Friday, September 5, 2008

Enchiladas

sometimes i forget my blog is my blog and that i am the one responsible for keeping it fresh and sparkling.

so, an update:

i don't feel like capitalizing.

i just don't.

(the uncapitalizedness of this post will probably bother me in a few days and i'll change it, but for now, this is the way it is, yo.)

I'm feeling pressure from a few areas in my life. Oops, I guess I just decided to start capitalizing...who knew I was so fickle?

First from my room. It's a mess.

My desk especially.

But I don't want to clean it.

Second, the bathroom needs to be cleaned as well, but...eh.

Third, my local library is putting pressure on me with all their due dates.

It's stressing me out.

Sure, I can renew them, but I hate it when I am waiting for a book, and the librarian informs me that it has been renewed, and I am to wait even longer for the book of my desire. So, I don't want to do that to other people.

Still to finish reading/watching:

50 SIMPLE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO SAVE THE EARTH by John Javna, Sophie Javna, and Jesse Javna (all unrelated Javnas?)

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith (No, haven't started it yet.)

Dragon Fire by William S. Cohen (I'm thinking about reading all the titles with my last name that I can find at the library.)

Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss (Thank you Amanda.)

Top 10 San Francisco from Eyewitness Travel (Going to explore SF next weekend.)


A Beautiful Mind
Flight of the Conchords


So, I suppose you could say I have a lot to do.

But it will all have to wait, because right now I need to go eat some enchiladas.

3 comments:

Ky said...

Right now I would love some chicken enchiladas. Is that what you had? Because I'd love some.

You have quite the list of books there! I ignored the comma on the title Eats, Shoots and Leaves at first and thought maybe it was about a panda. They eat bamboo shoots and leaves so you can see where that came from. I was pretty excited to hear what it was about.

I think I'd still like to know what it's about, even though a panda is not involved.

Myriah said...

There are actually two pandas on the cover of the book! You're brilliant!

One panda is painting over the comma, the other is heading out of sight with a gun in his hand.

Ky said...

Ha! Oh man, it's perfect...