Wednesday, September 07, 2005

You know what's really fun? Riding a Jet-Ski.

I have to confess something to you, dear reader - before this weekend, I would have said that the kind of people who ride around on noisy Jet-Skis in a pristine natural environment were not my kind of people. But lo and behold, at this late date, I have discovered that I am that kind of people. In fact, I am maybe a little angry that I have lived this long without the Jet-Ski experience. My parents must take most of the blame for this.

I also went to Burlington and shopped fruitlessly for my imaginary dream boots. Yes, these are similar to the imaginary dream boots I have been looking for for several years. I still haven't found them, though I kind of like these and these. I am a freak, I know.

Speaking of freaking, I was gifted with a PS2 a couple of days ago. I feel guilty in advance of the wasted hours, but it's hard to feel too bad about anything when I'm in the middle of rolling up an awesome katamari, or carjacking some jerk's red Ferrari.

4 comments:

Annie said...

Oooh. I'm loving that second pair of boots.

Anonymous said...

Ok, so this is totally bizzare, but I stumbled onto your blog and based on you comments realized that we went to public school together in Somerset, NJ. In fact, we played together often throughout grade school. I just had to share. This is what I get for avoiding my work after the baby is in bed....
Hint, my intials were...
K.H.

debl said...

That's amazing that you found me! I am sure I know who you are. You want to catch up over email, maybe?

Anonymous said...

Hey Debbie,
I'd love to catch up. It has been almost 15 years! Email me at Kelandpet@aol.com. I was just telling Kim M that I stumbled onto your blog (I still talk to her and Phyllis often).
I look forward to hearing from you!
Kelly