Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Too lazy to leisure

So I finished mass effect,  and the telltale games and the most immersive game that I have to play next would be skyrim. I keep picking up and putting down that game for one reason or another, but this time it just seems like too much work for some reason.... I mean I have to go find people, and do quests, and kill things, and then become to heavy to run, then find a store, then figure out what to sell, and then go back to the quest.... So much thinking!... But then again I'm just playing xbox... Why do I feel it's almost like I have to do chores? Is it because I'm becoming more of an adult and moving away from games? Or because I'm becoming more lazy? Anyone else feel like this?

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

I love crappy 80's animation

The last unicorn is on Netflix so I decided to watch it. The animation is so cheap, but thats why I like it. She walks past an owl and it look so serious. Then it flies off in an important matter by spreading its wings and making a zig zag pattern upwards with no other movement at all.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

lost chair found

I  got home from work last night and these two apartment kitties that let me pet them and I feed, were chillin on the two chairs I have outside.

I thought it was cute that they had their own chair so I took a picture

Then I went to pick up my boyfriend from another town, maybe took an hour tops and one of the chairs was missing! so I left this note where the chair used to be.

Then after i got comfortable (a.k.a. didn't want to fully open the door for people that knocked) there was a time that my boyfriend asked "was that a knock?"   and I cracked the door and two guys were standing there. One said "Here's your note back" and i explained that my chair was missing, not the note, and he said his friends and him were borrowing it for poker, i wish they had said something once they saw us outside while they were outside, or at least left a note...but hey...maybe they didn't have paper?

Then while walking to the store today I swear it was the same guy because I recognized his dog and I wanted to say "Hey, weren't you the guy who kidnapped my chair?" just the be sure. But of course the conversation went like this.

Him: "hey"
Me: "hello"

One day i may master the art of conversation.