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Monday, August 14th, 2006
3:49 pm
Am I dead...? No. No, I don't think so.

Sorry about the long absence. I've been using xanga and facebook lately, so I completely forgot about this thing. Blah, now I feel awful.

Anyway, I'll try to post something on here every once in a while just to prove I'm not anti-social :)

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Monday, October 31st, 2005
6:04 pm
Why am I such a needy person?

current mood: depressed

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Sunday, October 30th, 2005
1:07 pm
Yesterday was incredibly bizarre.

I went on an incense run with Alicia to Spirit Dreams. While we were inside the store, some teenager outside took the giant inflatable Gumby that was on display near the front entrance. He jumped back into his car, but the Gumby wouldn't fit, so he was forced to hang partially out of the door as his buddy drove like a maniac down the street.

The following conversation took place shortly after:
Me: O__o Did you see that?
Alicia: Err... Yeah.
Me: Why?
Alicia: No idea. It should be interesting to see how he's going to hide that thing though, considering the cops just took off after him.
Me: So this kid's going to get arrested for stealing an inflatable Gumby?
Alicia: That will look great on his college applications.

To top if all off, we got hit on by one of the construction workers holding the stop sign. He liked our "innocent look". It was disturbing.

current mood: curious

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Sunday, October 23rd, 2005
4:26 pm
I love living in the woods in the fall. The scene out our side window is a forest full of golden and orange leaves that, when the sun hits them just right, seem to be burning in one giant, untamed bonfire. It's absolutely gorgeous.

current mood: peaceful

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Saturday, October 22nd, 2005
7:46 pm
Here I am again, stuck home on another Saturday night by myself. Mum's off getting tipsy at a wedding reception, Bill's with Mum, Shirley's up north visiting her son, Alicia's probably at a bar somewhere, the dogs are asleep... then there's me. Sitting on my computer. Doing homework. On a Saturday night. This bloody sucks.

Something in our basement pipes exploded this morning, so I was stuck cleaning up filthy water that made the whole house smell like a fishtank. It was lovely.

*sigh* Today's one of those "downer" days that I can't stand. I don't have them very often, but I guess one needs them every once in a while to put things back into perspective.

This moment brought to you by teenage angst.

current mood: blah

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Saturday, October 15th, 2005
11:49 am
I'm so sick of people. I don't mean to sound childish, I really don't. I hate complaining about things. But this needs to be said.Collapse )

current mood: depressed
Monday, October 10th, 2005
8:59 pm
Mom, how many times do I have to tell you that fermented cabbage is NOT part of the vegetable group. It's just... gross.

current mood: disgusted

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Sunday, October 2nd, 2005
7:25 pm
Mmm, liquid candy... (AKA, I'm drinking Dr. Pepper)

So. Homecoming was a blast. We drew disturbing pictures on the paper tablecloth at the restaurant, watched my date nearly get a meal full of spit via a really cool waiter, and told several jokes about crack. I even got Billy to dance, which was fun. Hillary and I freak danced a bit to that "I like Big Butts" song and probably scared a few people on the dance floor. Overall, it was an excellent night. I have discovered, though, that Northern boys are dicks and should be avoided at all costs.

Yeah, I definitely fell asleep on the floor last night. It was sweet.

Pictures!!!

current mood: tired

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Wednesday, September 28th, 2005
8:52 pm
More pictures. This time from Stratford, Ontario.

current mood: accomplished

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Sunday, September 25th, 2005
8:00 pm
Homecoming Pictures!!Collapse )

current mood: amused

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Monday, September 19th, 2005
5:25 pm
God I hate allergies. I can hardly breathe out of my nose, much less hear out of my busted eardrum. I don't like to wake up feeling as if my eyes are on fire, thanks.

On a happier note...

I finally got a new dress for our homecoming. I'll wear the one I wore last year to Lowell's, considering they haven't seen it yet. God, I sound like such a girl.

Hopefully I'll be able to post pictures afterwards.

PS: Happy birthday Mommie!! You never read this, but I love you all the same :)

current mood: sick

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Saturday, September 10th, 2005
11:08 pm
Warning: Long post.

I just had one of the best nights of my life.

I wanted to go out with Brooke to celebrate her 17th birthday, so we recruited as many people as possible to come downtown top Celebration of the Grand with us. Unfortunately, only Sarah could come, but three turned out to be the perfect number.

