Friday, January 20, 2006

Band Practice

Even though I am sick, dad wouldn't let me miss a guitar lesson.

I've always considered myself more of a drummer (I have a very precise internal clock, that's what makes me such a natural percussionist), but I showed him a few new chops.

I really think I'm filling a void in my dad's life since my mom will never rock with him.

(It's really too bad that dad and I do all the rocking, because mom is the only one in the house who is actually talented.)

On My Death Bed

Well, the doctor says I'm pretty sick. If I heard him correctly, I have a bronchiosaurus in my lungs. I'm not sure what that is, but I did find a picture of a brachiosaurus on the internet and I imagine it is something similar (at least that is what it feels like).

Anyway, the doctor says I am going to live, so I don't want you to get too worried about me. I did attach some pictures for sympathy points, though.

I hope you are all feeling better than I am!

Sunday, January 15, 2006


. . .And for my next illusion, I will make this entire baguette disappear!

Hey, it's not the Aztec Tomb, but at least it is Alliance approved.

(Note: These comments were especially for my Godfather Justen, I don't know if anyone else will find them funny at all. You'll have to trust me on this one -- I'm being hilarious! At least you all can enjoy my pictures.)

Wednesday, January 04, 2006


Following a trend some purists like my mother find deplorable, I have decided to replace handwritten thank you cards with one generic internet thank you to everyone who gave me gifts this year. I know I will be in trouble with mom for my lack of proper manners, but what does she expect? I'm a child of the technological age and my parents can't fight it, no matter how hard they try! (Besides after seeing the great cards that my aunt Anne always sends, I knew that I could not create anything that special -- they are always so cool.)

So, since the Christmas season is almost over, I just wanted to say thank you to my grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles, cousins, Santa Claus, and friends who were so generous this Christmas. It was a wonderful holiday and I can't wait to do it again next year!

And now that my thank you is done, I can get back to playing!