Saturday, October 10, 2009

Time for a change

I just thought I'd try a little something new. This blog to get free blog backgrounds is great. I loved most of them and was sad I couldn't use more than one at a time. But for now, this is what we've got.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


  • you are at work and really bored and wishing you could go home but can't because you need money to survive.
  • you see a kid in the library wearing a bright yellow Fresh Prince of Bel Air t-shirt and you are really happy about it.
  • you want to eat Cafe Rio.
  • you wish that your room would magically clean itself.
  • you can't get the phrase "can I get a what what?" out of your head.
  • boys are incomprehensible.
  • the #10 headphones get stolen from the library and people keep asking for them but you have to tell them no.
  • you wonder what you're going to do with your life.
  • you wish you could go back to Peru. Who's with me?
  • it's 7:40 in the pm.
  • you take 2 showers in one day (but if you're Katie you do that all the time).
  • you are a samecestor which might be a tragedy or a travesty, I'm not really sure.
  • you try to make a really long list of things that aren't important.
  • the technological world is too much to handle and you wish that none of it had been invented so that we would appreciate the real world.
  • you accidentally erase A LOT of songs off of your ipod.
  • you see people talking to themselves as they walk around the library.
  • you keep not watching The Office because you need to catch up on the previous season first.
  • you try to win a free laptop even though you know deep down it's a hoax.
  • your Biology 100 teacher wears a bright blue Hawaiian shirt with jeans, a purple belt, and tennis shoes to class and strangely enough you think it looks good on him.
  • at work you are required to learn that the two pillars standing at the entrance to Solomon's Temple are named Jachin and Boaz.
  • this post ends and the writer and invites you to contribute to the list if you feel so inclined.

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