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17 August 2006 @ 02:13 pm
Yeeah, so college is awsome.


I would write more, but I'm a bit too fucking busy at the moment. Word.
 
 
Current Mood: ecstaticecstatic
 
 
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13 August 2006 @ 11:37 am
So friends, this is it. Tomorrow is my first day of COLLEGE.

I really don't know what to say, there is such an amalgam of emotions swirling around, and I can't describe it.

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!
 
 
car, men, etc.
30 July 2006 @ 11:07 am
Anybody seen A Scanner Darkly?
 
 
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07 July 2006 @ 10:22 am
So all that media center experience paid off: I got a job in the Guilford library:) I got back from the interview this morning, and I'll start hopefully the first week of school. IN ADDITION, I also will be an assistant to the woman who runs the art gallery there. I don't know yet if it will be a job/internship/volunteering, but I'll get to help set up exhibits and the like starting the first week of August. So, I guess I'm going to be a bit busy, hopefully not too much so. COLLEGE!!!
 
 
Current Mood: chipperchipper
 
 
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06 July 2006 @ 08:28 pm
So, funny story:

There I was, sitting pretty in the den and watching WIMBLEDON!!!! (I am a tennis addict), when I hear a funny noise coming from out the back door. So, I go check it out, cautiously. And here's what I spied:

We have an inflatable pool (approx. 3 feet deep and 8 feet across) in a corner of the backyard, and in it, frantically trying to get out was A FUCKING GROUNDHOG. (He was about the size of my cat, the fat one) Oh yes. And groundhogs cannot swim. So, even though the little fella has been a real pain in the ass recently by eating our sunflowers, I rescued him by scooping his bottom half into a large bucket and pushing him out of the pool. He ran so very fast away, and didn't even stop to thank me for saving his life. At first, I was completely adrenaline-pumped from panic (I didn't want him drowning in our pool or continuing to try to get out and poking a hole in it), but then later, when I had a chance to reflect on the event, I felt a sort of comraderie towards my little rodent friend; you know, since I'm his hero and all.
 
 
Current Music: Sunset Rubdown
 
 
 
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19 June 2006 @ 08:23 am
Okay, I had a very strange dream that included some of my fellow livejournalists, so I thought I would share it:

First off, I suppose I should set the scene: There's a huge HUGE party out in the "country," and it seems the country is a mix of NC vegetation and Tatitian tropicalia and extremely large and extremely colorful and beautiful flowers. So, as I remember it, I was just walking around talking to various people.....

RILEY- I asked how Riley was and she told me she had just given birth to a stillborn son named Henry a weekish ago. I won't mention the father's name, but it would probably be your first guess. Riley and I walk down this path that is lined in beautiful tropic flowers and find a large outdoor theater at the bottom of the path where a Polynesian man is playing the drums to a huge crowd of people. We decide to walk back up the path, but notice that all the trees but the ones lining the path are studded with huge spikes, so we have to be very careful going back. Then, at the top, Riley asks me to ask Tina how her cancer is (???????????) so she can give Tina some advice about coping with it.

MARY- Of course, I couldn't have a dream without a little drug use in it, could I?? (For some reason I almost always have dreams with drugs in them even though I have never done drugs in real life ever.) So anyway, Mary and I take these tabs of LSD from some old hippy guy whose a friend of Mary's. Some time passes, and then Mary and I start a revolution, while still on acid, which consists of us using microscopes as guns for shooting buttons at all the men at the party. Apparently, we win, but then reconcile with all the men. Yet, later on I recieve a letter saying that I've recieved a miliatry medal because I killed 4 or 5 people during the revolution.

So there you have it.
 
 
Current Music: Public Image Ltd.
 
 
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05 June 2006 @ 02:51 pm
yeah yeah so we graduated.

It doesn't seem like it really happened. However, the fact that I didn't get to bed until 6:15 this morning, and didn't awake until 2 IN THE AFTERNOON!!! does. I have never upset my normal schedule so much as to wake up at a such an ungodly time.

This, my friends, is more freaky and altering than graduation, which may not be a good thing, but at least it will be memorable.
 
 
Current Music: Holy Shit
 
 
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26 May 2006 @ 07:04 pm


Word. The best part is that no one is sad yet because graduation isn't for another week.
 
 
Current Mood: giddygiddy
Current Music: Danielson
 
 
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06 May 2006 @ 04:56 pm
So, I've decided to become an oatmeal cookie connoisseur. The oatmeal raisin cookie is pretty much the only dessert-type thing I eat, so I think I should be an expert at differentiating its varying deliciousnesses. So far, here's my data on different oatmeal cookies around town, on a scale from 1(bad) to 5(superb):

Barnes and Noble----$1.95------3
Starbucks-----------$1.25------4
Panera--------------$1.49------2

I really can't deny it. Starbucks dominates, and I am a superdork.
 
 
Current Music: Wire-Chairs Missing
 
 
car, men, etc.
05 May 2006 @ 08:21 pm
Okay........dumping out my newest pictures here....

Today was the reception for the opening of the IB art exbibit. This picture really has nothing to do with that.


Here's another from croquet day.