I just finished watching Disney's One Saturday Morning. What a blast. A got up at about 8:15, watched the rest of 101 Dalmations, then taped Doug, watched Recess, and then Pepper Ann. In that time, I also ate a bowl of cereal (I'm cuckoo for Coco Puffs!), a roll, and a two-egg omelette with cheese and mushrooms.
I'm in a good mood today. My mom went out to get tickets for the Paul Simon/Bob Dylan concert; later on she's going to take me out to get a spring jacket, which I really need. I want to get a suede jacket, kind of like my grandfather's (which I've been wearing recently), but with a real collar. I think epaulettes would be cool too, or maybe lapels... Or maybe both.
The Sophomore Ring Dance is tonight. I ordered a cool ring, almost the same one as Jeff B.. It's the ugly one that no one else wanted. Balfour supplied the rings, which we all payed roughly $549,635,311,353,984,236,235.64 for. Yesterday we had to make the deposit for the rings in the cafeteria during lunch. I exchanged my soul (or the equivalent thereof) for the ring which I will recieve tonight at about 7:30.
I ordered a pair of sandals from L.L. Bean. It was my Aunt Susan's catalogue, and since she also ordered something from it, she dropped the sandals off to me a couple days ago. They were really cool, albeit half a size too big. She returned them, and I should get the new ones (size eight) soon, I hope.
I was thinking about changing the format for the main page, but only slightly... Like possibly ripping off Wendy even more. If you forgot, Please Kill Me used to look exactly like this, except it had a red background. The page was taken down a long time ago, like in September or October. When I first visited the page, it was called porkfriedlove, which was changed to something along the lines of adsf;glkjgjnjkrajm, thenLard, then Please Kill Me., and finally The Special People Club. Anyways, none of these sites exist anymore, but the guestbook still does.
Let me know if you like this font. I was thinking about changing the font face on the page to "impact." It's a cool font. If you don't have it, get it.
I got a part in the sophomore class play, Jumping Frenchmen of Maine, written by Patrick Levin. If he lets me, maybe I'll be able to post the script on this page. My character's name is Larry (fitting). He mumbles. I asked Ali if she could write in a bike horn for character. She said she'd think about it.
Ok, I've run out of things to talk about.
Quote of the day: "Silence is not always a sign of wisdom, but babbling is ever a folly." -Benjamin Franklin