Obsessive Blogger. Need I say more?

Sunday, May 25, 2008

torn between two dogs

Chloe vs. Missy

On the left:

Name: Chloe

Breed: Dachshund + unknown

Approximate Age: 2-3 months

Likes: Playing with Missy, cuddling, going outside

Dislikes: Leashes, being in her kennel, getting scolded

Good traits: Doesn't run away, soft fur, lovable, doesn't bite

Bad traits: not potty-trained, whines in the middle of the night

And on the right:

Name: Missy

Breed: Dachshund

Approximate Age: 2.5 years

Likes: chew toys, running, eating her bones

Dislikes: not getting attention, going in her kennel

Good traits: Potty-trained, playful, cuddly

Bad traits: runs away, barks at nothing

My new puppy verses my old... and there is no winner! I love both my puppies equally, because where one lacks the other makes up for it! I just can't wait until the new puppy gets used to her box and is potty-trained!

Pointlessly Posted

I am testing something.

Obviously. Because this is pointless. I'm just trying to figure out this scribefire thing. And it's kinda bugging me.

The one time I tried to post something with it, it messed up everything. But we'll see what happens... when I put a link and pic in here.

The pic is my friend Ashlee by the way...

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Ladder 49

This movie is absolutely fantastic.

When it first came out, I had absolutely no desire to watch it. None whatsoever. My mom and my brother watched it in the living room while I was messing around on the computer.

Since then, I'd heard a lot about it. I think I got a bit more interested when I heard how sad it was.

And so one night, my stepsister and I decided to watch it. Neither of us had seen it before, and when we got to the ending we cried.

And cried.

And cried.

There are really no words to describe the intensity with which we were crying. It was insane. We grabbed the toilet paper roll and just sat there and cried.

So, naturally, I've loved the movie ever since.

When I saw that it was on TV this afternoon, I was stoked. There was only 26 minutes left, but it didn't matter at all to me. I turned it on, and less than ten minutes later I was crying.

And crying.

And crying.

My friend Justinne was asking me if I would please, just help her with the lasagna (she's a terrible cook) but I had to watch it. And I had to cry.

I feel so much better now. Like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders, except all it took was 26 minutes of a great movie. Minus commercials.

Anyways, I felt the need to share the amazingness of this movie.

Always & Forever,

the beginning of the end

I have been debating on whether to make a non-book-related blog for awhile now.
Obviously, now I have.

My problem is that my blog looks really dull right now. I need to add stuff to the side and post a couple of interesting blogs. But I edited the template, so it looks awesome.

Anyways, here is my first post.

I saw Prince Caspian today.

That movie was great. Granted, it wasn't my favorite movie ever. But it was good enough to make me want to read the book.

So I went to Wal Mart and found a fancy book that had all seven in one. I've read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, but now the movie Prince Caspian has sparked my interest in the series once again. So I bought the book and plan on reading it inbetween everything else I have to read.

I know this must sound like a completely stalkerish teenage girl thing, but Prince Caspian is completely adorable, as is Peter. And Edmund. So the book will be fun to read, just because I get to look at the cover...

So anyways, welcome to my new blog. It's very unexciting and I'll probably have no readers. But it'll be fun because I am an extremely obsessive blogger, and it makes no difference to me if anyone reads it or not.

Always &