Thursday Ten: My Little Windmill Edition

1. After spending most of the lesson working on Green Day, we moved over to “All The Small Things” by Blink-182. Soon, we’ll move back to the other stuff – but it was a nice diversion anyway.

2. Tomorrow is the 97th birthday of the Oreo cookie. Celebrate accordingly.

3. Yeah, it’s “American Idol” time. Nice that they let that big ball of crazy, Tatiana, come back. Girl can’t go five minutes without crying. Fun stuff.

4. It finally felt warm around here today. Winter lasts far too long. I actually tend to avoid watching the weather – especially because at this time of year, it’s just depressing to see temps in the single digits all those days in a row, but man it feels nice today.

5. Song of the week seems to be “Jai Ho” from Slumdog Millionaire.

6. The Princess’s fish still seems to be absurdly bloated. I still am really hoping the fish just needs to lay eggs or something, otherwise… there’s something not quite right with it.

7. This morning, rather than stopping at Starbucks I swung through the MickeyD’s drive through for a cappuccino. It wasn’t good. At all. Bleeeeech.

8. Whoever invented the fan that goes on the treadmill? Sheer genius.

9. I recently had some of my pictures from the 365 project put into a Shutterfly 8×8 photo book. It was awesome and came out looking pretty neat even considering I’m not a hardcore photographer by any means.

10. It took me a month and a half to read “Catch-22” and two days to read Chelsea Handler’s book. I just cracked open “The Count of Monte Cristo” and have already decided to take it easy with that one… Like, maybe, two pages per day? You get a book that big and it’s not even comfortable to hold. No fun. (I just went to look for TCOMC, and I can’t find it. It’s probably being used as a paper weight somewhere).

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Sarah is a book nerd, a music lover, an endorphin junkie, a coffee addict. Oh, and a goof ball. She writes, she tweets, and she sings off key.


  1. Marianne says

    Amen on the McDonald’s Cappuccinos. Ugh.

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