Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Disney says....

So I was listening to Disney music during a road trip with my brothers and I realized how many life lessons we learn from these songs. Some are really deep and meaningful. Others are somewhat shallow and kinda funny. Here are some examples:

"Yes, I know I'm just an outcast
I shouldn't speak to you
Still I see Your face and wonder
Were You once an outcast too?"
-The Hunchback of Notre Dame

"You think the only people who are people
Are the people who look and think like you
But if you walk the footsteps of a stranger
You'll learn things you never knew you never knew"

"Yes, you want her
Look at her, you know you do
Possible she wants you too
There is one way to ask her
It don't take a word
Not a single word
Go on and kiss the girl"
-The Little Mermaid

"Now I see
If I wear a mask
I can fool the world
But I cannot fool my heart"

"When you got a hundred voices singin'
Who can hear a lousy whistle blow?"

Hide your face,
so the world will
never find you!"
-Phantom of the Opera

"High times, hard times
Sometimes the living is sweet
And sometimes there's nothing to eat
But I always land on my feet
So when there's dry times
I wait for high times and then
I put on my best
And I stick out my chest
And I'm off to the races again! "

"This equation; Girl Plus Man
doesn't help just you.
On occasion women can have their uses too.
Mainly to extend the family tree."
-Beauty and the Beast

"Have faith in your dreams and someday
Your rainbow will come smiling through
No matter how your heart is grieving
If you keep on believing
The dream that you wish will come true "

"You've got to show her you need her
Don't treat her like a mind reader
Each day do something to lead her
To believe you love her"

"I am on my way - I can go the distance!
I don't care how far - Somehow I'll be strong
I know every mile will be worth my while
I would go most anywhere to find where I belong"

"Pretty is nice but still
It's just pretty
Perfect, my dears
Is me."
-Oliver and Company

On a lighter note, I had no idea that the human body could produce so much...moisture (to put it lightly). Being sick is no picnic....

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

The Ice Cream Workout

Yesterday my roommates and I were really excited to try this Hot Yoga class, where basically you do Yoga in a sauna. I have heard good things about this type of class and was looking forward to getting my trash kicked--since it's been a while... We heard about this place where you could go try the class once for free, and we were pumped to give it a whirl. As we pulled up to the facility, we noticed that it was conveniently placed right next to a Dairy Queen. We decided we would have to stop for a cool down after the class. Of course. What any woman would do, right? So as we were filling out our information sheets for what we thought was a free introductory class, they told us that we would indeed have to pay for the class--either $30 for 30 days unlimited, or $18 for the one time. Since none of us had ever tried this type of class before, we weren't about to lay down 30 bones in hopes that we'd actually like it and want to come back every day for the next month in order to make it worth it. We were bummed that our Hot Yoga experience did not come to be....But we still stopped at Dairy Queen afterwards. I was right there!
To be completely honest, I wasn't super bummed about missing the class because I was excited to attend FHE that night. Had the class actually happened, I wouldn't have been able to. It's nice when things work out like that.

On a lighter note, I could basically have a concession stand business out of my desk at work. I don't have any personal photos or knick knacks on my desk, but it is filled with crackers, candies, chocolate, fruit leathers and gum....What does that say about me? hmm........

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