Thursday, March 09, 2006

Habi-what?

Hosting a Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser this weekend. Lots of planning. Lots of stress. Lots of caffeine too. The resultant brain meltdown manifested itself in an email I wrote to Tony earlier today:

You know what else would be cool? If instead of Habitat for Humanity they had Habitrail for Humanity and they built human sized Hamster houses for people. They could have cool running wheels in funky primary colors and plastic crawling tubes connecting all the different rooms. We wouldn't have to go to the gym anymore cause we'd get workouts running around the house. I'd especially like to see the cool lookout tower room. And they could even have giant water bottles sticking out of the side. Then we could give up Brita water pitchers for giant water bottles and never have to deal with dehydration or running to the fridge for water again. That would be flippin' sweet. I wanna be a hamster.
Or not.

Blame the Dew.

5 comments:

DJ Sybear said...

Or you could just build a cube farm.

lisa :) said...

Dare I ask - what's a cube farm? Sounds like the kind of place they would make meat bread. ;)

Jason said...

Have you ever tried to climb backwards up one of those spiral plastic slides at the playground? Yeah, good luck getting *into* your lookout tower.

Kudos though for making me think of the hamster scene from the Garden State movie. It's like heaven for hamsters.

lisa :) said...

It just so happens that as a child I was the queen of going up the tube slides. I guess it just goes to show I've always been a little wardsback. Major fun except for the static build up. Maybe I could line my human sized hamster house tunnels with dryer sheets...

Anonymous said...

that is an amazing concept, lisa. i want to be the guinea pig for that trial :) i'd like to see the lookout tower too, hehe. who cares about the static when your house is a giant playtoy??
~kt