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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

so what did you think I would say? you can't run away you can't run away so what did you think I would say? you can't run away you can't run away

Is it November yet? Okay...that kinda makes me a bit of a dork, but oh,well... Check out the Rate-a-trailer bit on E! online for the new Harry Potter movie.

And...I don't understand why Psychology Today had this article from the Nov/Dec 2003 issue of their magazine on their site just yesterday or today, but either way it amuses me.

Blah...I'm bored...and don't know what else to do... Oh, car was stupid today. First the dumb key wouldn't turn, so I couldn't turn the dumb thing on...and then when I shut the door (and, no, I did not slam the door), the stupid window broke. And by broke, I mean shattered. I seriously, need a new car.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

you say you'll call but I know you you say you're coming home but I know you you say you'll call but I know you won't

I don't know what to do...I'm almost certain that after today I'm single. And that's not what I want. I want him and I to be able to work things out and stay together. I don't want to eventually be with someone else...or even with nobody else. Not that being happy on my own is a bad alternative, it's just not what I want. I want to be happy with him. It's not fair that we're unable to get along... I don't want to have to go over and see him in a few days for the sole reason of getting my things and giving him the things of his that I have.

Last night, when he said something along the lines of the baseball game and homework/studying today...I knew that he meant that he probably wouldn't have time to see me. Nevermind that when he told me that he was going to baseball game on Sunday, that he'd still have time for me afterwards. But I knew that he wouldn't…

I really was hoping that this weekend would go well for us...I needed it to. But I'm so worn out by not being good enough for him, by not being what he wants, by always feeling like I'm the very last thing on his list of priorities...I just can't do it anymore.

I told him last night, that for a while now I've been aware that I'm not going to marry him...even though I want to. Even though I've been going through the motions of planning a wedding...I wasn't going to let anyone put any deposits down or anything like that because I didn't want to hurt him yet by telling him that I'm not willing to go through with this relationship.

::sigh:: I knew that I was going to post this blog entry, so I changed the password to my MySpace account just in case he was tempted to sign in as me and read this. ::sigh:: I think I've only signed in as him once, and I told him about it the same day.

I miss him already...and we haven't even actually ended things much does that suck?

[originally posted on my MySpace blog - as a "private" post]

I created the Sound of Madness wrote the book on pain somehow I'm still here to explain that the darkest hour never comes in the night

I like this slideshow of America's Most Incredible National Parks. And...I've actually visited the parks in pictures 2 and 6. I liked the park in picture 2 better than the park in picture 6. Here are some pictures that I took while visiting there (and other places).

This made me giggle when I read it: unwitting 73 y/o Dutch man tends marijuana plants on doorstep.

What a fruit loop! This guy shot his lawn mower because it wouldn't start.

And...I'm not quite sure how good of an idea gummy bears to help fight tooth decay in elementary age kids is... Y'know? Because there are quite a few kids that would just want to pig out on the sweets and then they'd have healthy teeth, but then have other health problems (such as obesity).

And's some amusement from Overheard in New York...

The Girls Learn How Important It Is to Be Cute
Man: That's a very cute dog!
Girl #1: Yes, she is. My dad got her at a pet store. He was going to get a dog at the shelter, but he didn't want to.
Girl #2: Yeah, so the dog he would have gotten at the shelter died, because it was a kill shelter.
Dad: Um, I'm not really taking full responsibility for that.
Girl #1: The dog was killed. Just because you didn't want it.
Girl #2: Yeah, dad.
Dad: Really. I think this is less than 5% my fault. Look, this where we get off.
Man: Have a good night! Sleep well.
-- Elevator, 82nd & 3rd

Ten Bucks Says He's Making Water Balloons
Hipster passing large, bald man blocking doorway: Excuse me.
Large, bald man: What are you in a hurry for?
(hipster points to condoms and goes to the counter to pay for them)
Large, bald man: You're totally on a condom run!
(hipster smiles and glances back to the man)
Large, bald man: Did you pull out of that s***?
Hipster: Nope, just having marathon sex.
Large, bald man: I'd high-five you, but I know where those hands have been.
(hipster leaves, laughing)
-- Deli, 7th Ave & Christopher St

how about a better version of the way that I am how about a better version that makes me understand how about a better version of the way that I am

