Take the first sentence of your first lj entry then your second sentence of your second entry and so on until you have your thirteenth sentence from your thirteenth entry. If you don't have that many sentences, then just do the last sentence. Connect the sentences together and see what nonsense it makes!
OK, so Twila convinced me that this was a blast and I've decided to try it. Still don't get "Seinfeld", and I pretty well tuned out during the latter. Mary's got a terrible case of what was diagnosed by the doc-in-the-box on Saturday as bronchitis. You are a learner who is generally patient and a person for whom time is an ally, not an enemy. There was also a picture, hanging in the bar area, of Jean Harlow, which for some strange reason reminded me of my Aunt Cash, despite the fact that Cash had jet black hair (that got jetter and blacker as she got older). No bladder infection, apparently, but the vet thought there might be a problem elsewhere, and put her on antibiotics. Years ago, there was what, one kind of cough syrup? It wasn't such a bad day after all. Finished the draft that I've been working on for two weeks and passed it along to a coworker for his ideas before I send it to PHB. I got out this afternoon and went to Media Play, and got three new albums: Two By Four by the LA Four (Laurindo Almeida, Bud Shank, Ray Brown and, on this album, Jeff Hamilton); Forever Gold by Charlie "Yardbird" Parker; and Chicago XI by Chicago. My dear friend draiguisge has something going on her journal where she's doing a painting every day for a year. Amazing where one finds inspiration, isn't it?He had made me his own personal project, for some reason, maybe because he didn't like me and the feeling was mutual.