Thursday, November 25, 2004

Bandage update

I kept the band-aid on my hand for three days. I think that it helped my scarring a little bit. My hand is slowly on its way to FULL-RECOVERY! hooray!! It's healing just in time for Thanksgiving :).

Happy Turkey Day everyone!!

Two men and an 8-month girl

"Do you think that she wants to suck on a lime?"

Sunday, November 21, 2004

She wants to be a teacher too...

"Students will be assessed on weather or not they participate in the activity."

Saturday, November 20, 2004


I went to Rite-Aid yesterday to buy a bandage that could patch my grated hand. I found these-- band-aid advanced healing finger-care bandages. They go on clear and form a "white cushion" over your inury to protect it. Supposedly it promotes fast, "natural" healing... I just bought them because they looked fun and looked like they would stick to my hand. I had regular dinky bandages on my hand the night before and those fell off while I was asleep. I didn't want to go to work, hand somebody their lunch plate and have my nasty bandage fall in. Eeew.

Anyways, I approve of these bandages. They're a little pricey but worth it. It made my cut disappear. Okay, not really disappear but people didn't even notice the bandage. It was very incognito. I'm supposed to keep this bad-boy on my hand for a few days for "optimal healing." But unfortunatly, the bandage started to peel off last night while at Dave and Busters playing, "The Tower of Power."

Hey, at least it stayed on while I was work. :)

Thursday, November 18, 2004

Cooking Wounds

In an attempt to grate cheese, I grated my right hand-- right on the joint of my thumb.

It actually looks like I intentionally tried to grate my hand. You can see little parallel grate marks...

Saturday, November 13, 2004

I can't believe that this person is going to be a teacher

Someone in my class actually wrote this:

"I will be presenting a lesson plan on the symbolism of the red, white, and blue colors of American Flag and the significance of the 50 stars and the 50 stripes to a classroom of first graders. "

I laughed so hard after reading this post that I had to share it with Joe. His response:

"50 stars and 50 stripes?! lol. Moron."

Friday, November 12, 2004

I can't see too well in the dark

Joe and I just came back from San Francisco where his company celebrated the launch of his new game-- Everquest II. The party was held at RubySkye. Rumor had it that celebrities had been invited.

I think that I saw the actress, Bai Ling... it's either that or I saw a drag queen dressed as her. There were also circulating rumors that Urkel (a.k.a. Jaleel White, from Family Matters) was there but there were no confirmed sightings.

Sunday, November 07, 2004

That's right, get your kids to say it

ha ha ha ha ha

The odds are not in my favor

"I definitely recognize a lot of faces today," commented the CSET proctor as I was turning in my exam. "You look new, though. Do you think you passed or will I be seeing you again in January?"