October 11, 2006

Sarah: Good Things This Week

  • Butterflies in my stomach

  • Blake's impersonation of Splinter: "Tortles...!"

  • Mallory has the entire Operation song from the commercials memorized.

  • Talking with the girls. There's nothing else like it.

  • Clean Laundry

  • New sheets

  • Coming home to my quiet apartment every night

  • Fall. It's here for real.

  • Season Two of Lost: My new addiction.

  • Hanging out with my big brother. I don't do this enough. He is nice.

  • Nintendogs. I must get one.

  • Having a loud, heated discussion on the best tactical position during a zombie outbreak

  • Not wasting time on a silly thing like sleep. It sucks so many hours of your day away.

  • Diet Coke. Addictive, delicious, and dependable. Plus, it helps with that whole sleep-deprivation thing.
  • Posted by sarah at October 11, 2006 02:17 PM

    What gave you butterflies?

    Posted by: lisa on October 11, 2006 02:26 PM

    I think "Tortles!" is actually spoken by Shredder...

    Posted by: dave on October 11, 2006 02:42 PM

    I LOVED that Zombie discussion. And I LOVE you.

    Posted by: Andrea on October 12, 2006 06:19 PM

    I can't believe I'm the only one who remembers the commercial... OPERATION... THOUSAND DOLLARS FEE! OPERATION! also, I'm sad I missed out on a Ninja Turtles conversation.

    Posted by: Mallory on October 13, 2006 11:43 AM

    It wasn't just a conversation. You missed out on the ninja turtles MOVIE.

    Posted by: lisa on October 14, 2006 12:12 AM

    I realize this is delayed... but WHAT????? I CANT BELIEVE I WAS LEFT OUT OF A NINJA TURTLES MOVIE.

    Posted by: Mallory on October 17, 2006 01:46 PM

    are the nintendogs just nicer, more expensive 3-D versions of the gig-pets we all had junior high?

    Posted by: stace on October 18, 2006 11:58 AM

    Sorry about the Ninja Turtles typo. And yeah. The movie was awesome. But spur of the moment. You just had to be there. It was sort of like a comet. Or an eclipse.
    Stace, nintendogs are like giga-pets, but WAY better. Plus, they learn. Like you train them in obstacle courses, teach them tricks, enter them into competitions. And they're as cute as real dogs. Plus, you can turn the game off, unlike gigapets. All in all? I give them two thumbs up. They're especially good for us apartment owners that can't have dogs as adorable as yours.

    Posted by: sarah on October 18, 2006 01:24 PM
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