Friday, March 28, 2008

half post-it's like half mast

Today, kids, marks a very important mile stone in the happenings of me, your hostess. What is today, you ask? In exactly 3 months from today, I will be getting married. 3 months. 12 weeks. 90 days. 2160 hours...unless my math is awful. Don't get me wrong, I am excited about getting married, or else I wouldn't be doing it. However, the whole being the center of attention for an entire day thing, planned the whole shin-dig, oh god this is it, moment, is what I'm not looking forward to.
I had planned to write this whole amusing post about the subject, but it frightens me so, that I think I'll just quit thinking about it.

Monday, March 24, 2008

Columbus Craigslist: First Edition

I am an avid reader of TheBurghBlog and PittGirl, who is the author of said blog, always mines craiglist for some inevitably funny posts. I hate to be a copycat, but the Columbus craigslist has some gems to offer to the three people who read this so I'm going to take a stab at it.

I've decided to take this first addition from the "Rants and Raves" section, because that's what I was reading today.

They are debating the use of marijuana today and the first post I clicked on was "Devil's Lettuce" here are some goodies from that post:

"The government does not want us to have it because it cuts into the lobbyists business."

"Me personally, whether I smoked today is the difference between when someone gives me the douchebag treatment whether I tell em its not my fault your wifes a fat fucking whore or just smile and walk away instead. It makes co-existing with a planet were 90% of people are morons and a country where 60% are killing themselves one twinkie(per fist) at a time."

Can you picture it? We're all dying in all the smoke and destruction with a twinkie in each hand. At least we won't go hungry..

Great post #2.
I am from Pennsylvania, not Ohio, and I will say that until the day I die.

Craigslist: The cure for

Enough of the ranting and raving for today, it's time for class.

Friday, March 21, 2008

Another Spring Break over.

Good Morning! TGIF, right? Although I am glad it's Friday, I'm shedding a little tear because it is the end of Spring Break. I have immensly enjoyed Spring Break this year. Was I down in South Beach partying it up with all of the trampy ho's? No. Was I away in South America helping poor people build their houses? No. What was I doing you ask? I was...going home after work. The excitement! It was so nice to know that I didn't have to remain on campus for 12+ hours two days a week. Next Monday, I start, "dum math" as apposed to "dum dum math" which was last quarter, and the second half of European history. I officially just have a language and a lit gen ed to finish and then I will be all done with my gen eds. It only took 9 years. :) I would never have imagined that I'd be in college for this long, maybe it's keeping me youthful. I can't NOT go though when it is free.

Yesterday was the 100 day mark until the wedding. Ugh. I have never had so much excitement and dread for one day in my entire life. I got my hair done yesterday, to celebrate the occassion, and I love it. I will have to give up my first born to pay for it but I guess it's worth getting it done every now and then.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Great Return.

Let me preface this post by saying that I know that probably 1 or 2 people may read this, or they might not. I recognize this and yet I continue to blog anyways.

Apparently, I feel the need to begin blogging again once a year. For the past few months, I have been thinking about what I could do with this blog. I could continue on with my random, perhaps even sometimes witty posts. I could make this a Columbus blog, in spirit of "The Burgh Blog" that I like reading so much as a displaced burgher. I have some other ideas, but maybe I'll just keep them a secret until I can actually implement them into the content. I don't know. Then there is the possibility that this will be the last post for another year. Who knows?

More later.