BLOGATHON 2006 ENTRY #26: Magic Cookies

Reporting From Glendale, California.

There are chocolate chip cookies in the freezer. But I cannot eat the chocolate chip cookies because you can only eat them at 4:20. But it is past 4:20. However, it doesn't matter if it is 4:20 in the morning or 4:20 in the afternoon. As long as it's 4:20, it's okay to eat these cookies. But maybe I will eat these cookies anyway. Einstein said that time is relative. Maybe in my mind it is 4:20 all the time. Hmm. I like cookies.

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By the way, there are rumors spreading around that Blogger, my blog host, will be down tonight between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. If this is the case, I will continue writing blogs, and I will post them all together when my service comes back. I think this is a hoax though. We shall see. The Blogathon people say they’re trying to contact the Blogger people right now.

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This entry was written during Blogathon 2006 (held from Saturday, July 29, 2006, 6:00 a.m., through Sunday, July 30, 2006, 6:00 a.m.) in support of Bread for the Journey. A total of $383.92 has been raised so far. You can still pledge money RIGHT NOW through Monday, July 31, 2006. Sponsor this event by clicking here RIGHT NOW. And here are full details about my involvement in this event.

7 comments:

  1. P. you know that '420' is drug parlance for smoking pot?, which often leads to frozen chocolate chip cookies...?

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  2. http://www.physics.utoronto.ca/services/health_and_safety/ergonomics.html

    feeling motherly....

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  3. I'm glad tod straightened you out on that--but you probably knew that and were just subbing cookies (actual) for brownies (referential). wish me luck pledging... god i hate how you h ave to register at great length for everything online!!

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  4. no more comments--how do people ever have the time to do anything on all these sites
    xo

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  5. Pot? Huh? Pot? Who said pot?

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  6. ok, something in me wants to believe you are completely naive about these things...like you are my teenage daughter!

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