Coming to a theatre near you Summer 2010.
I fucking rule.
I love meeting new people that instantly become family. It seems that my friend circle grew a lot bigger this week. So did my stomach. I am truly happy with my life, but find myself slightly lonely for something a little more. Something that best-guy/girl friends don’t offer, you know?
I want a nice big cup of tea and to sleep for ages.
“I’ll have the Gine, please,”
Angelina Jolie named one of her twins Knox Leon.
HOW FUCKING COOL IS THAT?!?!?!?!
He’s going to be the sexiest baby EVER because of that name. It’s like he’s already making billions and staring in James Bond movies. GAH.
Somebody has to get that. Somebody. I’ve been singing way too much lately. Funny, though, I’ve only been singing the themes from Family Guy and American Dad. I swear, they get in your head so easily. I’m also finaly sitting down and taking the time to plan out the rest of my summer vacation. Next week is hectic, but it will so worth it. I miss Mary, Keelan, Sean, Tyler, Chris and ironicly, my mother. I’m home now, but she’s working.
I’m going to be giving a lot of love to those around me. My heart has grown since living with the Whoos of Whoville. :]
I wonder if that guy at the Fall Out Boy concert last year was ever able to lift up his pants….
In the future I will have cats with regular names; Pete(y/r), Greg, Henry, Morris and James. I will have a son, named Daniel, and be married to a lounge singer/musician; not a famous one, but a “at-home” one that will play me concertos on our baby grand piano.
according to MASH.
I’m stalking. Not anybody, just stalking. I’m stalking and reading. I’m off for a week and a half. And then it shall be my birthday. You know, one of these days, the people I wish happy birthday to on this blog will wish me a happy birthday.
I <3 Thomas Jefferson.
It seems that everybody is in love and having babies. If it wasn’t for child protection laws and modern government, I would be venturing into it too. I’m having strange revelations again and looking towards the future for answers to what has happened in the past. I’m looking forward to this next school year and what it will bring me. I miss the new yearbook smell.
Thank god for Arizona summers.
The further away your birthday is from mine, the longer our friendship will last. Further details in the future.