A Bunch of Words

A Bunch of words

Arthur Chu is a a fine Jeopardy! champ. Trebek is an average Trebek. Did anyone else see when there was a S&M related clue? That was worse than every time I have to watch the damn Clue Crew. If I had so much money that I never had to work another day in my life (other than oversee the cat sanctuary for which I would be the wealthy benefactor), I would spend all of my time studying to become the next great Jeopardy! champ. The stuff of legend like Ken Jennings, Arthur Chu and my former favorite, Larissa Kelly. Yes, Arthur Chu has stolen the long-held position as my favorite Jeopardy! champ from Larissa Kelly.

I want a new car. Probably either an Accord or an Odyssey. I love the Insight and it is very close to paid off, but it’s really small with the car seat. I’m pretty much the only person who can fit in the passenger seat when the car seat is in there. And even I am uncomfortable. I was planning to go look for something new over the weekend, but I was strong and refrained. Maybe in a couple of months.

I took this photo of Tiki the other day. This is one of his most handsome portraits ever.


During Jan and Feb, I read 20 books. I’m developing a very serious obsession with John Grisham. And he has a whole lot of books, so I think it will keep me occupied for a while.

Semi related to Grisham’s content, it’s been two years since I left private practice.

Now that I’ve had the baby, I figure I shouldn’t eat birthday cake every day. I still want it, but I’m trying to pretend hummus and crackers is the same. It’s not.

According to internet quizzes, I am: Virginia Woolf, “Rent,” Mrs. Hughes, Emily from PLL, Katy Perry, Tamra from The Mindy Project (unexpected, I’ll admit it – I was expecting Danny), Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, a lettuce burger (total lies), Baby Spice, Lucky Charms, Grey Line with Black, Blue and Yellow, and Jeremy Bentham. I’m probably other things that I don’t remember. Internet quizzes in the middle of the night are sometimes easily forgotten.

There. Now I’m satisfied. I typed some random words. Now I can perhaps get back to some normal posts with related thoughts.


  1. says

    I really enjoy watching Mr. Chu too! He bounces all over the board selecting clues and I love this method. No one gets a chance to get on a roll and if he doesn’t answer the big $$, they are lost to the others anyway. But I am surprised at how many times they have allowed him to mispronounce (??) words. In the past, contestants have been found to have given incorrect answers for similar errors.