The Happy Home

...with trees and flowers and chirping birds and...

In that special ring of hell...
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
...you know, the one reserved for child molesters and people who talk in the theatre, you will also find people who refuse to give up their seat on the bus to cripples and pregnant women.

Epiphanies.
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
I may have written this before, but maybe it bears repeating.

At the moment (about fourteen months ago) in which I fell out of my wheelchair and broke my back, while I was lying on the cobblestones screaming bloody murder, I was also having an epiphany.

When they make a film of my life, it will be a black comedy.

Bleh
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
I hate losing my voice. It's one of the few things about myself that I really like. Hopefully, I'm almost done with this stupid cold.

Good news, bad news.
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
The good news is, my stomach is empty. The bad news is, I'm sure of that.

random nusings
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
I wonder where the term "lukewarm" comes from.

Yuck!
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
Just discovered (the hard way) that the milk has gone off. Ewwwwwwwww.

Squee!!
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
I just discovered that my Sponge Bob Square Pants bandaids are ALSO glow-in-the-dark!

Brains...
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
...I'm having a zombie day. Anybody got some spare brains I can eat?

My evil alterego
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
Diet-coke-Sarah made an appearance. Apparently, there is enough aspartame in sugar-free Halls to trigger my horrible alternate personality. Condolences should be sent to Dave.

That was last week. I'm almost over the cold, Dave is almost over my alterego, and I'm sunburnt after spending a weekend at Dave's family's cottage. Despite the after-effects of the aspartame and the fact that we had to bring Dinger with us (Dave's mom hates cats) it was a good weekend.

Dave is a brave, brave man.

my poor stupid cat
Rainbow
sarahcarotte
He got an ear infection, probably from aggravating our other cat which resulted in a scratch in the ear. Ultimately, this led to a large polyp, which required surgery. He's home from the hospital now, and doing alright, but I think Newton is laughing at him because he has to wear one of those ridiculous Victorian collars. Ahh, well. Poor beastie.

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