Monthly Archives: January 2006

Stocks Predicting Moods

My friend Steven recently bought some “Holly” stock. Every day he tells me how my day is going by telling me if I am up or down, which I find amusing. He came over earlier in the week and was playing around on my computer. He asked me if he should buy some “Wade” stock…

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Sour Apples

Madison will eat pretty much anything – especially if it comes from a human hand. I was eating an apple tonight and she kept looking at it longingly. I decided to give her the core. She wasn’t sure what to do with it, which I found hilarious. In the end, I had to cut off…

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  • JFebruary 1, 2006 - 2:32 pm

    The red-eye and posture on Madison in the first pic makes her look like an animal from ‘Resident Evil’ or ‘Pet Cemetery’.

    Has Wade been working on T-viruses at his new job or have you been fiddling with ancient native american burial grounds, perchance?

    -J

  • HollyFebruary 1, 2006 - 2:53 pm

    Jamie (Wade’s Jamie) be nice. Madison is a cute, lovable puppy. Besides, we don’t talk about the T-virus. It upsets Madison and brings out the beast. Not to mention reminding me of lots of plot-holes.

Fire Fire

I have determined that the only reason people rake leaves is so they can make a big pile and then burn them. (Fire is so fascinating.) My family always mulched the leaves or occasionally burned them. No bagging leaves for us. (To be honest, I didn’t really have much to do with yard work growing…

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A Fun Filled Night

After a hard day of work, or something like that, I came home just wanting to finish my book. Having both Madison and Wade at home, I decided to take a bath. Wade, being his normal self, decided to contribute with a Sponge Circus. (You remember those pill-like capsules that you put in warm water?…

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Toady

I opened my email this morning to find this picture from Johnna. Great, isn’t it?

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My Night of Vampires

I left work a little early today in order to prepare for my night of vampires (Buffy, Bloodrayne, and Underworld). Steven (my Buffy provider) had wanted to watch the last two episodes of Buffy Season 2 with me so we planned to watch them tonight before the other movies. Because the movie theater (Stonecrest, which…

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  • J JJanuary 30, 2006 - 5:18 pm

    If you ever want to try a different route to get your vampire fix, there is ‘Hellsing’…a relatively short anime series (13 episodes). I have only had time to get through about half of them so far, but the plot is fairly interesting. In short, there is an agency in Britain (called the Hellsing Agency) whose job is to deal with vampires. They employ a powerful vampire to help them with their work and he, in turn, sires a young police woman in the first episode. The rest of the series seems to be about the young woman’s adventures in the agency and the bad guys they face. Basically, it sounds right up your alley. They even give the young woman a huge honkin’ gun that fires ginormous bullets.

    You can quite easily acquire the series by the judicious use of your favorite file sharing program, but you might have to deal with subtitles.

    -J

  • HollyJanuary 30, 2006 - 5:24 pm

    The only problem with that is that I have yet to find any anime that I like. Not to mention my list of tv show addictions is a mile long already. But I will keep that in the back of my mind for days to come.

My Disorganized, but Lovable Husband

Wade is known for forgetting things, or messing up small details. Tonight is a perfect example. He called me about 5:30 pm and asked if I would meet him for dinner halfway. It seems that a part he needed for work got shipped to our house in Atlanta instead of to his work in Anderson,…

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  • RobJanuary 26, 2006 - 3:53 pm

    Blast you, woman! I haven’t seen Underworld 2 yet, and here you go saying things about who they did and didn’t kill without any kind of spoiler warning. I stopped reading your post right there, you spoiler-person you. I’ll read it later when I’ve seen the movie (and apologize then if it turns out I took those lines out of context).

  • RobJanuary 26, 2006 - 3:55 pm

    Um, okay, I thought I was leaving comments on the “My Night of Vampires” post… Guess not. Sorry about that. I don’t really consider your comments about Wade’s address difficulties to be spoilers.

  • HollyJanuary 26, 2006 - 3:57 pm

    Sorry about that Rob. It was so obvious to me what was going to happen that I didn’t even consider it a spoiler. I will correctly edit my post now.

Ah, the Pressure is Gone

I talked to my boss today. I hate having to tell someone I am leaving. I always feel like I am letting them down or disappointing them. My boss was really cool. I told him that Wade got a new job in South Carolina and his immediate response was to say, “Congratulations.” That made me…

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