Saturday, March 13, 2010

Is there a CURE for A.D.D?

I've been studying quite a bit lately, but as you might imagine, I get very distracted (like right this second) and can't keep a rhythm going. I'm trying not to procrastinate, but in not procrastinating, I still procrastinate. I'm going to knuckle down even harder next quarter. This quarter I'm taking Algebra, Speech, and Anatomy I, but starting in two weeks, I'll be taking Intro to Allied Health, Anatomy II, and Physics. So far, two A's and a high B in Anatomy. Finals are this coming week. I am panicking.


Alright, enough jabber-jaw. Peace out.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

That's unfortunate...

So, I'm at Panera, studying. There's this country dude sitting near me, kinda red, and his phone just rang. His ringtone is "I like your pants around your feet." Yeah. That's stupid Nickelback song. Well then he says, "oh, it's my mom." >_<

What is WRONG with people?


I live with a couple in my church, and I've lived with them off and on over the last five or six years. And as long as I've known them, they've had one of the best dogs I've ever known. Honey is a yellow lab and former drug-sniffing dog. She has been one of the most loving, protective, and special dogs you would ever meet.

Over the last year, she had developed arthritis, and it had gotten worse over time. In the last couple of days, she had begun to not be able to go outside. Last night, Tom and Debbie made the decision that it was time to put her down, and the vet agreed. Normally, this vet tries to keep the pets alive, but in cases of spinal arthritis, there's not much left to do. Today, me and Tom and Tommy and Dan buried Honey in the pouring rain. She was a good girl, and the house is already not the same without her.

Good girl, Honey.



What's up?

Nothing. You?

Chillin. Where you been?

Here and there. You?


I thought you were dead.

I thought YOU were dead.

Funny, that.


Wanna hear a joke?


Knock, knock.

Who's there?


That's funny.