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07 December 2005 @ 07:20 pm
 
I wasn't going to, but mirmie said.


January: Happy New Year!!!

February: As I pulled into my driveway this evening, I was rather startled to see a large deer standing at the crest of the tiny hill that marks the end of our property.

March: On the plus side, Dad is doing pretty well.

April: And I quote:

May: I was going to work out today. Truly I was. Then, Nature intervened.

June: This amused me: (worth nothing, this was an lj haiku "no lance bruise under
the right bicep but i've got
a good ten years worth"

July: I would begin this entry by telling you about my week at work.

August:Easy now, people. You'll get your exruciatingly dull and detailed account of dress rehearsal weekend in due time.

September: Two years ago, as some of you may recall, I was involved in a car accident.

October: I am no longer the Human Stock-Ticker! Woohoo!!!!!!!!!

November: Aaaaand.... we're off!

December: Busy day. Christmas shopping!!!!!!!!!!!

Conclusion? I am astonishingly dull. New Year's Resolution the First: become less dull. Become fabulous. If that is not possible, make a decent attempt to become more interesting than a toaster crumpet.

Note: first attempt to be more interesting? Saying 'toaster crumpet' instead of 'English Muffin.'







WATCH THIS SPACE!*

*for possible fabulousness. or better than crumpetness.
 
 
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Nimnimue9 on December 8th, 2005 02:46 am (UTC)
As long as we're talking breakfast breads, at least you don't have 'the emotional maturity of a blueberry muffin"...so you're one up on Wesley.... ;0)
Kel: geeky is the new sexyladyjoust on December 8th, 2005 02:56 am (UTC)
*snort!!!!!!*
orangefae on December 8th, 2005 03:41 am (UTC)
See now:

A woman jouster.

A fab writer.

A supportive friend.

A contagious laugh that comes easier than breathing

the list goes on... but somehow I don't think there's room for dull. ;)
RabbiActorrabbitactor on December 8th, 2005 03:18 pm (UTC)
You're forgetting what a conversational Trump Card Jousting is. You can be in a conversation with just about anybody and when you say "I Joust" you immediatly become the most interesting person there. "Well i swordfight too, but Jousting takes the most time."
(no subject) - punkishfaery on December 9th, 2005 03:14 am (UTC) (Expand)
Ilena Ayalanetsearcher on December 13th, 2005 01:17 am (UTC)
Saying 'toaster crumpet' instead of 'English Muffin.'

mmmmmn, toaster crumpet. Toaster crumpet. Coaster trumpet. Trumpet coaster.

That's what you do with the old ones. Make them into trumpet coasters... :D