Monday, December 04, 2006


Something Borrowed

I decided that now that I have a smidgen of time, I might as well update my blogs. Hmmm, what to start with? First of all, school.

School has been going well. Cough cough. It has been insanely busy and I have no free time, till now. Micro: AAAUUUGGHHH. Calculus: AAAUUUGGHHH. English: its a laugh. Seriously, microbiology has got to be the hardest and most time-consuming class that I have ever taken. But don't get me wrong we "never have any homework." I have finished the largest project ever known to man and now Mrs. Thomas is starting into Anatomy and Physiology. Don't get me wrong, I really like this class. The Thomas is a great teacher and incredibly interesting. She has a lot of... creative stories to tell the class, and all of this adds to the aura of learning. Calculus is also interesting/humbling. Mrs. Blaisdell is another great teacher; however, sometimes we just don't get it. Like the stuff we have been learning for the past couple weeks. Yeah, that stuff. I don't even know what it is called. English is as always, fairly simple. Sorry Rob if my notes are dragging your GPA down. Its not really my fault; I'm just illiterityious. Mrs. Borgman is a great, godly influence. I really have enjoyed her Bible-reading Tuesdays. They are always encouraging and uplifting. My Spanish class is taught by Mrs. Peacock. And that is all that needs to be said. My Bible class is kind-of boring because it is taught by a certain teacher. Speaking of this certain teacher, Harrison Grey was ushered into the world a couple days ago. Somebody should issue him (Harry aka the little Clayton) a complimentary Bob Dylan Cd to commemorate his (or his mom's) great achievement. Or a banjo or accordian or some other such instrument. A bagpipe would be cool. Speaking of bagpipes, if anyone is ever in need of buying me a present.... HINT HINT!!! Bagpipes are to the 21st century as Louis Armstrong was to flappers.

Sports: Sports are cool. They are the new world peace. Seriously, if the United States allowed everyone in the world to participate in March Madness, no won would be 'mad' anymore.
Colts are 10-2, after losing to a bad to decent Titans team. I have mixed emotions about this one. I mean, come on, a 60 YARD FIELD GOAL TO WIN IT WITH 12 SECONDS LEFT? BALONEY!!!
Purdue Football is going to the Champs Sports Bowl in Orlando. We will play Maryland. Purdue basketball is 6-1. We have already won half as many games as we won in the past two years combined. Woot.
Pacers basketball deserves no comment.

Relationships: I don't know. I don't really pay attention to my friends because, quite frankly, I don't like them. Not really!! Small joke. I don't know, I think that my friends are hip enough to hang out with me. Ha, another joke. Really, I appreciate you guys are you are cool.

The End

P.S. I am afraid that the Blogspot Police might come and arrest me for writing too much. Ah well. Such is life.

Saturday, August 05, 2006


Out with Summer, in with school

Well, the old blog has to get up and runnin' again because school is almost underway. I hadn't realized it. I was just meandering along; cruising through my summer; and then WHAM!!!! School is in one week. One!!!

Anyway, I was thinking the other night about the Roman Empire. Yeah, yeah, don't exit off this yet. In particular, I was thinking about how one day it was the only world power and the next day it was ruined, crumbling. Immediately following that, I began to think about our great country. You know, we could all wake up tomorrow and find that all our major cities were destroyed. I know what your thinking... 'Yeah right like that would ever happen.' But no, really, that is probably exactly what Roman citizens were thinking, 'this could never happen.' I'm not saying it is going to happen, it just makes you think. It really puts in your mind how vulnerable we are, and how much we rely on God.

This bout of thinking was brought upon mainly by watching the conflict in Lebanon and Israel. You know, end times and all that jazz.

Give it a think or three.

See you when school starts.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006



Hey, FAT. What the deuce is your aim screen name?

Anyone else can tell me too.

I finally got an acount. I decided, what the heck, I have to keep in touch with you all somehow during the summer.


