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I realize I've referenced my journal both on Facebook and on various email lists.  It is friends only, so if you want to be able to actually read the stuff written here, leave a comment on this post. 
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Does anyone else have a dreamwidth account?  Comment with your addy for your journal there. ;

Also on LJ

Jul. 28th, 2011 12:55 pm
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I'm also on LJ, but since it's being dumb (and has been being dumb) here's a new journal.

LJ addy, for those interested:
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Bud Light Jenga House: 9
Betty White Snickers Football: 6
Creepy Shuffling Football Team: 2
Ninja Bark Collar Doritos: 7.5
Overprotective Child Doritos: 5.5
2012 Space Station Bud Light: 8
Simpsons Coke: 5.5
Go Daddy Massage Creeper: 4
Doritos Zombie Casket: 6
AutoTuned Bud Light: 6.5
Fiddling Beaver Monster: 8
Free Willy Bridgestone: 5
Genius Child 4
Budweiser Bridge Builders: 6
Career Builder Naked Fridays: 8
Dockers No Pants Choir: 6.5
LOST Bud Light: 5
Well Known Overture w/ Full Life of Dude Abitrary Dove: 8
Bitter Boyfriend Monologue Dodge Charger: 5
Dead Boxed Flowers: 4
Midget KISS Dr. Pepper: 5.5
6 More Weeks of Football: 5
Whipped Boyfriend Flo TV: 5.5
Sad Intel Robot: 7
"My Generation" Flo TV: 6.5
CarMax Dramatic Prairie Dog and Dramatic Cockatiel: 4.5
Miller High Life Small Business: 4
Megan Fox Motorola Sexting: 5
Blind Man Color Punch VW: 7
All Rooster Denny Egg Layers: 4.5
Homeaway Worst Vacation Ever: 4
Supervillians Fail Bridgestone: 4
kgb sumo wrestling: 6
Sleepwalking Safari for Coke: 5.5
eTrade cheating Babies: 4
Census Snapshot of America: 4
Google Dating Tips: 9
Sock Monkey Dreams Big: 7.5
Blue Light Special Chase Not Alone: 4
Vizio Robot Revolution: 6.5
Emerald Nuts Stupid Human Tricks: 6
Dante's Inferno Game: 4
Budweiser Babies Grow Up: 5
Clepto-Squirrel Collects for Winter: 5.5
Denny's Screaming Roosters in Space: 5
Green Police: 8.5
Taco Bell Music Video: 4
Dorito Samuri: 9
Bud Light Book Club Creeper: 7
eTrade Crying babies: 3
Go Daddy fake news flasher:
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eTrade Airplane baby: 4
Carmax Dramatic Marmoset & Dog: 5
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 Saturday started out normal enough.  Last time Thom came up we went to the Park of Roses and walked around, talking about how we should come back next time to take pretty pictures.  So when he came up this weekend it was completely unexpected that he suggested we go back to the park to take pictures.  We got lunch at Mark Pi's (my fortune was "You will do something different this coming weekend."  Maybe I should put more stock in fortune cookies...) and then headed back to the apartment to grab jackets and cameras.  It was kind of sprinkling outside, but not bad, and stopped by the time we left.  We got the Park of Roses, Thom with his video camera, and me with my digital camera.  He was video taping, saying things like "And this is the Queen Anne rose" and stuff like that.  Naming the roses varieties as we went along.  We each went off in our own directions.  I was taking close up shots of the flowers and he was doing an overview of the garden in general it seemed.  We'd call each other over to see particular varieties of roses that we found particularly appealing so the other could see them.  The sky was beginning to get rather ominous when Thom called me over to take a look at a pretty variety of rose.  I got distracted a few times on the way over, seeing flowers that I needed to take pictures of :).  Right as I was getting up to head over, it started raining.  Thom was kneeling beside the rose bush and I looked down and saw the ring in the center of one of the roses.  He looked up at me and said "I beleive this is the 'will you marry me rose'."  I squeed, said yes, kind of fell down on to Thom to hug him, and then go drenched as it started down pouring in earnest.  I slipped the ring on, and we walked back to the car, not even really caring about the rain, save that it was really cold. I don't know that I've ever actually been so happy that I cried before.
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I'll do this tonight, since by the time we get home tomorrow I'll prolly be back into full-on freak-out-about-homework mode.  Bristol was a good time.  The Faire is Big!  With my limited memory, comparable to Michigan.  I think it's almost too big for my taste, thought that could just be the cast, and not the actual size.  There were three sections of cast, the Nobles w/ the Queen (around 30 members), Robin Hood and his Merry Men and the Towsfolk (dunno how many, prolly around 20 or so), and the peasant dancers (20 or so).  The three groups don't interact with each other at all, and only seemed to marginally interact with playtrons.  We're planning on following the Robin Hood plot line tomorrow, so we'll see how that goes.  But the Nobles had such a huge court and just didn't interact really at all with any one outside of it.  Though the cute guy who played Philip Howard was at least aware of other people and played a tad with us.  

