Wednesday, May 9, 2007

A New Favorite

I love kickboxing! This was my second week going to my kickboxing class, and I'm wondering why I didn't decide to do this before years ago. I mean, I get to hit stuff, AND I'm working out at the same time? Brilliant. I think I might hate myself tomorrow, though. I'm going to go camping with some friends in Moab, and I just know I'm going to be sore. Oops! I'm sure everyone will enjoy hiking with me. "Wait, guys! My legs hurt! I'm sore!" *Jules sits down in the red dirt and starts crying as everyone else leaves.* Oh well. Bring it on, I say. :-)

Moral of the story: Punching stuff is fun.

Quote of the day:Remember that fear always lurks behind perfectionism. Confronting your fears and allowing yourself the right to be human can, paradoxically, make you a far happier and more productive person. --Dr. David M. Burns

(That's a good quote for me.)

Tuesday, May 8, 2007


I got a text message forward today. (I hate them so much.) It said, "Someone you miss will realize how much they want you today. Don't ignore this! Send it to 8 people, including me, and watch who calls." Do you know who sent it to me? I'll give you three guesses.... That's right! The ex boyfriend.

UGH. WHY DOES HE SEND ME THESE?!! It's so irritating because part of me actually does miss the boy and whenever he sends me junk like this it just messes me up. Why can't we just move on and live life? I tell you, the boy is persistent. I've gotta hand that to him. *sigh* Oh well. Hopefully I've finally solved the texting problem. I was hoping that if I just ignored them they'd go away, but I told him to stop and hopefully he will this time.

I really think I need to move away for awhile. Nick was talking about how nice it would be to move to a place where nobody knows you--have a clean start. That sounds really tempting sometimes.

Oh well. At least life is funny around here. I'll just keep my sense of humor about these things. :-)

Quote of the Day
: Humor is everywhere, in that there's irony in just about anything a human does. --Bill Nye, Interview with, April 2005

A Miracle!

Yay!! My Ipod isn't dead after all! It just doesn't like my computer. We just plugged it into Jeff's computer and now it lives again. Of course, now I don't have any of my music on it, but that's beside the point. :-) I'm happy anyway! But, even though I'm happy now, I just know the Ipod's going to die again and leave me disappointed. Ipods are not my favorite. I love them when they work, but they're so fickle. Oh well. Today is a happy day.

Sunday, May 6, 2007

A Confession

I have a secret, and I can't keep it in the dark anymore! Prepare to be shocked...

I am addicted to Smallville.

DAH DAH DAH!! (That was supposed to be dramatic theme music.)

I don't know what it is about this show , but it sucks me in! I don't know if it's the incredibly cute (but not-so-good-actor) Tom Welling who plays Clark, the cheesy synthesized soundtrack, the over the top lines and often sappy dialogue, or the incredibly simple solutions to difficult problems that draws me in. Maybe it's the fact that these actors who are supposed to be playing high school students are really 28 years old in real life. Maybe I just enjoy counting how many times the show ends with Clark standing by himself while Lana walks away, or counting how many times the Kent family's red truck is totaled. Lex's character probably has a lot to do with my odd addiction--he's cool.

Whatever it is, I have rekindled the Smallville addiction after abstaining from it for two years. So, if any of you want to join in on the Smallville fest that I'm having, come on over. And bring some popcorn and chocolate--we're going to be watching for awhile. :-)


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