Wednesday, January 26, 2005
You Are a Dalmation Puppy
Kind, bright, and very energetic.Firemen love to pat your little head.

What Breed of Puppy Are You?

posted by ~M~ @ 2:13 PM   0 comments
Oh My God! That's so true!
You Know You're From Long Island When:

You know someone who went to Chaminade.
Jones Beach Theater is the best place in the world to see a concert. CASE CLOSED!
Is it just me, or is every girl from Rockville Centre a bitch?
Billy Joel said it best, "Either you date a rich girl from the North Shore, or a cool girl from the South Shore."
What's the big deal about the Hamptons?
If you're not from Long Island or NYC, you're not really from New York.
You don't go to Manhattan, you go to "the City"
You know the Belt Parkway sucks!
You never, ever want to "change at Jamaica..."
You never realize you have an accent until you leave.
You know where at least one strip club is.

You can name at least three bands that came from Long Island.
You curse. A lot.
Is Huntington really that cool?

You've been to Utopia at least once.
The goddamn geese are everywhere!
If your parents didn't, your grandparents lived in the city.
At some point in your life you or someone you know has owned an animal that came from North Shore Animal League.
You actually remember when you felt safe swimming at Bar Beach and Hempstead Harbor.
Commack movie theatre scares you

You walk around the mall aimlessly.
You drive around your town with your friends, and that's the most exciting part of your evening.
On the weekend, your evening consists of seeing a movie, going bowling, or playing pool.
When you walk in the city and you see two men holding becomes normal to you.
No word ends in an ER, just an AH.
You feel like you know Howard Stern.
You live in the shadow of the greatest city in the world, but you never go there.
When you're away from Long Island, you love it and when you're there, you don't.
You know that the beach sucks during the day and is the most magical place in the world at night
You know the exact point at which Queens turns into Nassau simply on intuition.
You're still waiting for a bridge to Connecticut.
You've tried to use your father's monthly ticket to ride the LIRR. It worked.
No matter what you do, you end up at the diner.
Your distant future might involve the state of Florida.
High school sports aren't that important.
You've never been to Times Square on New Year's Eve.
You've tried to find the Amityville Horror house.
Each one of your diverse friends mercilessly makes fun of his own background.
You love that salty smell of the ocean.
No, you don't want mustard on that burger!
The most exciting day of your summer is when all tickets to every Jones Beach show go on sale.
You know White Castle is terrible for you and the food sucks. But, you periodically "Get the Crave"
You want the Yankees to stay in the Bronx, but would probably go to more games if they moved to Manhattan.
You can order a pizza pie and a soda and people will understand.
You felt slighted when Snapple sold out.
You don't associate Fire Island with gay men.
You wanted Hooters to open simply to piss off "decency" groups.
You watched a game show and wondered, "why are these people so happy that they won a trip to New York?"
You like The Brothers McMullen.
When you hear Billy Joel's "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant" you try to figure out what places on Long Island he's talking about.
You know that parts of the Godfather were filmed on LI.
You always liked Billy Joel, but as soon as you leave, you love Billy Joel.
At some point in your life, you've gone clamming.
You've been to the Tanger Outlets and came home with nothing to show for it.
You have or someone you know has fallen asleep on the LIRR and ended up in one of these three places; Babylon, Port Washington or Hicksville.
You have been to Mulcahay's on Thanksgiving Eve, the largest ladies night event of every year.
You've missed that "Drunk Train", the 2:42 out of Penn and had the dreaded wait until 5:30.
You think Islip MacArthur airport is cute and you enjoy watching it grow up.
Your parents took you to Nathans or Carvel
You hate the radio commercials for the Dublin Pub
Public beach? What's that?
You can correctly pronouce places like Happauge, Commack, Islip, Islandia, Massapequa.
You know the location of 6 malls and a dozen McDonalds and 36 7-11's.
You grew up thinking Chinese food was a basic food group.
You're used to driving down the street in December and seeing more light-up menorahs than you can shake a latka at. In fact, even your non-Jewish friends know what Matzoh is. And you've never driven more than 10 miles without seeing a temple.
Oh, your parents are from Brooklyn? So are mine!
Yes, admit it, you've cruised the Pike.
You can remember making up rules for “Shotgun” calls in high school.
Your elementary school promoted dodge ball as the top gym activity.
You were upset when all the Roy Rogers turned into Wendy’s.
You consider nachos and cheese at the Coliseum to be a suitable dinner date.
You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends from Long Island.
posted by ~M~ @ 2:01 PM   0 comments
Design a Web Site
Box in Amateur fights
Learn to read if not speak Spanish or Italian
Knit or Crochet a Blanket
Read the Bible
And War & Peace

These are my Aspirations so far. Maybe not for 2005 but for the next few years. My problem is getting motivated. When I get home from work, I am just so tired. I just want to veg out in front of the TV. I am trying though to do things. I also am trying to tame the mountain of stuff that is my house. My poor hubby is home with a sore back and trying to wade through everything. Everyday I want to do a little bit. The snow is making it harder because I can't throw out everything I want to. There is no room.