The peasants did the dancing and the "pub sing" (more on that later).  For on thing, there was no advertising, and thus no crowd for either the dancing or the pub sing.  And by no crowd I literally mean Liz, Corinne, and myself we the only ones watchings. The dances were very so-so, and slow!  They did Rufty Tufty, but slower than we do, and that made it less interesting. They also did the version of Gay Gordons that we learned at VARF.  So that was happy. (I like that version, though I do miss the polka).  We tried to talk to them and they kinda of ignored us and circled away.  Made me feel like a heckler, even thoguh logically that makes no sense.  And as for the pub sing at the end of the day... They have no pub!  Or rather, no seating.  There's a bar and then the street all around it.  The pub sing was conducted by the peasant group again, and wasn't very good, thoguh that could have been because it was hard to hear.  We wandered off about half way thru, partly because of sore feet and wanting to actually be able to sit somewhere, partly because we realized we were standing right next to a bee's nest, and partly because the pub sing just wasn't worth it.  

Tomorrow we're going to go watch Robin Hood and his merry Men for a bit.  They're the only ones who have fighting, and that is a very limited amount, and all unannounced lane fights.  I don't know how late we're staying, though prolly not too too late. I wore my red and yellow garb today, and I'm just going to wear my cameleon tomorrow methinks.  More comfy and maybe a little cooler (Though the heat wasn't that bad anyways).  

 In other news, I bought nice comfy Son of Sandler knee high buckle boots.  Comfy comfy!  I also visited the juggling booth and one of the girls there showed me some new pi tricks, so I have something to practice for awhile.  She explained the five beat weave a little better, and showed me how to Butterfly and some tricks that branch off that, and do a 3 beat spin.  
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So, I've been trying to find recipes for cold dishes, and came across a recipe for Chilled Avocado Cilantro Soup.  I thought, well, I like cilantro, and I love avocados, so why not.  It actually turned out really tasty!  It's more filling than I thought it would be, too.  Bonus lunches this week!

Here's the Recipe:


  • 4 avocados - peeled, pitted and diced
  • 1 shallot, finely chopped
  • 3 1/2 cups cold chicken broth
  • 2 tablespoons tomato paste
  • 1 teaspoon hot pepper sauce 
  • 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice, or to taste
  • 1 tablespoon tequila (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 tablespoons sour cream


  1. In a large food processor, combine the avocado, shallot, chicken broth, tomato paste, hot pepper sauce, lime juice and tequila. Reserve a little bit of cilantro for garnish, then put the rest into the processor. Process until smooth. If you have an immersion blender, you may do this in a pot or large bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Transfer to a large bowl, cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving.
  2. To serve, divide the soup between four chilled bowls. Top with a dollop of sour cream and a sprig of cilantro.
Some changes I would make next time:
- more cilantro (definitely more), hot sauce and lime juice (i like a little more of a kick)
- add a little garlic
- use veggie broth instead of chicken broth
- nix the sour cream, I thought it took away from the lovely buttery avocado taste

