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So I made it here. I'm typing this on one of my roommate's laptops and listening to La Vie Boheme while we get ready to go to the conference. Yesterday was exhausting yet fun -- we walked a ridiculous amount around San Francisco...I think my feet are still sore. The conference doesn't start tonight until 7, but we're going into Berkeley and taking a tour, I guess? I'd just like time to wander on my own.

I'm really distracted now...RENT does that, I guess? It's laughably loud. We're subjecting everyone else on our floor to it, practically. I can't think of specific things to say about the trip so far...actually I can, but I don't want to take the time to talk about them. Remind me to say something about the really shady food, and feeling awkward in a Borders of all places! (We're not staying in Berkeley, because that would make too much sense; instead we're in Emeryville...more on this later.)

I haven't killed anyone yet, though it's been occasionally tempting? Guess that's a good sign.

Til later, over and out.
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So far this weekend I've actually gotten things done. I had an interview with a Princeton alumna on Friday after school. She was pretty young -- maybe early twenties, definitely just graduated -- and I think it went pretty well. She was excited to hear that Jane Eyre was the most life-changing book of this past year for me, because she liked it, too. I liked her for that. I don't think I looked perfect, but I looked acceptable.

Yesterday...I don't even know what I did. Slept, mostly. Filled out scholarship stuff. Went to lunch and the movies with Rick, got home and did more scholarship stuff, then watched two movies with Corinne, one that made me cry and then one that made me laugh because I didn't want to go to bed crying. Today I did more scholarship stuff (this is becoming a trend) and went to church, then to the Spectrum with my family for lunch and a little shopping. I came home and got to work on my paper for Spanish, about Cuban science fiction, and it's already over the word minimum which is a good thing. I have more things to do, but that's the way it always goes. Overall, the long weekend is starting well -- I'm really glad I'm not at MUN.
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I had a restless night full of half-dreams and anticipations. I kept waking up with the feeling that there was something I desperately needed to do but that I had no clue how to approach. The dream arc followed a story wherein I was on vacation but we got flooded in wherever we were and I couldn't make it back home in time for an important MUN conference. I stressed out so much trying to make it in time for that conference, counting the passing minutes and calculating how late I was. At one point Mr. Krucli was there and he was really nice -- he offered to print something for me that I needed printed, I think -- but then he disappeared before I could get the paper he'd printed from him. Then I finally showed up at the conference and found out that my codelegate had decided not to go. But with all of this, I wouldn't allow myself to just give up.

The odd thing was that this dream seemed to continue even when I woke up and fell back to sleep (which I did a lot of times). And when I was lingering on the edge of sleep, just about to wake up, I had this strong fear of statistics class, which I don't even take.

This is the second dream in recent memory that's involved a flood, though the first flood dream was more Biblical in nature and also potentially involved Mount Sinai.

When I woke up finally to my alarm ringing (or rather, when my alarm told me it was all right to get out of bed and just stop trying -- I wasn't actually asleep for most of the night), I felt hollow. Like my gut was profoundly empty. Not the empty feeling of hunger, but of emptiness -- I can't really explain it better than that. It went away -- most of the hard parts of last night went away eventually -- but I know I'll be falling asleep in school today.

As usual, my life is juxtaposed oddities: I'm really happy because I did some more research and discovered that I can viably write my Spanish internal assessment on Cuban science fiction. That makes me feel better about myself. And I'm going out tonight with friends -- that certainly makes me feel better about myself. So I guess I'm not too bad -- I guess, as usual, I'll be okay.
readingredhead: (Stranger)
I'm really not in the mood to do things.

Part of me things this is okay. I did things earlier today -- I basically finished my senior thesis; I got started on the IB Chem lab. I even did terms for MUN because we apparently have a test on Wednesday. I have a math quiz tomorrow which shouldn't be too bad, even though I haven't studied. I haven't done the English homework for Krucli yet.

Information permitting, I'm going to do my internal assessment for Spanish on Cuban science fiction. It's really crazy, actually; I just found some information on it that's very wow. And it's something I'd actually be interested in working with, almost.

However, I did manage to forget what hydrogen peroxide decomposed into. For some reason I thought it was oxygen and hydrogen, instead of oxygen and water. Heh. Wow. Not having the best of days!

My problem is that I go through periods of intense motivation followed by periods of intense malaise. I'm in one of those right now -- all I want to do is go to sleep. I can't, because there are still so many things for me to do. Well, not really "so many," but enough to keep me up.

