Wednesday, February 25, 2004

In a world where no one is dead, however, I want to marry Edward Gorey. We could live in a monstrous, dark mansion somewhere in the English countryside. We could wear dark Victorian clothes and have a garden with oddly-shaped hedges. Our evenings could be spent reading dark poetry and drinking red wine out of pewter goblets in front of our enormous, gothic fireplace.

In a completely different world where no one is dead, I want to marry John Denver. We could live in the Rocky Mountains in a small wooden cabin. We could eat foliage and spend our evenings around a campfire, singing "Rocky Mountain High." We could grow our hair long and compost everything.

See? Don't you SEE?

Tuesday, February 24, 2004

The best kind of man is dark, and brilliant, and dead.
I woke up an hour early today, because my clock somehow managed to get set ahead. Never before have I been so angry.

Monday, February 23, 2004

O curses on eBay, the scourge of my wallet.

Thursday, February 19, 2004

I think, and I'm sure you'll all agree, that it's high time they started fortifying Oreos.
I have found that warm clothes make you warmer. HOWEVER, they also help you fall asleep in class.

Everyone (especially expat Canadians) needs to read this frequently.

Also, if you desire to play a profound, scintillating, and soul-entangling game, go here. Trust me on this one. You won't regret it.

Tuesday, February 17, 2004

"Best western." Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...

How do I kill all plants? Even while faithfully watering them? Is it just something about my presence? Maybe I'm just too sexy for them to handle. (Felisa & Becca should appreciate that one. Ahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...)

Sunday, February 15, 2004

Apparently, I'm one of these.
I watched Open Range last night. I love a good gunfight. It was the best western I've seen in a while. So old-fashioned, and yet with Kevin Costner. It was marvelous.

It made me want to read Louis L'Amour books.

I'm listening to country at the moment. What could be more glorious? ;)

Saturday, February 14, 2004

Edward Gorey and Lemony Snicket! Who needs university boys when one can fill one's life with real men like Gorey and Lemony?

Oh, and by the way, Trader Joe's Chili and Lime corn chips with Trader Joe's fresh salsa is a combination that is (probably) more impressive than any illegal substance most people could drum up. Cheaper, too.

What happens when one combines dark chocolate covered espresso beans with kava kava? Guess we'll find out... Fortunately, I'm not the lab rat. Felisa is! :D

Thursday, February 12, 2004

You know what really irritates me? When you say something to someone and they respond with, "Right on...right on..."

Clearly, they either can't wrap their pitiful little minds around what you've said, or they just don't care. Either way, it's annoying. So don't do it! Any of you!

I am utterly addicted to Perspectives Online. Au secours, au secours!

Thursday, February 05, 2004

I have anger towards Pepsi for having the free MP3 campaign. And anger towards Coke for not having the free MP3 campaign. Pepsi is rather gross, really. So fie on Coke for not pulling themselves together!

Monday, February 02, 2004

Well, Josh had to cancel San Diego, poor guy. He has an upper respiratory and sinus infection! Sounds lovely, doesn't it... Poor dude.

Oh, well, I thoroughly enjoyed the Shrine concert, as well as the Zachary Provost and Bloody Lovelies performances on Saturday night! Eric was as adorable as ever, and Randy, whom I'd never met before, was utterly wonderful in every particular. Ah, men. Sometimes they're just wonderful.

It was also great to see Paul Spaeth again, even if only for a brief moment. He's incredibly talented and very sweet.

I only wish I could have spoken to David Foster. But I didn't want to bother him, as he seemed busy. And I'm really not a stalker. Truly! :)