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YAY October!!

Not long ago, I realized that October is absolutely my favorite month. This is why:

pretty leaves
cool weather
sitting around the fireplace
apple cider

So I ordered this costume for a party I will be going to. I've toyed with the idea of being Poison Ivy for years, but finally decided to go for it since this year's party's theme is Heroes and Villans. I got it in the mail today and it's too small :( I'm really hoping I can return it and get the bigger size because I don't plan on spending an additional $89 for the right one or wearing a piece of clothing that barely covers my chest. Hopefully it works out.

So. Now I'm off to read my friends' entries (since it's been about 2 months since I've looked at Livejournal), but mostly just the Halloween-related ones. And after that: The Office!

Aug. 14th, 2007

This week is a good one. Two of my clients are out of town for the week, so I have a lot of free time. I got out of work at 2 and went shopping for a bit. After not finding anything of interest, I met Devon at my house. We went out, sat outside and talked, had dinner, and saw the movie "Becoming Jane". I really enjoyed it; it was a great love story.

Aaand, that's about it. Later.

hey...2 in one day

It's been awhile since I've done that.

I'm listening to Steve and Phill's (lame) podcast right now. And I only say it's lame because Phill made fun of me. Oh well; all of Steve's friends already knew I was weird. Ha. It's actually kinda funny. If you're bored, you can check it out on iTunes. Just search the Podcast directory for "Steve and Phill". It's called "Radio Radio."

When Phill learns that I'm putting the word out for them, he better feel guilty for talking about me. :P


Last night, for some strange reason, I went back to my entries of three years ago, when I was all depressed and shit over that guy who dumped me. I sat there for two hours just reading. Wow, have I grown up. It was very interesting to see what things were important to me, what I thought of, what I thought like, etc. It's nice to know that things actually do change. Even though I guess I was pretty miserable a lot of the time then, it did make me miss that year. Sitting in my purple room in an old house, with music in the background, just thinking. I wasn't forced to think about the outside world. Or the future. Or anything. Just the moment. That was nice.

It's already the third week of August. Damn where did the summer go? I haven't really done much, besides work and hang out with Steve or friends. It's kinda strange how normal it seems now.

Well I haven't much else to say. I used to write in here allll the time. And usually useless shit, just to say something. Maybe I felt like I just needed to say something.

BTW, I like this band. I found them on Myspace.

Jun. 14th, 2007

Can't I just sit at home all day and avoid hours of driving and fussy children, and be paid for it???

I hate working. I'm a bum. I accept it.

A Little More Substance This Time

After having survived the hottest day of the year yet, and one of the most busy and stressful weeks in awhile, I am so very glad it is the weekend. Do I have plans? Nope. But I don't care because I get to sleep in and do nothing.

Like I said to my mom, "I don't think I'll ever get used to this (job thing)."

I had to borrow my dad's car today because my car is a giant heater that I get to be inside of. I really really need a new car. I would love to get a Hybrid, but I'm afraid that's out of my price range these days since I don't get paid that much; It is a constant source of annoyance to remember that Steve gets paid more than me to sit at a desk and play on the internet all day, while I have to work with kids who bite me, yell in my face, or ignore me completely. Sigh...Thank god it's the weekend.

Okay, enough Negative Nancy talk. I got a cute little haircut last weekend. Also last weekend, I got to get drunk and rowdy with a bunch of gay guys in D.C. Talk about fun. However, I'd have to say the highlight of the evening was watching Steve climb up on the dumpster and proceed to urinate onto the ground below.

As for tonight, I am currently at Steve's house with his parents, waiting for him to get home and eat dinner. Then I think I will probably hang out with Tim Lacrosse for awhile (I haven't seen that Juilliard-graduating, world-gallivanting kid in years). Should be fun.

time flies by when you're just living

Wow, I didn't realize how long it's been. I kind of forgot about Livejournal's existence until I saw it in my Bookmarks. There's not much to update, as work is pretty much the same. Things with Steve are the same. I have more money than I ever have before...that's good. Oh well, WoW time.

Rusty Telephones

Someone somewhere on Livejourniverse posted this poem. I like it, so I'm going to put it in here so I know where to find it should I ever want to read it again.

In an effort to get people to look
into each other's eyes more,
the government has decided to allot
each person exactly one hundred
and sixty-seven words, per day.

When the phone rings, I put it
to my ear without saying hello.
In the restaurant I point
at chicken noodle soup. I am
adjusting well to the new way.

Late at night, I call my long
distance lover and proudly say
I only used fifty-nine today.
I saved the rest for you.

When she doesn't respond, I know
she's used up all her words
so I slowly whisper I love you,
thirty-two and a third times.
After that, we just sit on the line
and listen to each other breathe.

By: Jeffrey McDaniel

Dec. 23rd, 2006

"Bree looks like she steals children and makes them put lotion on their skin before she BBQ's them at the neighbor hood block party."

hahaha, oh man. What a hilarious discovery. Put "(your name) looks like" in Google or somesuch search engine and see what comes up. And be sure to have the quotation marks there. Steve's is "Steve looks like Goro from Mortal Combat."

Steve and I just got back from driving around for close to 2 hours in unknown neighborhoods looking at christmas lights and decorations. Then we went to my old neighborhood and I bored Steve with all the insignificant childhood memories that came flooding back. It was kind of surreal being back there and realizing how small everything really is.

Well, I'm sure I won't update again before Christmas, so here's wishing everybody a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Winter time is here

Yay. My journal is now totally winter-fied: layout, icons, and all. I have spent lots of money on crafts to make gifts, so I hope people like them. Or more importantly, I hope people pretend to like them.

The weekend's over. Boo.