The evening started out with dinner at Friday's and a free ice cream dessert for Brooke (the waiting staff didn't sing for her though... darn). We then walked over the the free Eddie Money concert in the park, which was more crowded than any place I have ever been in. We weaved our way through to an open spot, which just happened to be next to this insane drunk person who had just fractured his foot walking out of a bar O_o. A paramedic examined his foot for him after this 40-something blond guy standing next to me got worried about him. The 40-something blond guy then started talking to me, all while drinking more alcohol, and said "as soon as the cops showed up you moved away, eh?" and kept moving closer. Sarah and Brooke found it quite funny that I was being hit on. Then, some dead drunk fellow with only three teeth asks Brooke, the most innocent person in the world, for a light. I laughed so bloody hard; I love being sober in a place where everyone else is smashed.

The concert was absolutely amazing. I had no idea he sang "Take Me Home Tonight", which is one of my favorite songs.

We were standing the whole time, watching people get drunk and make out/dance crazily. We also watched some very adorable military men, but they had to leave after a while. We also had to leave after about ten songs, and we were followed by some more 40-something year olds. Their conversation was very disturbing (on the lines of "they're not even legal yet!"). There were also quite a few people around 20-something and 30-something that kept saying "hi ladies" and checking us out. It sure was a self-esteem booster :)

Now, I smell like beer and smoke. And, for once, I don't mind.

current mood: amused

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Tuesday, September 6th, 2005
8:49 pm
I have been doing homework ever since I came home from school (about 3:00). It is almost 9:00 now and I still have a large chunk to do. How cruel is that?

On a lighter note, I love living in a house with my Mom. Only a towel is necessary to travel from the bathroom to the laundry room to my bedroom. Huzzah.

current mood: stressed

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Friday, August 26th, 2005
9:34 am
Still debating whether I want to go to the football game tonight. Do I want to watch us lose? Hmm...

current mood: restless

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Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005
10:33 pm
Nursery rhymes scare the crap out of me sometimes. I mean, would you let your kids sing these?

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Jack the Ripper's dead and lying on his bed.
He cut his throat with Sunlight soap. Jack the Ripper's dead.
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Ring-a-Ring-of-Roses A pocket full of posies
Atichoo! Atichoo! We all fall down
(mmm, bubonic plague)
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Three blind mice, See how they run. They all ran after the farmer's wife, Who cut off their tails with a carving knife. Did you ever see such a thing in your life, As three blind mice?
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Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells and cockleshells,
And pretty maids all in a row.
(The Mary alluded to is Mary Tudor, or Bloody Mary. Queen Mary was a staunch Catholic, and the garden referred to is an allusion to graveyards which were increasing in size with those who dared to continue to remain with the Protestant faith. The silver bells and cockleshells were colloquialisms for instruments of torture. The maids were a device for beheading people (similar to the guillotine). Sounds like perfect material for a childs song.)
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2:53 pm
I am having one of the best lunches ever. It's a bowl of spaghetti with extra sauce, plus some fresh basil and parsley. The side dishes are a handful of raw green beans and a large bag of those Simply Naked pita chips. Dessert is a white chocolate bar.

If there were a Greek god of food, I would worship it whole heartedly.

current mood: hungry

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Friday, August 19th, 2005
9:37 am
Warning: This is a rant. Ignoring it may be in your best interest.Collapse )

current mood: enraged

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Thursday, August 18th, 2005
5:28 pm
Schedule (late, I know)

1. AP World History, Lardie
2. Precalc, Mills
3. Creative Writing, Schrotenboer
4. AP Lit/Comp, Dr. Sellers
5. Human Anatomy, Rundquist
6. Japanese IV, Kosaka

The end

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Tuesday, August 16th, 2005
7:01 pm
I need to get someone to watch all of the Horatio Hornblower movies with me. Desperately. I get lonely loving them all by myself :)

Dude, I'm listening to Cher right now. That tells you what kind of mood I'm in.

Apparently my birth tree is the apple tree (which is ironic, considering my name means ash tree). Mom sent me this funky website that tells you how many seconds old you are, birth tree and stone, astrological sign, etc.

I love random posts.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!! (AKA: GoodGodIneedtogetoutofthehousewhyisn'tmycarfixedyet)

current mood: indescribable

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Monday, August 15th, 2005
12:02 pm
IN HIS memoirs, Some Day I'll Find You, Fr Harry Williams CR described how, at the end of the Second World War, All Saints', Margaret Street, in London, was packed for a high mass on VJ Day, which coincided with the feast of the Assumption. In a coup de théâtre, the Vicar, the Revd Cyril Tomkinson, went up into the pulpit, and began his sermon slowly and portentously: "Today is . . . Napoleon's birthday."

Happy birthday Napoleon!!!
--Love your faithful servant

current mood: jubilant

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