::sigh:: I'm not looking forward to the end of the weekend... The last two weekends have gone terribly for the boy and I told him that I was using this weekend as a test. Meaning that if it went well, I wasn't going to give up and quit...but if it went badly like the previous two, then I wasn't going to keep trying to make this work and I quit. Because I'm worn out. ::sigh:: And I really don't think he heard me when I said that because the next thing he said was as though I hadn't just told him that. I kinda think that maybe he was in denial, but I don't know. And then it was just depressing because I said it to him again and that we weren't going to have any time together before the weekend ended. And what was left unsaid was that it was going to end really badly, instead of amicably... a bittersweet 'yay' for me, for once I managed to say to him what I meant without totally losing my self-control. Since I tend to do that around him. I mean, not be able to keep up my willpower and do what I want... I can't say 'no' to him...and I don't know why. least, I was able to keep it up until we went back to his house and cuddled for about an hour. After that...I was confused...and didn't know what to do...

It doesn't help that I really do love not being able to work things out, but wanting to... I just get so confused when I'm around him and things aren't tense between us...

And...just in case it might matter...I liked this: How I want to be kissed. I don't agree with everything...but a lot of it sounds like what I think.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

I wanna kiss that smile that's on your face I need you wrapped up in these arms I want you just the way you are come on over

Today, my Cosmo horoscope says...
Libra - Brazen Jupiter says it's fine to be a party girl this weekend; just don't do anything too embarrassing.
Surprisingly, it's semi-fitting...but nobody has to worry about me doing anything embarrassing at the party today that my parents are hosting at our house.

I still have to do some stuff to get myself ready for the day...but...I'm being lazy and don't really feel like doing anything. Yeah...I'm cool like that...

Anyway, there really wasn't anything that I wanted to!!

Friday, July 25, 2008

waiter! bring me water! I gotta make him keep his cool bring me water! he's acting like a fool bring me water!

And today the Cosmo horoscope says...
Libra - If you're on a man-pleasing mission tonight, Saturn says that your first priority should be to prolong his staying power so that you get satisfaction too.
Hahahahaha!!! I don't know what to say to that...

But's been a few days since I posted anything. So it's time for the weekly round up of what amused me this week...
.:. An interesting article from Psychology Today about liars: Spotting the Liar. Ways to know when someone is lying...well, y'know, as long as the person lying to you isn't an expert liar (e.g. sociopath).
.:. An interesting article from Psychology Today about voice messages: Voice Messages. The tone of voice used to speak conveys meaning...and it's not gonna lie.
.:. An older man was coming out of a bank when he stumbled and the wind then blew his money into the surrounding area...but did the people in the area do the "right" thing and help him collect his scattered money or not?
.:. Oh em gee...6-year-old girl found $9000 diamond ring in parking lot...
.:. ................................................................ Just read it yourself? Because there aren't really any words to describe the horror.
.:. Haha, students (and residents, too) are oversharing on Facebook. I agree with the girl towards the end of the article though; her use of the 'Dad Test' is a good idea.
.:. An interesting article about superhero movies, but specifically The Dark Knight: The Smart Knight.
.:. The CW's new ad campaign for Gossip Girl: Cinemax, Er, CW Bares New Gossip Girl Ads. Maybe it's just because I'm only 22 y/o...or maybe it's just because I've already read every book in the series (which are actually pretty worse than the show is)...but I don't find the posters to be that bad.

And now for the stuff this week that caused me to think of the boy in some way:
.:. some slideshow thingy about The 15 Hottest Games of Summer
.:. another slideshow thingy about the E3 2008 Picks and Pans
.:. and this made me confused: Nintendo Wii: Banned in the USA?
.:. and this is some video of some George Carlin rant that somehow I saw (I don't remember why):

And now for some amusement from Overheard in New York...

I Managed to Struggle to the Surface Often Enough to Get Air
Fat woman #1, at intermission: Man, these seats are tight!
Fat woman #2: Oh my god, tell me about it! My butt is killing me!
Fat woman #1, to skinny guy sitting in between them: Was I spilling over into your seat?
Skinny guy: You both were.
-- New Amsterdam Theatre

They're So Cute Before They Learn to Cuss
(random guy trips over three-year-old girl's stroller)
Guy: Oops, I'm sorry, honey.
Three-year-old girl in stroller: Don't call me honey!
-- Atlantic Ave Station

...For Taking Pictures Of My Bed and Posting Them on the Internet.
Dad: So what's that thing you want for your birthday again?
Little boy: A Wii.
Dad: Wii? As in wee-wee? Gross!
Little boy: You're immature.
Dad: You wet the bed.
Little boy: You're immature.
-- 1 Train

