Oh my gosh everyone, I took a class at the community college about video production and I feel like I learned so much! Here’s my project, I got a good grade and I think my classmates respected my effort!
So I was reading my websites this morning and it was a pretty nice morning since I also made cappuccinos for everyone. Some Lazy-Loos came to my dinner party last night but didn’t feel like driving home or getting up on time or going to work (my friends are so wonderful but sometimes they also march to the beat of a different drum).
ANYWAY one of my friends showed me this link and now I see how they’ve got it figured out:
And then get back to me because I have something to talk about. I’ll wait for you to read it first so we can have an informed conversation.
First of all, it seems basically impossible even now to make sure that everybody is happy. It’s like once somebody knew, but I guess he died? Or maybe he went underground, like in Harrison Ford’s Movie, and he’s doing some kind of hunt for the killer. Of happiness?
But this is my point: why are we so worried about getting all these big piles of money, and exotic animals, and healthcare planes and airplans and people to take care of all my exotic animals! I mean who cares about it! Because there’s this thing called the Happiness Quotient, and it completely gets it right, on like all counts.
I mean, guess what okay? Like you needed any more proof, but this is just about irrefutable: I got 105 on the quiz! THAT IS A PERFECT SCORE. And then because I got a perfect score I got a bonus of 10 points, so that made a total of 115. That’s solid math that you can’t argue with! You should take the quiz and I bet you’ll be surprised by how awesome your score is!
I’m trying really hard not to think about what might have happened if I got a low score.
I was talking to this lady and she told me that there are other kinds of lasagna! From Greece! The home of democracy!
Look look look! One of my friends sent me a picture that he made himself! Could this be the beginning of a brand new art movement? I THINK SO!
Mrs. B.J. Thompson from Devils Lake, North Dakota was a finalist in the North Dakota Dairy Cookoff sponsored by the North Dakota Dairy Promotion Commission.
Makes 8 to 10 servings
1 pound ground beef
1 jar (32 ounces) spaghetti sauce
1 pound cottage cheese
8 ounces dairy sour cream
Let’s get lasagna.
Look at this picture! Is this an art installation, maybe from a big popular city gallery? It just speaks to me for some reason!
It’s times like these that really will test a man’s faith! Because even though I know this is an apocalypse of calories, I get the feeling I would do anything to eat it. I WOULD DO LITERALLY ANYTHING TO EAT THIS DEEP-FRIED LASAGNA.
Oh my gosh I’m getting too overexcited I need to go take a walk or something so I guess I’ll see you guys later.