Doin' all right. Got home from my gf's place a while ago, and I'm just looking over some messages before calling it a night.
Soooo happy it has been found. I misplace it a lot but this has been the longest stint. Am putting that sucker on my Harry Potter keychain this time so I can't easily loose it ever again!
I ship: Stan/Cartman <3
Sharon: What is it honey? (gasp!) My baby's killed again!
Haa, I love that line.
and a fan of Randy Marsh <3
However, this hotel bed I've been sleeping on has left me with a kinked-up back. (why is it no matter how nice the place, the beds are always crap?)
Mamont wrote:Like I should be doing something, but there's nothing to do. No emails to send, no people to call, nothing to organise... Feels weird after a week crammed with obligations.
That would be wonderful. Seems there is always something to worry about in this hell hole. I hate being poor. Going to be moving out on my own soon, try to land a job in construction. I could use the hard labor exercise, and I am genuinely interested in building sh*t, I love watching it on TV so why not do it?
Bug wrote:Pretty great. Mary's funeral went off without a hitch, and I know it was exactly what she would have wanted. The lady really loved her turquoise, and I was a little bummed that I couldn't find a turquoise colored urn for her, but it turns out the one I picked had a turquoise interior.
My dad's urn is really really over decorated, I don't like it. But I am not the one sleeping with it next to my bed every night like my sister. I couldn't do that, that would be weird. We didn't really have a "funeral" for him, I doubt he would want one. We had a family get-together at a nice park with a pond and ducks. It is MUCH cheaper than renting out a funeral home, you are outside and having food, with music he loved playing in the background, and it is not nearly as sad and depressing as a tiny dark room with a service. I have no idea why more people don't do these kind of "funeral". A "celebration of life" is much better and cheaper. Why pay more to be completely depressed? I am sure the dead person would want you to remember them and their funeral in a positive light, and not have to cry when talking about their funeral in the future.
Plants stuff their pollen everywhere, all those kids who get allergies because of pollen have plant sperm in their lungs. Flowers deep throat kids :I
Anyway, I'm unwinding by posting and listening to the fireworks show outside. I'd join in, but our dogs are a bit freaked out by the whole thing.
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