A Couple More Blocks and You'll Start Seeing the Hipsters
Girl to her friend: Where are we?
Old man passing by: It only gets worse...
-- 4 Ave & 14th St, Brooklyn

Art teacher: This piece is from the enlightenment period in England and is called "Marriage a la Mode".
Kid to friend: Wait...marriage with ice cream?
-- Bronx Science Art History Class

Still Think Only Women Play That Game?
Five-year-old son: I'm mad at you.
Mom: Why honey?
Five-year-old son: Because you wouldn't buy me an umbrella!
Mom: You never asked for one!
-- Times Square Shuttle

Wednesday One-Liners Haven't Met Most Of Their Friends
Assistant on phone, about her 17-year-old daughter's MySpace page: I find it interesting that she and her friend Shannon have the same friend listed. Some 32-year-old guy in California named Tom!
-- Office on 42nd & Madison
...there are four more one-liners.

Drink Deep, or Taste Not the Wednesday One-Liners!
Drunk girl, accidentally taking swig of vodka instead of water: This wetness is spicy!
-- Bergen St, Brooklyn
...there are five more one-liners.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

it's all ending I gotta stop pretending who we and me I can see us dying...are we?

Sooo...I'm not a hundred percent sure, but I think that I'm single now. Because the boy told me that he "quit[s]." ::sigh:: I don't want to be done...but I can't make him want to try and work on fixing what's wrong between us. So, if that's what he wants, then...I'll just have to accept it and move on. At least this way, he doesn't have to worry about me annoying him and asking him to try and compromise anymore...since he always seems to make it abundantly clear that can't. ::sigh::

But in happier news, yesterday I got to go see The Dark Knight...and it was pretty awesome. I suggest anyone who was thinking about seeing it, go do it.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

but you put on quite a show really had me goin' but now it's time to go curtain's finally closin' that was quite a show very entertainin'

And the Cosmo horoscope for today says...
Libra - Star warning! Sneaky Mercury says that a family member could catch you in a compromising position (having sex in your parents' shower) so make sure you really are home alone before trysting with your man or new fling.
Yeah...totally not something that I'd want to be caught doing...

Today I get to go see The Dark Knight. Yay!! I'm jealous of the people who already saw it. Here's a review of it (one is from Variety and the other from the AP). But I have to wait until 5:00p to see it...since that's when the boy got the tickets for. Since we wanted to see it in IMAX...otherwise we could've seen it last night.

Umm, when going fishing...aren't you supposed to catch fish? Fisherman caught drowning man.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

looking in your eyes seeing all I need everything you are is everything to me these are the moments I know Heaven must exist

Even though it's still two years away (the countdown thingy says exactly how long), some planning has already begun for the boy's and my wedding...

He hasn't really said anything to me, so to me that just means unless he says he objects to something that I want...he's okay with it. Such as how my mom and I have kind of decided on place for the reception to take place (the American Polish Cultural Center). Mostly because I was pleased to find a place that has decent food (read: I have eaten there before and the food wasn't that bad) and serves something other than just your standard fish, chicken or beef entré (read: they'll serve me something that I will eat!! they'll serve ham and pineapple). Plus, my mom has been there in the past few years for a wedding or two and it's nice, she said. So...even though this place can accommodate up to 450 guests, my mom doesn't want more than 125 she told me. I'm okay with that. Because to try and spend at least a minute with with every guest would take more than two hours!! I really don't like small talk either. Oh, yeah...and I don't like it when all eyes are on me. So even though this whole wedding thing is something that I'm totally looking forward to...I am [minorly] dreading it at the same time.'s a few ideas that I have for the daddy-daughter dance (listed in order of my preference):
.:. Tim McGraw "My Little Girl"
.:. Heartland "I Loved Her First"
.:. Faith Hill "There You'll Be"
.:. Carrie Underwood (or The Pretenders) "I'll Stand By You"
.:. Christina Aguilera "I Turn to You"
.:. Chuck Wicks "Stealing Cinderella"
.:. Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus "Ready, Set, Don't Go"
.:. Staind "Zoe Jane"
.:. The Temptations "My Girl"
.:. Louis Armstrong (or Joey Ramone) "What a Wonderful World"
.:. Kenny Chesney "There Goes My Life"
Here's a player with some of the songs (not all of the songs were available):

