Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Lunar Eclipse and other Kaboodle

Sorry if my life seems to be really boring right now. Believe me, you're not the only one to think that. If my life were more interesting, I'd post more and I'd have more readers. But this will have to suffice for now.

At the moment, I am missing out on an event that won't happen for another 3 years. Yes, my friends. Its the Lunar Eclipse. Not as cool as the Solar Eclipse, but still sufficiently awesome, the Lunar Eclipse is when God kills a particularly annoying soul in heaven and bathes the moon in its blood. Okay. Not really. That was really morbid and gross. Its just when the moon does something scientific and turns red after being in the shadow of something. I don't remember all the technical terms, but when something turns red, why bother knowing them?!

Not sure if it'll be this brilliant down here in Columbia, but right now its got a reddish tint. Still cool. Anyways, if it weren't so cold, I'd be sitting out there, staring at it with my mouth hanging wide. But its freezing. And I don't enjoy being cold willingly. So yeah. Lunar Eclipse. The science geeks can finally geek out and be considered normal.
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So. My life, eh? Its been going fine. As of Monday, our family has embarked on our own version of The Biggest Loser. You're all probably wondering "Why is she participating? She's already skinny!" My carnal answer: I want the prize! My supportive answer: I am considered a "trainer" for my sister, Sarah. I motivate, push, and shove her into good eating habits and exercise habits. I haven't been doing much pushing yet, but I know by the end of the six months, she'll be sick of me.

Besides that, Damn Yankees has sucked up my life. It opens in exactly 2 weeks from now, and I'm wigging out. So is Steinhaus. In a sense, she has a right to be a pain, but all of us(the cast and crew) are getting sick of her(as usual). We're sick of her passive aggressive attitude and condescending comments. But in the end, we'll appreciate her prodding when we produce a magnificent show. GAH! Its going to be so great! I am so excited for it! And for the possibility of what next year's fall musical will be(can't tell you what, but it is one of my sibling's favorite musical...)

Gotta go check up on the Lunar Eclipse. Then drink hot cocoa and type up some of my story(its back in progress...I hope.)

3 comments:

Sarah Lambson said...

I'll try not to get sick of you. I do appreciate your efforts to make me more fit.

Julina said...

Can't wait to see the product of Steinhaus' (how do you possessiv-ize that anyway...) prodding. It's getting closer - and while that may mean more stress for you (sorry) it means mini-vacation for me, so I'm getting excited.

Hang in there -

Love you,

Juli

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