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Wednesday, 24 September 2008

What is wrong with the world?

I was watching on the news today, and I was shocked to see that a guy had some how managed to get in to a school with a gun and kill 12 people there. How did this happen? How did he get in to a school with a gun? Isn't there some kind of security there? It sounds like he went in unchecked and just started killing at will.

All I could think about was the 12 lives lost and what really got me is that he posted a video on youtube just the day before saying he was gonna do it and the police saw the video and arrested him and questioned him-- then let him go!

It sickens me to think that the security in the schools (and, it seems, the world) has become so over-run by it's own rules that it is constanly contradicting itself.

Like Jenn said to me the other day, a man was caught on video shooting someone and they used the term "allegedly." HELLO WAKE UP CALL!! He was on the camera doing the shooting-- there's no "allegedly" about it!

So until they could prove what the whole world knew, he was a not convicted of it and just like the guy in the school shootings he was let go to do the crime of killing 12 innocent people because the law said they couldn't hold him since they had no evidence or something like that.

The police thought he wasn't a "risk." Well they got that one wrong big time.

Let's hope something this terrible never happens again!

Saturday, 20 September 2008

My Jenn does the sweetest things for me.

Jenn has been working on a scarf for me that she is knitting, and every day I watch her as she works on it. It's so amazing to see her knitting and to know that it's for me is truly amazing. No one has ever gone to the lengths of making me anything before and it's the sweetest thing anyone has ever done for me. At times she got frustrated, but she never gave up on the things she was knitting for me and I cant wait to use them.

I love my Jenn forever

Melissa the laundry cat.

Over the past few weeks my mom has been telling me how while I've been at work Melissa has been acting a liitle strange. Well not so much strange as a new thing that she seems to like doing.
Apparently she has been bringing my dirty laundry down form the landing upstairs sometimes a sock or sometimes things twice her size like a t-shirt or my wooly hat. I didn't believe my mom at first till one night I'm sat on the sofa waiting for my Jenn to get back from class when I start hearing a "meow mmmmmmeeeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!" Then a thud thud thud and then the pitter patter of small feet then all of a sudden from behind the door appears Melissa with my wooly hat firmly gripped in her mouth as she trots in to the room meowing. Then all of a sudden the hat gets under her paw and over she goes head over ass and tail following she picks herself up looks at me meows as if to say "I'm okay," then picks the hat up in her mouth again and disappears out of the room with my hat dragging along the floor. It was so funny to see and the effort she was putting in to dragging my hat to whereever it is now was amazing. I don't know why she does it but I guess she is trying to help in her own little way.

(Even if I can't find my hat now.)

Friday, 12 September 2008

I'm gonna be a great-uncle!

Well today started out as most days do: I got up with Jenn and got in the shower and got ready for work.

I shout down to mom "Mom, do I have a clean top down there??" She shouts "yeah," and then says "and come down because I have to talk to you about something."

So down the stairs I trot, and Mom is sat in the chair and I say "what's wrong?" She says "well, you're gonna be a great-uncle."

I had to ask her to say it again, I was like "what did you say?" and she said "yep, your niece is pregnant." The first thing I say is "how?" I think i was in shock or denial. It just wasn't sinking in.

So I went on my way to work and it kept going through my mind, but not quite registering-- kinda like a shop assistant at the store who has to keep running the item over the laser scanner until it rings through.

So a few hours later, I'm at work and I'm texting Jenn and the topic is about feeling old. Then suddenly it registers-- I'm gonna be a great-uncle. Not just an uncle, but a GREAT-UNCLE!!

The title sounds sooooo old!! I instantly imagine an old man sat in a wheelchair with false teeth-- THAT, in my mind, is what a great-uncle is! But I'm not that old yet!

But the news defenitly was a shock to the system even, if it did take 4 hours to sink in.

But I make a good uncle so hopefully I will be a great great-uncle (good great-uncle? You know what i mean!).

Thursday, 11 September 2008

Our son swimming.

Money poorly spent.

Today was the activation of a machine that was supposed to simulate what happened 0.0001 seconds after the "big bang" that may have created our solar system.

The machine took 14 years to construct at a cost of around 4.3 billion pounds just to construct it-- not to mention the money its gonna swallow just to keep it running. It's not just a case of a 5-pound note to keep the electricity running. Surely a machine of that cost is gonna cost even more to keep it going.

However, there are homeless people on the streets and and buildings that are in bad need of repair and not nearly enough money going into the hospitals-- and yet the world's top scientists are throwing all that money into an experiment that they aren't even sure as to what the results will be.

I once heard someone say that if we took all the money the world spent on weapons and things like this we would be living on the moon by now-- who knows? Maybe they're right!

Just some food for thought!

Wednesday, 10 September 2008

My poem to my Jenn.

To be there with you is what I dream of every day,
To be there with you is not too far away.

The day I left you was the saddest day of my life,
But now I'm coming back to be with you my future wife.

To love you every day and hold you in my arms,
And to protect you and keep you safe from harm.

You are my world and everything I need,
And every day of every week you make my life complete.

I love you more than anything and I always will,
And if the world did ever end and all life stopped I would love you still.

My love for you get so much stronger every single day,
And i love you in every single way.

My Jenn.

I love my Jenn more than life itself.

She makes me the man I want to be.

She is everything I need in my life and everything in my world.

She makes me the happiest man alive.

Doom's Day machine?

Today everybody has been talking about this machine that is supposed to bring about the end of the world.

I'm not saying that it's a silly suggestion, I just don't think that anything man can build would bring about the destruction of an entire planet. I mean we don't even have the technology to stop a comet bigger than three miles wide, so how are they gonna build a device capable of destroying an entire planet?

Some people have suggested that it will create "mini black holes" that will join into one big black hole and suck us all in. Yeah right, no one even knows what a black hole is, let alone how to even accidentally make one.

I don't really think that it would be used as a weapon, I mean when there is talk about even a nuclear weapon the world is quick to condemn any such action, so I doubt that any country would allow the testing of such a weapon that would end the world.

The world may be ended by man, but it will be over a course of time, not some crazed scientist and a big bomb that will wipe us out in the blink of an eye-- that idea is, in my opinion, STUPID!!

Monday, 8 September 2008

Our deceased fish.

Jenn and I adopted a fish, and had it for about a year. I only got to see him for a short while, but I loved him and said he was our adopted son.

He would spend hours just swimming around his bowl (as a fish tends to do), but just a few days ago Jenn walked in to find him not moving-- he was dead.

I was upset and so was Jenn. He was our first pet together, and even though I knew that fish don't live too long, he made an impression to last for all time, and I'll never forget him.

So this one is for mine and Jenn's fish who died on September 8th, 2009. We will miss him and we love him.

Miss Fancy Princess Diana Wayne.
Born October 2007
Died September 2008

Me and Jenn

They say that someone is made for you in the world.

Well, I found her, and it's Jenn, my wife-to-be.

I'm so in love with her.

She is my world, and I belong to her.

We have been together for 9 months, and my life has been perfect and gets better every day

She is the other half of me.

I love my Jenn.