Jessie’s Journal

Jessie’s Journal

By Jessie Schirrick Posted April 18, 2012

When folks complain that the effects of radiation could make all of us Americans “glow in the dark,” I don’t understand, because who doesn’t want to glow in the dark?

What was Adele even talking about when she said she could’ve been rolling in the deep? That doesn’t sound like something I want to do at all, I’d rather roll in the shallow. I like to listen to Adele when I work out, except I don’t work out so I never listen to Adele.

The weather determines the over all mood of the citizens here. When it’s cold most everybody is in a terrible mood and when you untie their shoes for them they get freaked out and say mean things, but when it’s warm outside they mostly just get freaked out.

If you have issues, use a tissue.

When people say they feel uncomfortable, wrong. And awkward.

I like the kind of shoes that make you feel like you’re stepping on puppies all day long, it’s surprisingly pleasant.

The kind of hair that you can only see if you get really really close to your skin. That’s the kinda hair you gotta have.

Planetariums remind me of the past while aquariums worry me for the future, coincidence? I think not.

I think it would be a really interesting experience to be observed as a specimen of Earth, or “Terra,” if you will.

Who the heck was Sadie Hawkins anyway, the first girl to ask a guy something? Was she that scientist guy’s wife?

There was once a time when you could be lifted off of the ground with a kite, fortunately, this period of time is over and done with.

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