Monday, February 20, 2006

Dawn of The Bed

Man, what I wouldn't give for some sleeping pills that would actually work for me. I feel so tired right now, that I am yawning about every 30 seconds. It actually feels like there is a yawn waiting in a line behind the one I just did, as if it was waiting for a amusement park ride to get on. I can't even go back to sleep, I guess I laid in bed too long. My whole body aches and it is being forced to stay awake. Just yawned again (I type about 34 words per minute). Last night I kept getting up, because I drank too many fluids, so I had to go! I let my sister's borrow my DVD player so they could watch Dawn of The Dead. When they finished with it, one of them left my DVD player sitting on the floor of the hallway, which is about half the flight of stairs that lead to my Bedroom/Attic. When I got up at three in the morning I was greeted by it and I came real close to flying down those flight of steps.

Okay I just turned the volume down on my computer speakers, when I started doing the AOL Journal Experience It was and still is a good thing, but there was an unforeseen side effect. Anyone's journal whom I read, and I sent a email too, would automatically be saved into my AOL instant messenger. I have a lot of you guys logging on and offline, with different sounds. The one sound that scares the heck out of me is the door slamming when people log off. I must have had about three possible shocks to my body that could have potentially cause a heart attack. The softest buddy sound, is that of one of my chat buddy's. Hers is a puppy that barks when she logs on or logs off. Mines is a watercooler bubble, which is soft and non-life-threatening. Speaking of AOL IM, I am opening myself up, if you want to chat just type something in, and I will respond. Although I may be a little boring every now and then, or maybe more than not. Lets just say I am more interesting when I am writing my journal entries compared to chatting online or in person. But hey you never know, there is a off chance that you may get me on a good, half sleep, don't know what the heck I am saying day, in which I will start acting like I am a character from Napoleon Dynamite.

I watched Napoleon Dynamite for the first time yesterday after I came home from work, and ate my breakfast/lunch. I must say that, the movie hurt my brain. It was like Grampa Simpson! "You see, back in those days, rich men would ride around in zeppelins, dropping coins on people, and one day I seen J. D. Rockefeller flying by. So I run out of the house with a big washtub and... Hey! Where are you going?"
"Anyway, where was I? Oh yeah. I used my washtub that morning to clean my turkey, which back then was called a 'walking bird'. We had walking bird on Thanksgiving with cranberry sauce, Injun eyes, and yams stuffed with gunpowder. We also sat around and watched football, which back then was called baseball."
The movie hurt my brain, there were some funny scenes in it, but it hurt my brain. I was tired, and it hurt my brain. So I took out the movie and gave it back to my sisters and told them that it hurt my brain. Meteor Man didn't have a real plot to it, but at least it had some direction. I don't know if I could have found where I was going even if I was given a road map for Napoleon Dynamite.

Last night I watched "Nature" on PBS. It was called "Animals behaving Worse". All and all there were some pretty bad behaving animals (foxes, squirrels, and frogs, oh my). My favorite was the scene on Barn Swallows. The Barn Swallows made a home at a "Home Depot". To get inside, the Barn Swallows would hover around the door sensor at Home Depot until the door would open and fly inside, and they would do this to get out as well. It had me cracking up, how intelligent is that, animals learning how to get around in our "jungles". Vervets in St. Kitts are stealing alcoholic drinks, and there was a bird, that would steel items that were blue in color, and bring them back to there nest, to impress the female of it's species. It was a very interesting show. I hope they make another one.

Okay I just heard what sounded like a dragon log on the instant messenger, man you'd think I was a anxiety disaster waiting to happen. Later!

4 comments:

Stephaine said...

I'm so glad I wasn't the only one whose brain hurt after Napoleon Dynamite. Yes there were some funny moments but at the end I just kept thinking WTF is the big deal.

DesLily said...

I hate the aol sounds so i use my own customized sounds.. for instance when i log on aol.. instead of "welcome" i hear the first few bars of the Indiana Jones theme. When i get mail, instead of "you got mail" I hear the five notes from Close Encounters of the third kind. For my buddy list I hear "Hello M'Lady" for log on and "I'll see you around M'Lady" for log off. and when i log off of aol I hear, "TTFN..ta ta for now".. hehe

dawn said...

charles,
I am so glad to hear someone speak of that moronic movie. My son tried to get me to watch Nap. I couln't even get thru 15 minutes, Its the dumbest thing I've ever seen whats worse teenage boys love it. Meteor Man on the other hand was a good movie , we saw it so long ago yet my kids still like it

Judith HeartSong said...

my buddy sound is a wind chime.... I hate that slamming door one too.