Saturday, April 21, 2007
I biked 22 kms today - maybe that's why I'm hungry. But I did eat spaghetti after and lots of chocolate that my sister sent me.
It all started this morning when I heard a voice talking Hindu or something really loud. Then a knock at the door. I got up really fast. Then I heard the Hindu voice getting further away. I opened the door and there was a parcel there. The mailman was talking on his cell phone. He looked back, I nodded my head to say thanks, he nodded and walked away continuing to talk on his cell phone.
She went to Hollywood a few weeks ago and sent me some cool gifts. Lots of chocolate (nothing to do with Hollywood it was just that she sent the present at Easter - though I'm pretty sure you could buy chocolate in Hollywood if you wanted to).
She sent me a Los Angeles Police Department t-shirt which is amazing. There was also a California Highway Patrol patch (I have had the theme song to Chips in my head all day). She sent me an Oscar statue that says "Best Brother") - it looks great! Also, a book and a Homer Simpson bobblehead. Oh, and a pair of socks that are striped and say Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary or something like that with an inmate number.
It was great - just like Christmas!
Oh well... I would order a shawarma but we ordered some last night. Maybe I should skip a day.
Thursday, April 19, 2007
As well, today I practiced my new skill of tearing a telephone book in two with my bare hands. Didn't work so far. But maybe one of these days after I successfully tear one, I will put the video up on YouTube or something.
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
We went to a mall that has an amusement park in it.
Sara and I went on the bumper cars. Smashing into the cars of adults was fun. But at the beginning I felt bad speeding up and smashing into the cars of kids. But after like 30 seconds and having a bunch of kids hit my car, the game was on. It was cool. Well, not the smashing into kids part don't worry.
Then, I went on one of those rides where you're on a train that goes around the mall (basically a ride for kids that adults can go on as well) with my nephew. It was sloooooooooooooooow. But oddly, it was actually a lot of fun.
Then Sara and I went on the roller coaster. Man it was fast. It was cool.