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Wednesday, December 11th, 2002
11:21 am
I have always relied on the kindness of strangers
The band that I'm in, The Cowboy Angels, has a gig this Thursday the 12th at Hale's Tavern on The Strip. We'll start around 9ish. Come on out, if'n ya feel inclined.

Even though I don't write much, I still keep up with your lives through your journals. As a side note, I don't have Kirsten's correct email address anymore because my emails to her get sent back. Maybe she'll send me an email so Ill have her address....hint

As another side note, I very nicely mentioned to a fellow who has been out of the country for a while that I noticed he is back. Even though I honestly never thought of him while he was away and would have generally forgotten his existence had I not seen him, I was nice enough to recognize that he was in front of me. Instead of being treated as a human being by him, I was instead looked at meanly and blown off. I hate when my general over-kindnesses are met with disdain.

In another part of the world there are important things to think about, instead of how mean one guy I don't know can be to me for no reason. It's the principalities of it all.

If y'all need a good holiday read, Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates (Tom Robbins) is a good one. The Tuscaloosa library has two copies left. Hurry.
Friday, October 4th, 2002
10:57 am
Katie Wohlford, "Woman with the Heart of a Clown"
Red shoes. Big nose. Eats fancy chocolate. Laughs foolishly at own shortcomings. Yes, indeed, she is much like a clown.
Thursday, October 3rd, 2002
1:44 pm
You people are very interesting. I like to read about your lives and thoughts.

This weekend I went intertubing down Hurricane creek with some friends. If anyone wants to go this Sunday (Ill try to talk Jessica into going) then I would be up for it again.

Last night I saw a guy do funny "one-knee-down" kind of dances on top of the bar in boxers and an oversized six flags rubber sombrero. He called himself "a legend" and sang Phil Collins a cappela. It was so entertaining that I could not leave. In fact, I stayed until 3am. This morning I couldn't get my still-drunk ass up for work in time. Does it mean you're an alcoholic if you miss work b/c of your drinking habits?
Monday, September 16th, 2002
4:00 pm
I got a new kitty cat. He is 5 months old and very sweet. He gives me back massages with his little paws before he falls asleep on top of my head. His name is Lil'Man. He likes to watch me flush the toilet. Come meet him at your next convienience. You can flush the toilet for him and watch his little face light up.
I also got a new job doing promotions for the Chukker. It's really fun because it's like getting to throw parties but I don't have to clean up or pay for beer. The Gingersols are playing with Minibar this Tuesday. (Just doing my job.)
I bought a hotdog for Jello Biafra and Chris Novoselic on Thursday.
Yes, yes, life is good. But just to balance the goodliness, I keep getting bruises and bug bites.
Tuesday, August 27th, 2002
4:24 pm
Back from the Great West
In California- I hit all the emotional highs and lows...more highs than lows... and am back and feeling brand new. L-I-V-E! LIVE! I need a trip every so often to break the monotony. I spent the day in San Francisco with a beautiful Swedish boy who had an Australian accent. No, I mean he was hot. I went to the church of Saint John Coltrane where there was beautiful music and an albino, transvestite trumpet player. I fed lots of people. I went to Yosemite. I had great fun. Much more in between, I just thought I would peak your interest so that ya'll might want to talk to me about it. I am interested in this "movie night" as you call it and would like to know what movie each Wednesday if, in fact, it is decided in a timely fashion. I feel very effecient all of a sudden.
Tuesday, August 13th, 2002
12:40 pm
I am now a graduate with a doctorate in Thinkology (or an undergrad in Psychology...whatever). The Scarecrow said it best: "The square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the remaining two sides." Yes, I do feel smarter.
I leave for Cali on Friday. I am very excited about the things that Joe has planned and about hanging out with his cool roomates who are very entertaining supposedly. We are sailing San Fransisco Bay, going to a church that has canonized John Coltrane, and camping at Yosemite. My family gave me big money for graduation. In fact, I am thinking of staging one every few years. Anyway, I will get to spend it in California and not dive into my savings account (that was for you Jessica).
Patrick's Daddy died Saturday morning. Angel (the ex drag queen), Stephanie (the school teacher) and I (the ex girlfriend) went to the visitation on Sunday and got two flat tires on the way. Then, there was a huge spider on my arm before bed, which I flushed, but it's brother came to haunt me the next day during graduation. Maybe a gaurdian angel in disguise? Spooky. Possibly going through a stage of bad luck. Too soon to tell.
Monday, July 22nd, 2002
3:27 pm
I signed up for aol instant messager today so I need a buddy list. All interested parties please respond.
Sorry I couldn't come to your bash Tami. I hope a good time was had by all. I want to hear stories.
We got more fish at work today. I named them dirt road mama (actually, "dirt" is a see through algae-eating shrimp), underdog and turqouise. Yes, this is how exciting my cubical life is. We are thinking anbout going rollerskating because there is nothing to do here. Someone make my life more interesting! It could always be worse.
Tuesday, July 16th, 2002
1:35 pm
stupid people
This measly undergrad in my office that I hired the other day, put up a sign that said, "if you don't believe 'In God We Trust' then get your ass out of my country." I told him he should at least put a disclaimer that stated that his opinions did not necessarily reflect the opinions of the other office members. Then, I was called "P.C." for that last statement and for the fact that I started a recycling program within the office. Maybe I'm a lousy judge of character (as exhibited by most of my ex-boyfriends and the fact that I hired this bozo). And what is P.C. about recycling? Doesn't P.C. mean, "politically correct"? Wasn't the phrase coined because of politicians who try to win votes by not ever offending anyone by asserting any actual opinions. Isn't it also true that most politicians don't recycle? I mean, I haven't taken a poll or anything but that's my guess. At any rate, that guy sucks. He's as good as fired... and I won't put "good judge of character " on my resume.
Monday, July 15th, 2002
2:42 pm
otter.pop
Now that I work in a cubicle form 9-5 every weekday, my coworkers and I have found ways to enjoy our confinement in this place. We made photocopies of our faces, (mine was the best), and we bought a fish tank. We went to buy fish today. It turns out that fish have to poop and make ammonia in the tank before you can add more fish. So our first fish are named otter and pop. We almost got in a fight at the pet store because we all wanted fish that would eat each other. It's a lot of work being a parent.
Speaking of which, one of my coworkers has to decide by tomorrow whether or not he's going to adopt a 12 year old boy. He thinks he won't be able to get a girl if he has a 12 year old. He's 30 years old and a great father figure to all the kids he works with. I think he should do it. Who would want a girl who wouldn't like a guy who would adopt a foster kid? I need more opinions to give him. Let's take a poll.
2:33 pm
otter.pop
Now that I work in a cubicle form 9-5 every weekday, my coworkers and I have found ways to enjoy our confinement in this place. We made photocopies of our faces, (mine was the best), and we bought a fish tank. We went to buy fish today. It turns out that fish have to poop and make ammonia in the tank before you can add more fish. So our first fish are named otter and pop. We almost got in a fight at the pet store because we all wanted fish that would eat each other. It's a lot of work being a parent.
Speaking of which, one of my coworkers has to decide by tomorrow whether or not he's going to adopt a 12 year old boy. He thinks he won't be able to get a girl if he has a 12 year old. He's 30 years old and a great father figure to all the kids he works with. I think he should do it. Who would want a girl who wouldn't like a guy who would adopt a foster kid? I need more opinions to give him. Let's take a poll.
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