Thursday, June 15, 2006

Good Morning!

Hi Everyone.
What a beautiful morning. It's raining cats and dogs. I woke up at one last night because my nieghbours were screaming their heads off, really respectful people. And my brother and his friend are in his room, planning out how to do their own version of the numa numa dance. This is my twin brother...



Bon Matin.

hilary m.

12 comments:

Becky said...

It's been raining like crazy here, too. Not very much fun... it makes the whole school cold. I like rain on weekends, but not on school days. You can't wrap yourself in blankets and read a good book when you're at school.
Gotta love that picture! Siblings are amusing (when they're not screaming at you).

hilary m. said...

Heehee, I love the picture.

I really like the rain too. Just not when I have to walk to school. I love right after the rain, where it smells nice.

My brother's pretty amusing.
There are some positive and negative factors of twinhood.

Becky said...

Yeah, I would think there would be some negative (and positive) factors... I wouldn't know. But I do the positive and negatives of having 3 sisters, That's a little crazy!
Walking to (and from) school in the rain does sucks. My jeans are still soaking, and I cam home about 4 hours ago!

Barbara Bruederlin said...

I love the rain, probably because we only ever get any in June.

What's a numa numa dance?

hilary m. said...

I have quite a quick commute, never less I was pretty damp when I came home.

Exactly! When I look out my window, it's very green. Calgary seems less like Calgary and more like… some place that's humid.

The Numa Numa Dance? It was soo 2004. Kind of an Internet phenomenon.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6377855743675143177&q=numa+numa

Alana said...

Oh man, the numa numa dance, I remember that. That guy needs to get slapped something hardcore. Or put on medication. Maybe both.

It is worth a giggle though, I'll give it that. :P

hilary m. said...

Haha, yeah Alana. It was worth a giggle the first time. My brother seemed to think he had the right to buy the song, turn it up really loud and sing with his friends. It's like numa numa hell.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Okay I've obviously been living under a rock.

But that's the best thing I've seen all week. Once is enough, though.

hilary m. said...

I thought it was hilarious when I saw it.

But then it spawned a trend. Somewhat. Of adolescent boy numa numa dancers. Like my dear brother.

Allison said...

oh, the numa numa dance! YouTube has so many parodies of that one. For the past 3years the guys who live above me feel the need to play it at all hours of the dance, no joke...ah, boy bands

hilary m. said...

Oh, my brother was into those parodies for a bit. That's why he decided to make his own, at 8 in the morning..

Gosh, the numa numa dance has destroyed more than it's inspired.

Allison said...

LOL. Very true. But there still funny to laugh at :)