Sunday, January 18, 2009

one more before dawn breaks.


This was after I did my sexy vampire belly dance to muse. yeah I went there.


I made crepes! yum. I have a cold now. Boo.

Forgetful me.

Oh and I forgot.... Eric now wants to be a vampire. My plan is complete. I am now dating... wait for it.... Eric the almost Edward-like almost vampire man.

Again? you say.


We (Erin and I) saw Twilight again tonight, and it was surprisingly better. Eric came with us this time and it was amazing. I think the lady next to Erin wanted to kill us. The sparkly Edward scene is just too funny. Eric had some fantastically hysterical comments about the movie that were just leaving us in stitches. Especially the one about how the vampires in the old days looked like some kind of 80's pop band. So true. Also he said, and I am only putting this up just in case Erin forgets, "It's totally normal for teenage girls to be only wearing underwear when a 110 year old man is in the room with them." Perfect end to a perfect night.

Monday, January 5, 2009


I made the decision that in order to be a good blogger you need to have some sort of handle on how to spell. I don't have any handle on my spelling so I couldn't write what I had originally proposed for this blog.

Now I have decided to talk about my poor grammar and bad spelling so that way I can easily let everyone know I was an English major. Yes, I did go to college and I in fact did graduate with a degree in the fine art of writing, yet I am still completely unsure of the difference between staring and starring. Which one means looking intently and which one means the leading role? Don't ask me cause without I wouldn't be able to tell you.

This just goes to show two facts. In college writing content is way more important than grammatical errors, and that you can spend your whole life around writing and books and still walk away not knowing some simple things.

So the moral of the story is, the next time you meet someone who has a degree in writing, don't expect them to know how to spell. Look for the people who have a degree in literature. They're the sticklers for all of that crap.

This blog was only supposed to say..."I had a staring contest with my cat and he won."

Friday, January 2, 2009

So Virginal


I have decided that this is my dream home. I mean what is there not to love about this home. It's right next to the water, and I mean RIGHT next to the water, if you were sleep walking you would probably drown. Also, this home is just overflowing with character and class. Nothing says elegance like wooden signs plastered all over your house. All joking aside I really do like this home... or should I say boat?

It's a little overdone yet oddly enough, it's totally cute. There are so many perks to its location as well. It's close to the "Sleepless in Seattle" house, the boats from the "Deadliest Catch" and the world famous Ballard Locks. Can you say A-mazing. I think it would actually be pretty damn cool to be lulled to sleep each night by the gentle waves, and to possibly always smell like the ocean. The locks can be pretty cool to I guess.

I have chosen my roommates carefully, because a place like this needs cohabitants with just as much class and character as the home. After much deliberation I have decided to live there with my two beat poet friends Kerouac and Cassady.
We would spend the day on the deck watching the salmon jump by and drinking chocolate milk. Milk is nothing without the chocolate.

Also I would like to state for the record the snow in Washington can suck it.

And can someone please explain to me why my apartment neighbors annoying children must run up and down the hallways at all hours of the night? Once you have explained that to me please fill me in on what the hell they are doing hording shopping carts. I mean WTF.
wtf cart?
Must I remind you that those are not public property.

P.S. I also am not a fan of the SSP. Ronald Mcfondle scares me.
But I do enjoy the Rat City Rollergirls.