I hate it that I have less work than I used to but I feel just as busy and even more annoyed, because when I actually had work it was enough to provide me with the motivation to do it. Now I have to find my own motivation for unexciting things, like the history paper and a chem presentation on school safety (I'm still working out how to do that one).

My life never moves at the speed I want it too. It's either too fast, so that I lose my breath trying to keep caught up, or too slow, so that I get bored and apathetic. I don't know which is worse.

I've got a piece of paper on my whiteboard that's been there since some time junior year. It's got a quote one it: "Better to burn out than to fade away." I say this...but some days I don't know. I'd like to go out with a bang...but sometimes it seems like the best anyone can do is a whimper.
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I've been doing a lot of procrastinating lately. For instance, it's 5:15 right now and I haven't touched my homework, despite the fact that I've got a few things to do -- Spanish, Calculus -- and an MUN conference to prepare for.

The thing is, I can't get myself worked up over doing work. It's a bad thing, because it's not going to get any better as the school year progresses, but I'm just in a bit of a slump right now. I hope it's just because I'm sick, and that it's not going to become a habit, but I've got my worries.

I'm not going to stop doing things -- I don't think that would be possible. I'm not going to stop doing my work and getting it done. But I'm also going to not be completely productive for a while, I fear.

I've been struck lately with an odd desire to write fanfiction. No particular fandom, no actual plot -- just the drive to have lots of people I don't know in the real world review my story and reaffirm how important I am. The instant gratification of reviews is why I stopped writing fanfiction in the first place, and I'm not about to return to it, but this is the first time in a long time that I've wanted to.

Slightly random though this is, I'm kind of annoyed with having to switch groups in humanities. I really liked the old Group A -- we had some decent people, and we all worked really well together. I understand the groups needed to be split up a bit, but I don't see why it was done so drastically. Is there supposed to be something wrong with letting us hang out with the people we like? Reminds me of Anthem: Transgression of Preference?

Lots of things have been reminding me of books lately. For instance, Beauty and the Beast somehow has been connected in my mind to Jane Eyre and Pride and Prejudice? And werewolves? This is what happens when you decide to do a new take on an old story -- time pollution kicks in and all of the thoughs and theories that weren't around when the story was first told clamor to be included in the new version.

I've got an MUN conference this weekend -- well, Friday and Saturday. On the one hand, I don't want to go, but on the other I'll be glad to attend. It's Huntington Beach MUN, which isn't overly challenging.

I'm also considering whether I want to take part in tomorrow's Humanities talent show. If anything, I'd just recite a poem -- one of Shakespeare's sonnets, probably? I've become rather partial to "Let me not to the marriage of true minds," because I love the sentiments expressed. Oh Will, why so good? You make the rest of us look like tongueless fools.

Maybe I've spent enough time procrastinating now. Maybe I'll go do something worthwhile now. Or maybe I'll go memorize a sonnet. Either way, I'll go do something.


Jan. 31st, 2007 01:59 pm
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So...still sick, and really really really not wanting to do anything. Still have to finish position papers for Berkeley...should probably do that right now, though I really don't want to. And should probably get working on the homework I missed out on in school today -- I know there's another section of math for sure.

Oh, and then there are a bajillion scholarships with deadlines in the next fifteen days, so I need to get working on those, too. Oh boy.

Mostly I need to CONCENTRATE so that I can get things done.
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Really really really not wanting to do homework right now!!! Especially because "homework" means writing a position paper for Berkeley MUN on sex trafficking. Yay?

Winter Formal was fun. Um...yeah. My feet died because I actually danced because they had a jazz band that played real music.

I'm tired and I have a runny nose. I've also been sneezing a lot.

On the bright side: I have a leather journal that I'm going to write in at some point, and I'm seeing Katherine later today. Now if I could only get done with the Berkeley papers and get on to the fun stuff!

Oh, and Dresden Files = awesomeness. And Katherine Fosso = awesomeness for talking to me about them for almost an hour. No ravens in this episode, but Bob was cool!
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Haven't started finishing the chem homework yet -- but I've only got about 80% of it left, so I should be okay? Soon as I got home from school I started working on position papers for HBHSMUN. Got those out of the way. I actually really liked them -- it was interesting to write about different topics for once, and ones with more modern significance and importance: Torture/Treatment of Prisoners and the Trial of Human Rights Violators. Both got related to Iraq, making them seem contemporary, but really the problems are as old as man.

