Monday, January 30, 2006
moon goddess: oh well
moon goddess: i'm killing 2 birthdays
moon goddess: and then i don't have anyone until you
moon goddess: and i just realized that i need to get you a bday gift.
moon goddess: hmmmm
wildorchid: *cracks whip*
moon goddess: and getting you drunk and laid just won't do it this year...
Tuesday, January 24, 2006
Everyday I read dooce.com
Why? Because the woman who writes it is fucking BRILLIANT
I really should email her and tell her "You are fucking brilliant. Screw the people who tell you that you are 1. a bad mom 2. a bad person 3. a bad ex-mormon. Your blog is the shit and it makes my work day bearable THE END"
I was going to write this on a post card I had of humping giraffes and send it to her from Kenya, but then I got VD (Vomiting Diarrhea) food poisoning and instead of writing postcards, I was lying in the fetal position on a dirty bathroom floor trying not to die. But some day, I will tell her how entertained I am by her FUCKING BRILLIANT Blog.
Meanwhile READ IT and bask in the incredible funniness that is: dooce.com
Tuesday, January 17, 2006
I'm back from Kenya. I have been running around like an absolute crazy lady and not updating this blog for the three people who read it, hahahaha.
What I want to do is actually post my journal (that's not quite written) from Kenya onto this blog because I never write things down and type so much faster than I write and have so much time at work to type so it make sense that it should be typed out. I just need to organize my thoughts first. But then it will be here!
I put this picture in because I am in the back right background and it makes me feel special. This is the only play I've ever been in (not counting the "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" play in which I was an extra in third grade) and I totally stole the headband I'm wearing in the picture :P
Imagine we are all the same.
Imagine we agreed about politics,
religion and morality. Imagine
we like the same types of music,
are, food and coffee. Imagine we
all look alike. Sound boring?
Differences need not divide us.
Embrace diversity. Dignity is
everyone's human right.
-- Bill Brummel
His programs focus on human