29 May 2009


Thank goodness for Summer! Released as of 2:55, May 28th, 2009! Let's take some time to reflect the best times of Summer with some quotes, and natural living facts.


“Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass under the trees on a summer's day, listening to the murmur of water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is by no means a waste of time”

--John Lubbock

“Summer is the time when one sheds one's tensions with one's clothes, and the right kind of day is jeweled balm for the battered spirit. A few of those days and you can become drunk with the belief that all's right with the world.”

--Ada Louise Huxtable

Natural Facts;;;

1. the warm sun on your skin

2. the feel of your feet in the water and sand in between your toes

3. crazy, insane pictures of the crew

4. HOT weather......(and boys!)

5. the shade of the tree longing at the edge of the yard

6. it's so hot that your ice cream melts in your hand

7. swimming and awesome cannonballs that soak everyone!


Whatever happens this Summer, i won't have any regrets. What-so-ever

27 May 2009

could summer COME any slower!?

My Dear Lord, PLEASE make 3:15 tomorrow come fast! We have 2 Finals-(Math and Lit) and every other school is out except for us! And the graduating classes of 2009, Kudos, whether it be PreSchool, Kindergarten, 6th grade, Jr. High, High School or College. Wow, i never reialized how many times you graduate as a kid! And...........it's almost swimsuit&tanning time! What about you guys?

24 May 2009

memories and adventures in MouseCatching

wow. first, lets start with Memories

Have you ever had one of those days where just the faintest smell of something would transport you back to that moment it happened whether it be good or bad? Where maybe the smell of a certain ingredient would bring back Grandmaw's Infamous Cookie Recipe? Or maybe the smell of The Ocean takes you to the time when you were a child, letting the waves crash over you in laughter? Well, i had one of those experiences tonight. I was dragging out the 3 huge boxes of Barbies and their Accessories to sort through to give to the little 7 year old neighbor of Mom's and mine, when suddenly i ran across these

Just a pair of a Barbie sofa set, but the smell of them is so memory-filled that it brought tears to my eyes, and i laid on the hardwood floor, hugging every piece of it to my heart. Or maybe these as i pulled them out of the box, smiling.

1994 Wal-Mart Special Edition Toothfairy Barbie
1996 Birthday Barbie
1997 Holiday Barbie

1999/2000 Millenium Princess Barbie (When everyone thought the world was going to end. What do you know, it's almost a decade later!)
And yet, of course, for the 1st time since Christmas Eve of 2004, the tabby cat prances out of the garage, holding something in his smirking and proud little mouth. But what, is this wonderous thing? A what? A MOUSE!!!?? who would have guessed?! and who, but the animal lover has to clean up the poor fellow's trail after begging COMIC to "not kill it! Let it live....OUTSIDE! It has a reason too you know!"
Therfore, I would like to hear some of your stories. On either subject, give or take?

21 May 2009


If someone uses the expression,"You look like you've just lost your best friend." i might just kick them in the balls if they have any. But, it kind of worked out for the best, it just sucks to have to deal with it for the next 4 days for 8 hours.

20 May 2009

Happy Birthday!

Today is GenerationSwap's 59th birthday! Here, are some fun facts about the 50's that you may or may not remember.

