Monthly Archives: December 2010

New Year’s Resolutions

Instead of making a New Year’s Resolution, the following are popular New Years resolutions that other people make and the ways in which they will affect me: To Lose Weight:  This means the gym will be packed with non-regulars using … Continue reading

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New Year’s Eve & Day

I hate New Year’s Eve with a deep and meaningful passion. It is not fun to pay $100 to get into a bar you’re a regular at every weekend for free. A packed bar, glittery, paper hat and flute of … Continue reading

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I Miss College

Today I found a card my college roommate Sara had sent me during the summer before our Junior year of college. In the card, she wrote how much she is dieing to return to school. She also included a pack … Continue reading

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Return Me To My Life

It’s always fun to return to the Cleve for a ten day Christmas break.  I spend my time trying not to move from underneath my heated blanket and encouraging my mother’s five pound dogs to snuggle me for extra warmth.  … Continue reading

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The Mexican Language

The following verbal exchange actually happened tonight between the cashier and I at a Convenient Mart in North Olmsted Ohio: Me:  Can I get any $3 scratch-off lottery ticket? Cashier:  Sure, can I see your ID? (apparently I don’t look old … Continue reading

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Chanel & Ed Hardy

So I’m at the mall spraying, smelling and contemplating the purchase of the Chanel Bleu fragrance for men for a friend.  I am zoned in on this one fragrance only and my mother and I are discussing our opinions when … Continue reading

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Christmas TV’s

Last year for Christmas, Santa gave my mother a flat screen TV for her bedroom.  Because Santa didn’t purchase it for the best possible deal, my mother returned it and vowed to buy one when she found a good deal.  … Continue reading

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