Thursday, September 29, 2005

More posts...

so someone told me to post more here. If you want me to post more, leave me a comment. ;)

Thursday, September 22, 2005


Ok, gave the peanuts a second try.
I'm definitely allergic. This sucks. Sad face.

Mrs. Warren's Profession opened tonight, and I thought we did a fantastic job! To all of you who are able to go, go see it. Riley Hall. 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm. I play a lead...I know you want to see it.

For those of you who can' me for another option.

Does anyone read my blog? Does anyone who doesn't know me read my blog? Leave me a note...let me know you read my ramblings.

If I get comments, I'll be more likely to write.

Oh yeah. I have a great uncle who is a writer. He has encouraged me to write a story.
So I will. I'll keep you updated.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Three Posts in One.

So one of you guys out there has actually redeemed the other stupid one.
It's amazing how impressive intelligence is.

And why is it that when you finally meet someone cool, all the other guys start coming out of the woodwork. It's interesting.

Ok, so I wrote a lot today.

My Ode to Red Bull
by Danielle K. LaBrecque
(and yes this could be the worst poem or ode ever written. I don't care)

My friend TC wrote about you in his blog,
So I felt the need to write in my own special thanks.
Oh Red Bull, how I love thee.
You keep me awake when I need a boost.
And now you are even being made SUGAR FREE!
Some of my fondest memories are with you and Vodka.
But alas, I can no longer drink, I must have water.
Last weekend I went dancing, and I had you straight.
Mmmm syrupy caffeine goodness, You kept me up very late.
I had so much fun with Cate.
We went looking for trouble, on Morgan 2nd.
And we didn't find any.
But we kept going until 3:45am.
And now today, on Tuesday, I can't stay awake.
My co-workers are amused.
I went to buy myself some caffeine.
(Have I mentioned I work with Dunkin Donuts)
I don't like coffee, and I must drink diet soda..ewww.
I found my beloved Diet A&W Root Beer.
I sit down at my desk and take a satisfied chug.
Glancing at the bottle, much to my dismay I see:
"Caffeine Free"
Lucky for me, Sugar Free Red Bull was on sale.
And I bought myself two.
Oh Red Bull, how I love thee.

I bought some peanuts for me to snack on. A nice healthy snack. Lightly salted. Peanuts made me slightly itchy. Not a good sign. Maybe I am now allergic to peanuts.
Yay. Good thing my allergy is only to non-cooked foods.
I like peanut butter way too much to ever give it up.

So caffeine. I have been thinking about it a lot today. It makes sense.
I drank Red Bull. I work with Dunkin Donuts.
I have even considered starting to drink coffee.
We will see.

Caffeine - the legal drug. And why is it a legal drug? People are addicted to it, like they are cigarettes. Or even alcohol. So why are some things legal, and other's are not? And why was alcohol banned and then brought back? They definitely did not cover this enough during my high school history classes. And I went to a tech school, I didn't take history in college. Maybe they cover more then...I'll have to do some research.

How do they decide which items are illegal and which are items are legal? Who decides, and based upon what factors?
Is it the money grubbing companies? The conservative politicians? How did we decide that coffee(Caffeine), cigarettes, and alcohol were okay and marijuana, ephedrine and others were not?
Don't they all cause similar problems? It's interesting.
I take a more libertarian point of view on things.
Control yourself. Respect yourself. Everything in moderation. Just like chocolate and pizza.

Mmmmmm. Pizza. I love pizza. Here is something that I would definitely say I am addicted to. But I can quit cold-turkey anytime. It can cause high blood pressure, cholesterol problems (pepperoni!), and massive weight gain. Yet...I can have as much of it as I want.

Cigarettes. They cause cancer. There have been how many studies on this? It even causes cancer in people who DON'T smoke them. And again, I can have as much of it as I want. I could really go on and on and on about this. But instead, I think I'll go find a pizza.

Anyone care to join me for a smoke, coffee, or drink? ;)

Tuesday, September 13, 2005's a secret.

So I have something to write about. Except, I can't write about it. That's the thing with a blog. Like I previously wrote in my last entry...a blog is a great place for you to publicly voice your opinions...but that also means anything you want to talk about that certain people can't read about...well, you just can't write about it.

So yeah, I have a secret. And I can't write about it. Maybe later.
In the meantime....if I have to stay in the Worcester area, I don't think that will be such a bad thing. I seem to have more to say...but I don't know.

And boys are dumb. No offense to all of my wonderful guy friends.
But there I said it.

And oh yeah, I got to talk to the Texan today. Am I smiling? Oh yes.
Did I flirt? Maybe a little. I moving to Texas? Not likely.

There seems to be a handful of nice guys in the northeast too. I'll try my luck here before I give up and move to Bush country.


Sunday, September 11, 2005

I had a title...

...and I don't remember what it was.

So I am always thinking of posting stuff, and then I put it off. Like I put everything else off. And then I don't post. In any case, here are a few things I wanted to write about:

1. Katrina - wow, that really is horrible. Today is September 11, and I just keep thinking about all of the disasters our country has been facing. I think our troops need to be here. I think we need the help. And while we are at it, let's start feeding our homeless. Especially the helpless, like the children and the mentally disabled. You know what I like about blogs? You can post whatever you want. You don't need to be a writer, and it's out there. Grrr.
That's about all I can say. Oh yeah, and there is an article on about the whole Katrina thing...and voicing opinions that are not as popular as the mainstream. I have to say I agree with the man who wrote it, the editor. I agree that re-building New Orleans might not be a good idea. Anyway, I wrote him an email saying that I appreciated his honesty in his article, and that I was glad I could always count on Slate to have articles from writers who were not afraid to voice their opinions, no matter how unpopular. Anyway, within hours, he had written back to me. It was short and simple, but I was amazed I got a response! It simply said "thank you so much."
I guess he must have been receiving a lot of hate mail.

2. Next thing I wanted to write about. I have been reading some other people's blog's. Or live journals, or whatever you care to call them. It's an interesting way to "spy" on people's thoughts. But I like it. :) If you read mine, and you want to be linked at my main webpage, let me know. It's easy to add you. Just click on the link on the main page that say's "I want a ride." Or something like that. I forget what it says.

3. Third thing I wanted to write about. I still don't know where I am moving. No idea what I am doing. Have an idea for me? Let me know.

4. Mrs. Warren's Profession...two more weeks about. I need to memorize my lines. I need help. And motivation.

And one last thing. I have been talking to someone online almost every night for the past week or so. It's been really nice. I like saying goodnight to someone. I just thought I would get that out. So in case that person is reading this, I appreciate your friendship and late night conversations.

Lalalalalalala. And that is how I will end this post. I feel like I forgot something.
I suppose I could just post it tomorrow.