Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Just To Prove Molly Wrong

Molly doesn't think I will be able to keep this blogging thing up. She might end up being completely right. But just because it's fun to be spiteful, I decided to post yet again to prove that another entry was on its way. Of course, I actually don't have anything planned. When I have nothing planned, it's always good to resort to the ol' handy lists.

I present to you, in no special order, the very important things I hope to accomplish in the next week. Drum roll please!!!!!

To make my Scottish accent sound less like a drunkard yelling.

To eat a pear. Oh boy, don't me started on that pure goodness.

Actually finish this essay that I've been very successful at being distracted from.

On second thought, if I accomplish the above task in a week then it'll be several days late.

Don't hand anything in late. Believe it or not (this may shock poeple who've known me for 10+ years), I have handed in every assignment and they have all been on time!!! Give me a gold star! Or maybe a cookie. With chocolate chips. A hint of peanut butter. Maybe some milk too because I need to wash down that cookie. Actually, I wouldn't mind a sandwich either. Hello?

I'd like to get 100% on a test. Oh wait, I already did that! BECAUSE I'M AWESOME!!!!!

Stop being such a braggart.

Make sure the house is llama proof. Those animals are so vicious!

Actually, keep up this whole responding to e-mails and blogging regularly streak.

Avoid sitting by the stinky guy on the bus

Stop always resorting to these lists because they usually stop being funny after number 3. What!?! None of them were funny?!? You're fired. Ignore the fact you were never hired and I never paid you squat.

Finish this list.

Sweet! I finsihed one of my goals for the week. Now, I definitely deserve that cookie!!! Before I end this pointless post, I want to bring up the surprising fact of the day. As you know, I've been known as one of the biggest wrestling fans this side of the big apple tree on West Street (or at least, someone who like wrestling more than all of you -- which isn't hard for most). I found out that Wrestlemania is this weekend. Just for perspective, Wrestlemania is THE biggest wrestling show of the year. Wrestlemania is BIGGER than Wednesday! I know, that's huge! It's the Christmas for any wrestling fan. Despite all this, I don't care. I know, SHOCK! Yes, I also realize I am over using the capitals here. Anyway, this is probably the first time since I became a wrestling fan at age 10 that I couldn't give two toots of the horn. Odd.

With that useless fact out of the way, I bid you all adieu

Monday, March 27, 2006

Breaking The Silence

I decided that the people that still check this blog are probably tired of the cat vs. dog debate. Those same people may be wondering if I've been swallowed by a dog or a llama (if you don't believe they can be vicious then refer to a previous post). I am alive and not residing in a living organism. Since we've got about 5 months of complete nada and I've got an essay I feel like procrastinating from, it seems like a perfect time for you all to get a super quick recap on the life that is Christopher David Spicer.

I will label this little diddy (do diddies need to be songs?), 'Public Needs To Know: Chris Brings Back Blogging Love.' Before I start with all the fun and raucousness, I do owe lots of people big apologies. I don't do excuses so instead I'll admit I'm an evil man. I hope you can all forgive me for doing such an awful job of keeping in touch with almost all of you.

With that much needed apology out of the way, I will now commence with all the important facts and events of my life that spanned from Early October to about a minute ago. Though for the sake of sanity, I will omit some of experiences that have made up this time period I deem the 'Dark Months' (not dark as in 'booooo, I'm sad' but rather dark as in 'I'm in the dark because Chris never blogs!!!!!!) Because I like lists, I will inform you in that style.

1. I ate lots of pears. Man, pears are a pretty awesome fruit. Fruit in general tends to be pretty high on the list of awesome. Pears, do I ever like to eat them. I also ate lots of clementines, bananas, apples (Honey Crisp!!) and some Chinese fruits that I forget the name of.

2. End of October, I decided to take my beginner's driver test again. I got perfect on it which basically means I'm great.

3. Decided that just successfully knowing my road signs and being able to circle the correct answer isn't enough to be an excellent driver. I made the next big step and started taking driver lessons. I so far haven't run over anybody. Actually, it's about time to start booking my driver's test soon.

4. Probably got some haircuts. Must have. Because my hair appears to be really short at the moment.

5. I use face cleanser now. Which basically means I'm a prepped up wuss. But my girlfriend likes it, so I really don't care. Plus I can't play connect the dots on my face, anymore.

6. As you can tell from my last two points, I am really hot now. Maybe I'll get on the cover of Tiger Beat. It's been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember. Though I tend to only remember things for about 2 minutes.

7. I made the much anticipated and long held off return to school. This time, I did it in Univeristy form. I would tell you that I ended up doing 'okay' in school except that Emily would kick me for saying that. Instead, I will tell you that I am awesome. I'm currently hovering around an A as my average. I will now stop before this section becomes bragging.

8. I'm sure the female portion of you are all clamouring for some Emily news. Soooooo. . . we are doing absolutely fantastic. She is without a doubt my very best friend and I love her lots and lots. Is this sappy enough for you???? Now if any of you have an urge to ask me if I'm going to pop the question, I will ask you put a cork in it. Thanks.

9. Now, I try to come up with some random facts to at least make this a top ten list. It makes my life seem rather dull when 5 months can't even fill 10 spots. Oh wait!!! I spent my first ever Christmas day without my family! That was something new and different. I did spend it with Emily and her family which was delightful. Wow, she comes up a lot in this list, doesn't she? Hmmmmm. . .

10. I became a ninja. Yeah, pretty sweet eh? I also learned that I'm kind of really bad at dancing. But I'm thinking being a ninja will begin to help with that.

My essay is demanding that I pay attention to it again. I will. My goal is to not take almost half a year to post again. Who wants to lay money on it?