Monday, November 26, 2007
Now, I'm fully aware that this makes NO sense to any of you, BUT I might explain the reasoning behind why I was needing to know what the most commonly thought of seasonings were, but right now I can't. What I do need now is some more of your help...
Envision yourself going crazy! What do you look like? Or if it's not you, imagine you're looking at someone else and they've gone crazy.
IMPORTANT: "crazy" can be any interpretation of the word. Someone can be severely mentally ill and they are often thought of as "crazy". Or an individual's children might drive him/her "crazy." We might be highly stressed out and busy and we feel we're going "crazy."
Taking ALL/ANY of these situations into consideration, what would that "crazy" person look like? Let's say you had to partray yourself as "crazy"--how would you "dress-up?"
(1) put on a straight jacket
(2) have your hair all messed up and be pulling out your hair
(3) have multiple alcohol bottles within arms reach
[Be creative people...I know you are!]
Sunday, November 18, 2007
If I asked you to name the first seasoning that comes to your mind, what would it be? You know, like a seasoning you'd cook with.
I basically just need to know what the two most popular seasonings are...HA!
Odd? Yes, I know. HA!
Friday, November 16, 2007
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Thursday, November 08, 2007
Tuesday, November 06, 2007
SIUE Students Accused of Battery with Freshly Baked Cookies
It makes me want to use it as a "Say No to Drugs" campaign...
...Look kids, if you do drugs you'll do crazy things like violence against people by burning them with cookies!
[I'm waiting for someone to PLEASE tell me there is SOMETHING I'm missing in this story--that I'm misinterpreting it. I honestly read it and reread it to make sure I was understanding it correctly]
Monday, November 05, 2007
I did this because when I first saw a picture of this individual in a magazine the other day, I immediately had to take a second look because I thought it was one celebrity, but then when I noticed that the page that the picture was on was advertising television shows, I immediately thought, "He's a movie star, not sitcom star," so at second glance I realized it was NOT Matt Damon.
[Glad to know others think he--or at least the bottom half of his head--resembles Matt Damon]
Yes, I agree that he [Jesse Plemons from the NBC show Friday Night Lights] does not have the BEAUTIFUL eyes that Damon has, and the more pale skin-tone that accompanies the bright red hair are fairly off from Damon as well, but it's that smile/teeth/jawline that made me see Damon! See for yourself...
Or how about these ones...
Seriously...look at their facelines below the eyes and down...
Now, since I'm talking about celebrity look alikes, I have to mention two other sets of people that have at least one of the pair that is frequenting the media lately and everytime I see them flash onto the screen, or plastered on a magazine page, I can't help but think how much they look like someone else.
First, there is this one, but unless you're into professional football you might not know these individuals, but I can't help but think how much alike they look everytime I see them on the sidelines:For those who do not know these men, the gentleman in the blue is Tony Dungy, who is the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, and the gentleman in the red is Herman Edwards, who is the head coach for the Kansas City Chiefs. Rumor has it that they are actually really good friends (but I think that's just a rumor because they have got to be twins!) ;)
Sunday, November 04, 2007
That's hard to swallow.
While I still feel like I have someone I could go to and tell them anything, I don't feel that sense of convenience with that person. The feeling of you can always get a hold of that person whenever you might need them and that you don't feel like a burden by calling them. Instead you worry about inconveniencing the person. Sure if you can happen upon a time when the person initiates communication with you, you feel secure in opening up and talking with that person, but otherwise, you get bogged down in the thought of not wanting to bother the person.
It's almost like a sense of loneliness without the absence of people.
It kinda makes one want to start a diary...