Saturday, March 17, 2007
okay, so it's still three or four days away, but i really don't appreciate more of this sno-cone precipitation, a lot of it. we shoveled and scraped, and several ambulances sped past our house, no doubt rushing the many heart attack victims off to the hospital. i had a sudden epiphany, there in the driveway: people who don't ski have no business living in maine.
inside, thanks to my friend emily, there are some pretty yellow hopeful daffodils on the windowsill:
and in other positive news, my mom and dad met the dog of their dreams today!!
Posted by Liz Woodbury at 12:55 PM
Labels: dogs, snow, spring, why maine?
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"people who don't ski have no business living in maine"
word. now how the hell do we get out of here?!
That ought to be the state motto along with CBHS's new motto: "Everyplace else is worse."
mottos for cynics, incorporated. maybe we should go into business?
don't forget other contenders: "my mom made me go here" and "i thought this school was retarded, but it's for friggin smart people."
When touring with FOUND, Peter and I would think up new slogans for cities. Our two favorites were Phoenix: This Wasn't My Idea; and Los Angeles: Not The Worst Movie Ever.
m has the best mottos for topeka, kansas -- including "topeka: quit poking fun." the others all have bad words in them.
bean wants to produce a line of t-shirts for her school with her collected mottos on them (actual quotes from actual students).
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