December 30, 2006

Sarah Mclachlan-River

December 23, 2006

Oh man, this made my day. Welcome to my world of stupid criminals.

December 22, 2006

If you've ever wanted to know, without a doubt, just how jolly I can be, today is your lucky day. For a dose of yuletide cheer, click here.

December 17, 2006

So much for trying to avoid another one of these.
Ok, so it wasn't quite the same. I'm just kind of confused. I've managed to make it the past 20 years without spending any time in a hospital. (Not counting my birth of course.)
But two ER visits in a month? What's up with that?
This morning starts out wonderfully. Waking up to the sounds of new fallen snow, hot, steamy shower, watching ER (the tv show, not the place), peacefully doing my makeup and blowdrying my hair....
Fast forward an hour later. My good hair day is now plastered with wet slush, my shoes are soaking wet, my car is damaged, my thumb is swelling, and my mouth is swearing.
I was able to navigate the impassable, unplowed roads all the way to work....almost.
Literally one block from work, Mr. Geo Prizm decides to have a spin out.
So here I go a-sliding into the curb.
Oh look, now I'm stuck in the snow.
Ten minutes later, I'm still stuck and very cold.
Hooray, some nice guy stopped to help me.
Well, he can't get it unstuck either.
Oh good, he'll get his truck and tow rope.
Yay, it's working. We're moving.
Almost there.
Almost there.
Curb, tires, steering wheel turning.
Thumb getting whacked by steering wheel.
Thumb swelling, pain shooting.
Thanking nice guy. Holding back tears.
So here I sit, several hours and pain pills later.
My car is parked, undrivable, in the parking lot and my thumb looks like this.

So off I go to get an x-ray. Luckily it's not broken. Just a possible torn ligament, as if thats good news.
Needless to say, it's been less than a peachy day.
I'm going home to have a Lortab.

December 11, 2006

How cute is my Sophie?? I was feeling creative today so I made her take a very cold outing to the park so I could snap these.
I'm satisfied.

December 09, 2006

I'm feeling disgruntled and I need to rant. So if you are in a happy place and wish to stay there, I would advise that you discontinue reading right now.
There are a few things in this world that annoy me. Things I just don't get.
I think that people who want to be allowed out in public should have to pass a common sense test. I feel like I encounter way too many people who just don't have the brains to be out and about.

Things that annoy me.
~People who don't know how to drive. I got stuck behind this car today going four miles under the speed limit and hugged the left side of the lane when he made a right turn. I wanted to slash his tires!

~People who don't understand the self check-out at Walmart. I got stuck behind this lady who was staring at the scanner like a monkey doing a math problem for like ten minutes. IT TALKS TO YOU! IT'S NOT THAT HARD! IT WALKS YOU THROUGH STEP BY STEP! Also, when people bring two loaded down carts full of groceries and try to squeeze them all on the little bag holder platform. It irks me.

~People who are control freaks. I get bothered when someone has to have their hand in EVERYTHING! Does anyone else feel not trusted by someone who has to always be in control? Someone who always has to know what's going on even if it doesn't involve them? Irritated.

~Working weekends. I work every single weekend. I realize the fact that I most likely will be doing so for a long time. I've accepted it. I'm moving on.
However. It really sucks when everyone else works on my days off. Then I have nothing to do with myself and I end up wishing I was at work. It makes life seem very pointless.

~Rude people. I won't even get into this one. Grown women who act like children? You know who you are and I hope you get smitten for what you did to my friend. Rude.

I think I'd better stop before I get into trouble.
I apologize for passing on my hateful feelings.
But I do feel better.
Leann Rimes-Something's Gotta Give

December 07, 2006

Ok Lianne, here you go.
This is the soundtrack of my life.


1. Open your library on your Ipod or other MP3 player
2. Put it on shuffle.
3. Press play.
4. For every question type the song that’s playing.
5. When you go to a new question press the next button

Opening Credits:

Waking up: Fall to Pieces-Avril Lavigne. Oh lovely, that's promising.

Falling in love: Disease-Matchbox 20. Sniff.

Fight song: How Sweet It Is-Michael Buble. I'm getting confused.

Break up song: Where Is Your Heart-Kelly Clarkson. Making a little more sense.

Making Up: Carry This Picture-Dashbord Confessional. Now we're talking.

Life’s Okay: Santa Fe-Rent Soundtrack. Ok, sure. Life's ok in Santa Fe.

Mental Breakdown: What Hurts The Most-Rascal Flatts. I get that.

Driving: Who Wouldn't Want To Be Me-Keith Urban. Definitely a driving song.

Flashbacks: Our Little World-Into The Woods Soundtrack. You don't get more reminiscing-y than that.

Happy Dance: Holding Out For A Hero-Shrek 2 Soundtrack. More of a dramatic, sliding across the floor, using a spatula for a microphone kind of song.

Regret: The Story Of My Old Man-Good Charlotte. I'm glad this one doesn't apply to me.

Final Battle: Body Language-Queen. I guess I'll be struck dumb for my final battle?

Death Scene: From A Distance-Bette Midler. Aww, glistening tear.

Final Credits: Hella Good-No Doubt. Damn Straight!

Now, it’s your turn. What is the soundtrack to your life?