Tuesday, September 30, 2003

My thought for today:

Nothing makes one feel cleaner than lotioning one's elbows.

Yeah, university is really working for me.

Monday, September 29, 2003

As a sidenote, I'm considering putting up a poll to the following effect:

Q: Do you think that through the course of attending numerous university-level classes designed to stimulate mental powers and increase the scope of one's knowledge, Diana will eventually come up with anything worth saying in her narrowly-read blog?

I'm still wondering whether it would be wise to enable a comment option on that one. Although, from the look of things, I doubt it would matter much.

You can now listen to the NEW Josh Groban song that makes everyone cry, You Raise Me Up, and the NEW Josh Groban song that gives everyone goosebumps, Oceano.

It's amazing. Truly.

Time for a pop quiz:

University is:
a) a place for a little fun and a little study.
b) a den of iniquity.
c) a place of endless unhealthy eating.
d) an amusing place to reside comfortably and lazily.

Well, folks, the answer today is c) a place of endless unhealthy eating. It's sad, but true.

That's about all I have to say for today. Well besides this: Communion bread is GOOD!

Thursday, September 25, 2003

Well, I'm now in California!

Yes, I realize there was somewhat of a leap there between July 13 and September 25. I was taking a...sabbatical, if you will.

I am currently eating fresh California strawberries and drinking lemonwater. Mmmm...lemonwater. Doesn't that sound delightful? It is, especially sitting amongst my pale yellow rugs, and my delightful pale blue pillows. I think I'm becoming girly or something. It's scary. The other day, I very nearly giggled. I don't know what's come over me.

Anyways, I don't have a whole lot to say at this point. I shall attempt to update my blog more frequently, because I know how ALL of the SCORES of people who read my worthless babbling really DO care about me, even if they DON'T ever post comments, and my insanely difficult struggle to actually make the comment function work was all for nought...