Awhile back, I ordered a veggie lasagna at a great little Italian restaurant. The guy behind the counter said "You look like a veggie lasagna."
Last night, our schola director brought chocolate bars for all the members--lovely treat, and we were all grateful. He let us pick which ones we wanted, and I took milk chocolate. I like milk chocolate. I don't mean to have bad taste, I just like the flavor. He said "I can see the personality coming out here."
... seriously, guys?
If you think I'm bland, it's only because you've never attempted to really cross me. Ha. :D
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In other news, I've looked back over my blog posts this week and realized that I've talked about myself a lot (yeah, I know I just did it again.) To make up for that, here are some things that you might find interesting or helpful or humorous. At least, I did....
Normally I hate things that open up in pdf, but I loved loved loved Stratford Caldecott's piece on children's fantasy literature, Landscapes with Dragons and Angels, which John Granger linked awhile back. It's worth dealing with the frustrating format. In fact, I just read the whole thing again in outright defiance of other demands upon my time.
For all my writing friends, Rachelle Gardner is asking what we've given up to pursue our dreams. Reading her post and the comments is a great way to realize that you're not alone in your insanity. I haven't commented yet, but I would have to say that my sacrifices currently include all television and most movies, a lot of sleep, any kind of regular relaxation, and trying to pretend I'm not an introvert.
Tyler Stanton has been making me laugh all week. Among my favorites: Electronic Laughter: A Definitive Guide (although I've got enough teenage girl in me that it's really hard to stop myself from responding to funny stuff with "ahahahahaha! xD") and the Hate List. "If I made gift baskets for my enemies, I'd fill them with Mounds, Almond Joys and Zero Bars." Ahahahaha. xD
This also made me laugh. Classify yourself! I'm either a nerd or a dork. How about you?
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I'm going to go clean house and enjoy some of the beautiful and very welcome sunshine before getting back to work. Have a happy weekend, everyone!
Who says "you look like a veggie lasagna?" Ridiculous!ReplyDelete
"You look like a veggie lasagna."ReplyDelete
That has to be the single worst pick-up line ever.
Interesting thoughts over at Rachelle's post. I'll have to think about them.
Haha! Mr. Pond, I never thought of that as a pick-up line, but yeah, it would certainly rank low.ReplyDelete
Bree, I'm pretty sure he meant to say "You look like a vegetarian" or "... like someone who would like a veggie lasagna" but it certainly came out wrong. :)