Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Hello, out there!

Ever the delinquent blogger, here I am, two weeksish after my last post, trying to decide which of the mediocre, partially-formed posts that are flitting around my brain to commit to type. Some of the contenders:

  1. A thrilling narrative account of the Superbowl party I went to last weekend, including how I didn't really care about the game, but everything looks good in HD, and how I tried to set up a tent in 50 mph winds (it didn't work).

  2. All of my burning thoughts on the return of Lost. The BUS!!! So crazy!!

  3. The official rules for choosing a radio station on a long car trip by yourself.

  4. A one-line post that goes something like, "I am never ever ever driving by myself to Vermont and back in one weekend. Ever." (Composed while stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic for 45 minutes in New Jersey.)

  5. A thrilling narrative account of my weekend trip to Vermont, including snowshoeing with my sister, eating amazing food, and finally visiting two people's houses whom I've been promising to visit ever since they bought said houses.

  6. A rant about how amazing my sister's cooking is.

  7. My thoughts on that thing I am doing tomorrow that I haven't yet decided whether I want to talk about on my blog or not.

  8. A story about that night last week when I got paid to talk about bras, and how I spent my bra money on a deep fryer so I could make sweet potato fries.

  9. An anecdote about my quirky gastro-intestinal system that amuses me but would probably just gross everybody else out.

  10. Free verse emo poetry about Valentine's Day and how I am not upset to be working tomorrow night until 11:30 pm doing the retail turn (except that it means I will need to tape Lost).

  11. All of the above, except in list form, so I don't have to think too hard, and so I don't have to choose.

I bet you can guess which one I went with...


jon said...

nope, please tell us.

rgr said...


It really does feel SOO good to have it back, doesn't it? This time around my John and I are getting up early on Thursday mornings to watch it online since TV have we none. Its almost better that way...my mind is fresh and I've got the whole day ahead of me to ponder what happened.

timollie said...

Yay, Sweet Potato Fries!

Anonymous said...

I think that driving to Vermont is fair game, it's driving through New Jersey that gets you every time.


tim said...

your sister's cooking
deserves a third mention or
maybe it's own post

p.s. refrigerator

Anonymous said...

praying for you tomorrow. let us (by us i mean me) know how it goes.


twilighttreader said...

My top three would be:

Bras --> deep fryer
Your intestinal system
emo poetry!

jule ann's sister said...

Hey, it was great having you and great meeting you Tim. I'm glad you enjoyed dinner, thanks for helping out. Too bad about the other ten people.

jd said...

Looking forward to seeing some photos of the Vermont trip!