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Jun. 1st, 2010 | 03:50 pm

wtf LJ? I haven't been able to load my journal or other LJ pages at all today and was having trouble yesterday too. I'm on our neighbours network now and I finally got it to load. Odd. I checked my cookies and stuff to make sure I hadn't accidentally blocked anything but there was nothing I could find wrong from my end.

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boasas fly

Mar. 29th, 2010 | 09:53 am
mood: amusedamused

I can fly!Collapse )

Exactly :D

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Oct. 20th, 2009 | 02:19 pm

Happy Birthday Alanna!

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Oct. 8th, 2009 | 06:17 pm

Still no Facebook, geez.

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Sep. 23rd, 2009 | 10:23 pm
mood: ecstaticecstatic

Had a wonderful evening. Douglas Coupland's talk was entertaining, I love his sense of humour (probably why I like his books). Then I got to talk to him for a minute when he was doing signings. I thanked him for all the writing he's done and that I've often read his books during tough times. He was genuinely pleased. He signed my copy of Girlfriend in a Coma, which is one of the books that has stood out for me and I've reread many times. I'm so glad I found out he was going to be in town!

I'm feeling all bouncy right now. I have no idea when I'll manage to get some sleep!

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Wacky personality quiz :p

Jun. 16th, 2009 | 05:46 am

..I should be getting ready for work

Your result for The Despot / Small Woodland Creature Test...

Charlemagne the Mouse

24% Brutality, 48% Wackiness, 78% Playfulness, 29% Strength, 81% Kindness, 43% Agility and 54% Intelligence!

Charlemagne was King of the Franks from 768 to his death. Today he is regarded not only as the founding father of both French and German monarchies, but also as the father of Europe: his empire united most of Western Europe for the first time since the Romans. Part of Charlemagne's success as warrior and administrator can be traced to his admiration for learning. His reign and the era it ushered in are often referred to as the Carolingian Renaissance because of the flowering of scholarship, literature, art, and architecture which characterise it. Such success for a mere mouse is surely one of histories most inexplicable occurences. Animal lovers even today site Charlemagne as a reason for have-a-heart mousetraps...as the fear of senselessly killing the next Charlemagne in a mousetrap is a real worry. The mouse's innate kindness and love of life will serve you well, as they did the mighty Charlemagne.

Take The Despot / Small Woodland Creature Test
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Jun. 15th, 2009 | 05:49 am
mood: sleepysleepy


Back to work again..I'm still tired from last week. I want an extra day of weekend!

Speaking of which, I had a pretty good weekend...Nevermore was awesome! Bits of the songs keep popping into my head randomly :p I brought my wee little binoculars to the show and was trying to figure out how they made some of the costumes and hats, man they had some pretty crazy hats! Kind of makes me want to get creative :D

Went out to a tibetan restaurant with G's mom + sister for g's late bday dinner. It was yummy! I'm a fan of ting momo's now.

oops, i better get ready for work!

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Jun. 11th, 2009 | 07:08 pm
mood: excitedexcited

Woohoo! I just got myself a ticket for Nevermore.

I get to see what will hopefully be an awesome show AND I finally get to see the Winter Garden theatre, which I've been wanting to go on a tour of for ages. Thank you mom for insisting on giving me a bit of money and saying i should treat myself. I went to visit her yesterday and we were talking about Luminato and i said there was a show i was really interested in seeing but couldn't justify spending the money on so I wasn't going to go. As soon as i said that she offered me money for a ticket! I asked her if she was sure and she insisted and said "you should go out and do something fun once in awhile so please let me help you".

I'm going Saturday afternoon. It's nice to have something to look forward to :D

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Jun. 7th, 2009 | 08:45 am

Ikea has purple dishes now! They're stoneware and cheep :D

I'm tempted to make a trip up there today. I've been on the lookout for some new cereal bowls as our current ones are hand me downs from Garron's cottage that are beige and cracked.

I'm kind of afraid that i'll end up buying too many other things if i go there..i do have the tendency to do that. They have purple candles too.. ;)

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May. 5th, 2009 | 12:05 am
mood: contemplativecontemplative

Hmm, I'm 28.

Let's see how this goes.

Here's hoping things get better from now on.

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