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(push play it will not autostart)

And then here's the massive list of ideas that I have for a possible song for the 'first dance' (again, listed in order of my preference):
.:. Alison Krauss (or Keith Whitley) "When You Say Nothing At All"
.:. Sara Evans (or Edwin McCain) "I Could Not Ask for More"
.:. No Doubt "Running"
.:. Dashboard Confessional "Stolen"
.:. Shakira "Underneath Your Clothes"
.:. Shania Twain "You've Got a Way"
.:. Aerosmith "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"
.:. Gwen Stefani "The Real Thing"
.:. Shania Twain "When You Kiss Me"
.:. No Doubt "Underneath it All"
.:. Lifehouse "You and Me"
.:. Keith Urban "Raining on Sunday"
.:. Shania Twain "You're Still the One"
.:. Dashboard Confessional "Dusk and Summer"
.:. Keith Urban "Making Memories of Us"
.:. Shania Twain "Forever and For Always"
.:. Edwin McCain "I'll Be"
Here's another player with some of the songs (again, not all of the songs were available):

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(push play it will not autostart)

As you can tell, the boy and I don't have "a song." That's kind of ridiculous and I find couples that have one, to be dorky. So instead I've come up with a list of some songs that might be suitable...but I have no idea what he might want. I figure we still have at least 18 months before we actually need to sit down and pick a song.

Plus, for both lists of songs, I was just going by what I heard (for most of the songs because I don't have the cds with the lyrics in them), so until the lyrics are seen...these songs are only tentative choices. And they end openly because I don't know if the boy is going to want to add songs, as well as wanting to remove songs (to the first dance list only), or suggest songs (to the daddy-daughter dance list). Also, I don't know what songs may be released in the future that could potentially be a good choice. Oh, yeah...any of the songs where there are two artists listed with one in parenthesis, the artist in parenthesis is an alternative version/choice. But Joey Ramone "What a Wonderful World" isn't an alternative choice...because my dad really likes The Ramones, so I kinda thought that was a possibility. Just not sure about the tempo of the song...just like a few other songs on both lists. But honestly, if it's in's not an alternative choice. At least, not to me...because I don't really like that version.

Oh!, and I don't care what my mom says...but there is so totally going to be a 'Do Not Play' list for the DJ. Because who really needs to see to the drunks trying to dance along to a group song? Same with who really needs to torture the elderly with the Macarena? Among those banned will be:
.:. the Chicken Dance
.:. the Hokey Pokey
.:. the YMCA
.:. the Locomotion
.:. the Macarena
.:. anything by Coldplay (because I despise their music)
It's very simple for the DJ to avoid playing any of those, all s/he has to do should one of those be requested by a guest, is simply say that s/he has to to play all of our requests first that s/he will get to it... S/he doesn't have to say when it will be gotten to...right?

So...see? Some planning has begun...a reception site and music. Oh, yeah! and a maximum count of guests. So that's a start...pretty good, right?

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

I need serenity in a place where I can hide I need serenity nothing changes days go by the last time that I posted was this past weekend when the boy and I weren't exactly getting along...but now we are. So that's all better. Well...not exactly all better...but better than they were. We talked to one another and are trying to work that's a step (or two, or more) in the right direction, right?

When I saw this:
Superhero Style: Gadgets for Your Guy
These toys for your boy won't help him save the world, but they'll help him feel he can.
it made me think of the boy. I don't know why...probably just because it's a bunch of techie stuff and he's a big nerd and into that kind of stuff.

Eeep...what crazies!! Two elderly women conspire against two elderly homeless men...and get life sentences for it.

Clint Eastwood is shooting a movie is Michigan!! Yeah...I don't know what MI has to do with the movie though...not from what is said about it anyway...

What a lucky little koala...survives 60 m.p.h. impact and seven mile drag.

And now for your enjoyment, some amusement Overheard in New York...

Wasn't She the Deaf and Blind Girl with the Miracle Worker?
Little boy to mother: Mom, have you ever heard of Anne Frank?
Little boy: You know, she was this holocaust victim who lived in an attic and wrote this diary?
Mother: I mean, I've read about the holocaust, but I don't know any specific authors.
-- Smith & Sackett, Carroll Gardens

Talking About Money Like a Commoner
Mother: Okay, give it back to me.
Four-year-old boy holding MetroCard: I want to hold it.
Mother, taking the MetroCard: You can't hold it. It is very expensive, and mommy will have to pay a lot of money to replace it if you lose it.
Four-year-old boy, looking around at crowd on bus: Stop embarrassing me. Why are you always embarrassing me?
-- N38 Bus

Saturday, July 12, 2008

but tell me that you’re sorry didn’t think I’d turn around and say...that it’s too late to apologize it’s too late

So...I think that I know what I want now... And if when if I get what I want, then someone will get hurt...possibly more than just one person. But y'know what? I don't care. I need it...otherwise, I'm not ever going to be happy.

