Tuesday, June 2, 2009

facts about today

  1. It is the death anniversary of Helen Keller.
  2. It is Clarissa's Plimpton's 20th birthday. (Coincidence? I think not.)
  3. I watched Gattaca for the second time in 3 days.
  4. We made theater seating for our living room using cinderblocks. It completed me. (Though looking at the pictures I realize that it looks a little ridiculous because our tv screen is so small. Our only defense is that we're girls. Don't hate.)
  5. I did not fall asleep in any of my classes.
  6. There are new episodes of Pushing Daisies!!!
  7. My comparative lit professor knows that I love Pushing Daisies and I'm not sure how he knows.
  8. The Vest will soon be returning to Provo!
  9. I sold my first book on Amazon.com. It was Portrait of the Artist As A Young Man by James Joyce.
  10. My friend Brendan had a strange dream involving an intelligent talking globe, Princess Leia, an android, and the theme song of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
  11. Sometimes people fill in blanks where there were none left empty. I won't name names.

3 comments:

Autumn said...

Wow, David Buck is obviously kind of pricey on pleasurable escapades.

Dave Buck said...

An inventor puts lots of time and research into the invention in order to get it just right. When the product is sold, not only must the cost of production be recovered and rewarded, but the cost of learning all the things that were required for the desired result.

Anna said...

Best day ever!