Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Lea, your random is showing...

I. Love. Shopping.

Yes, it is true that, even I, like to go shopping. I got this REALLY REALLY REALLY AWESOME pair of pants. They are "camo" pants and they fit perfect, and pants that fit me perfect are really hard to find because I have long legs, but I am thin as a stick. (which I hate BTW... I really hate it) I can't wear certain pants because if the legs are as long as mine are, then they don't fit my waist, (mostly hips) and if they fit around my hips then they are to short.

Life, she is hard...

But, I still found the PERFECT pair of pants. And I love them. I hope they never die.


Does anyone know of some good books for a girl who likes to read about other peoples problems, because I am bored and have nothing to do over the summer and I need to read a lot, because it is fun. If you do have anything, please leave a comment
telling me the name of the book and the author.

And if anyone is interested (which I highly doubt, because no-one wants to read books that a 13 year old, vampire obsessed, problematic teen has read... XD)

Crank: Ellen Hopkins
Speak: Laurie Halse Anderson
Cut: Patricia McCormick
Sold: Patricia McCormick
Twilight (series): Stephanie Meyer

What teenage girl DOESN'T have Twilight on their list.

But seriously folks, I need some reads...

OK OMG... I was on the phone with my boyfriend and he said something but I couldn't hear what he said and I'm like "You have a monkey in your HAIR??"

Lea, your random is showing.

Wow. Ok. Sorry about that, you probably didn't need to know that... Oh well! It's already done.

Have you ever had this feeling that you are being watched?... Because I feel like I'm being watched... -looks behind shoulder- Hi there Shelby!! Didn't see you there!! Well now I know...



  1. Pants don't die. You are silly. It's like you have a monkey in your hair or something.

  2. Hey Lea,
    Did you ever consider reading the original 'Dracula' written by Bram Stoker? It was written in the late 1800's . . .

    Alex's Dad

  3. I feel you on the pants. I had the same problem when I was growing up and even now I still have a hard time finding pants that are long enough.