But to make a long story short...still have to do the Chem. I felt like I understood it today in class, but there's this niggling fear in the back of my mind that I really don't, and that when I sit down in a minute or so to do homework, it'll rear its ugly head at me and laugh. So...fingers crossed? Because if I don't get to it now, I never will.
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Really don't like homework.

What I have left to do:

--finish homework
--study for test (flashcards)
English/Senior Thesis
--read The Stars Are Ours
--read Brave New World
--read Foundation
--write first eight pages of thesis
--start Hamlet (?)
--start "ten questions" essay
--organize freshmen into jobs
--write HBHS position paper
--write UCSD position paper
--get together short story collection for publication

I hate it that this list never gets any shorter. I'm heading off to Calculus and Chem today -- hopefully to get those done, so that I have a real weekend?

Went to Disneyland yesterday in the morning because I could, then went to lunch with Rick and his family, then Rick came home with me and we watched TV and ate dinner and watched more TV. Altogether did nothing -- and it felt good, but now I'm wishing I'd had a more productive week.
readingredhead: (Earth)
1. What did you do in 2006 that you'd never done before?
Took IB tests, lived away from my parents for a prolonged period of time, almost got published (this should really read "got my first rejection"), applied to college

2. Did you keep your New Year's resolutions and will you make more for next year?
I never seem to keep them, but I keep making them. The two I remember from last year are to stop biting my nails and to memorize "Ode," a poem by Arthur O'Shaughnessy. Still a nail-biter, but I did memorize "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock," which is longer and (in the scheme of things) more important than "Ode," anyway.

3. Did anyone close to you give birth?

4. Did anyone close to you die?

5. What countries did you visit?
this is one of the rare years where the answer to this question is "none"

6. What would you like to have in 2007 that you lacked in 2006?
time to be an artist

7. What dates from 2006 will remain etched on your memory, and why?
July 15 -- when I got my first real rejection letter
November 28 -- the first Humanities field trip, and my first real brush with a different kind of world and a new sort of freedom
June 25-July 14 -- EPGY Summer Institutes Creative Writing; "The Terra Era"
December 21 -- when I hugged Mr. Vargish and Mr. Fukuda, and gave scarves to Mr. Koger and Mr. Krucli
November 7 -- the first election year I've spent politically active

8. What was your biggest achievement of the year?
surviving junior year

9. What was your biggest failure?
a stubborn determination not to acknolwedge the reality of certain situations

10. Did you suffer illness or injury?
the usual allergy related stuff, but nothing serious and definitely nothing that required hospitalization

11. What was the best thing you bought?
my new laptop

12. Whose behaviour merited celebration?
I don't know...

13. Whose behaviour made you appalled and depressed?
It's a rather long list, and it makes me appalled and depressed, so I'm not going to go into it.

14. Where did most of your money go?
books, Stanford, MUN

15. What did you get really, really, really excited about?
Humanities, especially the English portion; writing my senior thesis; Stanford and EPGY; being done with junior year

16. What song will always remind you of 2006?
I'm not much of a music-oriented person, to be honest; I'm not likely to remember this year in terms of a song. But off the top of my head, I think of "Vienna," "King of the World," "The Minstrel's Prayer," and "Running Alone" (it should say something that I think only one of those actually came out during 2006).

17. Compared to this time last year, are you:
happier or sadder? happier
thinner or fatter? I don't know, probably about the same
richer or poorer? richer

18. What do you wish you'd done more of?
writing, thinking, loving, living

19. What do you wish you'd done less of?
worrying, crying, sighing, wishing without acting, hating

20. How will you be spending Christmas?
with friends and family, as always

21. Did you fall in love in 2006?
Was already there, but it deepened.

22. How many one-night stands?

23. What was your favourite TV program?
Prison Break, Project Runway, West Wing, X-Files

24. Are you angry at anyone now that you weren't angry at this time last year?

25. What were the best books you read?
Regeneration by Julie E. Czerneda
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
Life of Pi by Yann Martel
Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher
The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen
Howl by Alan Ginsberg

26. What was your greatest musical discovery?
As I said above, I'm not music-oriented. But I did "discover" that I'm pretty open-minded when it comes to music, and that I can take recommendations from almost anyone.

