Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Little Christmas

Sixteen Hundred Thousand Miles
Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas
With a bundle of joy.
I drove sixteen hundred thousand miles
to you. With a little time.

Traded cars with wonderful pleasure
and exchanged new toys.
Stained the stairs to the wonderful house
that's new. With a little fear.

So I say, have yourself
A Merry Little Christmas
A Merry Little Christmas
This year.

Now I need to just finish the music to the lyrics above (basically the tune of Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas). Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Count Your Blessings

By far my favorite part of a White Christmas. I just so happen to have walked into the kitchen as this scene starts.

What shall I make you?

Anything'll do.

If you tell me what you want to dream
about I'll know what to make you.

How's that?

Different foods make for different
dreams. I've got a whole theory
about it. It's called "The Wallace
Way of Wishful Wooing." You'll find
it in the American Medical Journal
under 'W'. Ham and Swiss cheese,
for instance, you get a cool, thin,
blond girl. Turkey sandwich, you
get a dark sort of stumpy girl, sexy
though. Now a liverwurst sandwich -
(He shakes his head)
you get both girls at once. Bad

What do you dream on tuna?

Darndest thing, I dream about me.

Then I'll have a tuna sandwich.

Saturday, December 13, 2008


An anime I should probably watch sometime after finishing the real version of The Count of Monte Cristo. I am super extremely glad finals are completed for the semester. Although I was unable to study at all for my last exam (electronics). This was because I somehow managed to lose my book for the class within the last week of school. However, the only thing that I was extremely lost for ideas was that I guess there is a difference between the gain, open-circuit gain, and overall gain. Classes are done, and as long as I pass the class, I really won't be that upset.

That's all for now folks, cheers!

Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Letters of Diamonds

"Then in the long days on board ship, when the vessel, gliding on with security over the azure sea, required no care but the hand of the helmsman, thanks to the favorable winds that swelled her sails, Edmond, with a chart in his hand, became the instructor of Jacopo, as the poor Abbe Faria had been his tutor. He pointed out to him the bearings of the coast, explained to him the variations of the compass, and taught him to read in that vast book opened over our heads which they call heaven, and where God writes in azure with letters of diamonds"
- An excerpt from The Count of Monte Cristo in Ch. 22, by Alexandre Dumas

This has to be my favorite part of The Count of Monte Cristo at the moment (up to chapter 25). The section builds Dantes' character while making the bridge/comparison between the Abbe Faria with Jacopo. The conclusion paints a vivid picture of the vast sky filled with stars. I love observing the stars and I will forevermore see them as letters of diamonds.

25 chapters done, 92 to go. 2 exams down, 2 to go.

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Response To Othello

Who does thy bidding choose,
When evil comes to subdue?
The willows stand ready,
What life will you lose?

The endearment of love,
Is nevermore above.
Even weather unsteady,
Can end with a dove.

Yes, I finished reading Othello.