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my mom is sick , and so, me being afraid of getting ill with everything going so well, wiped off the computer keyboard with about 10 alcohol wipes. here's what came of that.
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I deleted some of the lines so it wouldn't look so ridiculous. the keys are white again!.
so much for the shakespeare.

yay. have a nice day.
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My score on The Which Ancient Language Are You Test:


(You scored)

You are the Phoenician Alphabet! Teacher of the Greeks and Etruscans, you are the one all languages bow down to. That is, until the Romans decide to wipe out your civilization. That's the way the cookie crumbles.

Link: The Which Ancient Language Are You Test
(OkCupid Free Online Dating)

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You are 91% Canuck!

You rock, you are an almighty Canadian through and through. You have proven your worthiness and have won the elite prize of living in a country as awesome as Canada. Yes I know other countries think they are better, but we let them have that cuz we know better than they do, eh?

How Canadian Are You?
Quiz Created on GoToQuiz

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Your Slanguage Profile

Canadian Slang: 50%

British Slang: 25%

New England Slang: 25%

Aussie Slang: 0%

Prison Slang: 0%

Southern Slang: 0%

This result came about only because I know what a Timbit is. Everything else....
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On the twelfth day of Christmas, peachless sent to me...
Twelve boys drumming
Eleven blueberries piping
Ten apples a-leaping
Nine icons dancing
Eight strawberries a-milking
Seven starbucks a-swimming
Six dvds a-biking
Five mo-o-o-ovies
Four stargate atlantis
Three frozen grapes
Two international relations
...and a canada in a serenity.
Get your own Twelve Days:<input type="text" name="user" style="background: #fff url('') no-repeat scroll 0px 1px; padding
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So. Canada.

i need a canadian icon.
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So. This is the week of the big, big horseshow at the Polo Fields (even though no one really plays polo there any more I think). It has me all nostalgic and messed up in my head that I nearly can't take it anymore. I was so close to crying earlier, although that could be attributed to the whole not wanting to eat thing. This really doesn't have to be my last time I come to this specific show, but do I really want to lug myself down to cleveland just so that I can be reminded of what I never could have? (GOBA is totally an exception. Doesnt count (coughmyboys).)

The basis of this problem lies in the fact that quite a few of the riders that have started from my barn have moved on to other barns and trainers and are now competing everywhere, Florida, Lake Placid, etc. But no, not me. I don't know, maybe I couldn't have, but something makes me feel like I should have, could have, if I had done something different with how I handled my life. I wish I knew what it was, but I can't go back in time and fix it. Not to toot my own horn, but I would be riding circles around those girls if I was able. Also, I feel so not important(?) at the barn. I work so hard, but the other girls get everything-the actual paying jobs doing the summer clinic, riding the best horse in the barn. I feel that that is the trainer's bias, but I totally can't call it on her, else I would be in a bad place, so all I can do is stew about it and get even more frustrated. I don't know what else to do, any suggestions, mind?

Nearly the same thing applies to my bass. If I had applied myself more to my studies of the repetoire and to my practicing, I would for sure be going to BU or Oberlin. But no, (and its sad that I felt relieved when I didnt get into those schools, because I knew then that I wouldn't have to spend the rest of my life practicing and scrounging for food from dumpsters.) Its also sad that I waited until the last minute to realize that, after putting so much of myself into all of it.

There is so much more of these things in my life that I should probably take closer looks at, so I can let them go.

My bass lessons are more fun, just learning new music without any pressure of needing to use it for auditions, maybe a recital.
I nearly threw up because I was hungry, yet did not feel hungry... I think I had the "bonk" as we said on GOBA.

Horseback riding lesson soon, oh joy right now. Normally I get very excited about this but with everything turned upside down, I dont know if I can cope.

Oh yes, one more thing. Farscape owns my soul and my cash. I can't help it. That show is like crack for me right now.
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Got my application for residence at Woodsworth in.
Have not finished the billing for Gristmill ads yet. I am so going to get it done.

My love for Farscape is ever growing and seems to have no bounds.

I have a splitting headache, and its 1 a.m. Off I go!

Oh yes, [ profile] justalittleoff ? Come and get the healthbook any time, but I think I need a little $$ for it to appease my mother. I <3 you!

Summer '06!
Its going to be one to remember.
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You are Green Lantern
Green Lantern
Wonder Woman
The Flash
Iron Man
Hot-headed. You have strong
will power and a good imagination.

Click here to take the Superhero Personality Quiz

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So, I guess I'm going to the University of Toronto. Sent in the comfirmation and everything. As someone who is deathly afraid of commitment(pretty much the reason I don't have a boyfrind IMO) this feels super weird. Toronto is such a great city, and the Uni has good classes. I was looking in the catalogue, and there were so many Introductory language classes, Polish, et al. That's going to be fun. They also have international relations as a major(and as a "Specialist"), not sure what that means, must find out. Its going to be hard to travel and all. And the papers I need, study permits and all that jazz. It's going to be nice getting out of the country, but I don't want to be ostracized for being American.


Spring Break in Minnesota!
It was warmer there than in Cleveland, so a big thhpbbth to the hometown. Got to see most of the fam, and all of the cousins I really wanted to see.
A funny thing I did, not to toot my own horn, but it really was funny.I had to wake up really early to catch a flight, and I was having this dream about a bass for sale with some friends from Tanglewood. They go to a school where they have to live off campus. So, we buy the bass, a really nice one I think it was, with an Italian name it was known by and everything. So the bass and us go back to the apartment and the apartment is very clean. being boys, I didn't really believe them, but when one of them pulled out a garbage bag, I said "you're getting good at domestic housekeeping." Only I said this out loud for some reason, and my mom starts laughing, because she was there. I was totally semisomniatic, lying there half awake, and it was kinda trippy. That was about it, and then I had to get on a plane, get off a plane, get lunch, go to rehearsal, and finally to babysitting, where I got so frustrated with the little girl that I really don't want to baby sit for that family anymore. They boy does not respect me at all, adn the girl is something else, in a bad way. I've been sitting for them for YEARS, honestly, and I think quitting is the easy way out. I'm moving soon, anyways, and they have junky food and lots of TV channels and a TiVo.


Today and Wednesday I have to help at Severance for the concerto auds. I feel weird doing my senior project there, helping with all the suditions when I'm not even going to a music school, but its not like I'm abandoning music forever, I'll still play in school orchestras, but I've come to the realization that It's not for me, I don't have the discipline, and I'm glad I figured this out before I committed to one.

Lunch is over, back to class now.


Apr. 6th, 2006 12:25 pm
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So, college stuff is almost over. Yesterday the whole of my senior class was waiting for decisions that were going to come online after school, and today the whole of my senior class is either elated or depressed about the results. I'm sort of happy that I got into Syracuse, Miami, Allegheny and BW and had heard from those schools not yesterday, I guess. I still have to hear from NEC and U of Toronto, but NEC's not looking too I didn't get into any of the other music schools (BU, Oberlin, Rice). The ratio so far of accepted and rejected is 4-7. I wish that they didn't make us pick a major to put on the application right away. Physics is my last class today (TGIF), as I am totally not going to yearbook, which is FINALLY DONE, then I go to teh barn to play with the horses yay.

Oh. My.

Jan. 31st, 2006 12:24 pm
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Yesterday, as I was procrastinating from my hw, I downloaded a Sci-Fi special off of iTunes about bsg. I made myself stop watching it, because it was full of spoilers and I've only watched the first episode, but I know I'll watch everything since it was so damn good with nice looking men. So before I stopped it, people from the show were coming on and introducing what was going to be talked about, etc. And THEN, Jamie Bamber came on. He was talking about something I can't remember, because when He started talking, it was in this hot British accent, totally different from what he sounds like on the show (which also sounds nice). I stopped right then, and ran around the house squeeing for the next 10 minutes. Honestly, it was the best thing ever, and totally made my day. I neeed to get
season 1 as soon as I get paid.

So, I'm posting from school again, since LJ hasn't been affected by the measures they're taking against websites at the admin building. I've just spilled my guts to the gossipiest person in school about my love(my fleeting lust) for CICB. I am feeling so wretched. The CB and I stopped to talk for a bit in the hall at lunch an hour ago, and as usual, we talked about his love life. I know it's coming every time we talk, but it still hurts. Anyhoo, this Friday, he's going swing dancing (WTF) and he's going with a girl he likes (who shall remain nameless). Me, crushed, walk back to the Journalism room and promply declare that my life is over, that he has declared his love for another girl, the most hyperbolic thing ever. M accuses me of being melodromatic, but the other person immediately starts quizzing me on who it is, and since I have the worst pokerface in teh world, I am finished. Don't know what to do.

Physics is impossible again. oh well....
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50 books thing, because its interesting to see.

