Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Reclaiming Myself

It's been awhile- I know that many people will not read this because I have become that eventless blogger... but I thought I'd drop in today and participate in blogland.
So, like the title says, I'm RECLAIMING MYSELF!
Taking control of the situation, turning the tables and not letting myself be vulnerable to the whims of HIM.
See, I haven't been myself the last two months. I have seriously been wrapped up in the throws of a man- which would be great, had he been caught up in the throws of me. I know that I'm not completely cured, because I haven't given up on him completely. A friend just recently told me that step one of getting over a man is to," ERADICATE HOPE". But, what I have done is the following.
I don't call him. I don't let his way of ignoring me at work effect me like it used to. I smile at him. I don't get worked up and show that I may be upset. Instead, I've taken the liberty of not answering a few calls and pretending like nothing the next day.
Now, I know this may seem childish, but I'm trying to bring us back to even. See, I let him have the upper hand- gave him what he wanted all the time.... and rationalized that it was okay for him not to give back. I accepted his words without actions to follow them up.
Well, my friends, my companions, my sisters who have fallen into the well of male-antics...
I'm taking myself back, reclaiming mayself... and I can already see it working.
I figure this is the best way to do it. I could be wrong, but I figure that one of two things will happen.
A) He won't care and will move on
B) He will care, he'll begin to wonder why I am not at his beck and call- want me more, realize, I'm not the pushover that I had seemed to be- and we can work on a relationship that could mean something.

At least, regardless of the outcome- I have distanced myself. If option A should occur, I will be less involved and dramatic. Which, by the way, I have already noticed a difference in myself. I will be able to hold my head high with integrity- I haven't been calling an answerless phone, wondering if he'd pick up or whether he'd call back. He can call me, he can seek my attention... or he cannot, and I will feel like I have, at least RECLAIMED respect for myself... Something you should never lose.
If option B occurs, well- then we can be balanced. Learn to really respect and grow with each other.

I know everyone thinks I'm crazy, but what's new.

Just to let you know, today, he actually got upset with me- to the point where he left the office and called me from his cell phone to talk about why he was so upset and why was I being the way I've been. Which, I pointed out, was very pleasant.
After suggesting dinner tonight- I told him that he had to let me know if we were going to have dinner, because I might have other plans.
My lack of response is triggering the male(and who am I kidding, female) desire to have what's not readily available you.
Anyway, only time will tell what will happen. Regardless, I have had some great new experiences and have learned some pretty important lessons throughout this process.

Nice to be Back.
Take care,

Friday, September 29, 2006

Mistakes in Deed!

Just to preface, I don't really know if doing the deed with a co-worker was really that big of a mistake... but it may have been a mishap. Have you ever been in the situation where you know what you did wasn't the best decision, but you know that if you keep your composure and travel light and swiftly, things could still work out? The only problem, is how does one travel light and swiftly? You want to be cool, confident and collected- controlling the situation and not becoming overly emotional... you're doing great- but then, a moment hits. A moment of emotion, insecurity and your view becomes tainted, but they feel so clear and in that moment you risk blowing everything you've been trying to accomplish.
Or, things seem to be going swimmingly, but then without a word being said- the situation suddenly becomes stale. If you had said more, it'd become overly talked about, so you don't- but, now it is stale.
I must give myself credit, I have been good at detaching my emotions from feeling much regret- which I wouldn't have expected.
What's the funniest part about this, is that life will go on- more things will happen and probably within a week or maybe even in just a few moments, things will be completely different. And, I will survive and be a better person for it.
In case you're wondering what spawned this confusion today of all days- you must know that I read my "excite" horoscope daily and it's usually pretty accurate.
Here's what it had to say this morning...

Libra"Even though you've been keeping your eye on the ball, this game you've been playing with someone starts to get boring today -- and it's probably getting a little tiresome for them too. Call them up or send a nice email to get closure on the situation. Right now, you need to stay focused on the more important things in your life ... and if that means ending a relationship, so be it. Sometimes the effort is not worth it. If it's not fun, it's not right."

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Life Keeps Rolling

Okay- so it's been a great few days... I have moved into a great apartment very close to work. It's somewhat of a vintage apartment and it's definately bigger than my last apartment- which is always nice.
In addition- my friend, who claims to be an avid reader of my blog when and if I write one... just found out that she is positively pregnant... so I'd like to send out a great big congratulations to her and her husband... Lana or Georgie is sure to be darling, and I can't wait to watch him/her grow up!!!
Besides that- things are good... I'm trying to keep my focus on work. Isn't it funny... I have had plenty of jobs that I couldn't stand and would always try to find ways to quit- Now, I have a job I absolutely love and I have to fight to keep it! Funny how that works!

