Jul 252009
 

So Alisha would feel like she’s contributing, I dumped a stack of old vacation journals in her lap and gave her the amazing privilege of picking excerpts for me to share with the Internet. It took all of five minutes for her to very sinsiterly say, “Oh, I choose THIS ONE.”

She likes it because I write “sike,” “dag,” “duh” and reference my walkman all in two pages. I WAS SIXTEEN. I also do not have that fucking AWESOMELY ARTISTIC and FEMININE handwriting anymore. But I still have the same supremely accurate page-numbering skillz0rz.

Also, Sharon = my crazy aunt.

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In other news, Henry and Chooch are out “galavanting” for the day (I probably thought I was so cool for using that word, too, btw). I don’t know what they’re doing or where they’re at, but I do know that if I sat here in the same room as Chooch any longer, getting hit with toys while my fingertips are busy bleeding onto the keyboard for CHARITY, I’d probably be back to a childless woman by say, 5pm. Once they come back, I can start fulfilling everyone’s Henry-centric photographical wishes.

P.S. Haha, “rilly.”

  4 Responses to “#14 Vacation Journal Overload”

  1. I think you need to bring back shut with the up arrow. Classic.

    As a side note, I was listening to BBC radio on NPR and they had an interview with some 15 year old kid who spent a week using a classic Walkman then asked him to compare it to an mp3 players. Ready for a shocker? The iPod is a million times better! What a great, hard hitting journalistic accomplishment. Maybe for the next report they can slap a 10 year old in the face and then run him over with a car and ask which one hurt more.

  2. After moving to Lansing and unpacking boxes I found my old diaries and poem books from middle and high school. I spent a few days combing through them with laughter induced tears, man was a I a silly little thing!

  3. Oh man, that was too funny…your handwriting at 16 was way better than mine!

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