Monday, March 30, 2009
"So then I get on the bus, and I usually sit back on the, like, 15th row, you know. And me and my boys, we always cut up on this one kid who wears these really bright no-name shoes. See, he got this hurricane symbol on his shoes, so we call him 'Category 5'..."
Monday, March 23, 2009
Part of the intro process for reading Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet:
Me: Okay guys, Romeo & Juliet is a pretty famous story. What do you already know about it?
Boy: Ooh, ooh, um, ain't that the one where she has long, long hair and she throw it down to the ground and the wolf, he climbs up it and eats her? And she's been spinning wool or something?
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Okay, here you can see his little head and his little hands, which he was moving all around. He actually turned toward us and I was hating that this wasn't the 3D scan, but no big deal: we'll see him for real in just a few weeks. I'm officially 8 weeks from my due date... oh my gosh. That's huge.
I'm off to bed for now, but I've been thinking on some things lately that I want to jot down. I'll be back in the next couple of days to do that.
Until then, let this bit of freshman wisdom tide you over: Did you know that Indians (Native Americans) did not bathe because they were afraid of water? Yes, according to my girl Ericka, that's the "God's honest truth."
One of my boys advised me to put that down on my list of dumb things freshmen say. Done, Hunter :)
Friday, March 6, 2009
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
girl 1: [holds up finger in front of the other girl's face without taking her eyes off her reflection in her mirror] Girl, you know what the Bible say. It say 'love your haters.' That's all and that's all.
girl 2: I guess...