Monday, July 30, 2012


AAAAND I just realized it's Monday...and 10pm...I'M AMAZING AT REMEMBERING.

I've decided I'm tired today, and don't really have anything to talk about. I DO, however, know what I'm going to talk about on Thursday...


Yeah. It's an action packed love story...

Okay...well...not really.

Just kinda drama-y and stupid. But it still makes me upset and was an important part of my last few months of sophomore year. So...yeah. That's what I'm talking about on Thursday.

Here is a happy pop-tart cat flying through space farting rainbows to make up for the lack of real post substance today. Enjoy!

See you Thursday!
Miss M

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Ohhhhhhh Bugger....

I...again...don't have anything to talk about. And I don't want to have to take extra time just to think up a topic. So, here's this...

Have fun!

See you Monday!
Miss M <3

Monday, July 23, 2012


Hi! It's MONDAY!

Wait, why am I acting happy about this? I hate Mondays.

Well, anyways. Yesterday was my mommy's birthday. She turned 43.

And, now to MY news.

On Saturday afternoon, I drove myself (Well...with my parents in the car. Permit, you know) over to my friend FirePenguinDiscoPanda's (Okay...that's really hard to type. She will hereafter, and in all subsequent blog posts, be known as FPDP) house. Her parents will still working when I got there, so we just sat on her couch in the rec room and talked about random shit. After her parents got home, we decided to make sims of ourselves and we did. However, the computer fucked up and we had to start watching Netflix instead. We watched lots of TV shows and movies, complained about guys (and how each of us thinks a guy friend of ours likes us, but are too dumbassed to do anything about it), and talked about drama in our lives. We had waffles at 1:30 in the morning, then we fell asleep until around 10:45am. She got on the computer to mess with the sims again, and I was watching shows on Netflix. We talked while this was going on. Then my mom came to get me and we went out to lunch, and didn't do anything else for the rest of the day.

That was my first sleepover since March, when my (now ex) best friend decided to make a decision that appalled me (maybe I'll talk about that on Thursday...hmmm...). But yeah. It was fun.

HEY! FPDP! Invite me over again soon! Lol. We can invite Leppie too!

See you Thursday!
Miss M

P.S.: Hey....FPDP...Leppie is our mutual friend with the blonde hair and same birthday as me. Get it? March 17-Leprecaun-Leppie! Kay, thanks, bye! :)

Thursday, July 19, 2012


I don't have anything to talk about today. Seriously. I mean, well, a guy tried to buy a SINGLE BEER at the Walmart today. He looked kinda drunk already.


So, here's a funny video instead:

See you Monday, where I will actually have something to talk about (me and FirePenguinDiscoPanda's upcoming sleepover on Saturday!)

Miss M

Monday, July 16, 2012

I Just Made a Decision

Yes, two posts today! This is gonna be a short one though.

I was thinking about it, and even though yes, this is summer and I have nothing better to do, I have a hard time thinking of something to post about every day.

So I've decided: I will post Mondays and Thursdays, and whenever else strikes my fancy. I will carry this through the school year as well. So, there's my quick update.

Miss M

Internet Video!

So, me and my mother were having a chat this morning about Glee. We both love the show. I record it in my room on my DVR because the living room one already records a lot of stuff, and my dad doesn't like Glee anyway. So it's recorded in my room.

ANYWAYS, my mother hasn't seen the last half of the season. She hasn't seen from the episode with Blaine's big brother to the end (I have, though). She was thinking about subscribing to Hulu Plus (hereafter known as H+) so she could watch it without having to be in my room (my room is really small, and she thinks my bed is really uncomfortable, blah blah blah), so she asked me to research it a bit. I did, and learned some things (I'll get to that in a minute, hold on...). She then realized she wasn't sure what the difference was between H+ and Netflix (hereafter known as N), so I researched that as well. Here's what I learned.

H+ is about $10 a month for unlimited streaming through the internet, in devices like computers, video game consoles, internet-connected TVs, and internet-connected Blu-ray players. N is around $9 a month, with similar streaming features, and you can also play an extra $9 for the ability to get one DVD at a time through the mail. Here's the major difference though...THE CONTENT. 

H+ is geared more towards major TV watchers. It has the entirety of the most recent season of many shows, and new episodes are up a couple days after premiering on TV. It also has a rather large TV backlog, for example it has not only every episode of Glee season three, it also has every episode of the other two seasons. Its movies are rather limited, though. By that I mean that the ones they have are rather unheard of, and they don't have very many (in contrast to N, anyway). N has a HUGE selection of movies. However, some of their movies (and TV for that matter) are only available through DVD and that's a real problem point for my mother. N has a huge selection of TV, but it doesn't have the most recent season/episodes. It's always a season behind. BUT. It has every episode of series like the original Star Trek, Rugrats, Friends, LOST, and others like that. 

So, I think if I could only get one, I'd probably pick N. It has way more movies and TV shows to select from. The only thing I'd be sad I didn't have is the recent-ness of H+'s TV selection. But at this point, it seems that my mother is thinking that we might as well get both if we're going to get one, plus we can always cancel if it turns out we don't like one. So, that's fun.

That's my rant for today. Plus I also put that there so I can refer to it for my mother later, haha. 

See you next time,
Miss M

Friday, July 13, 2012


Okay, I can't think of a better topic so we are going to talk about today's driving escapade.

For the past two days, I've been driving our minivan because my dad takes our Toyota to work. Well, today, I got to drive the Toyota because we didn't get to go out driving until after dad was already home. So mom drove me over to the mall, and I drove around in a parking lot for a while and on the little mini street for a couple loops to get used to the different feel of the Toyota. Then mom decided it was time to try somewhere else, so she got back in the driver seat to take me somewhere else to drive.

The "somewhere else" was this little area with a paved road that was SUPPOSED to turn into a little housing area...but the houses were never built, so there's a random paved road that's really curvy and shit. Mom took me there to learn to control my turning. We went around and around, with a three-point turn in there at one point, until my mom turns to me and goes "SO, do you wanna drive us home?!"

I was immediately scared, because, HELLO, it's only my third day of driving! The way she was trying to make me take was going a small stretch down a road that was like a highway (not really a highway, but with as many cars and going as fast as one), down some residential roads, across another seriously busy street, then down a few more residential roads to our house. We argued for about ten minutes, with me still driving randomly around the little abandoned road, until she convinced me to drive home a longer but less scary route through a mostly residential area with a small stint on a really fast road (that she didn't warn me until I was turning onto it...thanks, mom) before turning into our neighborhood. I figured I'd have to get on the real roads eventually, and if I was this scared it might take a long time, so I said "fuck my fear" and jumped in.

We start down the road, only to find out the route she was going to take me was closed. So we have to drive randomly around a neighborhood before mom can find the one street in the neighborhood she knows and can direct me home from there. We finally find it after around 5 minutes, and I'm back on the way home. A minute or two later, we come up to my first ever stoplight, and the really busy road. The stoplight was green when I got up to it, so it was onto the road!

I've been terrified of other cars being on the road with me, because I feel like I'm not going fast enough for them and they'll get all road-ragey at me. So I'm going faster than I ever have so far, and freaking out. Another stoplight comes up, and I actually have to stop at this one. I manage that okay, and I turn into our neighborhood from there. We get to where I'm about to turn onto our street, and the bunch of kids that live on our street are all congregated RIGHT where I have to turn in. Mom directs me to turn on the turn signal and wait for them to move, and they do. Then creep, slowly, onto the street while they continue to move out of my way, and when they do, I go on down the street to our house.

I was also scared of parking in our driveway because I was convinced that I'd fuck it up. I turn into the drive, very slowly, and make it perfectly straight in one try.

I was exceedingly happy. I actually drove all the way home, without dying or crashing or both. I'm still not ready for highways or anything, but I think I can make small trips down your average roads now. Yay.

I promise I'll have a more interesting topic for Monday. I'm staying with a friend, FirePenguinDiscoPanda, at her house on Sunday through Monday night, and we are (at the moment, anyway) planning on having a spa day and watching movies and being awesome and not sleeping, and just generally hanging out. I'm really excited.

Okay, that's all for today.

See you next time,
Miss M

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Movies and More Driving

I love movies. I think of this for today, because I watched Gentlemen Prefer Blondes today. Old movies are the best kind of movies, because you get to watch lovely movies with out all of the technology movies today are basically required to have.

My favorite movie ever is Back to the Future. I love it, your average 80s teenager just happens to be friends with a scientist, and the scientist happens to invent a time machine, and the teenager accidentally goes back in time! His confusion when he first arrives is one of my favorite things, because it's so real! I mean, if you were just trying to escape some people in a car and all of a sudden you're in farmland and it's the 50s, what would you do? Freak the fuck out!

My second favorite movie is Star Wars. The first one, the one that came out in 1977. You know, the good one. I love it because it's another lovely example of how far we have some in the land of special effects. You get the point of what they're trying to do without them having to make it overly obvious. I love it.

My third favorite movie is The Rocky Horror Picture Show. It's one of those movies that is so bad, that it's good. And it's a musical. And has gay people. I love all those things. Yes.

