I’m so wise!

January 10, 2008


That was my having a divinely insperational moment. The result?

Your day is like a piece of glass. One small crack or hole and the entire thing is ruined.
the morale?
Pile up all your unpleasent things on one day, so the rest are purrfect. This only works if you absolutely nothing upleasent to do on the other days.

C ya, gotta doo sum skule


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Really Lazy or Sick

December 31, 2007

Holy Wow! I just slept for 12 hours. Straight. That’s a really long time to be asleep. My normal nightime schedule goes something like this:
10-11 go to bed
12-1:30 start going to sleep (stop reading)
1o-11:30 pm wake up.
=10 hours of sleep (about)

Last night it was more like:
8:45 go to bed cuz I was really tired
10:15 stopped reading
sometime between 11 and 12 went to sleep
12:30-1 wake up!!!
=12 hours of sleep!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I reason that I either

1. am really lazy

2. had one of those eight hour colds or flus or something, and it happened entirely while i was asleep and made me tired.

but whatever the reason, I just slept for 12 hours. That’s a really long time

C ya

Hehe, I’m not so bright

November 28, 2007

   This has absolutely nothing to do with anything, but my uncle just walked in with a dead flying squirrel. He’s in pest control, so that sort of thing happens regularly. So, anyway, on with the stupidness.
   Well, in a nutshell, I fed the horse my finger. It was painful. I was trying to feed him a Sweetart, but he was having a little bit of trouble picking it up off my palm. I found out later that he could have picked it up if he wanted to, but whatever. So I decided to just pop it in his mouth and take my hand out. The horse didn’t think that way. Ouch.

C ya, I guess I can’t stall any longer. I gotta do school 😦 Maybe I can convince mom that a lot of my computer/nes games are educational.

Hehe, I’m so clever

November 28, 2007

I got grounded the other day. I can’t even remember what for, but I’m not allowed on the computer or nes. Of course, I immediately saw the good in that, as I would be unable to do my french or my World Book, which is a digital encyclopedia. However, my mom changed it so that I could do those things, when dad told her about it. But, (this is the clever bit) awhile ago, mom said my blog counted as school, in the form of “creative writing”! So it’s school! Once I explained my superior logic to my maternal unit, she realized she was dealing with an intellect greater than her own. So I can blog. W00t w00t!!!!

 c ya, gonna write more blogs.

Well, a lot has happened since the last time I posted. We went to the Barnum & Baily and Ringling Bros. circus. I guess they merged or something. It was cool, but nobody walked on a tightrope, which was something I was looking forward to:(. Today was the first sticking snow of the year. We got about two inches, but it’s all supposed to melt by the end of the day. Today is, of course, Thanksgiving. My family is big so it’s gonna be really crowded at Aunt Tracy’s house. Sry, That’s all I got today.

C ya, gonna go play super mario bros.

 P.S. I saw Transformers. It was really cool. you should see it.

Yesterday, if you didn’t already know, was “Devil’s Night”. We toilet papered Mich’s house, but we got caught, and we had to leave. Then we went home. Then I soap wrote all over my aunt Tonya’s van. I wrote “The ‘Milk and Juice’ van!!!” and then a bunch of hearts and Xs and Os. That may not make sense to you, but here’s the background:

About a month ago, aunt Tonya was talking to uncle Dan, and she told him they needed to go get milk and juice, cuz we were out. Well, there’s a party store about half a mile from our house, so we were expecting them right back. They were gone about two hourse.  A couple days later, they said, “we’re out of milk and juice, and the party store is closed, so we’ll be gone a few hours.” Half an hour later, I went to the party store, forgetting what they had said. It was still open. The van they take, it has a back seat that reclines to the equivelent of a queen sized bed. Hence,  the “Milk and Juice van.”

A few days ago, Zach was saying, “isn’t it weird that fourteen years ago, I didn’t exist.” “Yup,” says aunt Tonya. Then dad interjected before she could say anything else: “Yeah, they ran out of milk and juice, and BAM, there you were.”

C ya, gonna contemplater whether I feel like writing another post tonight or not.