---------------In 1950, the first modern credit card was introduced. The first organ transplant was performed, and the first Peanuts cartoon strip was released. The Korean War began, and Senator Joseph McCarthy begins the communist witch-hunt. United States President Truman ordered the construction of the hydrogen bomb. The average income was three thousand, two hundred sixteen dollars. Milk cost eighty-two cents, gas was twenty cents, and a postage stamp cost three cents. I know what your thinking. "We're getting ripped off. Gas now cost more than my shoelace."
In1951, color television was introduced. South Africans are forced to carry ID cards identifying their race. President Truman signs a peace treaty with Japan, which officially ended World War II. Winston Churchill is again the Prime Minister of Great Britain. A house cost sixteen thousand dollars, and milk cost ninety-two cents. Six bottles of Coca-Cola cost thirty-seven cents. A pound of buttered peanut brittle cost twenty-five cents. The average income was three thousand, five hundred fifteen dollars.
In 1952, car seat belts were introduced. Jacques Cousteau discovered an ancient Greek ship. The polio vaccine was created. Princess Elizabeth becomes queen at the age of twenty-five. A house cost sixteen thousand, eight hundred dollars. Bread cost sixteen cents. A one-pound package of M&M’s cost fifty-nine cents. We would be buying tons and tons of M&M's nowadays if it still cost fifty-nine cents. At Sears, a red “Radio Flyer” wagon cost eight dollars and seventy-five cents. The popular toy, Mr. Potato Head was patented. A brand new Japanese company, Sony, introduces the first pocket-sized transistor radio.
In 1953, DNA was discovered. Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay were the first people to climb Mount Everest. Joseph Stalin, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union’s Central Committee died on March 5. He probably suffered a stroke that paralyzed the right side of his body. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are executed for espionage. Two brothers-in-law, Burt Baskin and Irv Robbins decide to open an ice cream store together. In the movie, Shrek 2, the popular ice cream store was parodied as Bassken-Robenhood. I found that hilarious, because it went well with the whole enchilada of fairytale business. In 1953, a house cost seventeen thousand, four hundred dollars. The gas price rose to twenty-two cents. Romaine lettuce cost ten cents a pound. The first three dimensional movie, Arch Oboler’s Bwana Devil is shown. The world’s first instant iced tea was White Rose Redi-tea. The first musical synthesizer is invented by RCA.
In 1954, Britain sponsors an expedition to search for the Abominable Snowman. The first atomic submarine is launched. A report says cigarettes cause cancer. Roger Bannister breaks the four-minute mile. Segregation is ruled illegal in the United States. A house cost twenty-two thousand dollars. The average income was three thousand, nine hundred sixty dollars. Gas cost twenty-one cents, unlike today where gas in New York cost almost three dollars. A half-gallon of Clorox Bleach cost nineteen. A twenty-gallon gas water heater cost seventy-five dollars. The first nonstick pan was produced. Harvard physicians perform the first successful kidney transplant in the United States. The patient survived for seven years after receiving the transplant.
On July 17, 1955, Walt Disney opened Disneyland in Anaheim, California. The McDonald’s Corporation was founded. On December 5, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus. This led to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. forming a boycott against the bus companies in Montgomery, AL. The bus company lost a lot of revenue, so they changed their rules. An African-American person was now allowed to sit on the front of the bus. The Warsaw Pact as signed. A house cost twenty-two thousand dollars. The average income was four thousand, one hundred thirty-seven dollars. Gas cost twenty-three cents. A one dozen package of eggs cost sixty-one cents. A twenty-four pack of Cracker Jack cost one dollar and forty-nine cents. A Mickey Mouse lunch box cost eighty-eight cents. Kids today will be going crazy with those! I wonder how much stickers cost back then? One pint of potato salad cost twenty-nine cents. The Tetracycline and optic fiber were invented. Tappan manufactured the first home microwave ovens. Since the microwave ovens cost one thousand, three hundred dollars, sales were slow.
In 1956, Elvis Presley gyrated on Ed Sullivan’s show. Grace Kelly marries Prince Rainier III of Monaco. In 1956, Velcro was introduced. The television remote was invented. On April 19, 1956, a British driver, Lionel Crabb dives into the Portsmouth harbor to investigate a visiting Soviet cruiser and disappears. On May 2, 1956, The Methodist Church in America decides at its General Conference to grant women the status of full-ordained clergy. The conference also calls for an end to segregation in that area. On May 21, 1956, there was nuclear testing on Bikini Atoll, in the Pacific Ocean. It is the first airborne explosion of a hydrogen bomb. I have good news for all the Yankee fans! On October 8, 1956, Don Larsen of the New York Yankees throws the first and only perfect game in World Series history against the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Yankees won the World Series with four games. A house cost twenty-two thousand dollars. The average income was four thousand, four hundred fifty-four thousand. A ten-ounce package of Carnation Instant Chocolate Drink cost thirty-three cents. Cabbage cost four cents per pound. A Ford car cost from one thousand, seven hundred forty-eight dollars to three thousand, one hundred fifty-one dollars. The first computer hard disk is used. The Los Alamos Laboratory discovers an atomic particle with no electric charge, the neutrino. Betty Nesmith, a secretary, invented “Mistake Out,” which was later renamed, “Liquid Paper.”
In 1957, Dr. Seuss published The Cat in the Hat. The European Economic Community is established. On January 13, the Wham-O Company produces the first Frisbee. On January 22, 1957, George P. Meteskey, the New York City “Mad Bomber” is arrested in Waterbury, Connecticut. He is charged with planting over thirty bombs. The next day, Ku Klux Klan members force Willie Edwards, a truck driver, to jump of a bridge into the Alabama River. (You heard that peer pressure saying, right? If all of your friends were jumping off a bridge would you?) Willie Edwards drowns as a result. On May 3, 1957, Walter O’Malley, the owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers decides to move the team from Brooklyn, New York to Los Angeles, California. A house costs twenty thousand dollars. The average income is four thousand, four hundred ninety-four dollars. A Swanson TV dinner costs seventy-five cents, and milk costs one dollar. A twelve ounce bottle of Vermont Maid Syrup costs thirty-three cents. The computer language “Fortran” is invented.
In 1958, Boris Pasternak refused the Nobel Prize. The Hope Diamond is donated to the Smithsonian, and Hula Hoops become popular. Another popular toy, the Lego Toy Bricks were introduced in 1958. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is founded. On January 4, 1958, Suptnik1 falls to Earth from its orbit. On February, 1, 1958, Egypt and Syria unite to form the United Arab Republic. A house cost thirty thousand dollars. The average income was four thousand, six hundred fifty dollars. A postage stamp costs four cents. Tuition at Harvard University for one year cost one thousand, two hundred fifty dollars. Round trip airfare from London to New York City cost four hundred fifty-three dollars. The modem was invented.
In 1959, Castro became the dictator of Cuba. The International Treaty makes Antarctica a Scientific Preserve. The Sound of Music opens on Broadway. Hopefully, this website is alive with good information. (Just joking. I know it is. I mean, thousands of words and how could have you learned nothing?) Quiz shows like Twenty-One, The Big Surprise, Tic Tac Dough, and others were found to be fixed. A house still costs thirty thousand dollars. The average income is five thousand, sixteen dollars. Gas costs twenty-five cents. A Tiny Tears doll cost nine dollars and eighty-eight cents. The internal pacemaker is invented by Wilson Greatbatch.

