Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Seven Random Things

I've been trying to think of a good new topic for a while...I'm not sure I can handle this kind of pressure. Anyhoo, you can bring with you seven random things from your home with you to the island, what are you bringing?

1. Farquaad and Fiona.


2. My green polka dotted bicycle. I'm not sure where on the island I'll be able to ride it - I may have to get one of the sexytime trio to build me something.


3. The framed black and white photo of me and my two sisters that my best friend took in 1997.

4. The framed sepia photo of my parents from Thanksgiving 2003.

5. The Red Tent - a book by Anita Diamant. I think this is the best book I've ever read.


6. My Christmas tree, fully decorated. I'm not sure the lights will work, but I'll figure it out. I keep it up all year round at home, and I think it will look great on my island.

7. My brown, red, and white dangly hippy looking earrings. My favorite. They don't go with much, but they'll look great on the island. Plus I love the dangly.

9 comments:

fuzzy j said...

Oh. My. Gosh. That bicycle is amazing! Where did you get that?!

loud said...

Willy Stree Bikes on W Wash last March. You should see the matching(ish) polka dotted helmet.

tommy said...

what is this, a Holiday Inn Express?

loud said...

I don't get the holiday inn express comment.

tommy said...

i just thought that one of the main features of our topics was that they would be very specific, not "random".

loud said...

It's things from your home...not just random things. It may not be a great topic, but I felt the need to contribute...

Is a holiday inn express random? I find them quite predictable.

tommy said...

their commercials point out that they have everything you'd ever need.

Lucia said...

When Tommy said Holiday Inn Express I thought about how their commercials say how much smarter you will be the next day if you stay in one. and they love their cinnamon rolls.
I took it as a compliment as to staying on your island will make you smarter.

loud said...

I think the joy of tivo is that I don't have to watch commercials. I guess the downside is that I'm losing key knowledge for competing in the world series of pop culture.