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I'm so lame

I put on sunscreen, a giant hat, gloves, and combat boots to do some weeding in the back yard (it looks terrible) but after about ten minutes I saw a big bug, screamed, and ran back inside the house. I'm not going back out there. Not without Monkeys. Tomorrow we are planning on doing more with the gaping hole in our front yard. I am sure our neighbors hate us.

I think I'm going to take a shower then do some inside work.

The outside world is for crazy people.

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mcamason
Jun. 6th, 2008 10:09 pm (UTC)
I agree. I want to live in an arcology, a city-in-a-building with nicely-tended (by other people) greenhouse-enclosed parks I can cheerfully avoid.
disbandedtoastr
Jun. 6th, 2008 10:15 pm (UTC)
At first I read that as, "...and combat boots to do some welding in the back yard" and I thought… Way to go MLR!! You DO some welding girl!!
Then I realized it was weeding, and I thought, "Ewww. Weeding. Welding would be much more fun."

I know what you mean about the bug though. Today I was studying for the test tomorrow, when a bug flew through the room and smacked into the window. I didn't care very much until I realized it was a wasp! "Arrggghhh!!" All studying/learning activity came to an immediate, screeching, halt until the bug flying terror was found, and dispatched with extreme prejudice. Several minutes, half a can of bug spray, and a hard-soled-shoe later, my world was good again.


Edited at 2008-06-06 10:21 pm (UTC)
madladyred
Jun. 7th, 2008 04:11 am (UTC)
i would LOVE to do welding!!!
If we had a class on that I would so be there. I want to make some of that cool art - like the fish wind chimes and that T-Rex on Mary Esther Cuttoff. I love metal sculpture. :)

yay for your mad bug killing skillz. you are braver than I.
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