Book List

Jun. 17th, 2009 01:10 pm
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A List of Books I Need to Read:

The Queen's Fool - Philippa Gregory
The Other Boleyn Girl - Philippa Gregory
The Constant Princess - Philippa Gregory
The Boleyn Inheritence - Philippa Gregory
Three Cups of Tea - Greg Mortenson & Dan Oliver Relin
The High King's Tomb - Kristen Britain
Bloodhound - Tamora Pierce
I Was Told There'd Be Cake - Sloane Crosley
Tales From the Teachers' Lounge - Robert Wilder
Elantris - Brandon Sanderson
Warbreaker - Brandon Sanderson
The Jungle - Upton Sinclair
Paradise Lost - John Milton
The Joy Luck Club - Amy Tan
The Good Earth - Pearl S Buck
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell - Susanna Clark
Labyrinth - Kate Mosse
Sepulchre - Kate Mosse
Bliztcat - Robert Westall
Bleak House - Charles Dickens
Northanger Abbey - Jane Austen
American Gods - Neil Gaiman
The Graveyard Book - Neil Gaiman
Tintenhertz - Cornelia Funke
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle - Haruki Murakami
My Sister's Keeper - Jodi Picoult
Jim The Boy - Tony Earley
Remains of the Day - Kazuo Ishiguro
The Unbearable Lightness of Being - Milan Kundera
The Last Child in the Woods - Richard Louv
Fool - Chris Moore
Good Omens - Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman

A List of Series I Need to Read:

Discworld - Terry Pratchett
Mistborn - Brandon Sanderson
Dragonlance - Margaret Weis
Merlin's Descendants - Irene Radford
Stargods - Irene Radford
Twilight - Stephanie Meyers

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Mostly for me to keep my dates straight for the summer. If anyone is interested in going to Faires or other stuff over the summer, these are the tentative dates I'll be going, should you care to meet up or whatevs. Things (other than the academic things) may not happen depending on my level of busy. We'll see. I'm being hopeful right now.

June 11-15
Visiting Amanda in Virginia

June 19
The Three Musketeers - Schiller Park

June 20
Fees due for CSCC Comm 105

June 22
Classes start

July 1
Fingerprinting and Background check for M.Ed.

July 9
The Tempest - Schiller Park

July 11
Kentucky (Louisville) Faire

July 17-19
Bristol Faire

July 25
PRAXIS content area

July 25-26
Dayton Celtic Festival

July 31-August 2
Dublin Irish Festival

August 7
As You Like It - Schiller Park

August 14-15
Great Lakes Faire

August 21
Great Big Sea in Virginia

September 11-13
Michigan Faire
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Did some Glow-stick Poi at Relay for Life tonight.  (and i knocked myself in the head once) 


Apr. 6th, 2009 10:12 pm
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I'm worried about Velcro.  He's been acting out of sorts these past couple days and I noticed tonight when I got home that he seemed to be warmer than usual.  Amanda concurred that he's toasty.  I don't know how to tell if a cat has a fever or not, or if it's even something to worry about.  He's seems to be alternately being really touchy and really lovey.  And while, it's Velcro, and I expect him to be more skittish than a lot of other cats I know, it's been more so than usual, and then more lovey than he normally is too.  I called Jeff for advice.  He's grown up with cats and told me what else to watch for (bloody stool or urine, makes sure he keeps eating and drinking and using the litterbox); things I generally already know, but it was good to be reassured that I am indeed watching the right things.  The difficult think is going to be telling what Velcro's doing vs what Diego is doing and watching Diego to be sure he doesn't start showing any of the same signs.  Velcro's never had a hairball, and has eaten things I didn't even think were possible to eat and has never had a problem before.  He did get sick last year when he was at home and was "pitiful" according to my parents for a few weeks.  Now I'm trying to remember what month that was, and if there's any possible correlation...  *sighs* maybe I'm just being paranoid and he's just sad that Spring went away again so soon too.  

