Wednesday, March 23, 2005

are you a circle or a square?

So James...obviously you are needing an inspiring Beth post. So, here you go! POST! topic for this evening is...are you a circle or a square? Throughout this post, I urge you to get up and check. Don't just assume that I mean politically or that you enjoy circles more than squares. I have experienced shapedom and I enjoy being a circle. I can't stand being a square.

What the hell am I talking about? Please, let me explain.

Stand up. No really, stand up. Picture yourself as a circle. Think circle. Be circle. This means that you can move in circular motions, swerve circularly, do somersaults (but please don't hurt your head), pirouette across the floor, whatever being a circle inspires you to do. Having fun yet? Well, let me switch gears. Now become a square. Think square. Be square. This means that you are very regimented. You turn corners like nobody's business. Do you feel yourself relax or are you suddenly very uncomfortable? This should help you to determine whether you are a circle or a square.

Proud to be a card-holding circle since...well, since July 10, 1985.

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Guest Post #1

Music of the Moment: Looking Through You by the Beatles

Beth has been so neglectful of her blogging, I have decided to step in and make her blog a bit more interesting with a guest post. My name is Jamalyn, and I'm Bethy-poo's best friend.

Let's describe the surroundings right now. I'm wearing an over-sized shirt from Italy Beth had given to me almost 2 summers ago. Our friend, Joe, is always so distinguishly dressed. Clad in thrift store outfits, Joe is wearing white pants and loafers, kind of like an '80s beach bum. Also wearing a short-sleeved blue shirt under a red and white striped woman's vest, Joe tops off his ensemble witha black button up sweater. Schwag. Beth's... Beth. A Joe's Crab Shack T-shirt, jeans, and barefoot. What are you wearing right now?

Thursday, March 10, 2005


take the taboo quiz.

and go to nothing is taboo there.

Friday, March 04, 2005