…between you and me.

As I sat here pondering to myself in my own little world, I came to the realization that if I were as perfect as a porcelain doll, I wouldn’t need anyone but myself.  And, I would live in a cottage and make tea and do things like walk through the woods.

and this is what you think is weird, and this is the difference between you and me.


-au revoir


I’ve had no real direction for this blog as of yet and it has been driving me out of my brain.  Then, it occurred to me that I do in fact have a camera and that I can, in fact, use it.  I have decided to take a year of my time to document life as a mombie with one photo a day.  In typical zombiegrrl fashion, I will not have any organization to this except for the fact that there will always be one photo a day.  Will I rant at times as well? Yes.  Will I still post witty one liners in place of actual blog entries? Of course.  For the next year, enjoy a glimpse into my world.

Day One: Bugs in the Shower.

Slowly taking over the cleanest place in the house…

After stumbling into a craft store the other day in an attempt to find something to feed my activity starved zombler, I came across these little gems.  For exactly $1, you too can own little plastic coated pills that expand into insects once inserted into bath water (or any water, for that matter…).  I like the dragonfly.  I always like the dragonfly. Doesn’t matter what it is, if you slap a dragonfly on it, I’ll enjoy it.  Except for the overly girly ones. I like the anatomically correct and traditionally ‘not pretty’ ones.  Anyways, there you go.  First picture for a year in the un-life of a semiconscious mombie of a zombler.  Kisses.



Great Things Planned…

…for this blog. Stay Tuned.

…so I guess that means I should appreciate mine a little more and shampoo it today.  Rawrrgrggrgrrranuuueeerrrrbrainnnssss.


…its whats for dinner.

Just finished a teen fiction novel titled, ‘I Kissed a Zombie and I Liked It.” by a certain Mr. Adam Selzer.  I’m taking a short break between summer and fall semester and wanted some light zombie reading.  It’s definitely geared towards tweens, but it was enjoyable.  Took me about and hour and a half to read the whole thing.  Sometimes a little light teen fiction is a nice break from the slew of college text that is thrown at me in the everyday scholastic world.  You all must know that I stayed up the other night ordering books on amazon.com.  I’d say 1/4 of them were college text for the fall…and the rest were books I discovered after typing in the keyword ‘zombie’.  🙂  Of course.

Anyways, long story short.  Girl lives in world with supernatural creatures such as vampires, werewolves, and (you guessed it) zombies.  Girl cold-hearted.  Girl meets boy.  Girl likes boy.  Boy is undead.  Boy is literally cold-hearted.  Cold-hearted boy melts cold-hearted girl’s heart.  Girl and boy experience tumultuous situations  while trying to figure out how young zombie love can survive in such a tough world. 

How does it end? Go read it yourself. 🙂

Off to eat brains  dinner,



…is a killer. One that doesn’t reanimate you back to life.  Such a shame, the ways some girls act.


…in ghoulish.  Small tour of some of the paraphernalia in my room-io.  Amidst the bottles of nail polish and large amounts of clothing draped over my furniture, you find my true love…