In case your wondering, the Dixie Care & Share does have a website, it’s http://www.dixiecareandshare.org. Check it out, it’s where I work.
I’m going to be on the boob tube tonight! Today I was interviewed for one of the local channels to discuss my participation at the Dixie Care & Share. For those of you who don’t know, I volunteer at the food bank there during most weekdays. The station is 4KCSG on channel 14 for antenna users and 6 for local cable users. The times will be 6:00pm and 10:00pm. Tune in and watch me make a fool of myself. Or, if you’re the least bit curious what I currently look like, tune in and find out.
This one tickled me today as well, given the the above.
Daily flirt (by Astrology.com) “Ack — those pesky relatives! It’s your family and you love them, but too many questions can make you feel like you’re being interviewed on a talk show (or, worse, in jail). Smile and answer only what you want.”
I sat down today and started writing a letter to Emma Watson. I’ve never written a fan letter before, but while doing research into my upcoming Phil Hartman memorial fan page, I read a neat story about a woman who wrote him a fan letter… Well, it was a cool story and it inspired me to write my own fan letter to Miss Watson. As most of you know, I have a crush on her, and here’s my “Horror-scope” from My Yahoo today.
Daily singles love (by Astrology.com) “Catch up on your correspondence, whether it’s email, text messaging or writing an actual letter. Putting the words together and dispatching them to a friend (or a crush) will clarify some matter of the heart.”
I’ve never written a fan mail before, but with all the letters she gets, I doubt It’ll get read and responded to. So what have I got to loose?
My homepage (www.geocities.com/waldowoc) now has a mirror site, it’s waldowoc.100free.com. I had to make one so that I would start receiving my points from freevisits.com. When you visit my mirror, you no longer have to see that annoying Yahoo popup.
I have just uploaded my Emma Watson Fan Page at my website. It’s new and there’s not much on it but pictures from Yahoo’s own Emma Watson web page, but I’ll have info to go along with it shortly.
If there is any question as to what kind of women I like, Emma Watson is the perfect physical mold. Her famous character Hermione (that’s Her-my-o-nee) from J.K. Rowling‘s Harry Potter books is the perfect intellectual mold.
Emma’s latest film: Harry Potter and the Prizoner of Azkaban