::sigh:: Last night was a mess. From the time the boy came over to the moment that I hung up the phone when he called to let me know that he'd made it home safely. Yesterday, he didn't eat his lunch (because he didn't like it, so that was nobody's fault but his own), so he was really hungry by the time it was dinner time and that was causing him to be a little cranky. But I don't think that he was aware of it (the crankiness) because the little bit of an argument/disagreement (or whatever it was) that we did have, before he blew it out of proportion, was nothing. But the night just kept getting worse...

::sigh:: I just get the impression that he finds me to be too much of a hassle and would rather avoid me than figure out how to work together. And when I say anything, he just tells me that I'm being paranoid. I hate that he always seems to either be blowing me off or trivializing what I have to say to him. I hate when he says that we're just going to fight and that he should just go ahead and leave...because then that's all he thinks is going to happen and it doesn't matter what I try to do, how I say something, or what I say, he's only going hear/see what he wants to and that's the negative connotation of the behavior.

I'm at a loss. ::sigh:: I really am. I just don't know what to do. To be honest...I'm ready to...

Today, he said that he wanted to go see the movie that we were supposed to go see last night, but didn't because I had to get something for school done that ended up taking longer than I'd thought it was going to. Then he never called (kind of what I'd expected to happen), so I called him (mostly because I was trying to figure out if he was avoiding me or not). When I called him, it only rang once and then I was sent to I kinda figured he was ignoring me. But then he called me back (not what I was expecting)...but on the phone he sounded distant and like he would have preferred doing anything else to talking to his girlfriend. I hate calling him because he almost always sounds like that, and rarely sounds like he actually cares about me.

I hate telling him what I think/feel, too...because he gets so defensive about my thoughts and feelings. Or if I say something about what I think based on the way he's behaving (body language, tone of voice, etc.), then he'll say things along the lines of how stupid it is to do that. And that unless he says something, making assumptions about a person based on behavior is stupid. He never says outright that I'm being stupid by trying to be empathetic, but the words he uses and the way that he says it to me, it's what he implies.

Supposedly, he's going to call around 10:00p...but if past events are any indication, then it could be as late as 1:00a before he actually calls. So, I'm not going to hold out any hope waiting for him to call. I mean, if I miss his call, then I will call him back as soon as I notice the missed call...but I'm not going to wait around with my phone on me [around the time he's supposed to call] because I never have my phone on me. But I'm not going to purposely ignore his call either...what good would that do? But when I called him back to let him know that he didn't have to call me later if he didn't want to (because like I said already, it really didn't sound like talking to me was what he wanted to do), he sounded offended. As though I'd just told him what he wanted to hear, but he didn't want me to know it...but whatever. Then the conversation just dragged on awkwardly because he just wouldn't end it.

Friday, July 11, 2008

when you look me in the eyes and tell me that you love me everything's alright when you're right here by my side

Yay, it's Friday!! That means that I get to see my fiancé!! Of course, that probably also means that we'll fight, too...because when don't we fight? ::sigh::

And now for the round-up of the stuff that's amused me this week...

Top 10 Animal Hissy Fits as counted down by Animal Planet...I wasn't going to include it until I got to the #4 animal and it made me giggle.

Umm...okay...some brothel in Nevada is offering free gas to those who visit...

This week was a strange week for police and drugs in the news...because first, two people were arrested for growing cannabis in a cemetery...and then later in the week, cops found $400,000 in cocaine in the car that they'd been driving around two months.

This made me think of the boy when I saw it the other day: 14 Classic Tech Rivalries.

How unaware of the "new guy" were the firefighters in some German town, that they didn't notice the drunk guy that wanted to play fireman and went out on an actual call with them?

That would be one way to get out of your marriage...just flip your spouse up into the wall with the fold-out bed and kill him/her in the process. Not exactly legal, but it worked for her.

And now for some amusement from Overheard in New York...

