The universe seems to be in a wish granting mood today. I have high hopes for a lottery win tonight.
Not without a sense of humour though, it started however by granting my wish to live life in the movies with the opening scene of Four Weddings & a Funeral when I realised I’d over slept and levitated out of my bed and into my clothes with a running commentary of the appropriate (or inappropriate) expletives.
The poor dog was commanded to take the shortest pee ever (I fear I may pay for that later) and by a minor miracle I was at the bus stop only fifteen minutes later than usual and only ten minutes late into work. However this did mean that I missed my usual half hour of blogging time when I get into work before nine.
More is to come as a quick look at my email informs me that eight days into the course I have been finally given access to the WordPress 101 Commons and can join all my fellow students at Blogwarts sipping butter beer in front of a roaring computer screen.
Yet more hope on the blog front – today’s task is to comment on another blog – could this finally be the day that I get feedback on my blog? Be still my beating heart!
As is so often the case recently, I actually completed this homework already in the last few days, (I blogged about it here) so I will be tracking back to make a record of the blogs I went to because apparently there will be a further testing on the subject!
When sardonic high school senior Sophie O’Dea inherits her neurotic grandmother’s car, an old automobile named Star, she is told the car has magical powers. But when Sophie casually makes a wish upon Star for a date to the Valentine’s dance, her wish comes true in the form of Drake, a famous upcoming actor from Los Angeles. Now, stressed-out Sophie must find a way to get the wisecracking Drake back to the bright lights of the city before he’s stuck in small-town America forever…but she just might learn a whole lot about herself, including how to have fun again, along the way.