As we get older, I think it is our duty to further investigate the rhymes we enjoyed so much as children. Humpty dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty dumpty had a great fall. First off: Humpty. Who would name their child Humpty? Especially if their last name was Dumpty. Though... it wouldn't be the first time a parent knowingly gave his/her child a rhymey name... fjdksal;bradleypadley.hfiodsa. I'm thinking Humpty's issues did not begin on that wall. First, I think we must ask... Why was Humpty on that wall in the first place? Was he teased at school with the other eggs because he had a rhyming name so he felt lonely and unloved and wanted to escape? Or maybe Humpty enjoyed solitary moments... possibly he had a poetic soul. I don't know, but I am sure there is more to Humpty than the rhyme lets on. Think about this further... and I'm sure you'll agree.
So I didn't blog yesterday. I am very sure that will happen again cuz, you see, Gary has clarified that the final screenplay we write will count towards the pages we have to write each day. This gives me a little leeway. WoOOop! But I have a question:
MEGAN AND SARAH: Hi!! How do I follow your blogs? I have consulted two people after trying to figure it out myself, and sadly have not figured it out. Please do not be ashamed of me.
Tonight Marcus and I attempted to make chicken nachos. And overall, I'd rate the resulting nachos as a 6. We both agreed that the recipe we used left the nachos a little dry. Next time we make them, we intend to use a little more cheese, Doritos instead of tortilla chips, and sour cream. Mmm. Because of our quest to make chicken tacos, I now own my own skillet, a very large sharp knife, and a baking pan. One thing living on my own has altered is my birthday wish list. I intend to ask for a George Foreman-esque grill for my next birthday. Ooo, and a waffle iron. Waffles and grilled cheese for everyone!
Topic starter for tomorrow: Einstein Bagel news...!