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(no subject) [May. 15th, 2006|07:11 pm]
[feeling |indifferentindifferent]
[groovy |dispatch/beatles cover]

I always come here when i'm supposed to be writing portfolio and get distracted.

Seniors last day today, the atmosphere was contagious, it was carefree...annnd I walked around the school during E period visiting others classes and came late telling her I was at first lunch...which still didn't make sense.

Prophecy was funny.

Duck in the science wing was funny especially when i found out that it was carried into school via backpack.

The seniors underwear being hung from the school was funny too i guess.

But it was all sad.

Emma cried all over me and it made me yes, sad.

Prisby looked pretty in a plaid skirt though...

I've got so much left of high school to go, loser.
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I'm a PROcrastinator...ha, ha, ha, ha [May. 7th, 2006|04:19 pm]
[groovy |Marley/ haha...third eye blind?]

Two days in a row woahhhhhh

Today I went to my cousin's first communion, and I had a lot of troulbe thinking of what to write on the stupid card. I ended writing something like "Congratulations on receiving your first holy eucharist, I'm proud of you". So awkward. And at mass, for the homily, the priest was cracking me up. He starts out asking the kids what shep[herds are bla bla bla to build up to the theme of Jesus is our shepherd and stuff...and then he goes "But when Jesus isn't leading you the world is a scary place. Like the shepherd, there are wolves out there that will TEAR your flesh, and robbers who will cut you to pieces, and hunters who will kill you!!!...but only if you don't follow your shepherd..." My aunt also gave her a used celtic cross, we left mass early to go soak it in vinegar so it looked new. It ended up being her favorite gift, and then "Oh my God this is beautiful, where did you GET it?!" Then she froze and laughed and went to the bathroom. I was amused, but I have to go now and not do this.
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the 3rd [May. 6th, 2006|11:15 pm]
[Current Location |my "tower"]
[feeling |blahwhat]
[groovy |badly drawn boy/ani difranco]

Since the other 2 livejournal C(K)aitl(a)n(d)s updated, I might as well.

I should be doing so many other things right now, but I won't.

At work a man ordered a cobb salad. He came back in 5 minutes and asked me for barbeque sauce.
I met a cello player and told him cello was my favorite string instrument. he thought I was sucking up, but it really is. He said that he thought it would have been the harp. I don't know what that's supposed to mean.

The end of school is so close it's forever away.

I'll be in Maine most of the summer, everyone come. Can't drive? There's a bus station in Harpswell. Life experiences are good.

Speaking, or typing of driving...my road test is Tuesday. That's all I have to say. I might get my aunts old car...but it's a stick. My older cousin took the other aunt-car, but he has seniority over me. I will have to learn how to drive a stick.

I saw my gay neighbor out on a date today. They had matching sweaters on. They also went to the symphony. Phillip hates classical music.

Ok, here, I'll write this list and go to bed. What am I doing anyway, getting home at 10 is such an inconvenient time goddamnit. You're not tired enough to go to bed, but too tired to go out. So this is what happens.

Favorites (as of right now at 11:26/May 6th)

color: green
food: wheat bagles...butter, honey
subject: art
bordeom buster: NOT livejournal
phrase: "calm the fuck down and shut the fuck up" (brittany)
experience: when you notice that you just were involved in something really cliche, like when the girls at F lunch were talking about tanning and boys
linguistics: using, "omni" or using tons of adverbs, or hainvg half spanish half english even if you know how to say the whole thing in both langueges
song: 'spring and a storm' tally hall
thing to do: watch the office
show: the office/ always seinfeld
character on the office: pyhillis, or kevin, or jim, i hate michael. i hate angela.
voice: maura ferrarini
vegetable: elizabeth cullinan
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(no subject) [Feb. 9th, 2006|04:51 pm]
[groovy |velvet underground/ nick drake]

So, Kaitland Landkait wrote the wildest story of all time. I want to coin it on her. I recommend it for comfortable enlightenment.

