Tuesday, February 8, 2011


This post will be random.

I want to become a headband wearer. I also want to chop off all my hair and rock a La Roux style.

Said hair would be donated. I think my hair is long enough for hair donation agencies/companies/organizations.

I have just discovered this website call pearltrees. Yes. Pearltrees. And it's pretty much amazing in terms of organizing websites. It's like a cooler version of a bookmarks folder.

Dawson's Creek has taught me a lot about relationships and friendship. For one, I really want a Jack in my life i.e. an awesome gay friend who will be with me through thick or thin.

On another note, I haven't gotten better than a B- on any of my midterms so far. Guess that means I should put my Dawson's Creek off for a bit...?

I just received my first Game Boy Color ever in the mail.

I pretty much spend all my time sleeping, eating nutella on toast, watching Dawson's Creek, and clicking the stumble! button on my stumbleupon toolbar endlessly.

I'm almost finished reading Book 7 in the Harry Potter series for the xth amount of time, if x is equal to or greater than N= a large number.

Although I love my math class, I, apparently, don't test well in it.

After finding out said test score, I sat in my car for a while and contemplated dropping out of all my classes and spending the remainder of the semester traveling in order to lose but also find myself. Very poetic, but oh so impractical. And my parents would kill me.

The only reason why I'm not quitting school is because I'm not a quitter. Thank you, Soldier's Creed.

^That's actually not true. I'm not a quitter, but that's not the ONLY reason why I'm not quitting school. I love school, but I hate that I don't have the motivation to try harder in these general education classes. I fear what they're going to do to my pretty satisfactory GPA.

Finding new, good music is amazing.

Feldspar has to be the most amusing word in Geology. Followed closely with Batholith. That word sounds like Basilisk with a lisp. But has nothing to do with the evil serpent.

I have a lipstick smudge on my hand.

I'm writing this post because I don't want to find the derivative of this rational function in my math homework. I know how to do it, I just don't want to because it involves writing the same things over and over because they take points off if you don't show how you got to a certain conclusion.

I should stop.

Sorry this post wasn't more substantial.


Sarah Lambson said...

I never test well in Math. I think it's part of one of the genes one of our parents gave us.

I still think it would have been cool to be a geology major.

I love random posts. They are fun and keep the reader on their toes.

Devil wasn't the WORST movie I have ever seen but 1/2 of it was predictable. And there were some really silly/obvious plot directions and voice overs. But I didn't feel like I totally wasted my time.

Peeser said...

Sarah, I think you mean "jeannes" instead of "genes." Just thought I'd point it out.

Kirsti, I blame you entirely for the lack of substantiality. It's all your fault.

Who cares?

As Sarah said, these kinds of posts are fun. I like reading the random thoughts going through your brain. Sometimes, we just need random without substance.

Thanks for the fluff.

Jeanne, the mom and grandmom said...

Good one, Elise.....

I knew once our kids had video games, their grades would drop (ahem)

Sorry I am not a math professor

Love ya