Okay...nothing else to talk about right now. I drove more today. I drove in the many parking lots that surround a mostly dead mall. There is a little road that goes all the way around the mall and parking lots that doesn't have much traffic on it (because the mall only has like, 5 stores left) so I drove laps on it to get "road" practice without having to worry about a lot of traffic. I also practiced backing today. Yeah.

Think I'll head out till tomorrow.

See you next time,
Miss M

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Driving is....Interesting

So, on Monday I finally got my driving permit. Yes, I am 16 years old and I should have had it already. Well, I'm lazy and you suck. Today, I went driving around a parking lot for the first time. And it was interesting.

It was the parking lot of a local high school (funnily enough, the one I was supposed to if I hadn't opted to do something only available at the high school I do go to). There were two small parking lots connected to a bigger parking lot. We started in the smallest lot. My mom was in the passenger seat teaching me. We started and stopped a few times at first. Here is where I learned that not very much pressure is needed on the accelerator to make it go, and that you need to slowly apply the brake for a gradual stop, not just slam it. This was learned after a few times of slamming my mother into the seat and the dash (sorry, mom!).

Eventually I got the hang of it and we started turning around and around in the small lot. I have a fear of running into things while I'm turning and so that's when we decided to practice turning around things.

The big lot had had a lot of cars in it for some reason and they had finally cleared out somewhat, enough for us to start using the big lot. So I drove around lamp poles and stuff and kept getting better at it, so then we introduced the other small lot. I then started making loops: around the edge of the smallest lot into the big lot, around the edge of the big lot into the other small lot, around the entire edge of that lot back into the big lot, around the other edge of the big lot back into the smallest lot again, u-turn, go around the other way.

My dad got off of work around that time and came to the high school we were at and parked in the big lot to watch. Me and my mother just kept making loops, stopping periodically by my dads car to try and get him into the car we were in so I could drive them both around the lot. FINALLY, I got my dad in the car and I drove both of them in those loops.

Mom decided it was time to stop for today, so I decided to stop right by dads car so he wouldn't have far to walk. Earlier, every time I had tried to park in a space, I had gone to the right too far. Well, this time I started to do it again. Mother was saying "Turn. Turn. Turn! TURN!" and waving her arm at me. For some reason I still don't know, I didn't register that I was too close to dads car and that mom was saying turn until it was ALMOST too late. Thankfully I didn't crash into our car. Mom got back into the driver seat, and we came back home.

In all, I drove around an hour and a half. And it was very informative and interesting. I can't wait until I can actually start driving on roads, but it will still be a few more parking lot sections until I think I'll be ready for the first step in roads: residential streets.

See you next time,
Miss M

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

A Post in Which I Ramble

Today, I don't really have anything to talk about. So I am going to use my amazing domino thinking and talk about whatever pops in my head.
Also, during summer I am going to try and do a post every weekday, so....let's see how that goes.

So, I had my first omelette this morning...I like eggs. Most kinds of eggs. Except fried ones. Blech.
Ha, that reminds me of The Amanda Show... "The Girls Room". Why was nickelodeon so much better in the 90s? I mean, seriously. Cartoon Network was so much better too. Why has all the good tv gone down the toilet?

Jebus rice, producers, come up with new shit. You always remake old movies and tv shows that are always better the first time. Where did all the creativity go?

"Jackson" by Johnny Cash just came on Spotify. I like that song. You know, country music isn't all that bad. Or perhaps I was just raised around it, so I have a higher tolerance.

I like most kinds of music. Rap (except 80s rap...that shit was good. And a couple songs that stand alone) sucks, and so does hip hop. Country is okay. I like pop and rock. I tend to like rock/hard rock/metal most. 80s music is my favorite. I listen to stuff like Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Lynard Skynard, Kiss, Queen, Asia, Styx, 38 Special, Van Halen, Boston, Kansas, Guns N' Roses, REO Speedwagon, Steely Dan, Jethro Tull, lots of other things, and Huey Lewis.

Huey Lewis does a couple songs in my favorite movie. My favorite movie is Back to the Future. Then Star Wars. The first one that came out, you know, the good one. Then The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I love movies.

Okay, I'm getting bored with rambling and my hands are getting tired. I think I'm going to go back to pinterest.

See you next time,
Miss M

Monday, July 9, 2012

No Day is Perfect.

Today was a rather exciting day for me. I had my first job interview, and I finally got my learner's permit. Yes, I know, I'm 16 and should have gotten it  along time ago. Well, I'm lazy, so screw you.

Mom had an interview at the same place as mine (a gym), and hers was scheduled first. I waited in the car and re-read my driver manual. She was interviewed by the manager, and he asked her things like (since she was applying to be in the daycare place, and so was I) "Why do you like children?" and "What's your favorite thing about working with children?" You know, applicable shit. Then we went to get gas, then it was off to the testing place!

