Friday, December 26, 2008

Dear Diary,

I'm being extremely lazy today.

Wacky Survey

I can't get to sleep without? a blanket

If I were a doll, the accessories packaged with me would be: a microphone and a bolo knife

I have an irrational fear of: travelling long distances alone

What type of food do you eat at your grandparents house? Puerto Rican food

What weight were you when you were born? i dunno

I am most opposed to: evil

Do you stalk anyone on myspace? someti mes

I am too old to be: doing this

I find the thought of childbirth: miraculous

Next door to my house is: another building

My feet are: bare

My preferred style of jeans is: the kind that fit

I know how to cook: quite well when i want to

I am annoyed at: uncommitted people

Men should always: keep their promises or not make them at all

Women should never: assume that men share their perspective to understand what they are saying.

What child-related smell do you not like? The kind I have to clean up.

What sea creature scares you? I guess shark would be pretty common.
What color hair do most of the people you are around have? Blond, which is extremely frustrating, because they act it, too.

What object have you broken most recently? Somebody's heart, I'm sure. Lol. jk, jk. I dunno to be honest.

Name one of the Spice Girls? No

What was the last thing to make you cry? A movie

I would like to be in an advertisement for: A rock band. Sweet!
What are the stems of wine glasses for? flowers?

My favorite shoes are: in the closet

My mothers' greatest fear is: probably that I'll start doing drugs and run off and get pregnant by some random guy. But that's every mother's worst fear.

Can you use chopsticks? Yes

Do you prefer beaches or forests? Both.

So last night I drove a couple of my friends over to a fr iend's house so we could have a dinner/game night/girls night instead of spending Christmas day all by ourselves. It was fun. We played Cranium and Skyped some of our friends in Maria Aurora. One of my friends who's going to a Bible College in South Carolina let me borrow her Systematic Theology textbook that she just finished. I've already gotten to the fourth chapter; I didn't realize I was so hungry for this stuff, but I was.

I also finally had success in figuring out my neighbor's name and age, so now I won't feel awkward when I introduce him to the band. I should totally be a spy. Or a ninja.