Ha, I used the phrase comfortably numb today and felt guilty. I'm sorry Syd Barret, I shall include a works cited for my own guilt-ridden sake

Works Cited

Barret, Syd; Awesome, 1960something.
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Classicly Boring [Feb. 7th, 2006|08:38 pm]
[feeling |apatheticapathetic]
[groovy |Shoot the Moon]

My Day (in steps)

1. I ran to catch the bus. In a parka.
2. I hate the bus.
3. At breakfast, Prisby screamed.
4. Mr. House's bonus was "Name five Beatles songs".
5. Hooray for chemical equations.
6. Senora esta...no ES locisima.
7. Mr. Decoteau will fight to the death to defend Star Warss honor.
8. The lunch table had so many people around it there were layers. Atomic orbitals if you will.
9. I sat with Will Ward.
10. An hour of creative writing drained me of any creative juices in my body/mind/soul. We talked about gay people.
11. Haha, Krupa.
12. It took me 45 minutes to draw an egg.
13. Why did I go home on the bus?
14. I danced by myself to Rusted Root, while eating cereal. Yeah, cereal-dancing.
15. I did nothing in 57 different ways.
16. I ended up here.
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Holy Wow [Dec. 23rd, 2005|10:54 am]
[feeling |Maine?]
[groovy |I'm in Maine?]

My friends page is a fanbase for manic depression

I guess it's my duty to be the jerk that everyone else wants to punch in the nose and says "Cheer up guys!"

Cheer up guys!
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Thanks for give give give giving [Nov. 24th, 2005|04:59 pm]
[feeling |thankfulthankful]
[groovy |Chatter]

Hey, It's Thanksgiving and I need to pee.
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(no subject) [Sep. 10th, 2005|10:36 pm]





I want to BATHE IN IT

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(no subject) [Sep. 5th, 2005|08:49 pm]
Bye bye life.
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(no subject) [Sep. 3rd, 2005|04:12 pm]
[feeling |relievedrelieved]
[groovy |I'm A Loser - Vince Guaraldi/ Wheels In The Sky - Journey]

Well, once upon a time, I decided to get a few things I needed to do out of the way.

So - Go to the library, pick up Nine Stories (which came in for me), then go to TTrends hair salon and talk to Trudy about...hair troubles.

After that, since I was around, I decided to stop into Goodwill since they had just received tons and tons of books which I wanted to go through and find the good ones.

I had my bag with me (my favorite bag at that) with my i-pod, book from the library, key to the bike lock that was keeping my bike from being stolen outside, around $60, random tickets stubs, my library card, a bottle of perfume, and other silly things that I seem to tote around with me.

My bag, was getting quite a bit to hold on the my shoulder, so I simply put it down on the table behind me.

As I got lost in The World Of Intriging Used Books, I occasionally found myself and kept an eye on my bag.

Then, on my gazillionth time of checking, I looked up to see an empty table, and felt my heart go bazerk in my chest.

I didn't know what to do, I was walking frantically around the store, then into the parking lot repeatedly ready to chase after someone yelling. After a couple spastic laps like that, I asked the lady at the counter if she saw someone take it. She said she didn't even know there was a bag there. I went out into the parking lot and saw this couple sitting down on the fence lining the parking lot, and I asked them. They told me the same thing, that they had not seen it.

Since my bike was locked up and I had no key, I still (for some reason) did my laps through the store.

Let me remind you, I was still in hysterics. So, I was probably entertaining many people as I hopped in and out of the store, crying, muttering to myself.

So, I started to mentally accept the fact that everything and my bag was lost forever, and that I would begin to walk home and leave my bike there.

And, as I'm walking out the couple I had talked to was walking in holding my bag!

It had been dumped out, two buildings away and they had brought it back to me when they saw it! Everything was in my bag (including my i-pod) except the $60 (but still my wallet).

I kind of dramatically hugged and thanked the two strangers that (it seemed like at the time) saved my life and my sanity.

Scariest thing EVER.
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