Sunday, December 24, 2006

Merry Christmas Eve!

And Happy Last Day of Hannukah!

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It makes me somewhat proud of the human race when I consider the fact that today was actually a less busy shopping day than yesterday. Way to be not quite as last minute, last-minute-shoppers! Although I did sell some Hannukah-themed gift cards today, and since today is the last day of Hannukah, I think those people might actually win (lose?) the last-minute-shopper award.

I know it's last minute, but here is my gift to any and all of you reading this.

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Saturday, December 23, 2006

Dead, yo

I killed my last blog, mirandomness. Deleted off the interweb. I saved the posts onto my computer before I deleted it, so every once in a while when I get bored enough I'll come back here and post a fond memory. It'll be like traveling back in time, to see what I was like back in early 2005. I was an entirely different person then. I might have been a little bit funnier then, but who knows.

PS. Did you actually try to click that link? Fool.

Friday, December 22, 2006

I'm so excited.

This is going to be the greatest movie ever.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Cs get Degrees

Our final grade has been posted.... I GOT A "C" IN KNR 380! Praise Jesus!

That was the only class that I was truly worried about (Ds are failing in major classes) so I was ecstatic to see that I passed. Woo!

Now lets just hope that the rest of my finals go as well.

Monday, December 11, 2006

Tales from the Front Lanes

I'm really supposed to be studying right now, but since I apparently can't come to the computer without completing at least one non-school-related task, here I am. This is a brief conversation that took place yesterday while I was at work.

Adam: "I could eat an entire house of chicken nuggets right now."
Me: "Really?"
Becky: "The whole house? Like shingles and all?"
Adam: "Well, not like a big house. Just a one story ranch with no basement."
Me: "No basement?"
Adam: "Yeah, I don't like basements."
Becky: "And basement nuggets would be muddy."
Adam: "Ew, yeah. I don' twant muddy nuggets. I'm really hungry."

This story isn't really funny, but it is amusing enough to me to warrent it being posted on here. I am really amused now by how lame my input into the conversation was. Although, to be honest, I don't really remember exactly how it went except that Adam came up to us and announced he wanted a nugget house. And also that Becky thinks basement nuggets are muddy nuggets.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Is that a glacier under your car or are you just happy to see me?

Yeah, that's a glacier.

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I accidentally ran over it when I was leaving for class. Having a glacier wedged up under the front end of your car prevents the car from moving, so I didn't make it to class. Instead I spent the next twenty-five minutes bashing the glacier with ye olde hammer.

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Here's a shot from under the car. You can see how the glacier was stuck up under... the machine parts on the underside of the car. I don't know what it's called, I'm a girl.

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I'm inventing a new label for this post because the best way to describe this incident is simply "Annoyance."

Saturday, December 02, 2006

It's never the ones you expect

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It was made by one of the fine contibutors to a TWoP pixel challenge. If I wanted to, I'd go back and link to the actual page. But I don't want to, because every second I spend at the computer is a second I spend away from my children. And by children I mean Nintendo 64.