Monday, June 24, 2002

Man, I had the best dream last night, the kind that leaves you in a daze for the next ten hours after you wake up. All I’m saying is that it involved Josh Jackson. Whew.



I finally caught the first episode of the new season of Road Rules today. I couldn’t believe how young everyone seemed, and then I saw that the oldest one is only 22. Man, back when RW/RR came out, everyone seemed so much older than me. And, well, given that I was probably 12 at the time, I guess they were. But really, weren’t they more in the 23-26ish age group then? Now most of them are younger than me, and its kinda freaking me out. Probably because it means that soon I will be too old to be on it, and I don’t want to not have the option.



I couldn’t help it, I had to play.



Crystal is…

considered by connoisseurs everywhere to be the best crystal in the world

the customary gift

a fourth ``state'' that certain kinds of matter can enter into under the right conditions

considered as the Crystal Yoga

jam-packed with adventures

not available to wholesale or trade agents

one the world's foremost experts on the subject of language.



Crystal Ward is…

our new NCC/ICC congratulations Crystal!!

the social studies department head and teaches government at Lewiston High School, also represents the MEA at meetings ...



(You put in the phrase “(your name) is” in Google, and see what you find!)



I’m getting more excited, and more than a little nervous about the blogathon! Its just over a month away, and I know its going to be a blast, but I really want better entries than I had last year. So many of the posts last year were your basic “I’m still awake!”, and I want to actually write more this time. So, any suggestions? Oh, and I have to do it without soda this year. Basically, that means Starbucks is a girl’s best friend.



I checked out the other sites on the ring today, and sponsored a couple of other bloggers. Have you sponsored someone yet? Come on! Go do it! Be a good person!



I am finally starting to feel like its summer. Shorts and flip flops, ponytails and air conditioning. It’s a good feeling, and I think I really need to go out and soak up the sun, because I haven’t quite taken advantage of it. Perhaps on Tueday I will lay outside with tanning oil and sunglasses, reading a book while the sun turns me a darker shade of pale.



Tomorrow will be a busy day. Tickets in the morning, which takes about three hours, but is all kinds of fun, Bank and Kryger in the afternoon. Cheap daytime TV in between. I’m looking forward to it, really. I need cash, bigtime. I just found out that my mom hasn’t been sending in my horse board payments, and so I am three months behind. Three Months. I’m lucky Brian hasn’t sold Emmett or something. I feel awful. I plan to pay him first, and then try to pay my truck payment before I acquire a late fee, then go for insurance and cell phone. I do not like the power money has over my life, at all. I’m sick of being so deep in debt that I cant even see the light of day. Here I am getting closer to getting my own house, and I wont even have the cash to fill it with things that will make me happy. Weeks like this when I have a full schedule of work are great, and they make a huge difference in the bill paying, but it sucks that I never know when I’m going to have a busy week and when I’ll have one where I don’t make a dime. I really, really need a winning lottery ticket about now.



And so ends my whining.



Impressive or really sad? I got 80% on the Full House Quiz at tvguide.com

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