Velcro seems to be doing a little better this morning.  He's still more spazzy than usual, but his energy level seems to be picking back up.  He and Diego are doing their morning "run."  At least he's not as 'blah' and listless as he was yesterday.  Maybe he has just been having a bad couple days.  We'll see how he is when I get home from work today.  Hopefully Diego hasn't driven him to murder by that point.
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 Anybody know what it means if your tongue is swollen?  Well, or at least it feels swollen?  I think maybe I've been chewing on it in my sleep.  Is that even possible?  Wouldn't I have woken up if I was nomming my own tongue in my sleep?  I'm having Ender's Game dejavu:   "I don't care how much you eat, Ender, self-cannibalism won't get you out of this school."  It doesn't matter how much I nom, self-cannibalism won't get me out of this job...
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We went camping this weekend at Hocking Hills.  Lot of fun, even though it was cold and wet.  I had work until 4 on Friday, so Rob, Amanda, Kyle and I got there a little later than everyone else.  When we got there, after having gotten my tent all set up and whatnot, Kyle, Liz and I went exploring down in the ravine and looked out at the lake.  Peaceful, naturey goodness.  When we wandered back to camp the deliberation over how to start a fire began.  When we'd finally gotten some dry wood Rob, MJ and I got to work and building the fire and being a 3-way bellows system to get it nice and hot.  I luckily remembered to bring a fire-proof glove.  Unfortunately, I couldn't find the other one, so we only had a glove for the right hand.  I tended the fire while the others got the ingredients for ho-bo dinners all prepared.  Tasty tasty ho-bo dinners with sausage, ground turkey, garlic, red and green peppers, onions, corn, pepper-jack cheese, and S&P.  I had the fire glove so I did most of the putting the aluminum foil wrapped dinners in the fire and taking them out again, trading off the duty so I could eat when mine was done.  Then it was s'mores time!  Tasty grahams, dark chocolate, and marshmallows.  People who like the flaming 'mallows are silly.  You must roast them to perfection, where they are golden brown all the way around and gooey on the inside.  Nomnom!  Then off to bed and talking and whatnot.  Liz, Kyle and I had the right idea, and shared a tent.  Everyone else insisted on cramming into the two remaining tents packed like sardines.  They said it was for body heat, but we were fine in our tent with the three of us and plenty of blankets.  Not to mention we had room to roll over and breathe without feeling as though we were being smothered.  

It got pretty cold that first night and we did end up cozying together a bit.  Liz and I ended up waking up a little before five to go pee and found that Kurt and Sarah's dad were already up and had the fire going again.  So we huddled around that for warmth for a bit.  Soon Kyle wandered out complaining then when I got up I took my warmth with me and he was freezing.  As more people got up we started on breakfast: bacon and eggs over the fire.  Liz and I were doing most of the cooking and decided if people weren't up yet, then they would just have to cook their own breakfast.  We ended up breaking camp around 945 to start hiking.  I was carrying my hiking backpack filled with the lunches for the day, the first aid kit, and a water-proof blanket.  Decently heavy, but when I put it on and got everything all strapped down, it was like I was barely carrying anything.  I only noticed a touch of limited mobility.  It was pretty cool experiencing first hand how well hiking backpacks work.  

Liz and I trailed behind the rest of the group for most of the day.  Big groups of 14 people are silly, especially when you're out in nature and trying to enjoy the happy nature sounds and sights.  We took a few pictures and enjoyed the scenery.  Amanda was happy in her wellies, because she could walk in the river and ferry people across it and stuff.  We started a the Upper Falls and then worked our way towards Old Man's Cave.  I still like the dark tunnel that cuts through the cliff face.  After wandering around that area for awhile we headed out towards Cedar Falls.  The signs say it's two mile hike fro Old Man's Cave to the Cedar Falls, but we all agreed that was a horrible lie.  It was definitely farther than that.  But anyways, we made it to Cedar Falls, Liz and I almost the last ones to arrive.  But I wasn't worried, after all, I had the lunches :).  The only trouble I had with the backpack happened at this point.  We were jumping from rock to rock to get across the river to the other side where we were going to have lunch.  As I was jumping I slipped down the slope of the final rock and couldn't climb up the face of it because I couldn't curve my back to give my arms the proper leverage so I could push myself up.  I was able to hold myself there and Jake came over and pulled me up.  

