14 January, 2008

Can Anything Be Truly Random?

Certain readers of my blog would find it interesting to know that I found my iPod this morning. It was in my backpack...which I had vigorously searched on several occasions. It fell out when I shook the dust off the backpack. Although, for those interested readers, Mom's iPod is with my sister, and once Mom has it back she plans on using it. Sorry!

Also, I will buy a new racquet today (or tomorrow) for my racquetball class. I took my mom's racquet to class today, but it's about half the size and not bouncy (dense?) compared to "modern" racquets. I'd look in thrift stores for a new one, since it seems like something people would toss out a lot, but I don't have enough time :-(

Tonight I'll be writing two columns for my University's student newspaper as part of the application process to be a columnist. I think it'd be fun to write again...we shall see what they think of my writing!

Mom just told me that the beater arm for her stand mixer is gone. No one knows what happened...but the last time anyone saw it, it was in my mouth. She asked if I'd accidentally tossed it out. I highly doubt it (seriously, who would throw out an enameled metal thing?), but wouldn't that make for a great blonde joke? Hm...kinda...NOT!

7 comments:

iJosh said...
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Mark said...

I had a manager at Wendy's who tossed out the portable phone on two seperate ocations.

Laedelas Greenleaf said...

Mark, I bet your manager made his/her underlings root through the trash for it...

John Q said...

Shan, can you please go out and root through the trash for the enameled metal thing?

Mark said...

No my manager was actually a good person she acepted it as lost, I woulda refused to go out to the dumpster to look for it.

John Q said...

Shan, don't bother rooting through the trash for the enameled metal thing. See, I'm a good person, too!

iJosh said...

Hah! I knew it wasn't truly lost. Cool. Maybe next time I go to the store, (to check out the AirBook, of course) I could borrow it and ask a Genius, "Hey, I can't find the screen on this thing..."