Wednesday, February 01, 2006

So, yes, I am a copycat...

I'm stealing this idea from AMSTAFF's BLOG (who got it from Tracey who lifted it from Sheila who borrowed it from Mental Multivitamin who found it at Book Moot who took it from Big A Little a who came by it via Geeky Mom who was referred by Dorcasina who discovered it at Badger's site who saw it at Claire's who noticed it at BrightStar's who was alerted by Lucy who stumbled upon it at Lifehacker's who - apparently - was the first one in the chain to find out about SnapShirts and Word Clouds).

So, without further ado, here is my January, 2006, Word Cloud:




(Whew.)

11 comments:

The Runt said...

I don't get it...Word cloud? It looks more like a thick fog of GEEK! HAHAHA! (jk) Lunch? Call me!

Amstaff Mom said...

Wow. Talk about giving credit where credit is due. Geesh!

And I can't help but notice "pops (the) question" right there in the middle. Did I miss a SUMO important post?!?!?! Any bling bling of a ring ring?

He He. Just kidding.

Deals On Wheels said...

Ah! Irrational fear of commitment! Irrational fear of commitment!

:P

P.S. I'm "thorough"...

Amstaff Mom said...

The first step is to admit you have a problem. :)

I working through the same thing with kiddos, so I feel your pain. It's not rational at all, but I'm starting to see that. There's hope for you too!

Besides, my parents are wedding photographers if you ever need a hook-up. Sooner than later, I hope!

Katie said...

uhh yea your big words are "interesting"

blood, charles, cow, disease, door, hippo, mad, pops

Hmmm very interesting and yet fun

Lia said...

very interesting phrases, actually - pops question is good (it does say to think three time(s), though - and it seems that it will happen on museum night, which will be attended by the religious right. Well, I wish [it] works for many years

Deals On Wheels said...

Yeah, I also saw the part about the "Religious Right". Interesting...

My cloud does not seem to be anything like my BLOG (accept the part, I'm told, about the "Random Read"), which is odd since the word cloud came from my BLOG.

Hmmmmmmm...

jes said...

Totally unrelated: when I was in the Philippines, I visited the American Military Cemetary in Manila. I think your grandfather (or great-grandfather?) is buried there! And so I took the picture of his name on the MIA wall, just for good measure. Is it so?

Deals On Wheels said...

Wow! That is really neat! Thank you so much!

Out of curiosity: Is his first name "SAM" or "SAMUAL"?

jes said...

I don't remember. Samuel, I think. Once I upload the photos, I'll send 'em to you. :)

Deals On Wheels said...

Thanks!!