yes. i did read this in his voice. and yes i am going into work on labor day. of my own volition. sigh.
You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.
Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird
“Otterly adorable” baby otters at the DC National Zoo in May 2012! “
The otter family’s trip from Santa Barbara was paid for by Whole Foods Market, which in addition to paying for transportation, conservation and otter-themed programming, also won naming rights. Yep, all but one of the National Zoo’s newest residents have food-themed names.
The father is Chowder. The mother is Clementine. And their children are named Pork Chop, Pickles, Saffron, Olive, Peaches, Turnip, Radish, Rutabaga and Kevin. Eight of those names were selected by Whole Foods; the ninth was picked through a Facebook poll, and you’ll never guess which one.”
I LOVE YOU.
I LOVE YOU TOO. LETS IMMEDIATELY MAKE ONE THOUSAND BABIES AND BUY A GREAT BIG HOUSE IN A REALLY BORING NEIGHBORHOOD MILES AWAY FROM ALL OUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY SO THE CHILDREN CAN PLAY ALL DAY WHILE YOU COOK AND CLEAN AND TEACH THEM IMPORTANT LIFE LESSONS.
UM, I WAS THINKING MAYBE WE COULD GO TO PARIS AND HAVE AN ADVENTURE WHILE WE’RE STILL YOUNG-
OH! AND I CAN FINALLY LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR, SINCE YOU’LL BE TIRED AT NIGHT FROM ALL THE CLEANING AND COOKING AND CHILDBEARING AND STUFF.
Dali: “And did you have to hack his arms off?”
Kate: “Yes, I did. He wouldn’t go through the door.”
Dali: “You say it like you’re proud of it.”
“I was proud of it. It was an example of quick thinking in a difficult situation.”
- Ilona Andrews, Magic Strikes
from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
“Top 10 Most Read Books in the World”. Visual News makes a bar chart to compare the top ten books in the world, based from a report from the website Squidoo. The infographic shows that 3.9 billion Bibles have been printed and the Bible is the most read book in the world.