Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Happy Holidays to all!

what i got on the 25th of december from family members:

-ipod mini [actually i got this myself]...in silver
-sqush pillow [pink](google it)
-socks
-pants
-shirt
-gift card to old navy
-bracelet
-$100
-$50
-$10
-tea cakes
-two teddy bearts

i believe thats it...

it was a blessing no doubt. can't wait to till the new year, be it that i am blessed to see the new year. this year, the first year without my grandmother, the majority of my family will be gathering here in the metroplex to 'ring' in the new year together. i'm guessing, since this wil be our first year to do this, we'll all be camping out in one house, and doing what families do i suppose, with a few time consuming games thrown in to keep some sanity. i look forward to it for the most part. but secretly i'm just ready to go back to school. and get back into my routine. ya know class, sleep, club organizations, sleep, class, church, shop, sleep. that sort of thing.

See ya next Year!

Thursday, December 16, 2004

I'm not quite understanding why the pop-up blocker for SBC Yahoo isn't working. About a million [translated 40] pop-ups will be on the screen in less than three minutes. Very annoying to say the least. Any suggestions to a pop-up blocker that actually works please feel free to spread the word and let me know.

If i'm not mistaken the http://www.nbc.com apprentice finale is broadcasting tonight on NBC. Now that Kevin has been fired, I really don't care who wins. Do what you want Donald, though I totally believe you made a bad choice last season, and have already made a bad one this season.

This past semester I wrote a paper over local service delivery in the case of cedar hill, texas. And one of my topics just happened to be responisveness of local service delivery. Service delivery being garbage collection, the city filling in pot holes and such. Who would have thought that I'd need that service delivery more than ever. Tuesday night, even after a series of robbery's on the neighborhood, we too became victims. Yes, on this past tuesday my cousin's vehicle was robbed right outside their home around midnight sometime. And yes they 'cleaned' them out. Everything. From the radio in the dash, to the three televisions that the children watched in the headrest. As quoted by many, "you can't have anything, for people stealing".

For some blessed reason the robbers, passed over my car, and I was spared. Here's the irony, these theives had been arrested early and were able to post bond. Mmmm, lemme guess, the bond money came from those cars they had robbed previously. Funny how the justice system works. You rob me, get caught, and pay your bail with the money you robbed me for? Wow. Who wouldn't want to live in America.

Wednesday, December 15, 2004


Latisha and Lucy
Just disregard the t-shirt and hat i am wearing. I have finally seen the light and I AM a PV Panther! Join me on the hill... www.pvamu.edu


Who watched Amazing Race last night? Was the couple that came in 2nd, Jonathan and Victoria, the most akward and annoying? Jonathan is such a prick. I really can't stand him, i could have just slapped him for her. But i don't have too much sympathy for her either, crying like a big baby and carrying his bag. Talk about weak, i told my aunt he was a sorry excuse for a husband. Especially when he pushed her, dude its just a game. I so hope they come in last next week. But i have to give it up for the grandparents, they did well. They have great endurance, and i would have loved to see them finish any place but last. And one last thing, Gus from the father and daughter team, um is he an achoholic or was the beer just that good?


aiight...maybe i can get back into the habit...