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Eastern Bound

So, it's been a year- the longest stretch I've had since touching eastern soil. I'm about to end that streak tonight, as I fly into the dark of night and land in the light of day in New York. First, it's off to Queens to visit my Uncle Tommy- traditional diner breakfast. Then, off to Jersey to visit the old neighborhood friends. Next, nap time, before the real marathon begins. We'll meet up with my brother for dinner and then split... Bri and I will go one way and my parents will go the other. Sunday, we'll unite again on our way to my oldest brother's beach house... play with my nieces and jump waves in the Atlantic. Tuesday morning, I'm catching the 630ish flight back to Cali, get to work around noon and then fall back into my normal routine.
However, regardless of how short a trip this will be- it will be wonderful... it always is! Family and friends of Fun, Humid nights with lightning bugs, authentic Chicken Parm and that under appreciated smell that always make me feel at home.
Now, I know it's been 13 years since I lived there- but it's never left... I am part Irish, part Italian and definitely part Jersey(I am part Cali too!). But you always yearn more for what's not as present in your life.

Monday, July 24, 2006

Jack Dallas

So, my first high school friend to get married... is now the first to be a mom. I just got back from seeing the 4 hour old son(Jack Dallas!). He's precious... really, normally babies aren't very cute when first born, but this one really is. He has a full head of hair and the softest skin- it was surreal to hold him and realize that he was going to go home with my friend. No instructions included!
The parent's are doing great and they couldn't be happier. And, my friend gave birth completely natural... she said it wasn't so bad, but I think the she's just so excited that she forgot the pain that she endured or she has a REALLY high pain threshold.
Well, that's all for now.

Monday, July 17, 2006

New Office, New Hours, Same Job, Same Company

So, today was my first day in my new office... working new hours at the same job with the same company. I think it's going to help my career take off though. It's truly amazing how a different environment doing the same thing can be sooo different. When I signed on for this job, I expected to work long hours, but until today- never have. Today is my first 12 hour day and you know what... I'm fine, actually enjoying being here, feeling more productive and thinking that this was a smart move!
Anyway, enough chit chat- I'm happy to say, I still have more work to do... my career is about to take off, I just know it!!!

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

The Boss

Alright, it's been awhile, but I feel obliged to write this morning because of a great experience I had last night. Yesterday, last minute, a friend and I decided to buy tickets off craigslist and go over an hour northeast to see "The Boss". I personally hold a lot of sentimental feelings and emotions towards the boss- A. I'm a child of the 80's .B. Am originally a "Jersey Girl" .C. Have two older brothers who would listen to him all the time .D. Will always appreciate that he gives accalades to my old hometown in Jersey in the song "johnny 99" .E. I'm not going to bore you with the rest of this list- I'll do that with the 10 things list in a few minutes!
Well, after buying the cheapest seats in the house, but still getting seating(not lawn, not bad!). My friend and I were able to move up and onward, 1st from the second tier to the 12th row all the way down to the 2nd row and technically since I hopped over the first row seat, I made it to front row Bruce- while he was still performing... it was amazing, you could see the creases in his pants, the eyebrow hair he forgot to pluck and it was all worth it to see that amazingly sincere smile that comes from the joy he gets from playing his music.
To top it all off, he then played a song I had never heard him play in concert before. A song that very few people know, "Johnny 99"- which mentions Mahwah- Standing there in my green, "Jersey Girl- Best in the World!" sweatshirt, in the middle of nowhere California, hearing the seemingly insignificant and unappreciated by so many people, other than Mahwahians, song... was absolute pure bliss.
Definitely time well spent.
Well, here's 10 things you might not have known about me...
10. My first job was a paper route(after me, they only hired adults! give me a break, I was 10!)
09. Also, at age 10, I was punched right in the face by Jason Heinke- Vinnie and my neighbor rival- I pretended it didn't hurt til I got around the corner and burst into tears.
08. I'm a smoker and not only that- I'm a smoking snob!!!! Parliament Lights ONLY
07. My favorite meal is chicken parmesan
06. On that note- my favorite consumable item is marinara- I put it on everything, EVERYTHING.
05. My hair is light brown and curly, not wavy, curly- however, I straighten it 2-3 times a week to switch it up.
04. There are fake flowers on my desk at work- people ask me if they are real often.
03. I saw a Freddie Krueger movie when I was 6- for 6 more years, I feared being upstairs by myself, getting out of bed in the dark- his claw hand could have been beneath my bed and basements with water heaters.
02. I have travelled out of the country to: Mexico(3x's + a cruise), France(2x), Italy(6 weeks), Austria(2x) and Prague(1day, 2 nights)
01. A side of me, still has a tendency to believe in fairies... I definitely believe in Guardian Angels.

