Friday, February 6, 2009


Well now. Another week has flown by. Another month has rocketed by. And First Midterms are upon us! WHAT? Where did all the time go? Why do we have to be tested on the things we learn in class? With this day and age of information at our fingertips via the Internet, why is it important to know imports and exports of other countries when one can just Google it? Why do we need to study maths when one can just use a calculator to run the simulations for us?

Soon, I must go and prostitute my blood to make money so that I can survive. It's a lovely way to make some cash, but its really hard to find the time to spend about 2 hours. We have to take a test tonight, and also prepare to try and take two tests this weekend (Saturday). I will prolly only take one on Saturday (120) and save my Asia test for next week on either Monday or Tuesday. Wish me luck!

I love you Chelsea Leigh!

Here is the funny picture I found.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009


So I wanted to write something for anyone that stumbles across this blog, or to any of our friends that peek at this. I just want you to know something that I have thusly learned about relationships and marriage. You have to learn to go with the little things in life or when big things come along, you won't stay afloat. I have learned to cherish all the little fun things that life brings our way. I have learned to love taking the time to smell the roses, and in short, just taking the time. In this day and age when we are technology driven and constantly on the move, it takes a toll on our relationships unless we learn this concept. Just the other night, I had the most fun I have ever had at twelve midnight because I saw that there was a huge patch of ice underneath an overhang outside Chelsea Leigh's house. I grabbed Chelsea and made her "Ice Skate" with me on it. It was clumsy and not really skating, more like sliding, but it was an excuse to get close to her, and to enjoy some simple, little, cute, moment with her. Or just the other day we had the "Spider Pig" song stuck in our heads the entire day. I am not much of a dancer, but I have desire to learn so that Chelsea and I can enjoy dancing together. So I grabbed her and started waltzing in her living room. We had no music so I started singing the "Spider Pig" song. And now every time something happens, it happens to that music. She got a new shirt that has cute clouds on it. Ever so often there is a cloud that has fangs and lightning coming out of its butt. So I started calling her a "Vampire Cloud". (Singing it to her to the tune said above.)

Life, and love, Marriage and companionship, truly comes down to things like this. Things that help to keep you sane and waiting for the next new day. Things that when one or the other or both are grumpy, keep you together and remind you that this soon shall pass. I love you Chelsea Leigh, and yes, I have posted this on both blogs. (: