all over the place.

"For reasons unfathomable to the most experienced prophets in Maycomb County, autumn turned to winter that year. We had two weeks of the coldest weather since 1885, Atticus said. Mr. Avery said it was written on the Rosetta Stone that when children disobeyed their parents, smoked cigarettes and made war on each other, the seasons would change." - Chapter 4 - To Kill a Mockingbird {by Harper Lee}

By the way, the illness was gone quickly, just for one night (no, I am not bulimic Kars! - feels funny saying that, since I too am "Kars"). Hope none of you get sick! Back to school...

By the way, this is my one hundredth post. WOOT WOOT. hahahaha.

Word of the Day
recidivism \rih-SID-uh-viz-uhm\, noun: A tendency to lapse into a previous condition or pattern of behavior; especially, a falling back or relapse into prior criminal habits.

I love this picture hahaha. Good times...good times.


Katie said...


damarisrisrisris said...

*excellent book. very american, very southern.

*glad you are not sick or bulimic. that'd be tragic.

*happy 100th. (haha i love how that sounds with no context)

*your word of the day has inspired me to write a post about it. please may i use your word?

the end.

kars; said...

it's not really "my word", but yes damarisrisrisris i give you permission to use it. haha.