You scored 97% spaceball!
|Yep, you definitely have seen the movie more times than anybody probably ever should. You're the hero in this test, now go on and find your princess (or get freaky with her if you have already found her). This is a match-up site after all. Of course you might not be here if you haven't spent so much time watching this movie, then again maybe you would. Either way you have my respect, if you're a girl maybe you should send me a message, lol... May the schwartz be with you!|
|My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:|
|Link: The Spaceballs: The Test written by happyoutkast on Ok Cupid|
After the assembly "party" we all went to see Fantastic 4 which I thought was pretty entertaining. So I just got home a little bit ago and even though I'm physically exhausted I'm so wound up I won't be able to sleep for a while. I'm really up tonight, happy, singing along with the radio kind of up. It's a good thing.
STUCK IN ANGER AND RESENTMENT
Tom felt good about his divorce. He was relieved to get out and be free. When he was married, he had been completely frustrated. He felt that no matter what he did for his wife it was never enough. No matter what he said, it was the wrong thing. He explained, "She was just too demanding. There was no fun. A relationship should be fun." ( Read more... )
|You Are 50% Weird|
Normal enough to know that you're weird...
But too damn weird to do anything about it!
I spent the better part of the day scared out of my gourd about how I feel about Dave (the most recent one) then I realized that I don't need to figure that out just yet. I also spent part of the day thinking about the last Dave and what my feelings are for him. My brain recognizes that things never could have worked out between us long term but my heart hasn't quite caught up with my brain yet. Good ol' Dr. John Gray confirmed my musings in his book Mars and Venus Starting Over which I just picked up today and started to read - he calls it emotional lag time and likens the speed that the mind recovers from a breakup to the speed of light while likening the speed that the heart recovers to the speed of sound. So I'm trying to allow my heart the freedom to work through the feelings it still has for the last Dave and acknowledge that it's okay for me to still feel sad, wistful, etc. that he is no longer in my life. It's okay that my heart still loves him and can't quite let go of him yet even though my brain has recognized that I am better off without him. I'm still grieving that loss and if I don't allow myself to actually feel those emotions I'll never heal fully and be capable of finding a healthy, loving relationship and truly move on with my life. If there is one thing I've learned it's that it takes more than just attraction to make love and it takes more than just love to make a healthy relationship.
On a completely unrelated note, I found jean shorts for $4.99 at Mr. B's - yes! I love a good deal. I had discovered holes in two pair of my short yesterday so I went shopping for some today and just happened upon a great sale. Love when that happens. Also got a really cute pair of Bongo jeans with a really cute belt for $9.99, gotta love that.
You're Watership Down!
by Richard Adams
Though many think of you as a bit young, even childish, you're
actually incredibly deep and complex. You show people the need to rethink their
assumptions, and confront them on everything from how they think to where they
build their houses. You might be one of the greatest people of all time. You'd
be recognized as such if you weren't always talking about talking rabbits.
Take the Book Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.
My boss is taking the whole office (that's Barb and me) to his kid's play (The Wizard of Oz) tomorrow night so that should be a fun outing. Barb's husband and mom are coming too and Bill's wife and mom. And me, alone, solo. I don't mind though. I'm actually kind of reveling in being alone right now. I'm starting to hang things, pictures, paper towel holders etc. and the place is really starting to feel more settled. Once I get that storage shed I bought last night at Lowe's assembled I'll be able to move a lot of this stuff out of my way so I can really get down to the business of unpacking and making this place a home.
I just need to con my brother into coming over soon to take a look at my outlets that aren't working and see if he can re-wire them. It's darn inconvenient not to have the outlet behind my entertainment center work.
Tomorrow we're closing on the house we're selling. Yay for funds! Since my unemployment checks aren't finding me at my new address yet but my bills are funds are a cool thing to have.
I'm adding a 4th day to my work week next week. I am continually assured that it will eventually become full-time. As long as I have enough to cover the bills though I just might stay at 4 days a week. I'm not sure if I'll have enough or not - I don't exactly know what all my expenses are going to be like in the new place (utilities etc.) yet. We will see.
I was just meditating - yes, with incense and a candle - how very new age/pagan of me. ;) And as I was meditating and thinking about the book I'm reading right now by Marcus Borg (actual title is listed on my profile - I don't recall it off hand). A wave of the above washed over me like none other. And it was an affirmation that I'm on the right path. I got sidetracked a little by some personal traumas and just life's busyness in general. But my whole liberal shift - that's good, that's of God - because it produces the above. And anything that produces the fruit of the Spririt is good, holy, wonderful!
So my assignment for you all here is this - when I start stressing about something again - because we all know it will happen. :) When I start stressing again one of you needs to remind me to take time for the spiritual side of life and cease grasping. If you'd do that I'd be much obliged. Have a blessed evening.