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10:46am]
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[Sunday, October 29th, 2006
9:23pm]
This Is My Life, Rated
Life:
8.2
Mind:
8.4
Body:
6.6
Spirit:
7.6
Friends/Family:
5.9
Love:
7.3
Finance:
7.7
Take the Rate My Life Quiz
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[Friday, October 13th, 2006
1:35pm]
OK- sooooo- yesterday was 10 min on the treadmill, 10 min on the bike, and a nice circuit through the weight machines. Somehow, I always find the weight work more rewarding than the cardio.

Today there is an early morning yoga class I'd like to do, but it's just too early for me. This will either work out to be a walk at home while listening to my iPod day, or else a yoga at home day.

And besides- I need to be off to care for the animals. It's so hard to get myself motivated to do it, but I always enjoy caring for the animals when I do it. It just makes me happy to see how happy they are. But-leaving the house- that's hard.
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[Wednesday, October 11th, 2006
8:35pm]
Well- I'm going to try to keep up with my exercise here. If it gets way boring, I do apologize, but it's just nice to have a place to write all this stuff.

Today was a pilates class. I didn't go intentionally, I'm not really a pilates person, but my schedule just didn't work out to make the yoga class I wanted, and I had last months schedule, so what I thought was yoga was piltes.

It was good though- I need the core stuff like you wouldn't believe. And- it was beginner level- about all I can handle right now, thank you.
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[Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006
3:00pm]
Well- here's a scary little quiz. Anne Coulter vs. Adolph Hitler- who said it. http://www.people.virginia.edu/~jac3he/GiveUpQuiz/hitlercoulterquiz.html

[Monday, July 3rd, 2006
4:56pm]
COMBAT CARDS 2.1
watch blaizezabini fight
CREATE YOUR CARD
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[Friday, June 24th, 2005
11:25am]
Llook- it's my llama!


my pet!
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[Friday, April 29th, 2005
8:35pm]
Dang- these are like real questions. I have to think and all. But, for mortifyd nothing is too much to ask.

My answers hereCollapse )
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[Wednesday, April 27th, 2005
11:57am]
I'm going to do a meme from trekkiegrrrl. Why? Because, well, I jumped in there and started it, so I suppose I have to finish it, right?

1. Leave me a comment saying, "Interview me."
2. I will respond by asking you five questions. I get to pick the questions.
3. You will update your LJ with the answers to the questions
4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.
5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.

My answersCollapse )
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[Sunday, April 24th, 2005
11:11pm]
[ mood | accomplished ]

Gacked from you- Hiba. I just loved it so!

Dookies, Double Dippers
Circle I Limbo

Parents who bring squalling brats to R-rated movies, bad drivers
Circle II Whirling in a Dark & Stormy Wind

NAMBLA Members
Circle III Mud, Rain, Cold, Hail & Snow

Creationists
Circle IV Rolling Weights

General asshats
Circle V Stuck in Mud, Mangled

River Styx

Fundies
Circle VI Buried for Eternity

River Phlegyas

George Bush, The Pope
Circle VII Burning Sands

Religious Fascists
Circle IIX Immersed in Excrement

Republicans
Circle IX Frozen in Ice

Design your own hell

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[Wednesday, March 9th, 2005
1:42pm]
Hey all-

Still home sick. It's not awful or anything, but my ears are stopped up, and I can't think. I swear I am totally stupid. Go me!

My son is home too, so I'm not writing pr0n as I had intended to do last night. Nor did I get to go to yoga class. Which I had also intended. But, might have chosen not to on my own for that one.

Too bad about the pr0n- I reread some of my old stuff, and was dying to make it not suck. It's a cool story that I'd really like to finish. Quite long though.

Of course, it's OK, as most of y'all would hate it anyway. It's het.
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[Friday, March 4th, 2005
9:51pm]
[ mood | awake ]

You know- I've been meaning to write, but I've been sick. And lame. I've just been sitting here sick for the last few days. I want to do something, but I don't have the energy. Or, quite frankly, mental ablity. I'm a lame driver right now. Which is OK, since I don't think I have to go on the road for a few days. And, who knows- I could be better, right?