Friday, May 26, 2006

La Di Da

So, I was just looking at this family photo and realized that both of my in- laws have the same name... but one in the male and one in the female version of that name. What's interesting is that yesterday I was reading an article on MSN that said that studies have shown that people will even go so far as to be attracted to people with names that resemble theirs or initials that are the same as the person they are attracted to... I know it seems a little far fetched, but as they say..."studies have shown..."
Well, this is not the case for my brother and sister who are married. Christopher married his wife name Michele(I meant to only put one "l" there) and Andrea married Michael. Now, I'm going to take this a little further- just for the fun of it. I met this man, a very nice man, who claims to be a prophet of God. While speaking with this man, he advised me that I would be meeting the man I was going to marry very soon(gold to my ears!), and that God was preparing him for me. Well, as anyone would, I asked my new prophet friend... "Did God give you a name?" After taking a moment to pray, he said, yes- his name is Mike... well, now I am charged to wonder if maybe people in my family are attracted to "Mich...", this being for the obvious reason that we were raised obsessed with, "Highway to Heaven" and "Little House on the Prairie"- On a final note, I can then only wonder what my brother Brian's wife will be... Michaella. Well, if you're bored today- maybe this will give you something to occupy your time with. In the meanwhile, here's a few things about me.
10. I go back east about 3 times a year- and enjoy spending more of my time in NEW JERSEY than in NY.
09. As a child, I would crawl into any nook I found and take a nap- my family would have to search high and low to find me, as a child I slept like a log that has been placed in a sound proof box! Some things don't change.
08. Not to brag... but I am an expert at Ms. PacMan and have met few people that can hold a flame to my skills(if I'm going to brag, I might as sound really cocky!). At one of the bars I hang out at occasionally, I play unsuspecting victims for rounds of drinks- loser buying for the other person's group of friends.
07. I own the actual arcade, Ms. PacMan, my uncle used to fix arcade games and gave us Ms. PacMan when I was really young.
06. I used to run cross country in high school and be half way decent- however, I can't sprint to save my life... as my hs softball coach used to say, "Olliebur, detach the anchor from your Ass!"
05. In 7th grade, I gut punched a 6th grader who called my mom a B*^ch. I got detention, but my parents were so proud of me for sticking up for the family, they bought me a cake =)
04. My friend who's middle name is Ashley, is going to go on a bay cruise this weekend with me! She promised she'd take me on one and pay for it when we went to a baseball game together- she's the best!
03. In college, I decided to pay a visit to a friend of mine late at night... turned out, when I left... the gate was left open and her family dog got out and ran away.
02. Also, in college, I had a friend with the same name- which is rare, how many olliebur's do you know. But anyway, I would blame things on her if my name was on the evidence!!! I hope she knew I was always joking.
01. Writing these 10 things took me 36 minutes.

