The Idiot’s Guide To Everyday Life

My new journal…. and the evil that is Spongebob
14.Feb.06, 18:29 pm
Filed under: Rants, Tidbits About My Life

I ran out of pages in my composition book today, and went to $tree to get a new one. My luck…. the only one I could find had a picture of the evil-that-is-named SPONGEBOB.

Why do ppl find this abhorrent little sea bastard so amusing? I swear, your IQ has to drop 5 points just for knowing all the words to the theme song. A sponge that lives in a fucking pineapple????? How sanitary. How nasty would a pineapple have to be to sink all the way to the bottom of the ocean? And to be there long enough for a sponge to start growing in it? A sponge in tighty-whities no less? I'll pass.

My son, on the other hand, loves this show. We have yet to allow the movie to be played in our home. I think I would rather chew off my own leg than sit through it with him. Not that I don't value my son's choice of entertainment, there are just many more enriching things he could be watching– like watching paint dry.

Ok, I'm finished with my daily rant.


Another year older.

It's that time of year again. The time when I sit back and reflect on the last year of my life and check off things I know I've accomplished, and try to outweigh the bad with the good.

I'm now 29 years old, and I feel like I'm actually getting somewhere in life.

In the past year, I have been accepted to a paralegal studies program, I've learned to be more patient (at times…) I've watched my daughter go from a 1 yr old toddler to a 2 1/2 yr old "little lady", and my son go from Kindergarten to 1st grade with ever-growing confidence in himself.

I've seen my relationship with Dale go through good times and bad. We've fought, and made up, we've not seen eye-to-eye on everything, but we always find a way to compromise so things work out in the end.

I've bought a new car, a big screen, and some furniture. (And have the bills to show for it, lol!)

I've made new friends, and found a close friend who is more like family now. (love ya, Sara!)

All in all, I can't say it's been a bad year. I can only hope and pray that the next year brings just as many blessings.