- Watched Pokemon
- Listened to the child talk about Pokemon
- Played Pokemon
- Played Super Princess Peach
- Read many things, including but not limited to Bad Kitty, Lulu Dark Can See Though Walls, Scott Westerfeld's blog, The Schwa Was Here, and the latest issue of Nintendo Power
- Kicked the child off the computer
- Got kicked off the computer by the child
- Read a dictionary
- Saw the cousin
- Stared at the cousin's shoes
- Stared at the cousin's hair
- Stared at the cousin in general
- Saw my troop
- Was annoyed by how quiet the little Brownies were, conveniently forgetting that I was that quiet in third grade
- Was gloated at by Liss
- Threatened to beat Liss up if she didn't lend me her ARC of Leviathan
- Went to school
- Was bored at school
- Was supposed to play the clarinet in band
- Didn't play the clarinet in band
- Had a bad day
- Made sarcastic comments
- Picked up the cat
- Jumped on the trampoline in a swimsuit while the child sprayed me with a hose
- Sprayed the child with a hose while he jumped on the trampoline
- Wrote this list
31 May 2009
22 May 2009
13 May 2009
06 May 2009
- fully actualized
- English teacher
- Claudia Part Two
- some lucky person out there who has yet to say they want to be interviewed!
01 May 2009
Me: Either works. Everything has been on record since I said it was on record.
pronounced like oren boren, and that was always weird for me.
Me: Why is there a verb for that?
Her: I think thats how it's spelled. I don't know why. Because the german speakers of the world enjoy drilling their ear.
Me: That is yet another reason the child is not taking German.
Her: I dont know why I'm in French and German if I've always wanted to go to Spain. Oh well.
Me: Because French and German are better languages?
Her: Maybe. I'm very sad.
Me: Oh no. Why?
Her: I now own all the Arsenium flairs on Facebook so I can't get any more until someone makes one.
Me: How many are there? Also, explain him to my readers.
Her: There's like five flairs. Where should I start? 1) He's my favorite singer. What else?
Me: I don't know.
Her: Ummmm... he's from Moldova, which is like tied for the best country ever. Ummm...he's hot...uhhhhh...he has the best voice, its all smoky and deep.
Me: Tied with what?
Her: Oh, with Iceland of course.
Me: Iceland is fab.
Her: Oh yes. But that's off topic.
Me: There is no topic.
Her: Oh, Arsie plays some mean Moldovan folk music.
Me: By the way, it doesn't bother you if I fix up everything you say so it conforms to standard English, right?
Her: I thought Arsenie was the topic. What is standard but a relative measure of what is regular? Hey-- what's wrong with my English? Besides the lack of caps and apostrophes and commas. I only do that for speed's sake.
Me: Nothing. I just like caps and apostrophes and commas.
Her: Ok. Back to Arsenie. Did I say that he's hot? And he has the awesomest accent. I don't know many people with accents as awesome as his.
Me: I don't know many people with accents. I have to stop now. Maybe I could make this a two-part interview or something.
Her: Ok. We could put up Claudia part 2 another day.
Her: I don't have a nickname, do I?
Me: No, you don't.
Me: This is something that needs to be corrected.
Her: Yes, yes it does need to be fixed. I'm listening to a good song in French.
Me: Wonderful. Okay, the interview is now terminated.
You will never learn what exactly the song she was listening to was unless you ask her.
I should really write more, but I don't want to.