Just barely I was looking around iTunes and I went into our "top 25 most played" list and guess what was number one? Of course it was Everytime We Touch! I don't know why, but that really just made my day.
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
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Thursday, June 21, 2007
I guess I don't really have anything extremely profound to say today (do I ever? ha).
But just for the record, I love DOT. So much. I was in need of a good stick dance party. Dancing alone in my car on the way to the MTC just doesn't cut it.
I think we are officially pariahs now. The moment Noelle's grandma shut the curtains on our dance party sealed our pariish fate. Seriously. Hilarious.
So I guess all I want to say is that I find DOT quite delightful. One of the best ideas ever (the best idea being, of course, Casterbridge. I miss it).
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Date: June 8th
Time: 7:30 AM
Location: Elevator; Residence Inn; Anaheim, CA
Main characters: Me, Asian twins (girls, about one year old)
Supporting actors: Asian grandparents, Asian mother
So, one bright and cold morning, I decided to voyage down to the breakfast area. I was by myself, not a big deal, but my elevator stopped on the 5th floor. Again, no big deal. 5 people got on, with two very cute Asian twins. They (the babies) were kinda toddling around the elevator. Eventually (within 5 seconds) they started babbling to me in their native tongue. They were cute, so clearly I had to converse with them. I waved, and smiled, and said stuff like, "Hi! Hello!" in a baby voice, you know. All too soon, our elevator reached the main level. As the twins made their way out of the elevator, their mother turned to me and said, "They were calling you 'Auntie'".
...I'm Asian? That brings our total to 3 lovely people who have mistaken my nationality for Asian. Not like there's anything wrong with that, Mark has me totally convinced of the awesomeness of Asians.