July 05, 2007

Randomly Randomness

Miss Britt showed me about this fun way to see yourself as an M&M.


That's me as an M&M but with better hair. Complete with cellphone, cause duh I'm not found without it even as candy coated chocolate.

Do it! You know you want to!


And have I mentioned that I live in the Amazon? I've never lived anywhere in town that has so many bugs and creepies and spiders and it's seriously like I live in the jungle.

I found her in my hamper:

(She's in a plastic bag for her own good.)

I saw her out of the corner of my eye don't ask me how:

And I found him on my way out to the the car:

I actually posted the last picture as full motivation to get a manicure. Shame.

I also have no idea why I've taken it upon myself to gender label my new friends.


Meanwhile, I'm waiting to hear back from schools about jobs.


Ashley said...

that spider is HUGE. wow. huge.

i designed my blog - used photoshop to make the banner. reaaally easy to do.


Misguided Mommy said...

that spider is scaring me through the internet i'm pretty sure i would have messed myself if i saw that thing.

Billy said...

I really enjoy these posts with glimpses of the nature! That spider looks lke it of the jumping variety. One of the few types of spiders I like. They have a habit of looking you right in the eyes and will even turn their heads to follow you if you move!

Aimee said...

I love the uh, genderization of your new pals. Everything I come across is a he. :)

alyndabear said...

Okay... the spidey is creeping me out. *shifty eyes*

gautami tripathy said...

When I had to Dharamshala recently for a break, I was amongstmany creepy crawlies. Infact a chameleon jump on to my moms head and we were so scared at that time. Now we find that hilarious.

I have moved many snails out of the way.

I had great fun reading you post. Gllad I got here from Michele's!

themuttprincess said...

HOLY Cow. You have some serious critters around you!

The snails are cute. I decide what gender animals are too.

Memphis Steve said...

I was also kind of curious how you determined that the spider and the lizard were females and the snail was male. But hey, if you checked and knew what to look for then I'm not going to argue. Maybe the spider and the lizard had cell phones and the snail had a TV remote? I'm guessing, obviously.

Nicole said...

Ok, I really hate critters like that! I would seriously freak if that spider was in my hamper. YIKES!!!

Jeninacide said...

Ok, wait: WHERE DO YOU LIVE?! Umm- I'm pretty sure that is a tarantula... ew! Scared now. Very scared... Should I send my dog over to eat it?