Thursday, July 29, 2010

Take this blog and shove it

Motivation has run exceptionally dry around the barren and frozen tundra that is the Rial Blog Make Shift Hot Air Baloon Greeting Card Assembly plant. I mean, stuff has been happening, but in the grand scheme of things, one person can only take so much gripping about co-workers and vampires. Or can they? What is the thresh hold for tolerance of incredible mundane and at best passable topics forced down your eye sockets from a white computer screen? I know I read/watch some pretty bad things. Its like I have a quota of less then par entertainment I have to meet. Does the ramblings and run on sentences of this blog fall in that category? I had a feeling it did, but you never know, this could be some ones Burn Notice (crummy show on USA network that I watch for no reason at all, because it is really really bad)

Well, we have decided to force ourselves to be on top of this, this snap shot of our high fashion and top shelve boozed filled lives. Perhaps open the window further? Naw, close it more, but make sure what comes out is worth releases much like the Kraken in the Clash of The Titans. Because, you know, they just don't release the Kraken any old day, it saved for special occasions like Yom Kip pour and Flag Day.

So while we lie constantly about what we are going to be doing in the future, take note that we will continue this practice, its working out very well for us, but we will be more active, hell maybe we will even talk about vampires and share pictures again...

So til the cup over flow-ith, we shall dine again.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

What did you do this weekend?

The Rial Blog Aerobic and Proof Reading bureau decided that a recently bought $20 dresser need about $30 worth of touch up to make it look aesthetically pleasing, these are the results. (Sarah did all of this...sanding, priming, painting, back flipping, sun dried tomato-ing)

John Hancock This

In the true spirit of our founding fathers, us at the Rial Blog Sports Advocacy and Hygiene Advancement Academy built some shade ffor our plants using what we had available...indigenous peoples labor and burlap sacks. The frame for the larger shade is made out of dried sunflower stalks. Pretty DIY if your into that kinda stuff.