Thursday, October 16, 2003I just realized until today that I had no archives at all on this blog. I've tried to fix them, but they still aren't showing up. I always have a hard time setting up blogger archives when I'm ftp'ing to another site. (when you use blogspot, it does it all by its self, but blogspot is down all the time).
So I guess I'll tinker around with them some more tomorrow.
posted by Connie Vandelay at 8:54 PM
I'm I'm Just Eating Soup With My Dad That Looks Like My Grandpa....Nothing Going On Here...
Why do little boys back in the late 1970's look like they're holding some sort of horrible, horrible secret? And its usually at the hands of the man sitting next to him....
Little side note, my mom used to have a "map" just like the one behind the boy in the 80's in our "study" room
posted by Connie Vandelay at 8:06 PM
Tuesday, October 14, 2003
And Yes, They Played The Song
I wonder what little tiny garden snakes eat. They're too little to eat mice, I'm guessing. Maybe they eat little insects. Yeah, that's probably it.
I saw Ed Helms in a Vh1 All Access Celbrity Crybabies special this evening. Man, vh1 is really scraping the barrel on the "all access" specials now, aren't they?
posted by Connie Vandelay at 10:56 PM
Spare Tires That Were Made For Geo Metros Put Inside Ford Escorts
i'm just going to tell "everyone" what I told my orientation teacher via e-mail:
I'm sure you got my voice mail message, but I wanted to confirm with you why I did not show up to class today. I live in Wakefield and right before I got to the ferry (around 10:30 a.m) , I got a flat tire, and my brother and law had to come and put a spare on. There was no way that the small spare tire could have gotten me to school, so I had to go back to my house. By the time I got back to my house it was 12:00, and it takes me an hour and a half to get to school. (and I do not have a spare car, and my father was at work, and my brother and law had to go to work also).
I had a presentation in class today, so that sucked. What also sucks is I left my signature in one of the mails I sent her. So I had to take down the enter page for my weblog. I'm sure she would of never looked at it, but you never know..
posted by Connie Vandelay at 2:35 PM
Monday, October 13, 2003
Bring Your Own Lid Day At Starbucks
I had a dream I held you in my arms last night....
I really want a laptop for Christmas this year. The computer I have now (A Hewlitt Packard from 2000) is starting to show its age, and its getting to the point where its getting harder for me to see the small print on the monitor (I have the kind of desk where the monitor is on its own shelf in the corner of the desk), and I'd like to do my work from my bed or sitting on the floor.
"I don't know what a gynecologist would say, but its like 'woah, where's your vagina?"
-Ed on Alanis Morressete's "Thank U" video.
My day basically started at 1 a.m., when I set an alarm to watch the "What Were You Thinking?" special on M2 (Ed Helms was in it, and a whole bunch of other great comedians) and it was so worth waking up for it. I was just going to record Ed's parts (for the site), but I decided to just record the entire thing. After the show I went back to bed, but I didn't fall asleep until 3 a.m. I guess it was Monday anxiety. I always got it when I was going to school.
When I went to Starbucks today the only lids they had were for the tall drinks, so I had to get a small cappunchino. When I was in there, I ran into "moccasin guy". He's a guy who works somewhere around the area that I've seen at Starbucks a few times, and he always gets this venti coffee, and he always wears grey slip on shoes that look like slippers. We had a talk about the parking at my school while I was putting sugar and half and half in my drink.
I also got a handwriting analysis at school, but I'll bring that up tomorrow. And I got 1 point away from a C on my psychology test. So I'm going to do some extra credit in class
posted by Connie Vandelay at 2:51 PM
Sunday, October 12, 2003
A Fancier, Funnier Farm Aid
The next time I'm backstabber somewhere I gotta run around backstage and sing:
I really should be studying for Art History instead of watching "I Love The 80's" for the millionth time. I know this sounds a little teeny-bop, but I hope Ed Helms is in "I Love The 80's Strike Back". I mean almost everyone else (with the exception of Rob Corddry, Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, and I'm not even going to put Jon on that list, because he wouldn't be on something like that in a million years) from Daily Show has been on there, past and present. Even Stacey Grenrock-Woods was in "I Love The 70's" for one second. That would make my week next week if Rob Corddry or Ed is in that series.
posted by Connie Vandelay at 7:51 PM