My head hurts, I’m tired, my stomach feels odd, and I’m going to bed. I had chicken noodle soup. The sample of antelope steak was good. My book was good.
As proof that I am tired: I wrote the above at 8. It is now 10. :p
Until next time, I am: a mindless blob of goo.
Word of the Day: insurrection
I’m out of ideas. I literally have no ideas for blog titles any more. What chinchillas have to do with this post, I have no clue. Also, they don’t rawr.
It’s raining really hard right now, and the wind is blowing. I need to pack for antelope hunting. I have a book. We march tomorrow.
Until next time, I am: a chinchilla.
Word of the Day: conquistador
So, I didn’t write that title. Like, I wrote it, but I didn’t write it. I was talking to someone else and my hands typed a title without conscious effort. That was the result. Apparently my mind demands that I dedicate this post to bacon.
I had a strip of bacon for breakfast this morning. And one mini-doughnut and a juice-box. Best breakfast ever!
I think a better placement of meals would be a meal at noon, a meal at evening, and one at midnight. That would be nice.
Until next time, I am: Wasting time on the internet.
Word of the Day: Enunciate
I am going to be creating a labyrinth on a floor with tape. If I want to make it removable, I must create it on a sheet. If my labyrinth is 15 feet wide and my sheet is 13, will I be able to construct my labyrinth as planned?
The answer is no. I am now going to create the labyrinth on the floor at the last minute to avoid its destruction by careless feet. As I am no longer constrained by the boundaries of the sheet of unknown size, I am increasing the size of my maze to 18 feet across. This will give me 10.4 inch wide pathways instead of 9 inch pathways. I truly believe after today that ratio and proportion is the single most useful thing we learned in math.
Aside from that, I also am attending some college days thing tomorrow. Should be interesting. Hopefully no one gets eaten by flying pumas with handguns. 🙂
Until next time, I am: drawing a poster with a tree on it.
Word of the Day: flabbergasted
A Haiku about Getting Up in the Morning
No no no no no
No no no no no no no
No no no no no
Apparently it’s weird that high-school students drink black coffee. I was talking to some old people at church and they just could not believe that I even liked coffee. I think the last two syllables of the haiku should be coffee. Coffee….
Until next time, I am: blond.
Word of the Day: caffinated
I’m watching Olympus Has Fallen. Last night I saw White House House Down. I keep mentally comparing them. There are o many similarities that I’m surprised there has been no lawsuit yet. Like, seriously, these movies are virtually one in the same.
On the bright side, I have homemade popcorn.
Until next time, I am: still comparing the movies.
Word of the Day: popcorn
My news article was on the recent choosing of the blobfish as both the World’s Ugliest Animal and the mascot of the Ugly Animal Preservation Society to raise money for the endangered creature. I had five people read the article and examine a picture of a blobfish, then voice their opinions on this.
My mother had the shortest, simplest opinion of “eww.” Further discussion revealed that she just thought they were ugly. My father, who had seen the article before I showed him, offered a more lengthy opinion. He thought that it was definitely the world’s ugliest animal and that the level of press would probably help raise money to protect the endangered, homely creature. JH when interviewed said that she thought that all animals deserved to be protected, regardless of whether or not humans find them attractive. AH wondered how the blobfish was classified as a fish and said that she didn’t consider it to be a fish. She too, agreed that it was ugly. KF held a unique opinion, saying that “if it looks bad and doesn’t affect people, then I say get rid of it.” However, when asked to repeat the statement, she formed a nicer opinion as though she felt her original view would be held badly.