Monday, April 26, 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010
A few weeks ago, I started teasing my friends and roommates. I would say, “I don’t need a husband, I am going to get a dog when I get out of school.” The more I think about this, the better the thought is. So, here is my list on why dogs are better than men:
1) It is ok if a dog is furry, but it is not ok if a man is furry!
2) It is not inhumane to kick a dog out any time he gets smelly.
3) You don’t have to cook for dogs. In fact, it is easier to serve a dog dog food than to serve a man cereal.
4) Dogs forgive easily; they don’t hold grudges.
5) Dogs are always excited to see you when you get home from work or school.
There you go, five good reasons to get a dog instead of a husband. Plus, you don’t have to put yourself out there or risk getting hurt when you get a dog. You simply pick one out that you can’t resist and love it with all your heart. If you love it, it will love you unconditionally in return. No more heartbreaks for me….I’m getting a dog.
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Monday, April 5, 2010
It's finals week...one of the most stressful weeks of the semester. In on of my classes, we discuss various cases each week. This week we are discussing our final case and it happens to be on in vitro fertilization. I was reading an in vitro contract while studying at the library. I needed a good laugh, so I looked over at my roommate, Megan, and said, "What if I really got a guy to sign this?" We don't know why, maybe it was because the library can make one delusional, we thought it was hilarious. So, I printed the contract off and decided to have one of my guy friends sign it. We left the library with a mission. I folded the paper so only the signature line for the husband would be showing. I asked my friend to sign it. After a little convincing and promising I would give him the paper after he signed it, he put his John Hancock on it. I signed it and had a witness sign it and woo-lah, I had a baby-dady. As promised, I let him keep the contract. I still think its hilarious that I talked a guy into signing a contract for in vitro. I told him I picked him because I wanted my children to be as healthy, tall, handsome, and smart and he was the only guy I could think of that exhibited those characteristics. Some might not think my story is funny...but I find it hilarious.
Monday, March 29, 2010
1) Life passes quickly. Before you even realize it, months of your life have vanished. Cherish the time you have, no matter how hard life seems. Don't wish it away; you will never get the moments you do back.
2) Things don't always go your way. I am continually learning this lesson. As soon as I forget it, it doesn't take long to learn it again. I think the hardest thing for me is when I have to work and don't get to play or I like a boy and he doesn't like me back. Take what you get, and be grateful! I guess I can't have it all right now...but maybe I will someday.
3) Take risks! Nothing great was ever achieved without risks being involved. You may not always get desired results, but you will get results. One day, you will find a risk that is so worth taking, all the other risks will seem like they were worth it.
I am excited about this blog! I hope all the readers will enjoy our random ramblings and find ways to enjoy life no matter what comes their way. After all, this is the only life we have; we better live it up to the fullest!