Friday, May 19, 2006


So, I used to work for this very handsome man- however, now I do not. He is in fact single, as am I. We enjoy each other's company. I need a new apartment, he has a room available in his house. I have a great job- he has offered me an awesome opportunity.
Things I have concluded= I am not moving into his available room, I will find an apartment.
Well, that's all I've concluded. See, I'm a strong believer of not dating someone I am working with or for. I am also a believer in the decade rule(this is for myself, not necessarily others!)... he is a tad bit more than a decade older than me. Okay, keep your pants on- a decade only means 10 years, not 20, and he does fall closer to the 10 years.
Bee has offered great advice- I have to choose... date or work with him- NOT BOTH. I know earlier I said, I'm a strong believer in that same concept, but in case you haven't noticed... I'm full of contraditions- note: decade rule and the fact that this man is more than a decade older.
Anyways, if you've gotten this far- I might as well let you know a little bit more about myself- so here's 10 things.
10. On average, I consume at least one glass of chocolate milk a day.
09. I have aunts named Re, Ro and Te, Re and Ro are sisters, Te is their sister-in-law
08. Every time I walk up a flight of stairs, I count them- even if I walk the same stairs daily.
07. On that note, when I'm bored, I make up math equations in my mind and try to come up with the answers without using paper or a calculator. Otherwise, I make up songs and sing them to myself.
06. I have a scar in the corner of my forehead... got stitches twice in the same exact spot a year to the month- once because I fell when my sister was chasing me, once because my brother was chasing me... both because I tripped and hit the same corner of the same piece of furniture.
05. In fourth grade, I got caught cheating twice within a week.
04. In college, I had a suspended license and warrant out for my arrest for a full year(and I still drove)... why, because I never paid my fix-it ticket.... so stupid of me, however when I did appear in court and pay my $1100 bail, the judge gave it all back to me! I still learned my lesson though.
03. Knock on wood- I have never broken a bone in my body.
02. I have a tattoo of a shamrock with a heart in the middle- so that wherever I go, I bring luck and love... I came up with the tag line after I got the tattoo!
01. On my 6th birthday, my family went to Disneyworld- Goofy slapped me across the face with his big soft hand, my sister witnessed it, my parents didn't believe me- my sister didn't tell my parents until a few years later that it was true. "Why did he slap you?", one might ask... Another kid pulled his tail and ran away- I was next in line and standing there with my Disney Princess' autograph book- he said, "You bad girl" and slapped... never signing my book. Needless to say, I was never a fan of the "Goof Troop" fad!

Monday, May 15, 2006

Mother's Day

I think yesterday had to go down as one of the nicest mother's days I've had in recent memory. It all started when I actually woke up on time after a pretty crazy night out(that's another posting all together!)- hopped in my car to go to my parent's house, when what to my wondering eyes should appear, but one of the most beautiful sunny mornings... 9am, windows down and I'm on time!
Well, I guess my parents had underestimated me and my ability to make it to mass with them- so my early arrival set the tone for the rest of the day... we went to mass and then went to a restaurant that sits on the SF bay... enjoyed a sampler of crab, filet mignon and shrimp; along with a mimosa or two. Then it was off to home and a nap. My parents decided to go play golf- so two of my friends came over and we floated in pool... I know, it doesn't get much better- ah, but it does. Right when I was becoming a little to prunie, it was off to mother's day dinner. Prime Rib(rare) was the order around the table... my brother in law ruined the sweep by ordering another form of cow.... but that's okay. A few bottles of Cabernet, a few bites of the garlic mash and we were off to dessert- that's right.... Baskin Robbins!
Well, after arriving home, all 5 of us, perfectly plump- the game was on. Who would take home the crazy eights title ? Well, it wasn't me, but that's okay. I was out of the game, which meant, I was able to put on my bathing suit and get in the Jacuzzi first. I know, it seems like the endless day of pleasure... and honestly, it was. After, another bottle of vino and a dip in the jacuz, Grey's Anatomy came on... a perfect end to a perfect day!
The best part of the day I think was the easy flow and agreeable moods that everyone was in. Just happy to be with each other and more than happy that we have one GREAT MOM to celebrate!

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

The 10 Things about Me special continues...

Okay, so, drum roll please... 10 more things about me that most people who read this may not know- well, with the exception of one of you (you know who you are!!!).
25. I am the youngest of 4 children: 2 boys/2 girls
24. Every morning I read my "excite.com" webpage horoscope- more times then not, it holds some validity.
23. I frequently climb out my window onto my fire escape and drink a beer and smoke a cigarrette... when people come over, I invite them out onto my "balcony"(there is a 3 person maximum)
22. In high school, I was nominated as, "most likely to host my own talk show"
21. Also in HS, I made the NHS and then got kicked off a year later because a teacher that disliked me, admittedly gave me a lower grade to make sure I got removed- he was the NHS moderator... who also on the last day of school told me that he, and I quote, "hate you!"
20. It's okay- I disliked him as well!
19. I find Tom Hanks, in the movie "You've Got Mail" to be irresistable!
18. Thundercats, Gummi Bears and He-Man were my favorite cartoons as a kid- In addition, I was a Hulk-a-maniac... couldn't understand why Elizabeth would stay with Macho Man when he was so mean.
17. I have two amazing neices, Gabriela and Sophia are their names.
16. Had my appendix out when I was 16
15. On my 10th birthday, my parents gave me a key to the house on a cute key chain- I thought it was the coolest gift! That's it, that was what I got!!!