Lunch was peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.  I could tell I was hungry because the peanut butter didn't bother me nearly as much as normal.  We also had cheese curls, pretzels and potato chips.  Lunch right next to the falls was really nice, though it started getting cold, especially as most of us were barefoot for the break in walking.  After lunch we headed up to the Gorge Overlook Trail, and nice easy trail compared to the two previous ones.  There were no boulders to climb over, or streams to cross or roots to navigate.  It was just a wide trail that meandered uphill towards the end.  When we got to the dam at the top of the trail we rested and waited to the rest of the group to catch up, while we sat at the edge of Rose Lake.  We weren't entirely sure which way we should go to get back to base camp, though we knee we were camped at the edge of the lake.  Figuring Jake and MJ could take care of the themselves, we decided to go around the lake to the right.  Bad choice.  It ended up being the most incorrect direction we could have picked.  If we had gone left, we would have reached our campsite in 5 or so minutes.  Instead we walked through the woods to the other tip of the lake, and realized that we must have gone the wrong way.  I enjoyed this portion of the hike.  Through the woods on a trail not much better than a deer trail, right along the edge of the lake.  We reached the Blind Observation Shed and decided that instead of walking all the way back around the other side of the lake to base camp, we'd head up the Lake Trail to the road that goes through the camp ground.  We followed that road back to base camp (stopping at the only working bathroom on the way) and gratefully collapsed back at base camp.  

It still was rather early, only 3 or so.  So we waited a bit and then got the fire going again.  Dinner was hot dogs and baked cinnamon apples.  So tasty. After dinner we sat around a played one round of Emporer's (a game played with a deck of tarot cards where you bet on people's fates) then I explained the basics of tarot with the help of my Rider-White deck.  

I've been too busy to finish updating about this, maybe later.  But here's this half.
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stolen from jess:
You Are An ENFJ
The Giver

You strive to maintain harmony in relationships, and you usually succeed.
Articulate and enthusiastic, you are good at making personal connections.
Sometimes you idealize relationships too much - and end up being let down.
You find the most energy and comfort in social situations ... where you shine.

In love, you are very protective and supporting.
However, you do need to "feel special" - and it's quite easy for you to get jealous.

At work, you are a natural leader. You can help people discover their greatest potential.
You would make a good writer, human resources director, or psychologist.

How you see yourself: Trusting, idealistic, and expressive

When other people don't get you, they see you as: Bossy, inappropriate, and loud

Fun fun day

Mar. 7th, 2009 10:59 pm
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Today was a good day.  We (guildies and others) celebrated the coming of Spring Indian style with the festival of Holi.  Basically you throw brightly colored powders on eachother.  It's the festival of colors.  There are some excellent pictures of us on Facebook.  The throwing of colors also involves eggs, yogurt, soda, among other things.  The weather was gorgeous and windy and it smells like Spring!  

For dinner (after a shower where it looked like blood was running off me) a group of us went to B-dubs and played some trivia.   This was all a way to hang out and pre-game before the Mythbusters talk.  On the way to the RPAC for the event we took a few minutes to play the outdoor metal drum set thinger.  

Mythbusters was awesome.  It was with Kari and Grant.  They talked about their favorite shows and myths and what they liked best about working on the show and blowing stuff up, etc.  Then they took questions from the audience.  Grant apparently worked on Battle Bots, and piloted R2D2 in the prequel movies.  