We Should Move to the Country. Where I Can Beat You
Seven-year-old boy (spelling everything he says): D-a-d-c-a-n-I-h-a-v-e-a-d-o-g?
Dad: N-o-t-n-o-w.
Seven-year-old boy: Shut yo' mouth!
-- Uptown 6 Train

What's That on Your Shirt? A Maple Leaf?
Mother: Honey, what is wrong with your eyes?
Teen daughter: I am stoned.
Mother: You look like you have allergies.
Teen daughter: I am stoned.
Mother: Maybe it's pink eye.
-- Central Park

Mom Finally Comes to Terms with It
Mom: You're not cooking anymore. You're awful.
Daughter: I don't like cooking. I'd rather bake.
Mom: Of course you would, you f***ing stoner.
-- A Train

Thursday, July 10, 2008

here's to the nights we felt alive here's to the tears you knew you'd cry here's to "goodbye" tomorrow's gonna come too soon

So...the following totally makes me think of the boy:
2 Your inkling that something is wrong in the relationship is probably right.
Example: He's incommunicado. Before the days of e-mailing, texting, IMing, and Facebooking, if you didn't hear from your boyfriend for a day or two, it wasn't the end of the world (or your relationship). But now that communication is so easy and instant, it's usually a sign he's not fully invested.
-- excerpted from 8 New Love Truths You Must Know, pages 126-9 in the August 2008 issue of Cosmo

::sigh:: But anyway...last night, when I was reading through the new issue of Cosmo and read that article, I was like, 'huh, that's totally how he acts.' And that's so not a good thing (that I thought that...or that it appears that way that he is acting like that because there were three full paragraphs under "2" and I only put half of one). Because it's gotten to the point, where it feels like unless there's a greater than 80% chance of him seeing me that day, he doesn't talk to me. And the days where he isn't going to see me for sure, but does talk to me, it's because I called him and then he tries to get me off the phone as quickly as possible.

This constant game of "ignore multiple days, talk to a few days, start over again" is really starting to mess with me...because I'm beginning to feel like that crazy, insecure girlfriend who doesn't trust anything her boyfriend says. ::sigh:: Whatever...

I don't know what I'm supposed to do... Do I just keep pretending like nothing's wrong? Because when I try to calmly tell him what's wrong, he tends to get mad at me (or worse, ignore me and everything that I said to him)...but if I pretend like nothing's wrong, then it's not going help anything. ::sigh:: I feel like I'm just some background noise that he wants to...needs to tune out when I try and talk to him. No matter what it's about. That's why I don't talk to him...and that's why he gets mad at me for keeping things from him...

I'm just a girl my apologies what I've become is so burdensome I'm just a girl lucky me twiddle-dum there's no comparison

My youngest brother annoys the hell out of me. The kid seems to think that the world revolves around him. He likes to drink all the juice, but he'll never make any when he's the one to finish it. And then he'll complain that there's nothing to drink in the house. And then when you tell him that if he leaves the empty container on the counter instead of in the fridge, it's going to need to be washed before anyone can make juice again, he just ignores you because he's too engrossed in playing his stupid game on the computer. Between him and the 12 y/o, all they do is play on the computer.

Oh, nice...he just left with our grandma and still there isn't any juice. That's cool. What the hell? Why am I expected to do it? Just because I'm a girl? I don't think so.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

the 7 things I hate about you you're vain your games you're insecure you love me you like her you make me laugh you make me cry

Soo...this isn't exactly how I'd planned on starting this post, but anyway... I decided on using Miley Cyrus' 7 Things lyrics as the title to the post tonight, just 'cause, and she lists seven things in the beginning of the chorus and then says:
"And the 7th thing I hate the most that you do
You make me love you"
at the end of the chorus. Soo...that's a total of eight things, Miss Miley Cyrus...learn to count, darlin'., two weeks ago when WALL-E came out and I went to see it, y'know how excited I was? Well...times have changed now that I've seen it three times. Yes, you read that correctly. Three the movie theatre. I took the girls to see it today because their dad asked me to take them to see a movie and then on Sunday I had taken my 12 y/o brother to see it because I'd told him that I'd take him to the movies.

And...of course, it's Tuesday, so I haven't talked to the boy at all today. ::sigh:: And this is probably why he thinks that I can't/couldn't deal with him having a job that required him to pull the same types of hours as a doctor. If only I could get him to understand that I could deal with's just that communication would be needed. Too bad he likes to go for days without even saying anything to me.

