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23 July 2007 @ 11:48 pm
So I'm wondering, will anything as amazing as Harry Potter ever happen again? It may not be perfect stylistically or thematically or anything, but I love it, and those characters are like my friends that I've known for years and have watched growing up (and grown up with them). Ooohhhhh, I am sad.

Loved the book, though.

And this little ditty completely reformed my thoughts on the epilogue. If that is how JK wanted the epilogue read, she is a brilliant woman. If not, it gives an interesting take on it, at least.

Anyone want to have a Post-Deathly Hallows Moping Party, and discuss what they thought about it?
Current Location: house
Current Mood: mopey
Current Music: sad violin music radiating from my soul
23 May 2007 @ 02:06 am
Haha. Irony. I was looking through some of my old entries (at 2 in the morning, because I am a sad person) and found this little gem:


Which is terribly ironic because the math class I'm taking this summer at Northeast? It's precal. Because I didn't test out of it. And I have to take it before I take my calculus track.

Hey 16-year-old me: You have no idea what you are talking about. Saying things like this will clearly come back and bite you in the butt. Shut your mouth, stupidface.

Whoa, that was almost 3 years ago.
23 May 2007 @ 01:22 am
You know, last year after graduation, I felt like being congratulated was a bit silly. I mean, really, graduating from high school...not that hard. Actually, really really easy. So pretty much any time I told someone "Congrats!" last night, I think it might have been really sarcastic. Rather unintentionally, but I'm pretty sure they feel the same way. Now, college graduation really seems like something. Maybe it's because I'm not there yet. But college is about 57 times harder than high school, so it seems more impressive to make it through 4 (5?) years of it. Right?

Um, so I have now applied at 5 different establishments, those being American Eagle, Bath & Body Works, Victoria's Secret, Circuit City, and Eastman Credit Union. None of them have contacted me. Seriously, people. If you're not going to hire me, just give me a call and tell me, or something, so I can get on with my life and apply for a job at McDonald's.

Oh, LOST. I think sometime during my watching of the show in the next 3 years, I'm going to have a heart attack. Maybe I'll die, maybe not, but sometime that show is going to make my heart fail. Or at least make my blood pressure skyrocket. Maybe Charlie won't die. Oh, who am I kidding. HAY JACOB WHY R U INVISIBLE?

So I'm flying to my ROTC thing in Mississippi, and I've never flown commercially before, I don't know how to get my e-tickets or whatever they are, I have layovers (in MEMPHIS) on the way to and from, I'm going BY MYSELF, and I. Am. Scared. Eep. This is ironic because I have flown a plane by myself before I have flown commercially.

I love you people.
28 December 2006 @ 12:43 pm
Hellooooo everyone, even Stephanie without internet (I missss yoooooou)...

I hope all of your Christmases were satisfactory in some sort...mine was quite nice. I got twwooooo different coats, both of which will bring the boys to the yard. Kinda. And a really sweet hat. And BOSE headphones. Oooooh. Anyway, what did you all get? Anything exciting? Tell, please.

Gosh darn, I love Christmas so much. It's perhaps a bit unreasonable. Gosh gosh gosh. And it goes by so fast...it's rather depressing. Mom and I were refusing to let go the day after Christmas and obstinately played Christmas music all day. And our decorations are still up. HA. Take that, world. On the other hand, it IS only the fourth day of Christmas, technically. MMMMM, Christmas. I've (strangely) been thinking about how awesome it will be when I have a family and we can start our own Christmas traditions...wheeeee. I think when I buy a house one of the deciding factors will be how awesomely I can decorate it for Christmas, and how suited it is for holiday parties. I....am a crazy person.

Every person ever should watch the Muppet Christmas Carol. And Muppet Treasure Island, on a slightly unrelated note.

Heeeeeeeeeey I love you guys. We don't really have to wait untill New Year's to hang ouuuuuut.
09 August 2006 @ 11:47 am

How r u guyz? JK, har.

So, I was looking through all of my old entries...oh man, I was a loser. Why were you guys friends with me, again? Some of the more recent ones are pretty entertaining. Heh.

I am super-duper excited about COLLEGGGGE I am kinda flailing about right now in anticipation. Wheeeeeeeeeeee, living by ourselves with no adults is just fascinating to me. Hey...you should come to the Morill cafeteria and eat din-din with me occasionally. And we could go work out together and stuff. Obviously this is excluding Kurt since he isn't going to our college, but I don't even know if he reads this anymore, so yeah. Aaaaanyway I haven't read my life of the mind book yet...crap. BUT my roommate is ADORABLE and so nice. She called the other day to talk about what we're bringing and she is precious. You can look her up on facebook -- her name is Emmy Occhipinti. Wheeeeee. Do you cats have your rooming assignments yet?

