You can buy me some of Sarah Cihat's Rehabilitated Dishware for Christmas or for just being me.
Thursday, August 25, 2005 | 12:11 PM | LINK |
I just got back from a showing of Red Eye. All I have to say is "wheez...wheez...cough, cough...wheez, gurgle..." Fun movie...I mean if you think psycho killers are fun. I mean I'm not saying that I think psycho killers are fun, I'm saying that I enjoy the Wes Craven thrillers every now and again.
Wednesday, August 24, 2005 | 9:26 PM | LINK |
At least once a day, I will get someone coming to the RF via google search of "How do I make mosquito bites stop itching?" It's lovely and I hope they that find what they're looking for.
Tuesday, August 23, 2005 | 1:40 PM | LINK |
I'm addicted to Devotchka's "How it Ends" at the moment. You can hear it rolling at the end of the Everything is Illuminated trailer (starring Elijah Wood and directed by Liev Schreiber). I'm hooked...hopefully it won't let me down.
Sunday, August 21, 2005 | 9:56 PM | LINK |
I've been loving some Leela James lately. She obviously has some old school roots (including Sam Cooke) which is fine in my book.
Thursday, August 18, 2005 | 8:08 PM | LINK |
Tuesday, August 16, 2005 | 2:09 PM | LINK |
Has something ever bummed you out, even though it really shouldn't have? That's me today. Something bummed me out that really should have made me excited. How backwards is that?
Monday, August 15, 2005 | 3:44 PM | LINK |
Much love to Ken Wilson for spiffying up the RF. It's got that 80s punk black/pink with a touch of pretty that fits me quite nicely.
Saturday, August 13, 2005 | 8:00 PM | LINK |
Things I've learned from The O.C. season 1, vol. 2.
Tuesday, August 09, 2005 | 12:24 PM | LINK |
Things I've learned from The O.C. season 1, vol. 1
Monday, August 08, 2005 | 9:12 PM | LINK |
So today was awesome. Karla and Joshua whisked me away to the North Carolina mountains to celebrate my 24th birthday. The day began with breakfast at Chic-fil-A (I must say that the minis are scrumptious). Then we made our way to Asheville where we promptly had a picnic lunch at Martin Luther King, Jr. park (it was great except for the ferocious icing and the blanket that tried to eat Shua's head). I was then blindfolded with a pink bandana and proceeded to wave at "people" in cars as we passed (I later learned that 90% of the time there were no cars and they had me waving at thin air). Anywho, my blindfold was uncovered to find a horse ranch! We were going on a trail ride through the mountains of great NC. Things started out quite nicely. We quickly made friends with Cocoa, Rowdy and Silver and our spry wrangler, Marty. We did quite fine until a storm came out of nowhere and decided to soak us. Within 5 minutes we were completely soaked. As we rode, I could feel the water sloshing back and forth in my shoes. It was the best trail ride I'd ever been on. Since our ride was not completed we were awarded with a full refund (sweet). But now we were faced with the problem of being completely soaked. Karla and I were smart enough to bring jackets, but there was no way we could continue in our 50lb jeans. So, we stopped at the nearest mall, venturing in to find new outfits for ourselves and Joshua (who was still in the car due to the fact that I had borrowed his flip flops and he was wrapped in a blanket). Next on our list was dinner at Tijuana Junction, my first experience with Red Bull and a covered bridge.
Friday, August 05, 2005 | 11:14 PM | LINK |
It's that time of year again. The time of year when my birthday rolls around. Last year I made a list. So I thought that I might help you all out again this year (you really don't have to get me anything it's just fun to make lists).
Wednesday, August 03, 2005 | 9:45 PM | LINK |
Tuesday, August 02, 2005 | 8:42 PM | LINK |