Sunday, January 22, 2006

Secret Sentence XII

Below, I wrote a journal entry and in my entry there are Blue words in bold scattered throughout it. The object of the game is to form the correct sentence from the words that I have given you! I will be giving you a dummy word to make it a little more difficult. The people who guess correctly will be put in a drawing of sorts, and the winner gets to have a sentence of their choice in the next "Secret Sentence"! However, the winner cannot guess in the next "Secret Sentence" if they submit a sentence in. I will take guesses until Thursday and post the answer on Friday! I am asking that you email me your answers, this way everyone will have a chance and no one will know who the first person to guess correctly is.

I'm Wavering the Dummy Word This Week!

Last weeks winner was Ari, she was the first and only person to guess it. It was so easy, that I could have put thwip in as a hint and it would have stuck to your brain like Spiderman's webbing. Secret Sentence XI's answer is "With Great Power, Comes Great Responsibility". That was a quote from "Spiderman's" Uncle Ben, which is the driving force behind the reason that Peter Parker became Spiderman. It was his uncles last words, but it wouldn't have been, if Peter had stopped the criminal that stole a bag of money from a wrestling promoter that jipped him. This next Secret Sentence is well, its a challenge to say the least. There is one word in it that is very challenging. Lets see if I can use it! I hope somebody can guess it. Lets just say that if you look at the words you can logically figure it out. I normally do SS on Monday, but I have to work at 7am tomorrow, so this is an early version, because I ain't getting out of bed until 5:45am, and I'm going back to bed when I come home.

Secret Sentence XII: Reflections of Ari'isms LOL

Last Saturday Friday I was playing with Jalani. He was awake, wide awake, I mean the boy's eyes almost popped out of his head. It was so creepy, that I felt like he was trying to use >>>>{{{{Mind Control}}}}<<<<>>>>{{{{You will bring me my ba ba, you will bring me my ba ba, you will bring me my ba ba}}}}<<<<). Ba Ba....(Shaking my head) What was that! Seriously, after I stopped tripping on that I started waving hi to him. Jalani smiled and tried waving back to me. He still haven't got control of his hands, but I can tell that he was trying. Then something strange happened. Jalani formed his hand into a fist and stuck it out. How many 1 month old babies you know that want to touch fists? I know one now, so I did it and he smiled. No lie, I couldn't believe what I was seeing, its like babies nowadays are much more evolved then we were, and what is up with my 10 year old sister getting her...You know (shhh...she'd kill me if she find out I posted that). I also had the opportunity to hold Jalani. I was scared before, but now I find myself wanting more MORE (mwahahahaha). If only he'd keep that head still. I felt like he was going to wiggle right out of my arms, onto the floor.

Grandma had to babysit today on her day off from work. Yep it hasn't been six weeks yet, and already my sister Chandra is working again. My mom watched him all day, and when I came home she decided that she was going to fry some bacon, and she forgot to turn the fire on low. I don't know what's worse, the fact that she burned the bacon or the fact that I couldn't smell the thick gray smoke coming from the kitchen. In fact I didn't even see the smoke until my mother yelled, "Dammit I thought I turned the stove on low". So I learned two things about myself today. One: I can breathe thick gray smoke when I am not thinking about it, and Two: I need help, someone call IAA (Internet Addiction anonymous). My mother was distracted from her grandbaby. Jalani isn't as loud as my brother Jevon was when he was a baby, but I could still here him from downstairs. I can't imagine what I would be like if I was a grandfather. I'm not even a father yet, so giving $1 bills to my grandchildren isn't even registering in my head yet. My Grandfather used to give all of his grandchildren $1 bills when we were younger. I remember when I was little I used to call him Grandpa, and he didn't want us to call him that, he preferred Granddad. I wonder if mom will have some sort of preference like that as time go on. As a uncle I know I will, Jalani and I will be having a little talk in about five more months (LOL).

I stole this thing from Ari, who stole it from Chuck!






You Were a Porcupine



You have created your own path in life, and you encourage others to do the same.

Even as life progresses, you always maintain a sense of wonder and innocence.



A Porcupine huh! At least I know I couldn't be touched, unless it was a female porcupine. How do porcupines do it anyways, does a male porcupine even have a penis? Now I am all curious like (Stop Pricking Me).
I wonder??? How many readers have I lost now, I lost count??? LOL!

6 comments:

Jackie said...

Heehee! I'm getting stuck at that downloading data bit again, but I can kinda sorta get comments to open. Not sure what's up with that.

ChasingMoksha said...

I never really sure how this word game is played but it is interesting.

Your poor little sister.....poor poor thing....I would kill you too.

Stephaine said...

I can't believe you spilled your sisters secret.

LOL@the porcupine remarks.

Chelle said...

Prick me big guy... ::snickers::

Ari said...

Hahhaa, I was wondering how you'd work those words in! You're so creative with it.

Actually now I am wondering how porcupines do it too... that IS weird!!!

Ari

Char said...

I have depsatched my answer to this prickly riddle.