Am I supposed to be impressed by this guy? What the hell is that expression on his face? Fake what? Fake with energy. Lots of energy there. "This really sucks! Yeah! Awesome. Heh heh heh."
Ryan Seacrest. I've heard of him but I don't know what he does. I could wikipedia him but I don't really care. Some T.V. thing.
He turned up on the Washington Post homepage a second ago when I started up safari to check the weather. I will give him that his expression is arresting. I blogged about it after all.
Moving on, Fay has a stomach ulcer. Her general condition has also declined a bit and she's had a UTI for two months that her antibiotics haven't seemed to help. We've changed the antibiotics and we're hoping that that and treating her ulcer will make her feel better. If she feels better she might move better. We're hoping because we can't up her prednisone dose due to the ulcer. So she's on six different pills now but I don't think I'll be giving her any shots this month. Maybe?
Here is the new website I'm not allowed to go to anymore because I can't go there without buying something: Momiji! So cute! Cheaper than shoes too. Here's a prettier picture (than R.S., above) from the Momiji site:
Someone there gets paid to make these adorable Flash animations. I'm jealous!
In other news I read Bono's Op Ed piece in the New York Times today. He was reminiscing about Frank Sinatra. He quoted Sinatra as saying, "Being modern’s not about the future, it’s about the present.” I thought that was really interesting and true. As I've said before, my present is usually really great but for some reason I often try to avoid it. I seem to prefer some crazyland that my head's dreamed up. Like one of those Momiji flash animations.
According to Bono, Sinatra had the guts to live in the present and constantly confront reality. I guess he might have done that as much as any famous person can. I can admire that. I wish I was better at it myself. However I'm glad I'm not as hard as Sinatra appeared to be.
I also read the article on Calvinist hipster preacher (huh?) Mark Driscoll, entitled "Who Would Jesus Smack Down?" Calvinism. Lots to think about there. If you want to bother. Maybe you'd rather wikipedia Ryan Seacrest? Maybe you already know who he is and don't need to. Anyway, The Driscoll article was pretty interesting. People are...weird. "God says I'm better than you and nothing that you or I can do will change that. You're going to Hell and I'm going to Heaven. No matter what! HA HA HA HA! SUCKER!!!!!" It made me think about some of the jerks from high school who I know to still be jerky. Come to think of it maybe you don't want to read that article. Why think about jerks if you don't have to?
My present contains no jerks. I'm going to be like Frank and enjoy my present. At least for the next few minutes while I can keep myself from drifting off into some candy-crammed fantasy land.