Tuesday, April 25, 2006


Alrighty, here we go... 10 More things about my life... THE ANIMAL EDITION-
10. I have a bird named "Rocki"- he's a mini-parrot, also know as a lovebird
09. My family dog's name is "Guinness"
08. My last bird Turkey, was let out of my apartment window by a friend(accidentally) and got ran over by a bus on one of the busiest streets in my city... the corner liquor store clerk, collected his body for me and he is now buried in my parent's back yard.
07. My first pet(besides the family dog "Spotty") was a hamster my brother bought for me as a Christmas present... his name was "Peanut- Butter".
06. When my 1st grade teacher could no longer keep the class pet mice in the classroom, she gave them to me. "Whiskers" fell off my family's ping-pong table... yet again I was devastated!
05. "Guinness' Christmas stocking says "Dog-Man" because he is way to smart and great to be considered "ALL- Dog"
04. My college hamster "Heini" short for Heineken, was crawling down the hall in one of those hamster balls one Friday night, when a drunk floor mate mistook him for a soccer ball and kicked him down the hall- he was paralyzed for 4 days total, but then made a full recovery!!!
05. When ridding the kitchen counter of an ant infestation, my brother sprayed Raid all over the counter, not moving my fish far enough from the spraying- all three died.
04. In college ceramic's class, I made a life size replica of my rabbit "Soco", short for "Southern Comfort", everyone laughs at it because I am not an artist... but ever Easter, I put it on display.
03. Junior, was my childhood companion and the family dog that I personally picked out at age five.
02. When I was three, I pulled on Spotty's(another great family dog) tail, dislocating it- from that day forward it was never centered on his toosh... but instead to the side of it.
01. I have had over 25 pets and am commonly compared to "Elmira"

Monday, April 24, 2006

Things About Me

Okay- at the risk of being a copy cat- I have decided to copy my blog mentor and write some things that you may or may not know about me... let's see what I can recall or what I'm willing to divulge.
624. World History classroom number- where I experienced my first real high school crush!
192. Michael Jackson was my first crush ever!
319. Teachers wanted to hold me back in kindergarten, 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th grade- because they thought I didn't take school seriously and was socially immature... my mom told them to, "go stick it."
273. Carmela on the "Soprano's" is my 3rd cousin- but I will admit, I've never met her.
455. I have never lived more than 40 minutes from a major city.
963. My best friends growing up in Jersey were named Vinnie and Frankie
818. Just like "bee", I was a political science major in college
432. I have found myself doing a job I never imagined, has nothing to do with my major- but which is something I wish I would have focused on earlier.
*note to self: in your next life, major in BUSINESS!!!
542. Favorite colors: lavender, pink, blue, red
123. Ridicules, I know it's April, but I am currently listening to Nat King Cole singing the "Christmas Song"

Monday, April 10, 2006

Monday Matters

What a good way to start my morning- It's not even 8am and I have had the opportunity to talk to my sister, oldest brother and mother... just two more phone calls and I'll have the immediately family pegged. But the best part of this morning is that I found out that my brother has been accepted into an MBA program near his house and that when he went to resign from his position at work to move to another company- they countered with an amazing opportunity and advancement that puts him right where he wants to be! I couldn't be happier for him.
Besides that, I will have you know that this is the first weekend that I was in my apartment before 11pm on both Friday and Saturday- so nice taking it easy sometimes =)

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Tuesday- Rained Out

Well, it's another rainy day in the San Francisco bay area... this is getting out of control!!! Those May flowers better bloom big! Anyway, I black balled my insurance teacher and got out of going to another one of her incredible crazy classes... which I will admit are a lot better this session that the last session two weeks ago. But the funny part about this is that, after black balling her, she asked me to be a financial guest expert at a "Planning for the Future" seminar that she is having at her apartment this weekend. Which, by the way, is LITERALLY, directly across the street from me... how crazy is that!?!
You know what's funny, ever since I wrote "Rained Out" in my title, I can't stop having " with my mind on my money and my money on my mind" stream through my head.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006


So, I know this great place to grab a mexican bite... if interested, it's called Senor Jalapeno's and they have two primary locations...the San Jose Airport(the older terminal) and another down the street where the business park is- go grab a burrito if you haven't already!

