Oh you have GOT TO BE KIDDING ME.
I thought it was just a fluke.
Yesterday, in the hall, I saw one of the cute, stylish senior girls wearing her jeans.....
(wait for it...)
PEGGED AND ROLLED. Like I did in 6th grade. Perhaps the most ugliest and unflattering thing EVER to voluntarily DO TO YOUR OWN FREAKING PANTS.
I thought, "No....no, that must be a mistake. Maybe she just forgot she did that."
And I JUST SAW HER IN THE HALL AGAIN.
NO. No NO NO NO NONONONONONONO.
That is NOT allowed to be in style. EVER. AGAIN. This style makes NO ONE look good, even if you are teeny tiny as this girl is.
I'm going to go cry in a corner now.
Okay. All better. Screw "fashion." Now it's time to return a tag from TriAl. The tag is as follows:
1. Find the nearest book.
2. Name the book & the author.
3. Turn to page 123.
4. Go to the fifth sentence on the page. Copy out the next three sentences and post to your blog.
5. Tag three more folks.
Since I am at school, here's what you get.
The American Republic since 1877, Teacher Wraparound Edition
"They include the right to raise taxes, borrow money, provide for public welfare, and administer criminal justice. Conflicts between state and federal law must be settled in a federal court. The Constitution declares that it is "the supreme Law of the Land."
Bonus points if you can figure out what kinds of powers the first sentence describes, since it was the sentence before that in the book that says it.
I will tag ESpeed, because she's always reading cool stuff, SteveS, because he's just hilarious, and Kim, just cuz that girl cracks me up.
I swear that pics from Hawaii will be up soon...been a crazy week, trying to get back into Eastern Time Zone--much harder than I thought! Tuesday night before school Matt and I were wide awake until 3am, which is 10pm in Hawaii. Sweet. To pass the time, we played "Guitar Hero II" on Playstation 2, which might be the most addictive game EVER.
(By they way, I totally rock. Especially on "Free Bird.")
Last night we met some friends at a Comedy Club downtown--very fun! Tonight we're hanging with some buddies and then I'm very excited to head to Second Sole for a run and breakfast/training seminar on Sunday morning. I did a few 6 mile runs at a nice easy pace this week and a tough Spinerval workout yesterday. It feels good to get my new training schedule this weekend for the Indy Mini coming up in May!
Now, the most pressing question....
Do I sign up for the Chicago Marathon or not? Some of my Soler buddies are doing it, Jacks my kick ass friend lives there, the marathon turns 30, I turn 30....sounds like fate to me! But, $110 is an awful lot if I'm not sure if I can commit to it. My buddy Pat says it will sell out in May. Decisions, decisions.....
Happy Half Birthday to Me!
This might be the most random post ever.