I will leave today with a request: Which version of the bible is the best (easiest) to read?
Let me know!

posted by ~M~ @ 12:52 PM   0 comments
Monday, January 24, 2005
What Blizzard?
So the snow that we got really wasn't that bad. My hubby and I were very lucky too. We got snowbound in a luxury hotel. His grandmother invited us to the Installation dinner for the Fire Dept. where she is the treasurer. We got a hotel room where the dinner was, and boy was this place classy. I mean crystal chandeliers, fabric on the walls, and floor to ceiling gilded mirrors. We drove out Saturday afternoon when it had just sterted snowing. There was an open bar and food all night and we just had to walk upstairs to go to bed. It was great! We were glad to get home though. We got about one and a half feet of snow, and the roads were fine.
posted by ~M~ @ 1:03 PM   0 comments
Thursday, January 20, 2005

You Are 24 Years Old


Under 12: You are a kid at heart. You still have an optimistic life view - and you look at the world with awe.

13-19: You are a teenager at heart. You question authority and are still trying to find your place in this world.

20-29: You are a twentysomething at heart. You feel excited about what's to come... love, work, and new experiences.

30-39: You are a thirtysomething at heart. You've had a taste of success and true love, but you want more!

40+: You are a mature adult. You've been through most of the ups and downs of life already. Now you get to sit back and relax.

I am so tired right now. I can barely keep my eyes open. Ok well I need coffee.
Next topic:

Boxing and Web Site Design

These are the two topics I am thinking about right now. Boxing becuse I really need to get into shape and I feel the need to beat someone up. With boxing I can legally do that. Also I might get my ass whupped but I will be able to spar with my hubby and not get totally whupped.

Now web site design cuz this Blog is looking bland. I am trying to spruce it up by visiting other blogs but I can't seen to figure out some of the things they do. Like the hit counter. I couldn't figure out where to put it in the html to put it in the right place so I kinda put it waaaaaay up at the top. Oh Well! :(

I am feeling so weird right now. Really spacey but tired. No I am not on drugs. But, maybe I should be. Naaaah.

I have a question. Should I have a theme for my Blog? Or should I just continue to write about everything under the sun?

Please comment, I would love to hear what y'all have to say.

posted by ~M~ @ 12:15 PM   0 comments
Thursday, January 13, 2005
New Year' Resolutions (A bit late)

In the year 2005 I resolve to:
Build up my chi.

Get your resolution here.

I have been lurking all day. There is a button on the top of all Blogger pages that allows you to randomly got to a page. I must have clicked at leats a thousand times. There are some weird people out there. Some interesting things too. (See above) I haven't made an actual New Year's Resolution. But I am kind of trying not to be depressed right now. It is kind of hard. Normal people don't realize this.
posted by ~M~ @ 7:17 PM   0 comments
Wednesday, January 12, 2005
Tickle Fight
So my hubby decide last night that the best way to cheer me up was to tickle me. It was quite annoying while I was trying to eat dinner but it actually worked. I think though tonight I am goin to try and get him back. This will be an all out Tickle war before we are done. I am so glad I have the most wonderful man in the world. He will deal with all my insecurities and quirks.

I'll let you know how it goes.

posted by ~M~ @ 1:33 PM   0 comments
Tuesday, January 11, 2005
Hey All!
So Ho Hum What? is kinda how my life goes. Ho Hum, Ho Hum, Ho Hum, then What!!!!!!!!! Days & Days of nothing going on then Smack! something catastrophic happens. (or so it may seem to me).

Here are some of my favorite things:

"Well -- the building stands ...
It is yours for what it has cost you.
It is mine for what it has cost me.
And it is for all mankind ...
Whatever its birth pangs,
it will take its place as your contribution and mine
to the vexed life of our time."
- Frank Lloyd Wright in a letter to Aline Barnsdall

You can, after all, have ethnic and gender pluralism along with intellectual uniformity. The Bush
Cabinet is the case study of a multicultural rainbow of political clones.

Jarrod Moses, CEO and president of Alliance, branding and marketing expert: "Three New Year's resolutions to live
my life by ... 1. Instinct is stronger than upbringing; 2. The work praises the man;
3. An inch of time is an inch of gold, but you can't buy that inch of time with an inch of gold."

Let that sink in a bit, and
Have a Hummy Day!
posted by ~M~ @ 4:51 PM   0 comments
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