27. What did you want and get?
good scores on my APs and IBs, recognition from my peers, support in my writing endeavors

28. What did you want and not get?

29. What was your favourite film of this year?
The Prestige or Happy Feet

30. What did you do on your birthday and how old were you?
I turned 17 and spent the day taking an IB Psych test.

31. What one thing would have made your year immeasurably more satisfying?
getting published by Julie

32. How would you describe your personal fashion concept in 2006?
nonexistent, unless "dress how you feel" is a fashion concept

33. What kept you sane?
literature (as it always has), good friends, good teachers, hugs, peppermint, caramel, pretzels, warm milk

34. Which celebrity/public figure did you fancy the most?
Norbert Leo Butz

35. What political issue stirred you the most?
All of them; I count 2006 as my first year as a politically active citizen, and I wasted no time forming opinions about everything.

36. Who did you miss?
Katherine Simpson, Katherine Fosso, Luke, Paula, Steph J

37. Who was the best new person you met?
Katherine, Luke, Paula -- EPGY FOREVER!

38. Tell us a valuable life lesson you learnt in 2006?
Do not let the actions, reactions, decisions, or judgments of others shape who you are: be truly yourself, and great things will fall into place for you.

39. Quote a song lyric that sums up your year.

Though you can see when you're wrong, you know
You can't always see when you're right. You're right.
You've got your passion, you've got your pride
but don't you know that only fools are satisfied?
Dream on, but don't imagine they'll all come true.


Nov. 12th, 2006 07:05 pm
readingredhead: (Rain)
Yes, I'm back from UCLA, with the motivation to do absolutely nothing! Yep, I'm so not doing homework.

The conference was sadly pretty crappy this year. I think that Rick and I performed better than I thought we would, the committee was decent, and I had a few personal best moments...

...but by the morning of the first day, Rick had caught the stomach flu, which involved vomiting in the morning and acting generally out of character during the rest of the day. His mom drove him home early today...which was maybe a good thing, because he wasn't there to see us get beaten out by a really terrible set of delegates for the committee gavel. Second place has never felt so sucky and worthless.

The best part of the weekend was finding a Jane Austen action figure in the UCLA student store and buying it for Corinne.

I am also behind with the novel, and have no motivation to fix that problem. I'm going to go watch Love Actually with my sister and randomly doodle in my sketchbook and call Rick to see if he's feeling any better.

I wish it would rain so hard that I didn't have to go to school.
readingredhead: (Stranger)
Well, I managed to get two of the three resolutions for Tustin done. I actually found this awesome old resolution from a different conference 2 years ago on one of the same topics, and I ended up just using it as my resolution -- I'd totally forgotten I had it! And here I thought I'd have to go and do real research. I still have to spend some time on the third resolution, but thankfully it'll be less time than I thought.

Luke mentioned something a while ago about me always writing "sad lists" instead of happy ones. Well, Luke, hope these balance out all right for you.

Things I Have to Do:
--finish the last resolution for Tustin
--read Unit 2 of American Government by ?
--read Chemistry book Ch. 8 & 9
--do Chemistry lab
--make Chemistry flashcards on Ch. 8
--print out Ch. 8 homework answers (still Chem)
--do crumpled paper sketch for art
--perfect Spanish essay
--read more Faust
--perfect "emotion vs. reason" essay
--annotate 2 more articles for the election
--print out election notes
--write final essay for Princeton
--write final essay for UCs

Things I Want to Do:
--plan out more aliens for Kes to run into
--spiff up the cover picture I drew to the point where I actually feel it looks decent
--go to the library
--check out Beauty by Robin McKinley
--read the new John Moore book
--finish reading that one book about Maid Marian
--eat In 'N' Out
--teach Corinne how to use Dad's old Pocket PC
--browse around on the forums
--write my Christmas list
--put the finishing touches on my costume
--try on my new dress
--listen to Switchfoot's first album
--run in the rain (if the weather obliges)

See, Luke -- they're even.

Now I'm off to alternate between the lists until they're both done.
readingredhead: (Stranger)
They're starting. Im my stomach, I feel the queasy, not-quite-comfortable murmurs that November begins soon. They weren't there yesterday. Yesterday, I was prepared, ready to take on anything. But today? Well, today's a different story.

For one, I am beginning to realize today how much I have to do this month. Sure, I had more last year, but last year I also had greater motivation. This year I have just enough classes that I need to work hard, but not enough hard classes that the classes themselves provide sufficient motivation. It's gotta come from within, and I feel like I've forgotten how to do that.