You bold the ones you've read and italicize the ones you intend to.

The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown--Did't really like, cept for the content. It was the same as Angels and Demons, except different girl and different story
The Catcher in the Rye - J.D. Salinger
The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy - Douglas Adams --read it at Tanglewood, b/c roommate had the 5 book collection, and i was bored
The Great Gatsby - F.Scott Fitzgerald-- Read for english--"a tuning fork struck upon a star"
To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee For english, Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch in the movie = love.
The Time Traveler's Wife - Audrey Niffenegger
His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman WOW good books. Cried at the end, because it was v. sad. Why else?
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - J.K. Rowling Cried too, dammit.
Life of Pi - Yann Martel
Animal Farm: A Fairy Story - George Orwell For english class again; talking animals scared me.
Catch-22 - Joseph Heller
The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien I have the book. Its sitting on my bookshelf.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time - Mark Haddon Upside Down dog on the cover.
Lord of the Flies - William Golding -- I tried, but then I started getting nightmares, so I stopped.
Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen For English, but I really only started reading when Darcy confessed his undying love for Elizabeth.
1984 - George Orwell
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - J.K. Rowling Yay Sirius and Remus
One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Memoirs of a Geisha - Arthur Golden Movie was crap.
The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini
The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold So sad.
Slaughterhouse 5 - Kurt Vonnegut
Angels and Demons - Dan Brown Better than DaVinci Code
Fight Club - Chuck Palahniuk -- Watched the movie
Neuromancer - William Gibson
Cryptonomicon - Neal Stephenson
The Secret History - Donna Tartt
A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess
Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte--Heathcliffe yay
Brave New World - Aldous Huxley
American Gods - Neil Gaiman
Ender's Game-Orson Scott Card--Good book
Snow Crash - Neal Stephenson
A Prayer for Owen Meany - John Irving
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - C.S. Lewis---I want a wardrobe that takes me to another land!
Middlesex - Jeffrey Eugenides--SO GOOD. The man can write; The Virgin Suicides should be on this list too.
Cloud Atlas - David Mitchell
The Lord of the Rings - J. R. R. TolkienAdventure! Sexy Elves! Horses!
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte For English, I WANT A ROCHESTER
Good Omens - Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman
Atonement - Ian McEwan
The Shadow Of The Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon
The Old Man and the Sea - Ernest Hemingway
The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood--scared the shit out of me.
The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath
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Writing from school as I avoid my physics HW, because its about rotational dynamics and its JUST NOT WORKING. I'm even using the corresponding website, thats how hopeless this all is. boo.
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LiveJournal Haiku!
Your name:peachless
Your haiku:and wouldn't wasnt to eat
before practice and the boys
i hope that counts for
Created by Grahame

created by all my angsting over that incident
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In the year 2006 I resolve to:

Make my own
porn video,

Get your resolution here

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Just saw GoF.
1)"Wand in a twist" moo ha ha ha
2)The Twins!
3)The Dark Mark
4)Durmstrang's entrance to the Great Hall-the stick pounding! the firey thing!
5)aslkjbdicvbwevc the pretty boys! All of them!

Nice and long. But, midway though I had to pee, so when they got to the prefects bathroom scene and the Second Task...wah. Didn't leave though. You can't move through that kind of movie.

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I swear I will start writing here more often. I've got a plan!
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Office Master
79% Tastefulness, 27% Originality, 62% Deliberateness, 43% Sexiness
[Tasteful Conventional Deliberate Prissy]

Your style is professional. Your clothes always fit the situation and you probably never offend people by, say, wearing pink to a funeral. You just know what becomes. You don't like extravagance too much and you're not accidental. Your well chosen, stylish outfits communicate that you're a serious person. Following classic rules about dressing, you make sure that no one would call you flashy and many people admire your calm, composed look.

The opposite style from yours is Fashion Rebel [Flamboyant Original Random Sexy].

All the categories: Fashion Enemy Bar Cruiser Kid Next Door Sex Bomb Hippie Kid Fashion Rebel Fashion Artist Catwalk God(ess) Librarian Sporty Hottie Office Master Uptown Girl/ Boy Brainy Student Movie Star Fashionista Glamorous Soul

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 98% on Tastefulness
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You scored higher than 1% on Originality
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You scored higher than 74% on Deliberateness
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You scored higher than 38% on Sexiness
Link: The Fashion Style Test written by mari-e on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

I suppose thats true. Maybe.
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