***Spoiler Alert***

Anais in San Francisco: Anything good about Gossip Girl? You know you love it.
As if that were open for debate! I'm hearing Dan and Serena's on-again, off-again roller-coaster romance takes center stage for Kristen Bell's Gossip Girl's blog in the new season—so much so that a group of passionate tween readers accost Dan and Serena to give them a stern talking-to about what they're doing wrong. Tee-hee.

Spoilers from E! online's Watch with Kristin

Some sorta spoiler-like news about Rescue Me and Scrubs, also from E! online's Watch with Kristin.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

I feel irrational so confrontational to tell the truth I am getting away with murder it is impossible to never tell the truth 20 y/o brother annoys the hell out of me. My 12 y/o brother was on the computer and asked me to help him figure out why his playlist wasn't I went out there to help him figure it out. And we did (it's the parental controls stopping him from being able to access the site properly...and for some reason the 11 y/o has a higher level of access than he does, weird), so then the 20 y/o decided he was going to take the computer from the 12 y/o and try to figure out how to make the playlist work. So what if he'd been on the computer pretty much from the time that he woke up this afternoon. Ugh...::sigh:: deep breaths, it's not worth getting stressed over. Right?

And then, today, the 11 y/o thinks that 4:00p is a good time to wake up to start the day! Are you freakin' kidding me? He needs to start going to bed before the sun comes up, not after. He seems to think that because it's summer that he can stay up all night playing on the computer. Haha!! I don't think that's going to keep happening when our mom finds out that he didn't get up until 4:00p and that was only because his three older siblings kept harassing him until he got out bed. I really don't think his dad's going to be happy when he finds out that the kid stayed up until 6:00 or 6:30a, whatever he said it was, and then didn't get up until 4:00p. Especially since I think his dad has the next few days off until Monday.

I normally watch the girls until a quarter to 3:00p on Thursdays, but today their mom was taking them to see either WALL-E or the new American Girl movie, so I was done with them at about twenty to 1:00p. So I was home by was awesome. Not that I really used my extra free time to do anything productive. I mean, other than wake up my two youngest brothers. Lazy bums. Actually, all three of them are...well, four if you count the one that lives with my dad, too.'s something that I saw yesterday, that totally sucks: house accidentally demolished as a result of a moved sign. On top of it, she's lost all of her least she wasn't in the house at the time.

And then this kid has stolen a police car, twice!, because he wants to be a cop when he grows up. The worst part is that noone even noticed the missing police cruiser.

And now for some amusement from Overheard in New York...

Be Sure to Bury Me with My DS
Little girl with Nintendo DS: Mommy, since I can't sleep in my room tonight, do I still have to help you right now?
Mom: Yes, you can still help.
Little girl: Ugh, fine. Just let me go die.
-- Union Square

Mommy and Our Piano Tuner, to Use a Hypothetical Example
Father to little daughter: You are the most beautiful girl in this photo... and I'm not biased.
(daughter smiles)
Father: Do you know what "biased" means?
Daughter (rolling her eyes): Yes, it means that you like both boys and girls.
-- F Train

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

I've been down here before all my bones and joints are sore dig my way out of the wreck again I've been down here before lost myself and so much more, I'm not denying that I'm a perfectionist...but I am blaming my parents. This says that I can!! mommy says that after dinner today, she can do my hair for me. Yays...because I really want to get in the shower since I didn't do that when I got home from taking the girls back to their dad's house this afternoon.

But anyway...I'm sleepy...both last night and Sunday night, I didn't sleep very well. I had a hard time falling asleep and it didn't feel like I got enough sleep when it came time for me to get up in the morning.

***Spoiler Alert***

Teresa in Miami: Kristin, who cares about Dan and Serena kissing? Give us some news on whether Chuck or Nate or anyone will be gay on Gossip Girl!
I've heard of no plans to have any of the characters we know come out or even dabble in the second season—well, aside from little Eric van der Woodsen, por supuesto, who I'm told will have a love interest or two. Still, if the book series is any indication, Gossip will be getting gayer by the season, according to Penn Badgley. "By the end of the series, I think they got so bored writing the same things for 12 years, they were like, 'Let's just make 'em all gay,' " Penn says. "Chuck ends up gay and has a monkey on his shoulder that dresses in similar outfits." Oooh, please tell me that's true on the show, too.

spoilers from E! online's Watch with Kristin