The Rantings of an Indentured Servant

Sort of Self Explanatory, Don't Ya Think? If it's not obvious, stop. Pan up. Re-read. There you go genius...

Monday, October 31, 2005

Rejected Bon Jovi Album titles...

So, I was talking to MacGyver (Dr. Special has since become known as MacGyver... apparently he has worshiped MacGyver in secret for years and now has become known on campus as "that MacGyver Guy." I'm so proud.) and for some reason we got on the subject of Bon Jovi.

Now, I enjoy some good old Bon Jovi myself, but MacGyver was on to something... he started thinking up rejected Bon Jovi album names.
He came up with someand wanted to know if anyone could think of any more...

Rejected Bon Jovi Album Titles :
Children at Play
Dangerous Curves
Men at Work
Barrier Ahead
4315.6 degrees celsius
4588.705124 degrees kelvin
West Virginia
Rhode Island
One Mediocre Afternoon- Pre Recorded
100,000,000 Bon Jovi Fans stand a pretty good chance at getting it right even if they all just answer "C" for the whole thing...

Any other LP titles that didn't maket the cut?

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

White Board of the Week

To my roommate after she returned from a weekend at home:

To my dearest roommate

I have missed your company more than the blossom misses the sun when the shadow of the storm cloud passes overhead. Being without you is comparable to being one shoe alone in the lost and found of life. I am hopeful that your return will bring the sun out from behind the clouds. Oh, where are you other shoe?


Your roomie

I'm poetic aren't I?

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Why can't it all just stop and be thanksgiving break already?

So, I've muddled through to finally make it to mid-terms. I gave a tour to a family today and I also have a chick in my room right now that's staying the night. Hey, it's ten bucks and free dinner/breakfast... that's cool.

What sucks is that somewhere between clinicals, clinical journals, lesson plans, teaching lessons, work, class, work, portfolio, work, registering, choir, work, and sleeping/eating/showering, my re-enactment season has ended. I have no hope for Trail. It's depressing.

My mother told me that she was proud of me because I put my education first and did the responsible thing. I cannot wait until these whole 40 hr clinical experience per term things are over and I can get back to having a life, (or at least a life that consists of things other than those listed above.) I have decided, however, to create a historical re-enactment society of Augustana.

How's that for a creative way to bring my life back to me? Since I can't go to the event, I'll bring the event to my campus! It's brilliant! I'm awaiting feedback from the student body to see if I'll have enough support to lobby for organizational status. Let's hope word of mouth still works.

Alright. I've got to get back to hosting my overnight. I miss you blog-friends and family. As soon as Thanksgiving break hits I will write every other day!

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