Copyright © Simply 14
Design by Dzignine
3.31.2008

One day, Friday 5 will be on FRIDAY.

Relying on an available school computer on a friday is MUCH harder than it sounds. Thankfully, today I have a few hours to catch up on my internet goings-ons.

Now, I love Facebook a LOT. I spend a good portion of my online time on that site, reading about my friends, looking at photos and playing games. But now I have more reasons to love it! I found two of my friends from church on blogger because of it. :) I added a link to their blogs right over here. ->
They are both great writers and have such adorable children. I highly recommend their blogs to anyone over here.

Friday Five:
  1. What do you see when you are looking out of the window closest to you?
  2. Who was the last person coming into your room?
  3. What is the most predominant colour around you?
  4. What is right behind you?
  5. What is on today's calendar sheet?
1. There are no windows in the computer lab. The closest thing I have is a little silver of glass in the door that shows me some beige hallway. It's very stimulating.
2. Jake came into our room, ransacked my bookshelf and asked to borrow "The Once and Future King"
3. You know the color of the DMV? beige-er than that.
4. a very tired looking girl in a yellow sweatshirt.
5. 10:30 am- Computer Lab 5pm- Grocery shopping 8pm- Friends DVD (Thank You Kay!)


I finished a few paintings this weekend. once I get my camera charged I'll get them up on here so you can see. I did a cityscape, an octopus and a really emo looking flower. (purple turned black on me. May be re-doing that one before I try to sell it.)

3 comments:

Ben & Amy says:
at: Mar 31, 2008, 4:27:00 PM said...

can't wait to see the paintings...

Uncle Larry says:
at: Apr 2, 2008, 11:57:00 PM said...

As an English Major I have to point out that it's not "a silver of glass"
it's a sliver of glass. tsk,tsk. And you thought no one read your blog.
Aloha, you all. U L

WonderGirl says:
at: Apr 3, 2008, 1:07:00 PM said...

I am so sorry :) I'll try not to let it happen again.