17 Words: Final Exams. Holy shaz!!!

Saturday, May 13, 2006



Well, it is over. Not to say that I regretted it. On the contrary, I had one of the best times I have ever had. At the beginning, I wasn't really looking forward to it. My sister and so many other seniors had been saying how boring bland last year was. So, I was figuring that this year was going to be bad as well. But is was awesome. The food was good, except for the "cheesecake bites." The music was good. The slideshow was good. The prophecies were good, and the 'fellowship' was good.

Then, afterwards, a lot of people went over to Ashley's house and had a hot party. It was fun and we drank coffee and sang karaoke. Then afterwards, I went home and did not fall asleep while I was driving, a miracle.

An altogether great evening is completed, and I am somewhat sad that it is over. I am also sad that the year is almost over and I won't see most of my friends. So, I figure I'm going to start going to the Saturday night youth group things at Faith. I did that earlier this year and it was a good time.

So, if anyone ever wants do anything over summer (except Brady Garrison -- HAHAHA) just give me a call and I will be right next to you. As long as I am not working.

Bye, see you all on Monday!!

Monday, April 10, 2006



I have always known about this band. But recently, I came across their new album. It was awesome. Their sound is excellent and their lyrics are very good as well. Go to myspace at and listen to "Someone Else's Arms." It is a great song.

Today I am very sad because my oldest sister and some of her friends and Marcus Brunton and John Davey are going down to Indy tomorrow to see Eisley in concert. I have really wanted to for a while. Unfortunately I cannot go because of all my school. Oh well, maybe some other time.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006


A Walk in the Park

Well, we had play practice again today. She had told us that we might be done as late as 10:00. But we ended up being done at 8:00. So, me and my sister started traveling home. We have to take the stretch of interstate between State Road 26 and State Road 25. We were driving along, and listening to the radio, when we noticed that the engine was very loud. Then it started clanging and making a scraping sound. Almost as if the pistons were scraping against there casings. This happens when there is no oil left in the car. So we pulled over, halfway between the two exits. About 2 miles each way. By then the engine was smoking. We got out, and grudgingly admitted that we would probably have to walk along the interstate and back to the school, which was about 3.5 miles. (Walking along an interstate is illegal) I was kind of hoping that a police car would come and pick us up. So we walked, and walked and walked...........and walked and walked. The entire time I was praying like crazy that someone would see us and pick us up. After walking for 2 miles in literally freezing and windy weather with nothing but our coats, we came to 26. I thought I heard someone yelling Amy's name and I looked around and saw Liz Kuhn off in the distance. It turns out, they were driving on the interstate and Liz managed to recognize us. So, we eventually got home rather late and very tired, but none the worse for wear. We don't know how bad Amy's car is though.

This probably is full of grammmmssiijtical errrorsrrss because I am still very tired.


Friday, March 17, 2006



Well, one of the worst days of my life is finally over. Today is Friday, March 17. It is Saint Patricks Day. It is also the final day of FABA. I was one of the unlucky few who did not get to participate. Yeah, yeah, I know what you are thinking. You think that I have it lucky. Well, if you would have spent the day the way I did, you would be insane as well. The students were told that the teachers would have stuff for them to do. But, when we get to school, we find an eight hour long study hall. You think it sounds cool, huh? Let me put it this way, "It was the most boring and uneventful day that has ever crossed paths with me. You could not pay me to go through that day again." To make matters worse, we had to sit in the auditorium for the last to hours listening to Arvid speak about Eagle Fair. There was something wrong with the auditorium's heating unit because it would alternately blow very warm and then very cold air.

There were two good points. We got to leave school at 3:05 instead of 3:16. I also realized how much I enjoy hanging out with my friends at school. Robbie, Joey, Brady, Sonnie, Danielle, and everybody else, hurry back so we can have a normal Trig class once more.

Because of this bad day, I am tempted to join choir next year just to get into FABA and avoid another day like this one.

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