Archive for February, 2006

Be bop.

Tuesday, February 28th, 2006

I’m in Massillon right now and I forgot that I downloaded this song when I was here over the summer. It’s freaking amazing. It’s from “Adventures in Babysitting,” the 3rd greatest movie from the 80′s (closely following “Goonies” and “The Labrinth”) THEN HE KISSED ME The Crystals Well, he walked up to me and he […]

Toast.

Monday, February 27th, 2006

I posted pictures a couple of weeks ago of these darling little dolls made by My Paper Crane. They just came out with some more and they are so cute and kind of remind me of the characters from “The Brave Little Toaster.” I want them all (especially the toast ones!). Happy Toast: Burnt Toast: […]

lovely. and top secret.

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006

Today I bought my wedding dress. ((!!!!!!)) When you are young, you always imagine wearing one, picking it out. But when you are standing in front of a mirror looking at yourself in it, it is completely surreal in a way I can’t explain. I feel like such a kid sometimes.  And I am getting […]

A good story.

Wednesday, February 15th, 2006

My dad e-mailed me this story, and at first, I dismissed it because it was long, but I just read it, and it’s definitly worth the read: They were there for breakfast, and they were there to cheer New York Jets running back Curtis Martin. And it was Martin who received the Athletes in Action […]

Valentine.

Tuesday, February 14th, 2006

Last night, Funnel drove back home so we could go see Sigur Ros together. It was stunning – the music and the visuals. They’re amazing. And then, I got to see my Valentine again today unexpectantly (which is pretty much the best way). We frisbee-golfed and hung out with Jimmy for a while… then we […]

Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia.

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

For Christmas, I got a Chia Turtle and right now he is living on my windowsill, with his new boyfriend, Yoshi. I have documented his life, up to this point:

Tuesday.

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

Winter finally came to Ohio. At OCF last Thursday, the speaker, Horace from Jersey Church, said, “I want to die with nothing left inside of me.” He was talking about really, really giving every part of you to God and how so many people go to church on Sunday and if you were to look […]