Also, I just realized that I have resolutions due by Friday for one of the two MUN conferences I'll be attending during the upcoming month. I obviously won't have time to write them once the month starts, so I'd like to get them done today. However, they are one of many things that I should probably complete today (if I want them to get done at all), and I don't want to write them because only one covers a topic I have discussed before. The other two will require something like actual research -- ew...

And I guess I'm nervous. Last year on the edge of November, I didn't know what I was getting into. This year, I most certainly do, and it's starting to scare me. I keep telling myself that it shouldn't, but it still does.

It's not that I don't want to do NaNoWriMo -- I've been looking forward to it for months! It's just that I'm a little afraid of how it will go for me this year, and there will be no assurances until the month is over.


Oct. 23rd, 2006 06:26 pm
readingredhead: (Mother)
So I haven't updated in a while.

Well, life is pretty much life, whether or not it's being written about.

I was at an MUN conference this weekend. I got another gavel, but somehow it's not as satisfying to say that as it used to be. I used to be excited by winning, now I'm just relieved that I'm not losing. I do enjoy parts of it, and I think I'm slightly defined by my role in MUN...but I've pretty much decided not to pursue it in college. This is going to be my last year.

We're working on the mock election for Humanities, which is pretty cool.

And now I have to go eat dinner. More later if homework allows.
readingredhead: (Different)
--Humanities skit
--memorize polyatomic ions for AP Chem
--study for AP Chem test
--complete Stanford application
--write Stanford essays
--copy transcript (x3)
--give counselor forms to guidance office (Stanford, Harvard, Princeton)
--ask Dad if midyear school report forms are given to guidance now or later
--write Princeton essays
--write Harvard essays (aka copy & paste appropriate Stanford & Princeton essays)
--apply for scholarships
--apply for financial aid
--ask Dad how to apply for financial aid
--sign up for driver's training

Well, the list is a lot shorter now that I've finished my topic synopsis--at least, it seems a lot shorter, and that's a good thing. I've been working on the synopsis for the majority of the morning, since 9:30 maybe, which means that it took me all of three hours to do. I like the topic of peacekeeping reform--it's only really been an issue for the last ten years, so I didn't have to do insane historical research like you usually have to do for topics like that.

Now I can spend the rest of today working on chemistry, Stanford essays, and getting together Steph B.'s birthday present. Really, that doesn't sound too bad.


Sep. 13th, 2006 07:29 pm
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I sat down 45 minutes ago to do my Spanish homework. As you can possibly tell, it's not gotten done. Ah, the problems of having a laptop that I can quickly turn on & off, as opposed to my PC's slower boot-up time.

So to make this entry useful, an extensive to-do list.

--Spanish homework (historia questions)
--sketchbook pages for Art
--Chem hw
--Humanities skit
--study for AP Calc
--memorize polyatomic ions for AP Chem
--write topic synopsis for MUN
--fill out & return computer rebate forms
--complete Stanford application
--write Stanford essays
--copy transcript (x3)
--mail Matt letter of rec forms (Stanford)
--give Mrs. McClure & Mr. Moore letter of rec forms (Stanford, Harvard, Princeton)
--give counselor forms to guidance office (Stanford, Harvard, Princeton)
--ask Dad if midyear school report forms are given to guidance now or later
--write Princeton essays
--write Harvard essays (aka copy & paste appropriate Stanford & Princeton essays)
--apply for scholarships
--apply for financial aid
--ask Dad how to apply for financial aid
--sign up for driver's training

The list scares me. I'm done now.
readingredhead: (Talk)
I was going to do something, but then I forgot what. Oh well, I hope it wasn't a particularly important sort of something. Probably not, if I've forgotten it this easily.

The MUN drama is over, thanks to some good advice and some good friends.

I still haven't started on the Spanish packet, but Rick's coming over later today and we're going to work on it together, so hopefully we'll make a dint in it. (I still don't know quite where mine is, I think it might be in my yearbook.)

I've got a mock trial meeting later today, but that shouldn't be too bad. Now, I think I'm just gonna sit back and read.
readingredhead: (Milo)
So I've done this before--the update in a minute thing--and I actually sort of like it becaue it forces me to get stuff out quickly.

I went to Disneyland yesterday and my sister's friend had Aladdin sign her pants, which was pretty cool. I had a good time.

MUN is not FUN at the moment, but it's getting to be resolved and I had a nice long talk with Tony that made me feel really good.