Hey, speaking of college, Steph...will you scan in or otherwise send me that list? It was very useful and I can't remember what all was on it. Thx. (lol)

18 October 2005 @ 06:14 pm

Okay, so I asked off work for the Friday that Harry Potter comes out (Nov 18) and I'm thinking that we should go to Tri-Cities most definitely. And probably go to some dollar store beforehand and stock up on food/drink. I suggest that this time we try to get as many ridiculous food items into the theatre as possible, i.e. 2 liters and cups, chips and dip, home-made items in tupperware, and other such cumbersome and messy items. So definitely clear your plans for that night. I would take you to Marquee but we can't use passes on opening weekends AND it'll be even more crowded than Tri-Cities. Also, do we want to make t-shirts or something? I don't know if I want to hardcore dress up but t-shirts are relatively simple and non-complex. Which both mean the same thing. Anyway, if any of you don't go, I'll have to excommunicate you from the group and then kill you. This is TRADITION. I could haul errbody in the van...it'll be just like old times. Rock on. Someone tell Kurt, since he never reads these. Actually, Kurt's in my first period so nevermind.

Also, Marquee might be previewing it the night before it comes out, and hopefully it'll be a pizza party so that maybe I could invite a person or two. The downside is that the previews are at like 12:00 in the morning, and it's on a school night AND emily and I have to be at school by 630 for Beauty and the Beast casting call. So I'm thinking I'll either go see it with some of you fine people and probably end up staying awake all night, or I'll just forget it and see it for the first time Friday night. That'll probably be more fun anyway, so that's probably what I'll do. So...forget this paragraph.

Speaking of Beauty and the Beast, you should probably all come to an evening performance on Saturday or Sunday. Ha.

One more--Halloween plans? I personally like doing Halloween at Emily's, because it just reminds me of Halloween aaand it's a big neighborhood so we don't have to drive or walk elsewhere and yes, I still like trick-or-treating, shut up. I don't think I'm going to sign up to do the Anchor club's haunted house that night, so I'll be free. Any other plans welcomed...
08 August 2005 @ 05:04 pm
Well, school is school. I was previously mildly excited about senior year and moreso about new clothes, but the excited has died somewhat. Except for the mother of all classes, musical theatre...everyone who is anyone (except of course you fine people who aren't) is in that class. It's gonna be hot. I mean, seriously. Except fundraising $150. Not hot. But manageable. English will be tolerable, I suppose. The sounds of "projects" and "short answer questions" fill my heart with dread, but whatever. Mrs. Wheeler seems terribly amusing. I refrain on passing judgement on Calculus yet because...I just don't know. And Econ/Gov is full of stupids so I'll just have to be friends with Mrs. Cave. Mmm, current events.

Okay, so currently Tinsletown is the only theatre around here still playing The Island, so if we want to go see it it'll have to be in Bristol. I like the idea of going one day after school this week and rebelling from the homework for some last fleeting moments, so let's go right after school some day to the 4:00 showing and then afterwards we can work on whatever project is due the next day. HA! Oh man...I keep telling myself I won't get senioritis but I am so going to. Anyway...up for that? Becca, you too.

...that's it.
13 July 2005 @ 11:32 pm
OMG! Did you all know this? (Esp. Stephanie...)

Da Vinci Code Casting:
Audrey Tautou .... Sophie Neveu
Ian McKellen .... Sir Leigh Teabing

Of course, Robert Langdon is Tom Hanks, whom I love but just is not as attractive as Langdon should be, but ACK! AUDREY AND IAN! I had no idea. yay.
13 July 2005 @ 11:08 pm
I need to resurrect the livejournal. I love it a lot, and it has become forlorn. Alas. Livejournal...I still love you.
13 July 2005 @ 02:19 pm

AP English Wheeler
Econ and Gov Cave
Musical Theatre Roller/Iacino
Calculus Doan

Study Hall (WTF?!?)Williams
Survey of Lit Wheeler <--didn't really sign up for that, but whatev.
Advanced Theatre Roller
Clinicals Johns

Okay, so ROTC is inexplicaply missing, replaced by Study Hall. What the heck. Also, Spanish 3 is missing which makes me think it might be impossible to get, which makes me sad. Ems, is it on your schedule? If so do tell... tell me if you have classes with me.

I have a month to read 3 books...dang.