Thursday, October 19, 2006


Friday is oh-so-close and I'm all over the place

Goodness, I can't wait until tomorrow.

This week has been...okay. Not bad, but I think my blahness comes from feeling underutilized at work. Or rather, I'm doing stuff, but it's all stuff that can wait, like sorting photos and getting rid of ones without credits. I know that's not a bad task, and there are tons of crappier things to do out there than looking at beautiful images of clouds...but so it is. And has been for a couple of weeks. I sort of miss the hardcore pace of yesteryear.

So - my super plan for the weekend is nothing special. I cannot wait.

(Nothing like contradicting my uber "I miss stress" statement of a few moments before.)

I'm planning on reading, doing laundry, finally finishing season 2 of Lost, giving a new recipe a go (potato pancakes? anyone?), possibly catching a matinee (and on that note, I had forgotten about two movies that I want to see: the writing one with Emma Thompson, and the one with Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet), cleaning up my room, maybe going to the NGA, Portrait Gallery, or the Botanic Gardens. You know, just being spectacular and that cool lone traveler.

I'm watching Project Runway right now - why are models always looking nasty and serious? Is that what the industry finds to be attractive and alluring? Is snobbiness supposed to be a plus? My brother's girlfriend's roommate is a model...maybe I'll ask her next time I'm home. (I wonder how I should phrase that so it's not offensive? "Um...are you striving for a bitchy look, or does it come naturally?")

Speaking of home, I'm so there in a week. Exactly. Huzzah!

Oh, and for my second TV comment: does anyone else find that "hotties playing dodgeball in their Hanes underwear" commercial a tadddd uncomfortable? It's just awkward. Why aren't they wearing real clothes? What type of clotheless society are they living in?

Inspirational Quote Time! I spied this in the back cover of my beloved copy of Bridget Jones's Diary, scrawled in my cramped and abbrieviated style. I think I found the quote on an airplane a couple of years ago, in one of those SkyMall catalogs.

"This is the beginning of a new day. You have been given this day to use as you will. You can waste it or you can use it for good. What you do today is important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it. When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone forever; in its place is something that you have left behind...let it be something good."

Got that?

Finally...I love Dierks Bentley. He's such a heartbreaker.

I love planing weekends to do nothing.
Sounds like the perfect type of weekend. Enjoy! :)
Ouch! Dodgeball in underwear? Does that not sting like the Dickens???
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