Sara, Rachael, Anna Beth, and I had an awesome Olympics party for the Opening Ceremonies, including an international feast of tacos, fish n' chips, pavlova, and fish fingers and custard. (We would have had some Italian and Japanese food to have even more variety, but sadly achoo it got left behind in the mad dash to find a working TV that actually had the right channel).
Anyway, this year's opening ceremonies were so awesome! I love the Olympics! I need to get my TV working properly again so I can watch the events. (Woot! fencingswimminggymnasticsetc!!!!)
The following is what Sara and Anna Beth decided to write while I was away from the computer for a second. I'll leave it up so we can all laugh at how untrue it is.
[Today was also successful in that we all decided how much we love Sara. She is absolutely our favorite person in the whole world. I mean, she's just so great, don't you think? She's so witty and groovy and cool and funny and smart and amazing and just generally we are all so lucky to be friends with her. You know, she didn't even want to watch the Opening Ceremonies, but we knew that the party would be no fun without her. And it was just such a great experience with her being the life of the party! If only there were more people like Sara in the world. Then we could be around her all the time, instead of having to share her with her family and other people. It's just so sad that she has to be away from us sometimes. :( And that's really the most important thing I have to say about this week- Sara is the best, and I mean it.
But then the torch bearer fell and David Tennant saved the Olympics!]
And that's the end of that absurdity, lol.
Today was also successful in that we basically finalized the costuming for some of the characters of our webseries! (webseries coming this fall!)
Oh, and apparently Rachael, AB, and I have decided we want to play cookie roulette. I both look forward to this and am a little horrified by this decision lol. (Cookie roulette: some cookie are normal, others have random things like beef jerky or mustard baked into them)
Let's see, what else can I mention? Oooh! Sara, I just wanted you to know how much fun I end up having thinking up questions for you just because I'll end up either thinking of or finding random questions that I inevitably looking up the answer to myself. I've found out some ...well, I find them interesting at least. Like the question: "Where do they put toe tags on cadavers without legs?" Evidently, if there's no foot, the tag is on the ankle. if no leg, it's on the wrist. if no limbs at all, the tag is just put in the bag with the body. Or I could tell you about less morbid things I've found out while researching questions. If no one buys a ticket for a movie (if it's at a commercial theater) they still show the movie, just in case someone buys a ticket halfway through. Or, the realization that you can't blow bubbles in space. Or the interesting thought of what "macaroni" actually refers to in Yankee Doodle leading to researching the meaning behind all the lyrics.
meh, this blog is long enough now. Thanks Sara and AB for writing most of this for me!