So, here's to her. Happy Birthday, and hope many more come! I love you.

18 May 2009


we got our schedules today! and i have a class with KJ and JJ oppos! YES! that is like... the brightest thing that has happened in my whole day! What about your lives? How are they going?

15 May 2009

the gift.

Of life. It's truly wonderful. isn't it? Yesterday was JJoppo's birthday, and i just got back from giving her her gift. (: but. what this post is mainly about is The Gift of Life. My cat just had 5kittens. (Pepper, Stripe, Marley, Blackness, and Daffy.)
aren't they adorable? and also, my cousin is expecting a baby girl! (: http://myaimlessinfatuation.blogspot.com/2009/05/wow.html
the gift of Happiness and birth is all around us and we should surely cherish it.

12 May 2009

This hurts.

Things are pretty shaky right now. And i need to be with my best friend. with KJoppo.... She spent SO much of her heart after Orange...and.....he just...doesn't feel it back....and she doesn't need to be hurt anymore. and yes, it is Teenage hormones, taking over our bodies while sleep, but she just wants someone! she just NEEDs to get that feeling of being loved. and....Gah, i love her so much, i'd do ANYTHING for her(I am NOT like that! perfectly straight!) BOTTOM POINT::::: it just really SUCKS!! and i want my buddy to finally be happy! She deserves it.

11 May 2009

decisions, decisions, decisions.

As you all know( if you follow my blog.) i have been in a turmoil of deciding if i do, or do not want to keep this( gosh, it sounds like my baby.) well, i do. it will take time, but i'm going to take it. But, lets shed some light on a nicer things. i have had few relationships in my years, 4 out of 6 failed because of number able reasons only we two knew. but, since it's been awhile since my past relationship, i have decided to open my heart again to Mop-Headed Wonder Teen, which is taking a PRETTY big step since i have shielded my heart heavily in the past year and a half, letting few in and VERY few close. He just doesn't know my feelings yet, not sure that it's going to be very easy to tell him....but...wish me luck!

09 May 2009

i just dont know...

so......i know i havent been posting a lot....but its just kind of hard...between school, and other things(like having your tooth pulled yesterday&being bedridden.)...so...i'm trying to decide whether or not i want to keep it...because i can't even figure out how to put a playlist on it....and it's just so time consuming...

people, should i or shouldn't i keep this blog.

01 May 2009


you've gotta hate it, sometimes love it.

1. Hate it: when it rains EVERYday, without fail. and tornadoes are in every county surrrounding you and you are stuck in a home by yourself.

2. Isnt it supposed to be good? like the perfect essential to the romantic kiss.


BOY gets out of car, seeing GIRL. he runs to her, grabs her into the perfect-kiss-in-the-rain scene. Huge Lightning strikes, and shocks the BOY to his death, dying in the girl's arms.

haha, that's my luck.

i'm in a kind of pessimistic mood today.

maybe because it hasnt been the best of weeks, including last week.

oh well, life has its ups, life has its downs.

(: GenerationSwap has started a WONDERFUL little blog( Kudos to that)

well, JJoppo is Sunnyland(lucky little grr)

Life goes on.

well man it's been nice to skip school today and its time to turn in almost.