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Saturday, May 22, 2004

Who Do You Think You Are, Jesus Of Nazareth?

When I say LOG's dead, stay dead!

So Jimbo had his graduation party. It was okay, nothing special. We went to the beach yesterday, it was beautiful. By the way LA is NOTHING like NY, it is so spread out. But I like it here, there are a lot of Mexicans and Chinese people so I fit right in. Hey, has anyone seen my keychain?



Funny Story

So I was at my brother's robing ceremony last night and I couldn't take it anymore so I had to step out. You know me, I always have to go. I bumped into one of my high school classmates in the lobby and there was this baby that kept following me everywhere I went. He asked, "Is she yours?" I was like, "Ha, no!" And on top of that, the baby was a mulatto! The nerve!

It's alright, I guess.

I finally have a small respite from my duties as hostess to escape my guests and post on the blog. It's about time. Other than doing what I do, I haven't been doing much. But I really am ready for my bro's graduation to be over and done with. I can't take it much longer. Well, I gotta go. There's no time. Will post again later. Ok, bye.

Friday, May 21, 2004

not quite sure

Ok i think i like it but the only thing is can we possibly put a picture that shows the honorary and aceepted log members? i dont know how you would do this since yall are the ones that went to see phil but could you please somehow include a pic of me and andy please. :) other than that i like the new design even though it is very different! oh i passed lifeguarding today! it was tough but very fun. so next time someone nees to be saved im there :) hahaha! oh i had my first camp cookout last night. it was awesome! we made fajitas on a fire in the woods. so much fun. ill have to describe more later. i gotta run ahhh! theres no time. o k i love you all

One time only

Ok Na-Na, even though you and i always tend to agree on things because as you once said while inebriated "we are like the same person that is why", i think i must disagree with your last post....at first i thought i hated the new design, now i like it.....good work to the committee who i am assuming is the controller of the log blog just as they control roomate of the month....i also must disagree with andy once more that log is dead,plus it is obvious that you should have said "PSYCH" instead of "NOT"---we did all grow up in the early 90s didnt we?

I don't like it.

I had more to say but I will refrain.

Blogger? She's a redhead!

Good job on the new design. Maybe LOG isn'd dead after all.



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Thursday, May 20, 2004

Day Four: Tucson to Granada Hills

OK, we are finally home. Stats from Day Four: 517 miles in 7 hours, 5 minutes. Average speed: 73.25 mph. Roadkill stats: 6 rodents, 2 cats, 1 pole. We're going to the beach tomorrow. All LOG members are invited.

Hooligans in "the pursuit of good humor"

Hello LOGgers
This post is mostly for johnny and jimbot but i think we will all appreciate it. While reading a book called Signs of Grace: Meditations on the Notre Dame Campus, i stumbled across a paragraph that reminded me of you boys:
Students often lounge around the fountain. They lean against its marble sides and study or sunbathe......Every few months, someone in the pursuit of good humor puts a box of soap suds in the fountain and it becomes a sea of foam. The prank has become tedious and the detergent dissolves the oil bearings of the water pump. I wonder---do we play at life?

I think we know the answer to that final question is YES! Thanks for playing LOG!

Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Day Three: Fort Worth to Tucson

We're in Tucson. Stats: 925 miles in 13 hours, 24 minutes. Average speed: 69.02 mph. Roadkill stats: 16 rodents, 3 armadillos, 2 deer, 1 LOG corpse.

Is this thing on?

Sometimes all that gets me through the day at work (besides heroin and corporate fraud) is log memories: The memories of my family outings are still a source of strength to me. I remember we'd all pile into the car - I forget what kind it was - and drive and drive. I'm not sure where we'd go, but I think there were some trees there. The smell of something was strong in the air as we played whatever sport we played. I remember a bigger, older guy we called "Dad." We'd eat some stuff, or not, and then I think we went home. I guess some things never leave you.

I miss everyone too

Hello all,

Well i am sure by now andy and jimmy are in ft. worth with na na! I miss you all so much. It just doenst feel like home anymore at all. i do have my days off as june 11-13 june 18-20 and july9-11 and then july 17-25 (i will go home this week though) ; so if anyone wants to do anything let me know. Texas is so awesome. I love it here too. Aslo if anyone wants to come to family day on june 30 and watch me in my activity and do fireworks please do come and you ould stay with me in my plush lodge! hahaha! I am glad everything is great for you holly! hope work is ogign well for you. WEll i gotta run. hae a good day family!
oh yeah i need addresses. i hae letters but no where to send them to

Day Two: Tulsa to Fort Worth

Well that was exciting. I guess Jimandi is in Fort Worth with Natalie now. Pretty exciting stuff, eh? I thought so. After arriving in Fort Worth, Natalie took Jimandi out to dinner at the Fort Worth Stockyards. How pleasant dinner was without anyone asking for the napkins or the crispies. Anyway, the thing is this: stats are what make life interesting. Day Two trip stats: 311 miles in 4 hours, 30 minutes. Average speed of 69.11 mph. Roadkill count: 47 armadillos, 16 rodents, 1 adult African swallow.

Monday, May 17, 2004

where are you family?

ok so i thought it was the saddest thing tonight when i signed on AIM and no one was under my family section of my buddy list, not a ftblguy, not a ncalnd, not a chowyunfat, a johnnynd or a dscraff....what is the world coming too....i miss my log family = ( I mean even at school when i was in 303 sometimes no one was actually there but i could still read many witty away messages about q-berts and debbies typing and deep thoughts and pretty little things waiting for the kings.....ahhh....the good old days!

OK i stink at posting but that will change i promise

Hello All my fellow loggers and bloggers~ I miss you so much but am also having a splendid time in h-town. I am glad to hear as well that nat made it back to f-town and that she had fun with debster in w-town. I will keep jimandi in my prayers as they embark on their cross country voyage from s-town to l-town. And by the way cheers to jimbot for becoming the first ND alum member of LOG----we are so proud!! I start my job tommorrow where i have my own desk and computer so hopefully in my spare time i will have plenty of time for new and exciting posts....well at least new ones anyway! Ok well in the words of johnny "is that short for john or jonathan?" johnston, "I am lame without log and so i am going to bed!" i miss you all and love you. Ok bye

Day One: Notre Dame to Tulsa

Jimandi Corp. hit the road today, leaving behind Notre Dame and making the 770 mile journey to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Andy Hagans, President of Jimandi Corp. remarks, "A little to the left." Day One trip stats: 770 miles in 10 hours, 54 minutes. Average speed: 70.64 mph. Roadkill count: 8 rodents, 2 deer, 2 armadillos, 4 goats, 2/3 cheetahs.