Sunday, October 07, 2007

I can't quit you

I was totally going to be done. Again. I was just going to keep on reading all of your blogs and let mine sort of fall by the wayside. But then I remembered how nice it is to have this little on-line memento of how my days progress and all the crazy things that go on around here. My mind is a lovely little pool of jell-o lately, but here's a few random thoughts to get you through until I get back from Seattle.

-I hate the terrorists. Hate hate hate. I hate that I can only have one little zip-loc bag full of liquid-y things. Granted this is only a three day trip, but I have a lot of liquid-y things (did you know that MASCARA is considered a liquid? The heck?)

-I have crammed all of my things into one carry on bag. It's still not full yet, which causes me unending joy because I can bring a second pair of shoes! (It's the little things, people. Trust me).

-I am taking dance again. We're learning TWO dances this year, so I'm super excited.

-Ballet is much harder than Tap. Seriously because your feet move fast enough in tap that you can kind of flub your way through it and it's not the end of the world if you miss a little thing here and there.

-We leave for Seattle in two days. I am already officially done with family drama and want to just get there already.

-I am going to Mt. St. Helen's. This pleases me more than you know.

-We have been so verra busy that it's hard to find time to do anything, let alone blog.

-Jeff Dunham is freaking hilarious!

-The Asian beetles (think ladybugs only slightly less pretty and a whole lot a stinky when killed) and The Boxelder bugs are driving me to the brink of insanity. Nothing is more annoying than hearing that little "tick tick" as the little bastards hit themselves against the light bulb. Repeatedly.

So, that's it. I promise that I will be filling my camera with pretty pictures & will be sure to post them when I get back. And maybe by that point, things will have slowed down around here and I'll get back to your regularly scheduled programming.

Until then. . .