I’m not sure how I made it this far through life without reading Ray Bradbury. I kind of feel like I’ve found a new friend. Someone who’s in on it. Whatever it is. I read Fahrenheit 451 in high school, and I know I loved it, but I honestly don’t remember much about it. Presently I’m more interested… More Dandelion Wine
Seriously, guys. I miss pimping my profile. I miss the hours spent on layouts, wallpaper, font, scrollbars…. and let me tell you, I was a kick-ass profile-pimper. I didn’t use any of those prefab layouts, thank-you-very-much. I had elaborate color schemes and contact boxes and a personalized header featuring my cat. (And as a result… More What if we all just went back to MySpace?
I’ve been thinking about my “favorite children’s stories.” Supposedly it reveals something about my personality. I didn’t really get into fairy tales all that much. As an adult I like Hansel & Gretel b/c it’s twisted. (Kidnapping and cannibalism? Whoa.) But as a kid I didn’t have a strong inclination towards any particular fairy tale… More Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great
Usually I write the post first, and then I come up with a title. Not this time. Title first: John Jacob Jinglehiemer Schmidt. I woke up with it in my head. I keep trying to remember the point of the song. I mean, I know in “Bingo Was His Name-o” the point was to clap… More John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt￼