Saturday, July 25, 2009

Ramblin' Rose

This is my Seinfeld post - it's a post about nothing.

For whatever reason, the firing of synapses in my brain led me to look up 'Tom Cruise' and 'Scientology' on YouTube today. Scary shit. Or maybe not scary - maybe just sad. I started to wonder if perhaps the bigwigs over at Scientology, Inc. weren't a little bit miffed that they'd hunted down Tom in their search for celebrities to join the cult religion. The man is a loon. I watched a ten minute rant of Tom's in which he discussed Scientology and that confirmed my thoughts that he's a fully fledged nutbar. Then I watched an interview of Matt Lauer with Tom and that sealed the deal. You could tell by the look on Matt's face that he knew he was going to get nowhere with the crazy person sitting across from him, but bless his little heart, he gave it his all.

Now, don't get me wrong. I think people are entitled to worship the god of their choice and believe in whatever gets them through the night - as long as they're not hurting anyone in the process. Seriously though - Scientology? They're just as nutty as the next religion, although I don't recall ever hearing about Jesus asking anyone to hold metal rods while being 'audited'.

In other news, I think my husband and at least one of my friends thinks it's odd that I haven't left the apartment in over a week. Is that weird? Maybe. It's a trend I would like to continue though. I'm seeing the appeal in being a hermit. If only I could think of a way to immediately start replacing my current salary with money made while sitting on my ass on my couch. If I never had to step foot in an office again, I'd be okay with that. Let me know if you have any brilliant ideas that I can steal and then profit from.

See this picture off to the left? I took that. At a world renowned garden while my parents were visiting. It makes me happy in ways I can't explain. I'm generally not a huge fan of roses but I like this one. I like the lighting and I love the colour of it. These are the things that are getting me through my days at the moment.

I hope it brings a little extra happiness to your day too.


ChilkootChubby said...

The Rose makes me very, very happy. It's a beautiful picture.

Here is my attempt to entice you out of the house:
Star Trek

Interested? Oh, and if he's around the hubby could come to if he insists on it.

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