Ah well- I missed yoga class to sit around and let snot dribble through my eyes. It wasn't a choice, but a necessary action. Or inaction. Whatever. It was yucky and ugly. Now- my head is pounding and I have laryngigits and my ear is ringing. Note- one ear. The Dr promised me 10 days of this. Do I sound thrilled. I thought not.

Excitement. Well- I have gotten in touch with qutie a few old friends. That's nice. Made me happy. Can't really see well enough to read books. And, when I tried listening to my French stuff I foudn that my mind wandered too much to follow it. I'd be ther reading, and next thing I knew, she'd be 2 lines down. Made me seriously wonder about my sanity. I'm blaming it on her talking too damn fast.

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[Wednesday, March 2nd, 2005
11:40am]
Hey all-

I started a trivia game and thought it would be cool to invite everyone to play.

http://www.funtrivia.com/private/main.cfm?tid=15073

Just sign in (it's quick) and pick a name- be cool if it were one we could all recognize. Today's topic is Music Trivia.
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[Thursday, December 2nd, 2004
9:56am]
Apparently this is me.

Imagine that.

You scored as alternative. You're partially respected for being an individual in a conformist world yet others take you as a radical. You have no place in society because you choose not to belong there - you're the luckiest of them all, even if your parents are completely ashamed of you. Just don't take drugs ok?

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alternative

88%

Upper middle Class

75%

Middle Class

67%

Luxurious Upper Class

62%

Lower Class

33%

What Social Status are you?
created with QuizFarm.com
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[Monday, November 15th, 2004
6:00pm]
OK- here's the start- I hope to fill in the days that are kind of lame. It just takes so long that only the first few are filled in for now. Umm- please be patient. I suck at this sort of thing. I promise- it was a lot more interesting than I'll make it sound.

Short version- we flew to Barcelona for a 3 day stay prior to our cruise. The first day we wandered down Las Ramblas- dead tired, but the hotel wasn't going to let us in til after 1. So we took the easy route and amused ourselves. Then we went back and went to sleep for 7 hours. It was lovely. Out for some food (Hard Rock Cafe- I hope y'all will forgive us for wimping out- but it was close to the hotel and easy). Then off for some nighttime walking and back to the hotel to sleep.

The next day we slept through breakfast, but we were a bit more alive, and started the day in a sandwich shop. It was nice- but then I'm a sandwich lover. We did tons more walking- down to the harbor and then back to the Picasso Museum. My son thought he wanted to see it- till we were there, of course. Then if got all boring and stuff. Still- we made our way through it and managed to see everything- not at the leisurly pace adults may use, but still- we did manage to see it all. I even snuck me a bit of a look at the archtecture and the old building itself while the boys went potty and waited in line for our bags. Then off to an actual Spanish restaurant whe I ordered Paella (quite frankly, my friend from Spain made better) and the kids had steak and eggs. Well- at least they ate it. Walked by that huge Cathedral that I should knwo the name of but don't. Saw those people dancing and then peeked in the windows. Well- it was closed and dark. I didn't actually get all that much out of it. Sorry. Walked back to the hotel and slept.

Woke up the next day and ate breakfast at the hotel. Waited to get on those tourist busses and went up to Park Guell. OK- this place has to be the most amazing place I have ever been in my life. Just gorgeous no matter how you view it. Of course it was full of people, but still- we wandered up to the top and peered down, and managed to let the kids play in a little park. Then back to the bus to drive the rest of the city. When we finished that, off to the other bus to see the other route. It's all so gorgeous. Someday I will have to go back.

