Leslie's Omnibus


You Belong in Fall

Intelligent, introspective, and quite expressive at times...

You appreciate the changes in color, climate, and mood that fall brings

Whether you're carving wacky pumpkins or taking long drives, autumn is a favorite time of year for you


Your Love Style is Agape

You are a caring, kind, and selfless partner. Unsurprisingly, your love style is the most rare.

You are willing to sacrfice your world for your sweetie. Except it doesn't really feel like sacrifice to you.

For you, nothing feels better than giving to the one you love.

It gets me into trouble every damned time, too.

You Are Wind

Strong and overpowering; a force to be reckoned with, no one dares cross you

You have the power to change everything around you

You are best known for: your wrath

Your dominant state: commanding

And don't your forget it.

You're an Expert Kisser

You're a kissing pro, but it's all about quality and not quantity

You've perfected your kissing technique and can knock anyone's socks off

And you're adaptable, giving each partner what they crave

When it comes down to it, your kisses are truly unforgettable


Here's a kick-butt piece of thoughtful writing:
I think many teachers frankly do not understand the logistics of any other kind of job. In the beginning, I can remember being honestly upset that a parent simply could not come to school for a conference at 10:00 a.m. when I had my prep, because his/her boss wouldn't let them. What was wrong with these people? Didn't they love their child enough to take a little time off for an important conference? The problem is, many teachers have never experienced life outside of the classroom, and a few summer jobs. Some teachers, while they might not live in an ivory tower (I really don't think that's possible if you deal with the public at all, and especially with their children) certainly spend a lot of time in one. Many teachers have no concept of someone's factory job, or office job, or retail job, or food service job, or hospital job, or engineering job, etc. We spend our lives trying to help students comprehend that in this huge, fascinating world there are wonders they've never known of, but we, ourselves, are actually isolated within our own little universe, and we have no comprehension of the work-a-day world our students' parents live in.
If you're not reading Mamacita regularly, you are missing some damned fine stuff. Everyone should have a teacher like her.

This made me shoot coffee right out my nose. As did this.

My eyeballs will be bleeding for a week...

In the good news department --
  • Walrilla is home, and it sounds like he's doing great;
  • Patti is coming to the tail end of her chemo; and,
  • Michele is coming to grips with her grief.
For all of you who've sent prayers their way, many thanks!

Chris Harris is an idiot. A great big fat idiot.

You don't shit on a fan, ever.

And you sure as hell don't make a promise, especially not in public and on the record, you don't intend to keep.

Headline of the Day: "Never give an iguana Viagra"

Mind boggling, no?

Quote of the Day:
I couldn’t have dreamed up a more archetypal example of dorkulence if I’d been offered a year’s supply of Cool Whip as a prize.
That's just musical.

1 comment:

Velociman said...

My love style is Aghast.