Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Nightmare on My Street

I've been incredibly lazy when it comes to updating the blog, though I swear, there's good reason for it.
...okay, maybe only a little bit of reason.

For starters, I'm taking a semester off because of my anemia and various health issues.
Unfortunately my iron levels aren't going up as fast as they're supposed to, so I have a bunch of tests queued up for this week. I was supposed to already be done with all this insanity earlier this week, but as you may have heard, Connecticut got a freaking BLIZZARD... And I spent that whole time on Blizzard's World of Warcraft, leveling my Worgen Mage.
(He's level 59 now, and seeing that I made him when Cataclysm came out Dec 7th, that's kind of sad.)

I'm also getting some colored clay one of these days... Once again, the snow kind of ruined our trip to get some from the craft store, and the preparation of food and stuff for the onslaught of Christmas guests didn't help any.

FINALLY... I am going to Delaware to visit Jon for New Years, and also our 15th monthiversary!
Yes, we still celebrate months... We love each other too much to take every month together for granted.
(That sounds so incredible corny, I know. It's true though.)

SO. Everything is very hectic right now, and full of insanity!
Thank goodness that blogging isn't my full-time job, or I'd be in some really deep doo-doo right now.
One of these days I'm going to actually be a good blog owner and start updating regularly like I did before...
...and fix this darn layout.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010


After 3 months the damn school got the cable techs to fix the cable jack in our dorm room. As I type this the Festivus episode of Seinfeld is on. So I've decided to make a donation for everyone that reads this to the Human Fund!

Its the Holiday Season again. Such a joyous time of year, where we all want to receive more than we give(Don't deny it you greedy bastards). I hope everyone has a Merry Fucking Christmas, or Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa or whatever it is you celebrate(even if its Festivus!) I'm tolerant of everything so have yourself a happy holiday season.

I'd like to give a shoutout to the radio station 93.3 WMMR of Philadelphia. Preston and Steve, the hosts of the morning show held a Camp-out for Hunger to raise food and money for the homeless in the Tri-state area. Over the five day camp-out they raised 527,285 Lbs or 263 Tons (for perspective, roughly 263 elephants) of food! That is heavier than the Statue of Liberty! But just because their camp-out is over doesn't mean the food stops. Try to make some kind of donation if you can to your local food shelter or charity. According to national statistics the poverty rate has climbed over the past year. That means more hungry, homeless people out there in the cold.

The purpose of this entry is to wish everyone a happy holiday season, and to remind everyone that this time of year is tough for the less fortunate. I believe in karma, so give a little good and you'll get some in return. Happy Holidays everyone. Stay warm.