Being merely a infant in blog years, I have yet to establish what exactly this blog is for. Perhaps for pictures. Perhaps for tirades. Or perhaps for my own entertainment. I know for sure that this blog will be VERY random!

Saturday, April 29, 2006

Haley Joel Osment, who told you to grow up?!?!

I was watching t.v. and was astonished to see how much this kid has grown. . . I thought he was going to be a child star for an eternity!

Monday, April 17, 2006


If you look carefully, you will see a kitty tongue being stuck out at my dog! Ha! I love it!

Well, just to update you on him...I named him Senghe (seng-hay) which means lion in Tibet. It is a very fitting name, since he has the personality of a lion and he is going to grow to be a VERY big boy (a 20lb boy) !

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Nice shades!

March 28, 2006—Pampering pets with designer goods isn't so unusual—and now even your houseflies can get outfitted in style.
An entry in a German science-photo competition, this image shows a fly sporting a set of "designer" lenses crafted and set in place with a cutting-edge laser technique. The glasses fit snuggly on the fly's 0.08-inch-wide (2-millimeter-wide) head.
Manufacturing firm Micreon GmbH submitted the insect's picture for the Bilder der Forschung (Photos of Science) 2005 competition. Selected images were on display last week in a Munich shopping center.
Micreon, based in Hannover, Germany (
see map), created the fly's eyewear using ultrafast laser micro-machining. The firm notes on its Web site that the process can create objects with high precision at scales of less than a thousandth of a millimeter.
—Victoria Gilman

Now how much did they charge this poor little fly. . .

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

My new baby!

This is a picture of my ragdoll kitten that I will be taking home on Friday!! He is a cute little chocolate bicolor lynx! He is also big will be seeing a ton of him around this blog.

Now I have to think of a good name...

Monday, April 03, 2006

It's Great to be a Florida Gator

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Game, set, match -- and a championship, too -- for Joakim Noah and the Florida Gators.
The tennis star's son dominated UCLA with 16 points, nine rebounds and a record six blocks Monday night to key a 73-57 blowout for Florida's first national title in basketball.
The championship for Billy Donovan's team comes 10 years after Steve Spurrier led the Gators to a title in that "other" sport. Spurrier is long gone, and the days of Florida being only a football school appear to be, too.
For 40 lopsided minutes, the Gators (33-6) were too big, too long and too quick for UCLA, which came up a win short of its 12th national title on a night when legendary coach John Wooden watched from a hospital bed in LA after being admitted for an undisclosed illness that was said not to be serious.
Florida and Noah won by putting on a thorough display of versatility and unselfishness, a trademark of this team all season.
The Bruins (32-7) were on a defensive tear coming into the championship game, shutting down LSU's Glen Davis in the semifinals and allowing a total of 90 points in the last two games. Florida, though, was just too much to handle.
Noah capped it off with a monster dunk with 1:09 left. When the buzzer sounded, he laid flat on his back at halfcourt and let the confetti rain on him. His teammates were in a pile a few feet away and Donovan was sharing hugs with his longtime assistant Anthony Grant.
The Gators won this by taking it right to UCLA early, looking to Noah, Corey Brewer and senior Adrian Moss down low, making the extra pass in the key and finishing with 21 assists, 10 of them from their frontcourt
It couldn't have been what Ben Howland's team expected had he scouted Florida's 73-58 win over George Mason in the semis, a game the Gators won from outside and that guard Lee Humphrey ended early in the second with three straight 3s.
The scrappy Humphrey, a junior from Maryville, Tenn., and the only non-sophomore in the Gators' starting five, did the honors again in this one, spotting up for open looks against a collapsing defense early in the second half. His first 3, 80 seconds into the half, gave Florida a 39-25 lead and forced Howland to call timeout. A sloppy offensive possession ensued, then Humphrey came back with another 3.
After Ryan Hollins' dunk, one of the few easy baskets for the Bruins all night, Brewer hit a 3 to make it 45-27 and prompt yet another Bruins TO.
But there was no strategy to stop Noah. The 6-foot-11 son of tennis star Yannick Noah dunked, swatted shots and dominated the game, much like his dad did during his magical run to the French Open title in 1983.
Noah had five blocks by halftime, already better than Arizona center A.J. Bramlett's nine-year-old record for an NCAA championship game. He finished with 30 for the tournament, also breaking a record previously held by Arizona's Loren Woods.

O.o I am not going to get any sleep tonight! For about 30 minutes people have been cheering and beeping their horns right outside my dorm...and I am perfectly fine with it, because WE WON!!!

Article found here!

Saturday, April 01, 2006

Meet Tyson, the Skateboarding Bulldog!

This amuses me to no end...I love it!

You got to check out his website! Make sure to watch him in action in one of the videos. Let me say, he can skateboard better than I can!