Who ever anywhere will read these written words?
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31st August 2009
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16th May 2008
I'm tired. I tried sleeping, but I'm just not in the mood. :
I'm not used to having finger nails, and the way they tap against the keys is both exciting and uncomfortable.
I have yet to understand how people succeed in buying things that cost next to nothing. My mother says I'm just too picky, and I'm aware I'm picky, but in this particular instance, I believe her reasoning to be wrong.
I'd love to stand in a wheat field, peasant top or dress a flutter; I happen to think it would be very inspirational, if not for anyone else but an indie artist.
I'm quite content to sit all day and read. I fear I'm developing an addiction to orange pekoe; I, who would never touch tea let alone anything that would leave a caffienated residue on my tongue.
28th June 2007
Today I was paid $8.76/h to eat a veggie burger, swing on a swing, get drenched and smash into people on a slip n' slide, and make up a dance routine to Everybody (Backstreet's Back). :
Mmm, most delicious $78.84 I've ever made.
I also found out my camp was cancelled next week due to lack of participants, which means, if I don't have to fill in for another girl at a different location, I get a week off to plan some more. Granted I really should be confering with my partner, but I can't wait around to make plans with people. I think it's still fair if I make day plans and then ask him for his input on the matter. Not that he gives much input when I ask him anyways.
I like a boy who plays the tamborine and has the most brilliant profile.
I need to dry my hair now, and brush the cheesecake off my teeth.
25th November 2006
Is it any wonder I love them so?
This movie owns my heart.
11th September 2006
Can someone please remind me never to drink vodka again. :
I want to puke my brains out - although I did it twice last night.
AND being the classy broad I am, I admitted my crushes to two people. (the only two people)
The room is still spinning, this is the most disgusting feeling in the world.
People are such sweethearts though.
Make it stoppppppp
21st August 2006
I'm convulsing with disgust, my mother made me sign up for this: :
and it cost $125.
She essentially paid $125 for me to stay as far away as humanly possible FROM these people because I refuse to participate.
I'm going to cry.
15th August 2006
12th August 2006
I am a complete Anglophile. I decided to paint my room English Meadows based entirely on the name. :
Visited dearest Kevin today, we trekked to the cemetary outside Belfountain, then to the second-hand bookstore where I inherited The Kittredge Shakespeares Othello, Slyvia Plath's The Bell Jar (what love!) and Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway- all for the wonderful price of $2.
Then Kevin suggested we walk to Erin for milkshakes, so the rest of my visit was spent walking to Erin (3 km), finding a dead rabbit who I christened in death Charles Feswick (the poor soul), getting a free bottle of water from some radio station rep, drinking my delicious strawberry milkshake (not worth 3 km), being harrassed by some guy sponsoring Hello Kelly *who mind you tried to tempt us with pizza and pop! and then walking the 3 km back.
Blazing heat! I've been sunburnt.
Now my feet smell, and I'm all icky.
However I was provided with an English Penguin chocolate bar which was not only straight from England and mighty tasty, but provided me with the interesting fact that dreamt is the only word in the English language that ends in "mt". We'll just add the wrapper to my foreign items collection.
Jessica Clark should be arriving soon, we're making cookies for Chris' picnic tomorrow.
That is all.
2nd August 2006
1st August 2006
Today in Ikea some two year (or will be two on Saturday) attempted to steal my necklace from around my neck. Oh the dear little crow, the way he was attracted to that shiney heart. And that grip! :
Let me just say that Ikea is a very exciting place. Not only did I get fabulous yellow and green cups (for 50 cents each- the bargain!) but I, or rather my brother, found a nickel hidden behind some cushions (bringing me up to $206.05).
So, I did get into Women's Studies (after being on a waiting list), meaning my courses will be as follows: Philosophy, Women's Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology and English. I take it I'll have to sign up for journalism next year, but that's fine because my cousin says she's attending a first year course in her third year. Oooh I'm promised free frosh wear AND a laundry bag full of free samples, all for the low low price of $110 (?)
What I just don't understand is why you have to pay so much [per course]. Naturally that's because I'm a naive little girl who likes to imagine things aren't as expensive/outrageously priced as they really are (unfortunately I'm beginning to find out).
I also realizing I'm evolving slowly, but very slowly.
I really...can't eat meat any more, it's so putrid. One can't survive on peanut butter and banana sandwiches however, even if on flax/sunflower/whole grain/9 grain/pure fibre/bran bread. Perhaps if I toss in some grapes...oh Gillian McKeith!
I really need to do something thrilling before the summer's over. Go...somewhere? But where. Where can one go? Naturally one can go anywhere, but you'd have to be in an anywhere situation to do that. I don't think currently I'm in an anywhere situation. I'll think some more about it and return back to you.
Anyways, that is all.