Next day was the day we went on the boat. Lots of lines and driving and sitting and eating. Still- I love being on the water, so that was nice. Next two days we went to smaller coastal towns in Spain- Alicante and Malaga. I loved them both. Well- to be fair- didn't actually see much of Malaga except to drive through it. We went to the Caves in Nerja. Which was pretty amazing to me. The last day in Europe we did Lisbon for a walking tour. Then off to the ocean for 7 days. Landing in Miami and flying home.
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[Friday, September 24th, 2004
10:23am]
Yesterday- Soccer. That pretty much covers it. Well- I did read The Grim Grotto. Quite fun. And, I finished the Traveling Pants- which I wasn't huge on the beginning, but settled into her style by the middle and enjoyed it. A very sweet book- but, it might have been too sweet for me at the appropriate reading age. Although, to be fair, I'd have read it at 10 or something, and then been disappointed when my life wasn't even as interesting as Tibby's.

Today I'm plugging along with Mr. Norrell. I like it, but I cannot read a ton of it. The pacing is slow- very slow. And, although I can quite enjoy slow, I cannot sit for 12 hours reading just slow. Sorry. Suppose this is why I love children's books so. The adult stuff- to intellectual for me.

Read the Patternworks catalog while eating too much. Found a couple things I'd like to make that I would actually spend the money on- but, I don't think I really have the time.

Oh yeah- I have to tidy up the house so the cleaning person can get teh scum off the floors. OK- that's a bit of an exaggeration- but, I do have 2 boys. The hamster cages need to be cleaned too. And I need to read and exercise and maybe even write. Soooooo- why am I wasting time here? Ah well- who knows, huh?
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[Thursday, September 23rd, 2004
12:10am]
This stupid thing hates me and ate up my whole day!
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[Monday, September 20th, 2004
12:11pm]
OK- day two of the every day thing! Woohoo for me- I've made it farutehr than I expected!!!

Actually, that's all crap. Kev is home sick today. But, he isn't all that sick, and is bouncing off the walls. And I'm tired and cranky because I was woken up during a dream and had to take him to the Dr. But, the good part is that she said he could go to school tomorrow. Yay!!!!

I was supposed to exercise today- and I might. We are taking a dance class tonight, so I figure that's an hour to an hour and a half. We're kind of dumb, so we don't always make it the full hour. Apparently dancing is a skill we aren't picking up so very quickly. I thought it would be a kind of cool thing for us to know ballroom dancing for our cruise- it might be fun one night, so we are learning. Personally, I think he's teaching us way too much. So far (2 weeks) we have leared waltz, cha-cha, rhumba and swing ( I think there's one more- as you can tell- I haven't actually learned all that much!). He has tango planned for tonight. Might be a bit too ambitious for us. Not to say- I'm perfectly happy to skip the rhumba. It confuses me. But, swing is pretty fun. I can see actaully wanting to be good at that. Waltz= really bloddy boring, and the cha-cha is OK, but nothing special. At least at our level.
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[Sunday, September 19th, 2004
9:27pm]
OK- I'm going to try to update every day or so. Who wants to make a bet that I don't! Hehe- sorry. I really do intend to.

Began the day by waking up too late for the 11:15 service at church. Went out for lunch- the restaurant was exceedingly full, the kids quite noisy, and amazingly not the most annoying children in the place today. Had a bit of a laugh watching someone else's children poking around the bulk bins testing the candy. So nice when it's not MY job to discipline them, and the other patrons aren't looking at ME with disapproval.

Went to Target and bought too much stuff. Clothes for all of us. The boys now have Caroline shirts (and in Kev's case, pants) so they can appear in public on game days without fear of reprisal. Also bought potatoes to go under the beef stew. Which I might add smelled delicious when I put it in the crockpot this morning, and made the house all stewie.

Need to remember to go to the group sort to poke through other peoples donated clothing. A bit icky, but it helps the school earn money. And, we must all do all we can. And, unfortunately I can do this, and ever agreed to with a witness. Usually I do books, but have been so lax, I sometimes wonder if they even know me any more.
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[Monday, September 13th, 2004
1:35pm]
Copied from Kim (and, apparently everyone else!) because I thought it was cool. Did it work? Am I actually on the map? I tried, but it didn't send me a confirmation or a pic of the map, so I couldn't tell.

I'm trying to get all my Livejournal friends' locations plotted on a map - please add your location starting with this form.
Username:
(Then get your friends to!)
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