Monthly Archives: December, 2007
I’ve never had a New Year’s resolution before. Well… I think I had one once in high school, and I think it was to not have a resolution. They just seemed silly to me, like a list of promises that you pretty much just jinxed yourself into not keeping. For the most part, they still [...]
It was really entertaining coming home to my loyal feed reader today after work and reading entry upon entry of “Merry Christmas!” and “Happy Holidays!”
Pardon me for being a little Scrooge-y today, but today at work I saw a lot of cranky Christmas shoppers. Seriously, everybody was grouchy, hurried, and had awful attitudes. It’s like [...]
I have a confession to make. I saw High School Musical. I liked it. A lot.
Edit: And now I’ve seen HSM2 as well. I liked it… just not as much as the first one.
The last couple of days, Oklahoma has seen a crazy ice storm. It’s mostly melted by now, but half of my town is without power still (and it’s spotty, block-by-block), and most of the roads look like a war zone… trees down everywhere. We lost electricity yesterday for about twelve hours, and my work lost [...]
“Peer pressure” was one of those big buzzwords (buzz-phrases?) when I was growing up, and I remember thinking that it was the stupidest thing I’d ever heard of. I couldn’t comprehend a situation where I had to go along with my friends or they wouldn’t be my friends anymore. I thought that real people didn’t [...]