Annallee (the_shinra) wrote,

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I have so many things to do, I'm behind on all of them, excuse me while I hit myself. Repeatedly. I feel like an idiot and a failure.

I watched the Friends finale the other day, and I cried a lot, even though I haven't regularly watched that show in nearly 10 years. I cry at everything, really. I'd cry if a piece of string fell off a table.

My dog had a tumor, he had to have it removed yesterday. :( I noticed a mark on him days ago, but yesterday it started bleeding and was more pronounced. I was quite terrified. The house feels so empty and depressing without him sniffing around or staring at us and our food. Or curled up in his bed. The vet said it was nothing serious, but nobody wants to hear the word tumor. He's having the stitches removed in a couple of weeks.

I'm beginning to remember why I never liked Aeris. I'm also beginning to remember why I went through a "wanting to have sex with presidents of evil corporations" phase when I was 13. This person has a page of actors they'd cast in an FF7 live action movie. Scarily, I can actually imagine Seth Green as Reno and Sarah Michelle Gellar as Elena. x_x
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You know, I watched the 'Friends' finale, even though I haven't watched the show in about 7 years or so. I found a lot of it to be rather cheesy and not as good as the show was when it first started. Heh, but it was great watching that and later watching the opening of SNL last Saturday since it started out with the whole Ross/Rachel thing but using Bush/Rumsfeld instead. Eww....mankiss. :D

Poor doggy. I hate hearing about things like that but I guess it's good that it's not too serious. I know that the few times my Mister Kitties has had to stay for an extended time at the vet, it was really sad. You're so used to something and when it isn't there, you're at a loss. But I guess I kinda learned that the first time he had to go to the vet like that. I think that was the first time I realised just how much of a part of this family that cat is. (Mister Kitties is so sweet...he's sleeping on a Best Buy bag right now O_o ).
I'm sorry about your dog. I remember when ours had a tumor removed. Afterward, she kept running into stuff with her Elizabethan collar.

I just like to imagine Seth Green, period.

Ojos Asi <3
Awwwwwwww T-Boniieeeeeeeeeeee. I hope he's feeling well!

I'd see a movie with Seth Green and SMG in it. Except well, I haven't seen Scooby Doo Too (or the first one, for that matter).