Sweeet this is so interesting! Im excited for the next batch!
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This morning there was a half-eaten tomato next to the sink in the bathroom. I told Ashley it was sort of like movie stars having large edible arrangements of fruit in their dressing rooms except that this was a tomato. Half-eaten. In a bathroom. And we’re not famous.
This reminded me of the similarly positioned half-eaten pastrami sandwich from last year.
Ashley and I are moving out of her parent’s house over the course of this coming week. While we are excited to have our own space, with our own pastrami sandwiches littering the bathroom, we will miss Ashley’s family dearly. We are thankful for our time on Thurston Ct. A roof and warm showers are nice. Thank you Bill. Thank you Cindy.
You guys have to either take an apple or a milk. It’s a requirement. That box is always full of apples and I usually have to throw out a whole crate of milk. Goddam.
The HTC Hero 200 comes with a USB charger. One end is shaped funny and seems proprietary. Don’t be fooled. You can also use old Blackberry USB charger or the one that came with the Motorola Razor. In fact, the standard mini-USB that comes with any digital camera will work just fine. I plugged my HTC Hero into a 5-year-old HP A700 series printer today for a little bump. Mini-USB cords are a dime a fuckin’ dozen. Just one more reason not to choose an iPhone. Proprietary USB cords on closed platforms add insult to injury.