School starts in less than a week and I'm having nightmares about it but they're not too bad.
readingredhead: (Stranger)
Grrrrrr...summer is slowly winding down. Before I forget, a list of things I have to do before school starts:

--Spanish Homework
--driver's training/learning how to drive
--work more on Stanford application
--fill out more scholarship forms
--get MUN issues ironed out

Yeah...all of that is really bugging me, because I don't want to do anything and yet it's all slowly catching up with me. I really need to do that Spanish homework. Has anyone started yet? *hopes she's not the only one behind*

But, in better news, my new laptop arrived today! In fact, I'm typing this on it, while sitting on my couch. I'd always been planning on getting a laptop before I went off to college, and it just seemed like one would be useful this I used some of my "college money" (not really, it's complicated) and bought one. It's an HP dv1000t, if that means anything to anyone. Smaller, lightweight, with a couple cool add-ons like a built-in webcam and a DVD burner. Muahahaha.

So, what have I been doing with my summer? Well, I'm not completely sure. Hanging out with Rick a lot, which has been wonderful. Yesterday I tie-dyed shirts, and I think they turned out rather well -- at least, mine did. (Luke, I'll post a picture later if I find time.) Corinne doesn't like hers as much, but I think they're okay.

I've been helping out at my church nursery every Sunday for community service hours. Been doing that for the past three weeks, and it's kinda nice.

Um...not much to say. There's some MUN drama going on (when isn't there?) but I'm working toward a solution. I hope that it all ends well...

I think I'm a little stressed in the "the end of summer is near" sort of way. I'm just really out of it, I feel kinda I the only one?

I dunno. I'm gonna stop with the rambling and go do something productive for a change.
readingredhead: (Different)
So I haven't updated in a while, mostly because since econ's gotten out, I haven't been doing too much. Now, that's not a bad thing -- but I also haven't been doing some of the things that I wanted to get done. However, I did read Lord of the Flies and I just started Life of Pi this morning.

I can probably cover most of the happenings in my future by simply reading them off of the whiteboard that I keep on my bedroom door. there's al ist in the middle in red, of things I really need to focus on, which reads: college apps, laptop, driver's ed, scholarships.

The Stanford app is now online, so I want to start at least looking it over...since I'm applying early action there, it's gotta be in by November 1st. Also, I'm planning on buying a laptop, but I haven't really sat down to get it done yet. I just finished my online driver's ed course after almost a year of having been signed up, but now I have to wait for the certificate to come so that I can work on getting my permit. And as for scholarships, I got an account on Fastweb and realized how many there are out there, and how many I could potentially get. So I figure the sooner I start applying, the better. Even if it's just me scribbling out an essay in my free time, I write well enough that I've got a shot at most of the essay contests.

Also on the board, scrawled excitedly in blue, is the single word WICKED, underlined several times. It's in Orange County now, at OCPAT, but I hadn't managed to get tickets when they went on sale so I wasn't planning on going. However, it turns out that Rick's grandmother gets season tickets to OCPAT, and she didn't have anyone to drive her to see Wicked since Rick's parents are going out of town this weekend, so she gave us the tickets!!! We're seeing the matinee on Saturday; I'm really excited.

Also, MUN summer sessions have been going on for two weeks now; today's the third session. Tony's teaching, so it should be fun.

I went to Disneyland yesterday with Rick, which was good fun. Hurrah for season passes.

All of this has been interspersed with knitting and watching X-Files. After lunch, it might also involve some reading of fanfiction, purely for entertainment. Hope you all are having good summers.

And lastly, before I leave...

LiveJournal Username
Spaceship Name
Spaceship Size
How is the spaceship piloted?
How is the spaceship powered?
What's the upholstery like on the seats?
How do you see outside the spaceship?
What's the spaceship's primary purpose?
What's the Captain's catchphrase?
Main Weapon System:Boson Sphere Array
Main Defensive System:Rock Music
Chance of catastrophic failure at critical moments
Voice of the ship's computer:thellamasbanana
Finds mandatory uniform unflattering:one123581321
Looks sexy in mandatory uniform:cucumber_eyes89
Ripped sleeves off mandatory uniform:downerkid
Spends an unhealthy amount of time in the weapons locker:broken_daylight
This Fun Quiz created by Akhmed at BlogQuiz.Net
Cancer Horoscope at DailyHoroscopes.Biz

Damn, looks like I'm gonna blow up. Ah, well, can't have everything.


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