Saturday, October 04, 2008

Rubik's Master.

M has taken to fiddling with the Rubik's Cube nearly every time he comes over. And by fiddling, I mean solving it in less than two and a half minutes! Yes, that's what I said: less than two and a half minutes. His record, evidently, is much faster; he says he's out of practice... :)

I'm not sure why I was surprised. Well, truthfully, I wasn't really surprised; it's just that no one has solved a Rubik's Cube in my presence that quickly. Apparently, he's working on solving the 4x4x4 and the 5x5x5 cubes. Yeah, so brainy is attractive. Wouldn't you be going out with him, too?! :)

And yes, to those of you who have asked... M IS the reason I haven't blogged for awhile..., but as AnnMarie told me yesterday, "I'll just keep checking your blog and if you haven't updated, I'll just know you're with M. Plus, it sounds like M is worth it." Yeah, I kinda like him. :)

P.S. The flowers in the last post are STILL alive. :)

4 comments:

Nancy said...

No way are those flowers still alive! But I must say I was happy NOT to see them when I checked your blog. The rubiks cube is a nice change. When is a picture of you and "M" going to appear on your blog??

marina said...

I CAN SOLVE A RUBIKS CUBE TOO! AND I CAN DO IT FAST! I WANT TO RACE M!

M1 VS. M2!!!

XOXO

M said...

I don't know, it seems a little risky. If I win, then everything pretty much stays the same, and if I loose then I'm embarrased in front of my girlfriend. I'm not scared or anything, but I don't understand what my motivation to race is.

marina said...

MOTIVATION #1: If you lose, it will make your girlfriend's little sister very happy - a matter of extreme importance. :)

MOTIVATION #2: In addition, it might give you the opportunity to show your girlfriend what a gracious loser you are. She will very much appreciate this, as she very much enjoys to win.

MOTIVATION #3: If, in fact, you do win, you will have the right to make merciless fun of me. Doing so will help you fit right into our family.