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Friday, April 15, 2011

Days 1 and 2

I'm going to do Day 1 and Day 2 today, because yesterday's needed a description of the day, and I couldn't really do that until the day was over, now could I?
A picture of yourself:

And a description of how your day was:
Well! Not to make any of you jealous, but it was pretty awesome. It started at midnight at Josh's house for breakfast. Crazy? Yes. Awesome? Yes. This involved cinnamon rolls, peppermint tea, apple butter, bacon, and other delicious foods. Miriam performed her scene for us. We played truth or dare. A tip: probably best not to do this at 1:30 a.m. It becomes rather muddled. ("I truth you to dare Clinton to dare Josh to go...") And I had a lovely talk with Josh and Kate. There was so much smoke in the air from the men cooking bacon that when I got home my jacket smelled like a campfire.
After that, my day was pretty average--ironing, homework--until about 4:00 p.m, when Kate and I went over to the Lord of the Rings marathon hosted by Andrew. This was bound to be good...
We cried, of course. (Although not as much as usual because we were so tired.) We cheered every time



 or Figwit
came on screen--who wouldn't? We renewed old jokes:

Thank you, Legolas.

And started some new ones:

"We have decided...that you are not orcs." "How can that be your decision?!"

Meet Susan, the Stewardess of Gondor. Would you like some pretzels?

Samwise tears are approximately 1000 times more potent than phoenix tears.

This is Frank. Not to be confused with Eowyn--can't you tell this is a guy?

This is Aaron. He's pretty awesome.
We also learned a few things: How to say "Do I not also have your love?" in Elvish, that the credits on Return of the King are in fact 15 minutes long, and that these movies contain awesome (and occasionally pointy) boots. There was something else, too, that possibly had to do with the Mouth of Sauron, but I can't remember what it was. Anyone?
And that, dear friends, was my day.
A photo of something you ate today:

Cheese straws. Yum.


  1. I'm going to comment on this, but I really just want to comment on your quote of the week. How on earth have I not heard that before?! It's glorious!

  2. I love you so much. This made me laugh heartily. That was a very, very good day. Despite the copious amounts of weeping (at AND away from the LotR marathon.) I love being mentioned in your blog. I feel like a celebrity. *more rambling* Anyway, I love you. Let's play? Yes.
    Love me.

  3. I love it. Now I haz new LotR jokes. ^_^