of information I brought home from school months ago. Must take it this Saturday. And I have to get up early, like even earlier than I do for school. I see no point in studying for standardized tests like this. It's not like I'm going to miraculously review the exact things that are on there. I don't retain things from studying anyway. I retain useless information that I do not need to know. Like that you're more likely to die by falling out of bed than by being struck by lightning. Which is good to know, I suppose, but whatever. Ooh. Cabbagetown just started playing on the wonderful/faulty Clock Radio. I've only ever heard the demo version. Oooh. Now the original version of James K. Polk? How nice. Never heard that one before either. I can't wait until I have enough money to buy an iPod. I will fill it with TMBG and sbemails, which reminds me that I must go catch up on all the Haven't been there in forever. I did just watch the first 50 emails on dvd though. I think I like this version of James K. Polk better than the FS one. Yesterday at church, Pastor Dave said he got a 29 on the ACT. Which is really good, I think. My mom says I need to get a 30 or above. I'm taking the writing part of it too. I'm not very good at writing. Not good at writing the types of things I'll need to write. My opinion, persuasive stuff, whatever. I can never come up with the right words to express what I'm thinking. Creepy. By Mono Puff. Great! I made a new background. I like it. I just uploaded it to deviantart. John Linnell and a lot of words. How do you make a link? Uh.. Don't, don't, don't let's start.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Using a subject line

I got two of the four discs of the Weird Al Show from the library yesterday. I've only watched two episodes so far though. Time Travel and the one with the world records. Very awesome stuff. I can't believe I never saw it when it originally aired. It reminds me of Bill Nye the Science Guy. Only much, much more cool. I am trying to figure out how to save songs off Clock Radio. Primarily because I want the S-E-X-X-Y EP version of Sensurround very, very badly. And She Was a Hotel Detective. I cannot figure it out. I was able to find some songs I'd listened to there months and months ago, but no recent ones. EDIT: Never mind! has explained it. Yay.

Friday, April 6, 2007

Spriii-ii-iiing BREAK!

I have absolutely nothing to do! It's so boring! But I think the exclamation points make it exciting! Yeah?! On Sunday, I went to the Lorain County Senior All-Star Game(s), or something like that. Because Sam was in it. And he dunked! It was cool. Had two three pointers, too. 12 points total I think. The team he was on lost, but it doesn't matter. Cause it was just like a game to show off their mad 3 point shooting skillz. Which weren't very good. That's like all they did. Every time someone passed them the ball, they'd shoot. Sam only took 3 three point shots though, and actually passed it to other people. Yay him. His aunt asked me if I'd tape the game, which I did. My cousin Abby and sister were sitting next to me at the top of the bleachers. Abby thought for like the first half of the game that I was taping it with my camera, for me, and was acting very awesome/strange/weird-ly. Sam said he was amused by it. I'm going to a mall tomorrow. I don't say the mall because it's not the mall I usually go to. Not that I go to malls often at all. Is with my youth group, to hide 16,000 Easter eggs. For children to find on Sunday. Is a ministry outreach thing. Will be fun! I can't stay awake anymore to watch late night tv! I always fall asleep too early and then wake up just as soon as whatever band or stand up comedian finishes singing/telling lame jokes. I must stay up tonight, dang it! Can't wait till July 10th! THE ELSE! EEH!!!! And that's a week before my birthday! YAY!

Monday, April 2, 2007

Much awesome stuff has happened. I really want to write it all out, but I'm not gonna now. I will in depth, hopefully, later. Just in case I don't, though, I shall give a very brief overview. On Friday, I went to this really interesting/cool thing with 9 people from FBC youth group, plus Pastor Dave, or P-Diddle, and Jen, or his wife. It was called Real World University, and we went down to Columbus to a church where they gave us cool id tag thingies and sweet notebooks and the most insanely great little white flat pens. Oh. This is supposed to be an overview. Right. We went to the Columbus Police Academy; police people talked to us. Very much more interesting sufff happened, which I'll hopefully tell later. We then went to the zoo. A nurse from... a place where nurses work that isn't a hospital which the word for is currently escaping me came and talked to us there. Then people brought out animals for us to look at. Then we got to walk around the zoo for 20!minutes. Then a vet takled to us. Then we went to OSU, and Maurice Hall, a former running back of football, talked to us. Brittni wore her Michigan sweatshirt, and we sat right in the middle, in front of him; he kept joking about her while he was talking. She got his autograph. Then we went home.