bored at the 8-5

i didn’t actually talk about my 8-5, i just mentioned it in reference to this image. omg i removed the image because it was lame.


as a result of messing things up, some of my archive links don’t work right now. i’ll get to that later. i’m awfully tired of typing.

i shore messed up

yea, i accidentally deleted something very important to the functionality of my blog. anyhow, i lost almost all of the comments that you guys made.. i’ve spend the last 4 hours copying and pasting all my entries back into the database. that was fun.

it ain’t thursday

nope, it’s not.
1. How are you planning to spend the summer?
relaxin’, chillin’, knitting summery things, hanging out, refining my taste for a cold beer on a hot afternoon.
2. What was your first summer job?
a paper route that lasted 4 years.
3. If you could go anywhere this summer, where would you go?
i’ve always wanted to go to australia, but amsterdam is a close second.
4. What was your worst vacation ever?
i haven’t been on enough vacations to have a bad one yet.
5. What was your best vacation ever?
my honeymoon. in vegas.

i vow

to not blog about my 8-5 for at least a week. last night was fun. i went down to the tavern with kurt and hung out with a wine slinger named pete. he helped me improve my pool for a little bit. time flew and i had to go home. for dinner i had a toasted slice of rye with goat cheese (chevre) and diced tomato. it was scrumptious. kurt and i are planning something for tonight with some frozen halibut. yea, i know, frozen fish sucks, but it’s cheaper and we don’t have to eat it the same night that we buy it.

it’s bleepin’ hot!

i can’t even take a 2 day vacation without coming back to 6,000 things that are “due right now”. sometimes i wonder what would happen if i just said, “sorry. won’t do it anymore. here’s my 2 weeks.” the problem with that is, the team of wonderful people with whom i work would be f*cked for a little while. they’re not the problem here. the problem here is all the people that don’t know anything about their own $80,000,000 a yr. website but expect miracles from a 7 person team. okay. that’s quite enough about work. the vacation was really nice. it was nice to not have to get up, it was nice to gamble a bit. kurt took lots of pictures, so i’ll have some to post, soon. since almost everyone on the boat was over 60, i got carded every single time we went on. the ferrets were pretty toasty when we got home, but they wouldn’t stop playing since they’d been caged for 2 days. kurt’s attempting to put the a/c in right now. we’ll see how well that goes.

begin: vacation

knowing that i have monday and tuesday off, i actually slept until 11:30 this morning. i haven’t slept into the double digits since new year’s day. it’s almost 3p now and i’m still in my pj’s. what a glorious life. :)

you know

what day it is. hair? lame.
1. Is your hair naturally curly, wavy, or straight? Long or short?
wavy and naturally short.
2. How has your hair changed over your lifetime?
from booger green to turquiose, to purple blue and lime green, to orange. where it will stay.
3. How do your normally wear your hair?
on my head.
4. If you could change your hair this minute, what would it look like?
it would be shinier, shorter, and it would constantly emit a rose-like smell.
5. Ever had a hair disaster? What happened?
i don’t really consider my hair having the possibility of being disasterous. it will grow back.