*accidentally goes up for air in front of a couple*
moved some ice creamery from the family fridge to the garage fridge which my brothers never check. I win this summer.
*considers making a tweeter/ myface*
Must learn revit or autocad otherwise…
*listens to renai circulation vs just lose it on youtube*
I’m so tan that just by looking at me will give you a tan.
Come to Index they said, it’ll be fun they said…
Rocked up at 11 thinking I’d get a head start to the day to a huge industrial site an hour away from home. Walked around for 20 minutes trying to get inside the warehouse housing the supposed exhibition and no one was there besides a couple of construction dudes who had no idea what it was.
Walked back to the station and checked their facebook page on the train ride home. “12pm-4pm”
Then I walked home in the rain. *sigh*
My life oozes awesomeness…
Scared my Dad yeserday night as he walked in to find a ladybug on the ceiling.
Someone get me a shoehorn and I will feed you Gorgonzola at your command.
I was crossing the street yesterday when the lights were green (as you do) and made it half way before some green P’d punk decided ‘hey, look, the left arrow is red, nobody cares if I run a red light, nobody is crossing this street’ and turned so fast I was a metre from being made into a human pancake.
Stared at his car as he drove off into the sunset hoping my eyes would somehow shoot laserbeams at his tires. Unfortunately that didn’t happen. Anyway his window was down and he motioned his arm to gesture an apology. I’ll accept it… for now.
Last near death experience crossing the street was with my brother in 2006… This dude had no intention of stopping his fully sick 30 inch alloy rimmed turbo powered speedy car at the lights and was two metres in front of us as we were crossing.
Anyway, thanks God for letting me see another day :)
Three years sure flew by. Even though I’ve finished my first degree I still feel like a little kid. Maybe its cause I play with my younger bros a lot, or maybe its cause I serve in junior high ministry, or maybe its cause of the fact that Disney keeps prolonging their animated movies that I’ve been watching since I was a young warthog!!!!
Dad’s client got my family some tickets to board the James Craig. T’was a smooth cruise three hours in until passengers were asked to help pull some ropes to let the sails down. FYI I have never been on a sailing ship before (unless you count ferries but theres no sails on those things). One does not simply handle pulling a rope with all their strength whilst being see-sawed in the water without feeling sick. The remaining four hours on the ship felt like forever… My favourite part of the trip was when I finally got to set foot on dry land.