Friday, March 4, 2011

paper television

morning! happy friday. when getting ready for work this morning, i stopped my roommate in the hall "which earrings should i wear?" and had him tell me which pair of hoops i should wear - i had one in each ear. he told me the one that i agreed with - it looked better with my outfit, but i wear it more often, so i kinda wanted to wear the other pair. but i agreed with him. i also asked him, when he was going downstairs, to bring up my indian leftovers from last night. "is there anything else i can do for you, your highness?" he said sarcastically. i laughed. "just bring it up!" so we left for the bus, and i was happy that i remembered my indian leftovers so i could have it for breakfast at work. we get to the bus and just as its pulling up, he says "oh, so you went with the other earrings?" i gasped and put my hands to my ears. i was STILL wearing two different earrings! silly me. i was going to leave them in, but took them out at the last minute. now my outfit is ruined. RUINED! actually, maybe i'll pop out to check the store across the street and see if they have any... yeah. good call.

anyway, its friday and thats great. i forgot to write yesterday. oops. busy weekend coming up. lots to do - i'll get into it later. for now, two good newses: 1) homie got a new job! woo hoo! and 2) player was named to the all-conference team. woo hoo! here is the article:

U-MARY HOOPS: Moody, Erdmann honored by NSIC
By Tribune Sports Staff Posted: Thursday, March 3, 2011 5:36 pm

U-Mary's Anthony Moody was named the player of the year in the NSIC.
University of Mary's Anthony Moody was named player of the year in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference on Thursday.
The 6-foot senior point guard led the Marauders to second place in the conference in the regular season and into the tournament semifinals Saturday.
U-Mary's Eric Erdmann was put on the first-team with Moody.
The 14th-ranked Marauders have won 16 straight games.
A two-time player of the week and the second leading scorer in the NSIC with 21.9 points per game, Moody ranks fifth in league games in steals (1.55), sixth in assists (4.0) and seventh in defensive rebounding (4.91).
He also directs an offense that is committing the fewest turnovers in the nation for the second straight year.
In just two seasons, the Lake Region State transfer broke the 1,000 point barrier and is 13th on the all-time U-Mary scoring list (1,092).
He has eclipsed the 20 point barrier 14 times this season and hit for 30 or more four times, including a season-high 42 at St. Cloud State.
The Appleton, Wis., native was a first team pick and newcomer of the year in 2010 and earned two all-region second team honors.
Erdmann is averaging 15.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.1 assists for the Marauders. The 6-5 senior forward from Fargo is fourth on U-Mary's all-time scoring list with 1,596 career points.
First team
U-Mary: Anthony Moody, 6-0, sr., G; Eric Erdmann, 6-5, sr., F. Augustana: Cameron McCaffrey, 6-1, so., G; Cody Schilling, 6-5, jr., G. Concordia-St. Paul: Peter Olafeso, 6-2, jr., G. MSU-Mankato: Marcus Hill, 5-9, sr., G; Jefferson Mason, 6-6, sr., F. NOrthern State: Collin Pryor, 6-6, so., F. St. Cloud State: Taylor Witt, 6-2, sr., G.
Second team
Bemidji State: James Ellisor, 6-5, jr., F. CSP: Brent Barz, 6-10, jr., C. Minnesota-Duluth: Ryan Rasmussen, 6-2, jr., G. Mankato: Cameron Hodges, 6-5, sr., G. MSU-Moorhead: Alex Novak: 6-8, so., F. Southwest Minnesota State: Scott Roehl, 6-7, sr., F. SCSU: Andrew Bernstetter, 6-6, sr., F. Wayne State: Amry Shelby, 5-11, so., G. WSU: Anthony Tucker, 6-3, jr., G; Clayton Vette, 6-7, so., F.
Player of year: Moody.
Defensive player of year: Hodges.
Freshman of year: Brett Ervin, 6-7, F, UMD.
Newcomer of year: Olafeso.
Coach of year: Matt Margenthaler, Mankato.

what are you up to this weekend?


  1. yay for both of you! and for danielle too, but haven't figgered out why yet, but I'll come up with something. Probably for just being a great daughter and sister.