Beginnings 7/10

Tue, Sep. 18th, 2007 09:48 am
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Jen has been here twice now. The first time was to help clean out the house up the river and go through her old stuff. It was kinda fun and kinda sad. We spent so much time together it was like, even though it was her stuff, that we were throwing away parts of both of our childhoods. It also reminded me that we don’t spend enough time together anymore, not that it is really possible to spend much time together. We have changed so much in the last 4 years. I feel so disconnected. We spent nearly every day together for 18 years and now we only see each other a couple of times a year. We both knew it was going to happen. But it doesn’t make it any less sad. But we always fall into our weird pattern. She brought me my birthday present, which was a pair of beautiful earrings. She also brought me Shakespeare festival chocolates and mints. I shall have to figure out something really good for her birthday…and actually send it to her on time for a change. I also managed to inherit her Garfield books. The second time she came down, she brought the boyfriend, meaning I got meet him…finally. He is a very nice man and I approve, not that it really matters if I approve. Although I would like to think that my opinion still got some weight, but she has been dating him for awhile and he moved to Chicago not long after the visit so its kind of a moot point.
While Jen and I were cleaning out her old toys we decided that my obsession with My Little Ponies as a child may be responsible for my obsession with tattoos now.

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Here we go another long-ass update. I figure since I haven't given a real update in over a month, so I thought I would honor you with one of my trade mark very long bullet style updates. It's really long but it's worth it. So get a snack, pull up a chair and Enjoy!

If you don't click it how will you know? )

Wow that was long.

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Well today mom had the day off. We were going to go places and do things. But then there was a phone call. The girl that was supposed to come in today is MIA so mom has to come in and cover, as always. She never gets a day off. She has taken two two-day vacations in the last six years. On the plus side my charm bracelet got worked on. For years charms have been collected and new chains have been bought, as I keep out growing them. But finally today charms have been put on a chain that has a clasp that fits my wrist. Hooray! Mom and I tried to go out to dinner but everywhere was packed. So we had Taco Bell, stayed in and watched House. And tomorrow morning mom has to go into work on her day off, again. Well, I'm going to go back to picking up my room,as I am leaving day after tomorrow.
I see that Mandy has gotten her tattoo. Yay! Way to go Mandy. I'm still designing mine. someday.

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Winter term

Tue, Feb. 6th, 2007 03:07 am
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Almost there. This term I’m trying to take it easier. I'm only working overnights now, so work isn’t interfering with class and I only have to work 2 days a week, but I still get my 16 hours. It’s still kind of bad though because few of the new people are doing the job right and it’s driving the returnees and my boss nuts. For classes I’m taking Michelangelo to Bormini, Medieval Studies, and Classical Greek Art. Michelangelo to Bormini is a Roman renaissance Architecture art history class. If I had known it was an architecture class, I would have never taken it, but I cant drop it, so I’m just dealing with it. It's taught by this odd retired British guy. I really liked him and then I hated him but now he is growing on me so we shall see how the term goes. Medieval studies is a new art history class, (that has the longest course description ever), that has never been taught before and I’m taking it from the same professor that I took gothic sculpture from last term, but she is doing a lot better this term. She also volunteered to be my advisor, which helped me out a lot so now it looks like I’m graduating at the end of fall 2007 instead of spring 2008. I’m really liking that class so far. Classical Greek art is not really one of my favorite subjects (to say the least) but it is being taught by SuperProf so it’s not too bad. I really like his teaching style and they way he grades, so I might do ok, especially since I am familiar with the way he works. There have only been a couple of highlights this term. One was VeniceBiatch's Tattoo. I went with her when she was getting estimates and I was there when she got it. She ended up getting it at the Parlor instead of HP. Hp is the best when it comes to piercings but they are not the friendliest when it comes to tattoos. The tat is of the ghost ship off a Decembrists album on her butt. Its huge! (The tat not her butt) When we were driving around with Wikkid when she was getting estimates he played one of his cds for me. (He is a DJ) He had a couple mashups I liked. One was lady sovereign/eurhythmics and the other was Madonna/Death Cab for Cutie. The other highlight was DonJohn's birthday party. He turned 20 and his mom got him a room on the VIP floor of the Hilton. So he had a pool party then we all hung out in his room. It was pretty awesome. I met some new people. Even hairball was social-able and had a good time. I was really surprised when TopHatBoy got really excited when he found out I have a deviant art page. I got to know The Rev a lot better and I even danced with him a little. Hairball is teasing me a bit though cause I was switching my time between two boys and they were flirting back and I never do anything like that. Fun was had by all. We left around 11 and we made the Rev take a cab with us cause we didn’t want him walking home alone in the dark, and he lives by us.


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