I took my test on the computer. You have 25 questions, and you have to get 20 right somewhere in there. Like, I missed two, so I had to end up doing 22 total questions so I could get 20 of them right and pass. After I got my test approved, we went to the DMV where I got my actual permit, and I actually look really hot in it since I already had my makeup on for MY job interview. Speaking of that, we are up to that point in my day.

The day sounds alright by this point, right? Well, here's where it starts to go downhill.

I get in the building for my interview, and some random chick who kindof talked like a bitch starts asking me all those really dumb questions. You know, like "Describe a difficult situation you've experienced and how you resolved it" and "What are your goals for the future?" You know, shit that doesn't have to do with anything. And that I wasn't prepared for, because I figured I'd be getting questions that have to do with the job, or ones that the manager asked my mom. But no, it's the fucking stupid ones. Plus I fell and twisted my ankle on my way out of the place, so that should have forewarned me how this was going to go.

I get called a little later to hear I didn't get the job. Okay, fine, whatever. But I'm positive it's the stupid fucking questions fault.

At least I can have a sleepover now.

No day is perfect.

See you next time,
Miss M

Friday, July 6, 2012

ERMAHGERD TWO DAYS IN A ROW! And something serious

Holy shit, I've managed to post two days in a row. I believe this is cause for a dance party.

Don't judge me, I like this song. It's catchy.


Anyway. In light of Anderson Cooper coming out as gay, I believe I will talk about gay people, and their right to marry.

I love gay people.  Gay men, specifically. I mean, there's nothing wrong with lesbians (I like those too) but gay men are guys you can cuddle with but then go shopping and talk about hot men. It's fabulous!

They should marry if they want to. Seriously. What's the problem with it? It's not like seeing two gay people holding hands is going to cause spontaneous combustion. It's just two people who love each other, like any hetero marriage. And the adopting thing. SERIOUSLY, religious people? You think just because two men or women raise a child, it's going to cause the children to turn gay? You know, homosexual behavior has been observed in around 1,500 species. And if people are going to maintain the belief that animals do not have free will, they just do, then obviously homosexuality is a behavior you are born with, not learned or adapted. 

As said by the brilliant Amy Farrah Fowler, "I don't object to the concept of a deity, but I'm baffled by the notion of one that takes attendance." This is pretty much how I feel about religion. I am an agnostic. My beliefs are so odd and scattered, that they are worth another whole blog on the subject to themselves. Maybe I'll do that sometime.

Anyway, my final thought on gays:

See you next time!
Miss M

Thursday, July 5, 2012


Note: I'm actually going to try and post regularly, using this as a sort of diary because I had hand problems this year that prevent me from writing a lot at one time. Okay, post time.

Hi, everyone! Okay, not everyone, because nobody will be reading this. Except maybe a friend or two...geez, I'm rambling now.

Okay. Hi, I am a 16 year old girl getting ready to go into her junior year of high school (yay, prom!!). I live in a state in the midwest of the country, and the weather is either super hot or super cold. I'm chubby, but have large...erm...MOUNTAINS, if you know what I mean, which balances it out, I suppose. I hate them though. Wish they were smaller. BUT ANYWAY.

I've just decided that I will refer to myself as THE DIVINE MISS M, or Miss M for short. And yes, I just stole my alias from Bette Midler. Because I want to be her when I grow up. I want to be an actress sooooo badly. But, I'm going to go to college to become a forensic scientist first, because I've wanted to be one of those since I was like, nine.

This section is THINGS I LIKE. I like my friends (especially the one I shall refer to at Mrs.Hutcherson), tacos, steak, mac and cheese, singing, dancing, acting, traveling, internet-ing, mashed potatoes, boys (especially my future husband, one Damian McGinty <3), bread, PB&J, Glee, Celtic Thunder, my TV, texting, listening to music, Mountain Dew, sleeping, and lots of other things. But most importantly, I like being awesome.

Now, for current events! I have my first ever job interview on Monday at a gym to either work at their front desk or in their little daycare place (apparently it will be discussed when I get there). I've just finished summer school and I NO LONGER HAVE ANY MORE GYM. I am free from it forever, thank god. In August my family is taking a trip up to Michigan, where we will be staying with friends. I will be taking a class in a little community college nearby for the field I want to go into, and for the rest of the time we will be sight-seeing and laying on the beach at a great lake and things like that. Maybe take a detour to Chicago on the way back for a couple days. We don't know for sure yet. But yeah, summer this year is alright.

Think I'll head out for now, I can't think of anything else to talk about. I'll try to have an actual topic next time, like gay marriage or something else that's important to me, share my opinions on things. Yeah.

See you next time,
Miss M