February 22nd 2005 / 1 minute to read

So yesterday I was reading through all of my old blog entries, some of course I never did import but I do have them backed up. Anyway, I noticed how much more… perky I used to be! I also wrote a ton more.

Last night I pretty much sobbed because I killed my dinner. I now forever hate rice. I think tonight I am going to just defrost the minestrone I made a few weeks ago and eat that. It was nummy. Hopefully unfrozen it retains the nummyness.

It’s so dreary outside right now. It snowed a bit, just a light dusting, and the sky is all white and grey.

Nothing to take a photo of. I need photo suggestions. I need a theme or something! I do update my photolog daily, sometimes more than once a day. I know. I am special.

I am very proud of my Gina for getting hired for the internship!

Well, no one seems to be prancing about so… yeah I am just a touch lonely today!

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Aww… I hate it when I totally incinerate food.  It’s like it didn’t serve to burn, it just was supposed to be grinded up and be sucked of all its nutritional value. XD

NOTHING to take a photo of?  Take pictures of your sons favorite things so later on when he has a project or is curious he can look back on his favorite things!!  I would totally do that if my mom would tell me where the camera is…

Thanks so much for the hosting offer, but I kinda don’t fit in your guildlines.  I only turned 13 two months ago (nowhere close to being 16)  and I totally don’t have your layout making abilities quite yet. But THANK YOU! *hugs*


If you truly cannot eat rice again then it’s called “the Garcia effect”. Where one bad experience with food hinders your ability to eat that food again without becoming sick….Yay, I learned something in school.

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