Friday, November 30, 2012

Why I hate my job

Superficial afraid of conflict nitwits that call my boss to tell me that they didn't like the way I folded their towels instead of telling me themselves and showing me how they like their towels folded. Oy. I better get a job in a hospital soon. :)

Thursday, November 29, 2012

End of November Update

I can not believe how time has flown by this November. Almost 30 days in and I'm almost done with my novel.

I've also completed my Language Sample Project (which was crap and bullshit, but it's done) for that I am thankful.

I have left to take a quiz and do another project with my group and a few more Phonetics transcriptions and then I will be done with coursework for the semester.

December will bring lots of GRE studying and applying to graduate school. And working almost full time.

My pledge to help me make it through December alive is almost complete. And I am exhausted.

Can I go to bed now?

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

I know I posted Dan Savage last week...

...but this one is so good too! I love him. :)

And everyone should listen to this.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

I fell in love with Dan Savage a little bit more after watching this...

...and thinking about a recent experience, a lost relationship, and my awkward self...for all of you late-in-life virgins our there: You need to watch this and take notes....potential partners of late-in-life virgins need to take even more....

Monday, November 12, 2012

GRE Update

Here are just a few of the words that I am studying this month in preparation for the GRE I will be taking on December 19th.

1. Dyspeptic: suffering from indigestion
2. Pusillanimous: cowardly
3. Impervious: impossible to penetrate; incapable of being affected
4. Soporific: causing sleep or lethargy
5. Imperturbable: not capable of being disturbed
6. Viscous: thick and adhesive; like a slow-flowing fluid
7. Eloquent: persuasive and moving, especially in speech
8. Volatile: easily aroused or changeable; lively or explosive
9. Loquacious: talkative
10. Analogous: similar or alike in someway

DIAPHANOUS and OPAQUE are not ANALOGUS in meaning.

11. Ignoble: having low moral standards; not noble in character; mean
12. Furtive: secret; stealthy
13. Obstinate: stubborn; unyielding
14. Unconcionable: unscrupulous; shockingly unfair or unjust
15. Unequivocal: absolute, certain

It was absoultely UNEQUIVOCAL that the man's FURTIVE behavior over the last 2 weeks meant he was engaged in the IGNOBLE  act of cheating on his wife.

Mom thought it UNCONCIONABLE that her toddler was acting so OBSTINATE.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Monday, November 5, 2012


Source: via Carlee on Pinterest

Friday, November 2, 2012

I am going to try this THIS weekend!

I love Pinterest

And I need to start cooking again. Especially because I need to get serious about South Beach and carb-free living.

These look delicious and deliciously guilt free. This weekend. :)