Monday, June 28, 2010


There is a business in our work building that didn't pay their rent, so they've been locked out. Is it wrong that I'm trying to figure out how I can get the building managers to give/sell me 2 of the leather armchairs in there? They would look awesome in my house!
I have peaches, cherries, and watermelon, but of course I'm craving pineapples today. Perhaps I'll go grab a pineapple Italian Ice after lunch.
Crap. There may have been a critical error in our plan. I guess we'll know soon enough.
Making jokes about somebody is one thing. Being overly critical, unforgiving, and judgemental is another. We'll just stop talking until you can learn to let people's mistakes go.
My officemates have started taking bets on what time I'm going to show up at work.  These heffas are rude. I walked in the room and one of them said "dag, man." For real? LOL
Man, summer time means drinking more water, which also means waking up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. Makes me angry!
I'm still working on my 30 before 30 list. And my birthday list. And can somebody tell MrC I really don't want to go anywhere for my birthday this year. I just want a house. I keep saying it, but I don't think he can hear me.
I have a design book for my house. When I think of decorating ideas or see something I like, I put it in the book. I'll probably share some of the stuff I have in there eventually. Anybody else have a design book?
I love it when people that live paycheck to paycheck tell me I'm cheap when I refuse to pay $400 to rent a cabin in the woods, even though I realllllyyyyyy want to do it. Realllllyyyyyyy want and reallllllyyy need are two different things. I want a vacation, I need a house. Pay attention, you just might learn something.


Gorgeous_Puddin said...

You're already scoping on their chairs Bwhahahaha! too funny. Is there no hope they will be able to catch up the back rent?

I agree overly critical people make my head hurt.

I have a design book and I save pics of design stuff in my favorites

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