Wednesday, November 29, 2006

ABC it's easy as 123

A. Stay. She isn't allowed to speak to me and her only communication can be via email.

B. Move. Go to a different department.

C. Quit. Get a severance package.

scratch that

what a difference a day can make

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Problem solved!

I've been having issues at work. I did not post about them here because you just never know who might stumble across your blog.

But anyway, the problem has been solved! I now sit in my very own cubicle in a different area and I report to a new person. Hooray. Today was a great day!

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

70 days

How much is 70 days worth to you?

Is $145 per day for 70 days worth it? $70 a day? $15 a day? $7?

Is not knowing how much each day is worth until after 70 days has passed worth waiting for?

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Ready, Okay

Okay is a term of approval or assent, often written as OK, O.K., ok, okay, okee, or more informally as simply kay, k or kk. Sometimes used with other words, as in "okey, dokey". When used to describe the quality of a thing, it denotes acceptability. However, its usage can also be strongly approving; as with most slang, its usage is determined by context. It could be one of the most widely used words on Earth, since it has spread from English to many other languages.

The historical record shows that "O.K." appeared as an abbreviation for oll korrect (a conscious misspelling of "all correct") in Boston newspapers in 1839, and was reinterpreted as "Old Kinderhook" in the 1840 United States presidential election. Because it is a recent word borne of word play, and because it is so widely used, "O.K." has also invited many folk etymologies. These competing theories are not supported by the historical written record, except in that folk and joke etymologies influenced the true history of the word. Since the 19th century, the word has spread around the world, the "okay" spelling of it first appearing in British writing in the 1860s. Spelled out in full in the 20th century, 'okay' has come to be in everyday use among English speakers, and borrowed by non-English speakers. Occasionally a humorous form okee dokee (or okey dokey) is used, as well as A-ok.


Sunday, November 12, 2006


I have so many projects going on!

I am making a mosaic back splash. I brought the sketch over for approval today and got the go ahead! I am incorporating some pieces of clay pottery that are 2500+ years old.

I am doing an artswap project. That is a secret.

90210 The Movie is still in production.

Christmas presents.

I've upgraded to the new blogger so I hope to post more.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006


This is the 5th blog that I have attempted to post. Error everytime.