Tuesday, June 28, 2005

This Friday I am getting my wisdom teeth taken out. :(

However, being that I always look on the bright side of my life (I swear I do I do!) I think this could be a good thing....I will lose a couple pounds!!!

I workout in the mornings at the gym at work. So more days than not, I bring my work uniform with me (scrubs) to change into after a shower. I mostly sleep at my boyfriend's house so the night before work I have to pack gym clothes, work clothes and my lunch. Well I come out of the shower this morning and grab my work clothes.....I forgot my underwear. What is worse? I am wearing white scrubs today. I am wearing white scrubs with no panties. I have to say I feel rather....risque.

Tom Cruise can kiss my pretty tight white ass. He is an expert on psychiatry??? That is just a big pile of smelly bullshit. That's all I have to say about that.

There are some things I know I want to write about. But, I want to sit down and write not give some half ass throw up of a post...so it will just have to wait.

I was kissing my boyfriend the other day and I farted. I guess that is just not sexy.

But he farts too...

So I'm still sexy.

I am going to a million concerts this fall...Oasis, Paul, Decemberists, Green Day, Street Scene....So I am feeling the itch. I miss my concerts. I need some to go to NOW!

I want a puppy.

A puppy is like a little baby to take care of. I might just have to take a trip to the pound.

If you believe in God...did something happen in your life to give you that belief? Did something happen to take it away?

If I had money I would be in London right now partying like a rock star (literally)....oh the joys of being poor.

I promise more interesting stuff tonight. I really do!!!!

Lots of love

Rach

9 comments:

J&M said...

I've had a wisdom tooth taken out... pretty nasty and you'll look like a chipmunk for a few days.

good luck :)

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