Monday, March 27, 2006

Nothing Much

It's Monday morning and I couldn't be happier to be back in the office... this being because last week I was in insurance class learning about the spiritual cosmic influences that affect our attitudes. Did you know that simply by thinking constant positive thoughts, your molecule make up would become healthier... well, thanks to insurance class I do. Positive thought I had after hearing this lesson-, "You're half way done, you will make it through!"

Monday, March 20, 2006

Spring is HERE!

Okay, I'll admit it... I'm one of those people whom, during hot fall days say- "I'm ready for the rainy seasons"... but, I've had my fill- unless, I'm at home and comfy in my pajamas with no obligations- I'm ready for the Sun... the only problem then will be that I'll be eating my words in a few months saying I'm ready for the rain because what's the point of sun without being outside and having fun!
That being said and feeling like I'm coming across as never- satisfied... I'm going to go look outside and take in the beauty of this cozy winter like day on the first day of spring!

Friday, March 10, 2006

Seemingly silly, surprisingly Strong

Do You Remember?/ Jack Johnson

Do you remember when we first met i sure do
it was some time in early september but you were lazy about it you made me wait around
i was so crazy about you i didn't mind
so i was late for class i locked my back to yours
it wasn't hard to find you painted flowers on it
guess that i was afraid that if you rode away
you might not roll back my direction real soon
well i was crazy about you then and now- but the craziest thing of all
over ten years have gone by and you're still mine
locked in time, let's rewind
Do you remember when we first moved in together
The piano took up the little room
you played me boogie woogie, i played you love songs
you'd say we'll playin-house
now you still say we are
we built our getaway up in a tree we found
we felt so far away but we were still in town
i remember watching that little tree burn down
i took a picture that i don't like to look at
but all these times they come and go and along don't seem so long over ten years have gone by
we can't rewind, we're locked in time
but you're still mine
do you remember ?

Grace is Gone/ Dave Matthews Band

Neon shines through smokey eyes tonight
It's 2 A.M., I'm drunk again
And it's heavy on my mind
I could never love again
So much as I love you
Where you end, where I begin
Is like a river running through
Take my heart, take my eyes
I need them no more
If never again they fall
Upon the one I so adore...
Excuse me please, one more drink
Could you make it strong?
'Cause I don't need to think
She broke my heart
My Grace is Gone
Another drink and I'll be gone
One drink to remember
Then another to forget

I think of every day to find
A love like you again
One drink to remember
And another to forget
Excuse me please, one more drink
Could you make it strong?
'Cause I don't need to think
She broke my heart
My Grace is Gone
Another drink and I'll be gone
One more drink and I'll move on
You think of things impossible
Then the sun refuse to shine
I woke with you beside me
Your cold hand lay in mine
Excuse me please, one more drink
Could you make it strong?
'Cause I don't need to think
She broke my heart
My Grace is Gone
Another drink and I'll go...
Excuse me please, one more drink
Could you make it strong?
'Cause I don't need to think
She broke my heart
My Grace is Gone
Another drink and I'll move on
One more drink and I'll move on
One more drink, my grace is gone.

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Wats the Difrence?

So, tudai is a nu dai. A dai wear I am taking the oportunitie to tri nu thingz- Wood it b so bad if peeple rote like this... u still get the ponte of wat is being sade.
Well, I hav cum tu the cunkluszon that I'm glad there's a standarized method to one of the oldest methods of communication.
Butt, not that butt! Tudai is a nu dai and phor tudai, this iz the ownlie thout I will shair... luky phor u!!!

Tuesday, March 07, 2006


This blog has been hijacked by this person.

All in the name of fun, of course.

But I'll be back!

Blogging Hard at Work

First time blogger here- well in reality, I'm starting this blog because I wanted to leave a comment on a friends page and well, it wouldn't let me unless I had my own blog- now I might be wrong, but wasn't going to fight the system to figure it out.
So, here I am, how are you? Really, I don't have anything exciting to write. Anything that you'd be entranced in reading- that's why I prefer the talking method. Then, even if you don't want to listen, there's a good chance you'll listen... afterall, who likes to be rude and cut people off in the middle of a story.
That's my strong suit... storytelling, not storywriting. Which is funny because now I can't get myself to stop writing this story about how bad I am at writing stories, while sitting quietly at my desk and not speaking the story to anyone.
Well, if you followed that and stuck with me- kudos to you!
I might like this- but I'm not totally convinced yet... but there's a good possibility.