Archive for December, 2003

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Doh. Too much snow = low visibility = no boarding. *frown* Oh well, I still had a fun trip up to Tahoe though.

Gosh my car came back home really dirty. Yuck.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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Woohoo! I’ve earned myself another $100 in SubaruBucks. Heh. I suppose I charge lots of things on my credit card. *ouch*

Heh, I got another scarf yesterday. That makes it 7. At least it’s a different color than all of my other ones!

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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So I was only the train to work recently and this one lady sat down next to me. I saw that she had pretty long fingernails, and I knew they were fake because they weren’t smooth along her fingers. You can tell that there was a layer of fake nail since the nail sat higher (if that makes any sense).

Anyways, I noticed that the fake thumbnail looked like it was smaller than her actual thumbnail. You know, like it wasn’t quite wide enough or something. Then I looked at her other nails and noticed that on one of her fingers, the real nail had grown and was longer than the fake one. Oh man… talk about not maintaining your manicure. Might as well not get one, that’s what I say. Heheh.

Merry Christmas!

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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Future topic: lady with the fake nails that were too small for her nails…

SG, signing off.

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Brrr.. it’s been cold these days. I can’t wait till it gets warm. Yeah yeah. I’m sure some of you are laughing that I’m freezing when it’s only in the 50s, but hey, I’m from sunny California. What do you expect?

I love the holidays. Workloads are minimal and I can finally catch my breath. Hope you all have a happy and wonderful holiday! Seasons Greetings.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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So I recently switched hosting companies for my website and they have these stats which are fairly detailed. They actually showed the string of words people typed into a search engine to find my page. The strangest one is: poop is everywhere you want to be. Heh, I think I’m going to post random ones as I come across them.

I am wondering if it is rude to open a card in front of the person who gives it to you, especially when you know that inside, there’s some sort of money. My boss left a christmas card on my chair while I was in a meeting today. When I came back, I saw the card and knew that it was a little holiday check for me. She was insisting that I open it, but I didn’t want to in front of her face. She said it was fine, but I thought it would be rude.

I suppose I get that from Chinese New Year, since I was told by my parents not to open the red envelopes in front of the givers, since it would be rude if I did.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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Every time I buy a gift for someone, I never know if they like it or not. Sure, they smile when they open it up, but how do you REALLY know they like it?

So last month, I went to my friend’s bday dinner and gave him a gift. It was ultra soft and plush towels. Towels for a guy; am I insane? The answer is no. Not only was he finally able to rid himself of his cheapo stolen hotel towels, but his fiancee has also been eyeing them.

So this afternoon, I got a call from my friend asking me where I got the towels, because she wants the exact same ones for Christmas. Woohoo! Score one for me!

I suppose nobody really pays attention to regular towels, but when they get their hands on a really nice one… they drool.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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Yay, my site is back up finally, after a slight hiccup. I finally got around to switching hosting companies and looks like the switch is taken place. Sorry to all my adoring fans who’ve visited and found nothing. hehehe.

Happy holidays! I’ll be around during the holidays, so hopefully I’ll have some fun stories to write about.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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Miss me? I spent a great 5 days in New Orleans and now I’m back for a 2-day work week! Woohoo!

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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On my walk to the train station today, I saw something that usually happens in movies when they’re trying to show someone having a bad day: a car splashing water up at pedestrians standing at stoplight. I didn’t actually see the water hit the ladies in front of me, but by the way they jumped back and practically stomped on my toes with their heeled shoes, it was probably a close call.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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