Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,

Busy busy woo-hoo!

So in case anyone was still wondering, yes, my mother does still cut my fruit into little pieces for my brother and I. If you happen to be over when she is in fruit-preparation mode, she will cut pieces for you, too. Bananas and grapes are exempt from this rule, but everything else - plums, peaches, apples, oranges, assorted melons - apply. This is why everyone loves my Mommy - she is cutely domestic without the fat calories.

Anyway, yesterday was fun. Another week of school is over and already I'm exhausted. This waking up at six in the morning is so draining! Once work kicks in I don't know how I'm going to do this, but I'll figure something out. Sailor bought me California Pizza Kitchen for dinner (Pear & Gorgonzola pizza, yum yum!) and we watched 'Joey' together. I'm not sure if I like it or not, but I loved his 'change is hard' speech. Go Joey!

I also gave Sailor a shirt I bought him a few days ago when Kenny & I were killing time around Westgate. It is grey with pink accents and it's freaking awesome and Sailor didn't seem too happy with it, but I will make him like it, because it is an awesome slim-fit shirt with vintage wash. And it originally retailed for $143, so I got it at such a bargain! If he doesn't show proper love for the shirt I will steal it back and wear it myself.

Off to do homework; I'm drowning in it!

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