Sunday, August 1, 2010

the weekend

My last blog was a month ago (to the day), but really, who's counting? So in an effort for me to get back that writin' feeling, here is an essay I like to call "What I did this weekend."
  1. Finally swept the garage (it's been 2 years).
  2. Reaffirmed that I want to sell a futon cushion. Haven't done anything about it other than writing this pitiful attempt at a sell.
  3. Finally decided on & purchased an art print for my living room (it's been 2 years). I'm not telling you which one it is yet (in case I hate it, or worse, if you hate it), but I will tell you that it is not the Mona Lisa. Or anything by Jackson Pollack. (but I was tempted because his name is Jackson. See previous blog entry).
  4. Began my creative art project for the hallway. I see a hammer, a level, and Christian curse words in my future.
  5. Re-highlighted all my favorite passages in the New Testament. Yes, yes I did this. Old Testament begins tomorrow. I am continually disappointed that highlighters fade in color.
  6. Cut out two coupons for pork loin because they were $1 off. I've never made pork loin, but I feel that it is an adult meal to have.
  7. Had a minor panic attack because all 3 of my journals are approaching the last few pages of their existence. My favorite work journal appears to be discontinued. If I can't find a replacement, I might as well die.
It was a numerical essay.


running shoes said...

HA! You slay me!

Anonymous said...

thank you!

i am curious about this creative art project in your hallway, what Christian curse words are exactly, and what you write in your journals (and why you need three of them at once).

Amber Rose said...

you are hilarious. love reading as always. :)

rachel said...

"(but I was tempted because his name is Jackson. See previous blog entry)" - fav line :)

Anonymous said...

I LOVE pork tenderloin. go to and search rachel ray's balsamic pork tenderloin. ande says it is the best meat I ever made. :)


Brent said...

Request for your next numerical blog entry--Christian curse words (ranked in order of frequency and usefulness).

Judi-CAJ said...

Perhaps you would be better off with Polish curse words. Contact Punky and Tara, I understand that is the Polish that they learned. I am quite pleased that I know what you are talking about with this creativity project. I have quite a collection of journals. You are welcome to choose from the collection of brand new ones.

Kathy said...

I am not sure, given the state of your oven, that spending good money on pork loin is the way to go. Also, fyi, when you buy it, there are always two in those shrink wrapped packages and depending how meat eaty you are, you may only need one.

I feel so bossy. sorry.

Jon said...

sorry this is a month old but i had a comment about having to re-highlight your bible. You do know there are highlighters that dont fade right? I particularly like the wax based ones thought they take a little getting used to.

though i can see you replying "but i LIKE re-highlighting my bible" so do what you want.