Wednesday, 21 April 2010

[20.04.10]


Day Fourteen: Wow, so I thought I had more time, but when I looked down at the clock, it said 11:58 PM (does anyone know how to change the clock on your laptop to 24 hr time?), so I jumped from the couch, dove for my camera and I did not know what to do. How do you express an entire day in one photograph, taken under pressure (under pressure!), in the last moments of the day? I could not figure it out in those few seconds,...so here is a random picture of my elbow.
I hope you enjoy it...I think it beautifully captures the wonder and joy that is the elbow. The sweater is lovely too. I had to leave the sweater on; we cannot have elbow nudity on THIS blog!

Anyhow, my day was filled with...with...well Aryan pride*! Today is mein Fuhrer's (may he rest in peace) Geburtstag! I did also pick out an acting scene today. Hahahahah, as I was driving down the freeway, knowing I would be late to class, I look over, and Mister Sean Brown is coming on to the freeway from Garden Valley. Hilarious. Of course though, he drives slow, and I drive fast, so I beat him. I did! (You win. You always win.) I was all worried about being late and that stupid monologue and guess what?! Dean was not there...so we picked out a scene...

Did stuff.

Spent the evening with Scott and Scott.

FAIL'd, but made an important realization. Now I am duper tired, as usual. :/ Tomorrow should be nice though.

Here's hoping...
"[Love] bears all things, hopes all things, believes all things, endures all things. Love never fails.
1 Corinthians 13:7-8a


*I know you all may be disturbed by the seemingly racist comments and my pride in the Master Race, but I assure you, it is all in good humour. I like black people. They are funny. They are cool. That Snoop Dawg and Will Smith and Oba...ohh...well...not so much.

But really, all in good humour...after all, one of my best friends is jewish. Just because I am aryan, was born in Germany and recite Mein Kampf in its original german does NOT make me a Nazi!

2 comments:

  1. Hitler did some amazing things. He united a country. Made an entire group of people feel better about their lack of melanin. And was Time Magazine's man of the year.
    I'm proud of my nazi cousin.

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