Thursday, December 3, 2009

Paris Hilton:And I

Paris Hilton Comes to whistler and pays $150 for a lift ticket
Chelsea Rosebrook: Free
Paris Hilton Comes into Bills and Drops a couple Thousand on Boose.
Chelsea Rosebrook:Free. As much as she wants.
Paris Hilton Goes out to eat at umberto's for a five course meal and pays $150 a person.
Chelsea Rosebrook: Free. And gets the last Veal available =)
Paris Hilton:Cannot go into a bar unless its open
Chelsea Rosebrook: Is in at three o clock meeting the hottest Dj's in Both countries.
Paris Hilton makes people pay to sit with her in a bar so she isn't alone.
Chelsea Rosebrook: Is out on the dance floor with at least 5 new life long gal friends

Moral of the story.

There is none just wanted to throw that out there! haha


Thursday, August 27, 2009

Roomates from HELL

have left the house. Its so niceee to not be walking on eggg shellls!!!! omg!! They Where rude to my boyfriend, myself, my landlord, and my Grandparents!!!!! you cross the line when you are rude to my family.. me thats one thing but when my family or friends get in the war path.....IM NOT GOING TO BE A NICE PERSON!

buttt they are gone now and my house feels like home again. not a hell hole. i dont feel like i have to be someone's mother again... no more cleaning up dishes that weren't mine@!!!!! woot wooottt!!!

what shall i do now?!

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

A High School Drama Queen

She Spends her time racking up the phone bill, hogging the hot water for the shower, stealing glimps' of herself in EVERY mirror she passes. A High School Drama Queen can NEVER have too many pairs of Heels, or too much eyeliner. Secretes are ALWAYS told to her and sometimes Told BY her. In a crowded room she always finds someone to talk to because she is an interesting person... A High School Drama Queen KNOWS THE WEEKNESSES OF HER TEACHERS!!!!! She knows how to play the pity card to scrape by if she has to... BEWARE! Those big watery puppy dogg eyes ARE A PLOY!

DADS: If she comes home crying saying its the end of the world because she and her "Boyfriend" have broken up.... please dont offer to "beat him up" or say something like there are other guys around because thats not what she needs to hear at that time. Best trick.... go buy her a small thing of flowers.. even if its a carnation and tell her you will always love her no matter what. She can always be a daddy's girl.
ALSO... the first time you catch her sneaking out..... SCARE THE LIVING HELL OUTTA HER.
Groundations from phone's wont work. We know how to buy pre paid phones.. Tell her that the reason you are so upset about her sneaking out is because you worry about her safety, this way she doesn't have the chance to say your a controll freak, and you dont want her to have fun. Give her a reasonable curfew and have her let you know where she is... but dont call her every 20 mins and ask where she is at that moment in time... if she has eaten ect...

MOMS: Beware.... a Drama Queen knows your worst enemy is YOUR mother. She Will call grandma and vent and try and get out of things because she knows you prob did worse things than she has done so far and she will milk grandma for any ammo she can get.

know that when your eyeliner sharpener goes missing to check the "Queens" backpack because she has mostlikely stolen yours because she misplaced hers. And KEEP your hairbrush under lockdown because thats next on the list to the sharpener. !!!
Homework is a option to a Drama Queen. She goes to school to talk to friends not to read a history book. its a fact.

now im not going to give away all the secrete's in the first post... who wants to buy the ice cream truck when your passin out the popsickles for free/?>>!!!!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009


So i was blog scrolling and i ran upon this. For some reason it keeps tugging at me. How many people do we know who have been treated the same way? And in the end its god who keeps us and keeps showing us he loves us even when we push him away or try and tell him mean things like we hate him and such. But with out fail he is there.

it really reminds me of my dads' relationship with god.

Lifes Little Lessons!

So I have this friend who adopted a dog from the animal shelter. She originally wanted to get a puppy so that she could start off fresh because most of the dogs at the shelter have been around and are very different from puppys. You can't teach an old dog new tricks basically. Anyways she desided to give it a chance and adopt a dog from the shelter. He seemed fine at the shelter, looked good, seemed to have a good temperment and so on. So she brings him home and of coarse the first tiny bit he was very shy, hid, seemed a bit scared but she figured it was just because he was in a new home and would need to get used to her. This was not the case. The dog started growling, barking, showing his teeth etc etc. Basically he was acting angry, tough and trying to be the alpha male. This bothered her a bit because she had adopted the dog to be her companion. She had owned another dog long ago and he was litterally "mans best friend" this dog however was not exactly that. So she called the shelter to ask about her new dog. It turns out that he had always been surrounded by other dogs who were constantly growling, barking, fighting etc etc so this was all the dog knew and quickly learned to act the same and act very tough. She had more of a understanding now that the shelter had explained this to her. So she got off the phone and desided to try to be more loving to the dog to show him she cared. She would try to pet him, give him kisses, and basically gice the dog the love and attention that it deserved. The dog was not having it. All she wanted to do was try to get the dog to trust her so that he would let her in but the dog seemed like he didn't want that. The dog seemed to like living there and seemed to like her but everytime she tried to pet him or anything the dog would back away, scowl and leave. Even if she moved to quickly the dog would get scared and run away. This behavoir scared her so she once again called the shelter to ask about his behavoir. The shelter let her know that he was actually a rescued dog. They had rescued him from the other angry dogs and put him into his first home. This home was anything but positive. His owners would scream at him, hit him, leave him outside, neglect to feed him, they barely gave him any attention at all. Seeing as how this was the dogs first home he figured it was normal and that he was just a bad dog. He quicly learned to not let anyone in and not to show any feelings. He needed to be tough and emotionless if he was going to survive. It was no wonder that the dog was not letting his new owner in. He was programed to think that if he was to open up and let his new owner in that this owner would hurt him. So he built up a wall of anger, emotion-less and "tough dog" syndrome and hid behind it. My friend was very upset because she had these hopes and plans for her new dog and he seemed to not only not care but not let her in. She called me very upset explaining the situation about the dog to me and asked me if I thought she should give up on the dog and bring him back to the shelter.......

.....Right away I told her that she couldn't just give up on him. She had made a commitment when she adopted him to be there for him and take care of him. He was finally in a good home and had a owner that truly cared about him and wasent going to hurt him like his previous owner. I also told her that even though he may seem like he doesn't let her in and doesn't act like a regular dog doesn't mean he doesn't actually like her. He had just been thru a lot and needed some time. He was probably already attached to her and cared for her more than she saw. It was just hard for the dog because of his past. I told her that she can't blame him for that and needed to keep him to show him that he is capable of having a good owner and capable of letting her in. She listened to me and agreed with me 100%.
She still has the dog and now he is the most loving and affectionate dog you will ever see. It just took some understanding, time and patience.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

New Dictionary!


A person who has stopped growing at both ends and is now growing
in the middle.

A place where women curl up and dye.

Someone who is fed up with people.

The only animals you eat before they are born and after they are dead.

A body that keeps minutes and wastes hours.

Mud with the juice squeezed out.

Someone me-deep in conversation

A person who will never tell a lie if the truth will do more damage.

Cold Storage.

Cutting money in half without damaging the paper. MYTH:
A female moth.

An insect that makes you like flies better.

Grape with a sunburn.

Something you tell to one person at a time.

A bunch of bones with the person scraped off.

The pain that drives you to extraction.

One of the greatest labor saving devices of today.

An honest opinion openly expressed.

Something other people have. You have character lines.