Friday, April 18, 2014

My Week in Review: Attack of the Pizzas

Attack of the Pizzas


I came home from work yesterday to find my room had been PizzaMobbed.



Let’s get one thing straight right now. I love pizza. I could eat it every day and not get tired of it. When anyone asks “What should we have for lunch?”, people have even given up rolling their eyes at my inevitable “Pizza.” One of my goals is to go on a pizza tour and hit every major pizza metropolis there is –New York, Chicago, Naples, you catch my drift.



So I like pizza.



 

My sister does not. This is something that I still cannot understand. (Everyone likes pizza!) She alone continues to roll her eyes when I so much as mention the ‘p’ word.





“How bored were you today?” I demanded.
"What you should really ask," was the reply, "Is how long have I been planning this?"
It's a good thing she uses her skills for only slightly evil things.

 

Now I’m craving pizza more than usual. Which is just cruel, considering this is the week of Unleavened Bread and I can’t have any. >_<




 



Yet I can’t take the clippings down right away. It’s too freaking hilarious. Even if it is completely evil and diabolical.





This one was definitely my favorite. Everybody knows pizza and Turtles always mix.
 

Vocab Fab

  • Dudgeon: A fit of anger or irritation

Reading News

I finished one book this week:
  • The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: The Hidden Gallery by Maryrose Wood, the second book in a delightful and unique children's series, which I rated 5 stars.
Also, check out my review for Zoe Barton's Always Neverland.


What Are YOU Reading This Week?

My Friday read is The Stone of Valhalla by Mikey Brooks and Mary Poppins, She Wrote by Valerie Lawson is after that.

4 comments:

  1. I'm glad I'm not the only one who likes pizza that much. :)

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    1. Me too. It makes me look a little less obsessed.

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  2. Ahhh pizza! Now that Unleavened Bread is over, we can torment you even more by withholding it just a few days longer. But now we will scent the air with cheese and bread and sauce. Muhahaha

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