After that we wandered around outside and climbed trees on the Oval.  It was just windy enough to get a little sway in the upper branches.  The bad news about the day is I think I may be getting a cold or something.  My throat is killing me.  Although I think that may be because i swallowed to many of the colored powders this morning.  On the other hand I'm beginning to get achy.  So, no good.  I think I may be going to bed here shortly.
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 Today was a garb workshop for Guild.  People actually showed up and worked, which makes me more happy than it should.  Jennifer seems interested in taking over from me, so it's time to start training my shadow. :)  We also approved Garb as official Sub-Guild and got garb workshops moved to their own time on Saturdays.  This mean no more hellish 11 hour workshops.  We can divide it up into nice managable 4 or 5 hour workshops.  

We're also in the process of completely re-vamping the Guild Constitution.  It will be the first time since 2000.  A lot of it will be rewording and changing things that we already do, but because the Constitution hasn't been updated in so long aren't specified are are actually contraditory because we've found better ways to do things.  

Faire should be good this year.  Things are off to a good start and our cast is great and we have so many people who are dedicated and passionate this year.  yay guild!
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OSU M.Ed!!!!!!!!
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 So, my car got smashed into over the weekend.  The entire rear bumper shattered and the trunk popped up a bit.  

It was just parked on 14th minding it's own business.  Anyways, I had no information until today when the police accident report finally came in.  The driver was drunk and stated "he couldn't remember what had happened."  Turns out my car wasn't the only one that got hit.  The car parked behind me was also side-swiped.  So, the accident report said that the driver's got insurance, and his insurance is going to pay for everything.  So I went to CarStar today to get and estimate.  $1685.76.  Thank god I'm not paying for it.  Still going to be a pain in the ass to take to get fixed and what not.  I need to try and get it done before my new job starts on March 24th, so I have a car to drive to get there.  Hopefully I can get it all taken care of when I go home in a couple weeks.  

In other news, this is the last week of February.  That means I should find out about grad school either this week or next week.  I'm super anxious all over again, and it sucks.  I keep trying really hard not to think about what happens if I don't get in.  I'm trying to take things one step at a time right now.  I have back up plans, I just would rather not have to worry about them and just get into the M.Ed. program here.  

Guild stuff is going well.  I've been posting some videos of Madrigal and other guild-related things to YouTube  I'm learning how to use iMovie on my Mac.  I think it's silly that they got rid of all the useful features (like slowing down and speeding up clips, and putting them in black & white) in iMovie '08.  To do anything like that I still have to take the files to the multi-media lab in Sullivant.  I've been working a few sewing projects.  Thom's hose have been on hold recently because he's been busy with schoolwork and I haven't gotten him to try mock-ups on for me.  I'm working on new garb for this year (I was originally going to just wear my dress again, until I absolutely loved how well my scarlet and gold bodice turned out).  I'm in the process of making a French hood to go with it.  I'm currently on mock-up #2, which should actually be wearable.  The first attempt ended up way to small.  It wouldn't even fit the small girls in guild, so if anyone has a younger sibling who they think would want a red and blue French hood, let me know. (Meg, would this be useful to any of your theatre groups?)

Things with Thom are still going smoothly.  We've both been really busy and stressed out, but it hasn't seemed to put too much stress on our relationship.  Things will be much better once I find out about grad school.  We've found a place to live next year that we both really like, but we don't want to sign anything until I find out for sure where I'll be.  It's a little townhouse on Tompkins.  We'd still be close enough to campus to be able to get to classes next year, but far enough away to hopefully get away from all the crazy noise.  (Supposedly we'd also have garage parking. Yay!)

The kitties are doing well.  Velcro has mellowed out so much and so now Diego pretty much has rule over the apartment.  He can be a little menace, but he's such a cuddle whore and so cute that you can forget about it most of the time.  He likes to be involved in all the garb making to the point of putting his paws between the scissor blades.  Luckily there have been no accidents yet, but I still have to be really careful with him around.  Velcro is really warming up to Thom and Amanda.  He's taking to sitting with Thom in the morning and curling up against his legs.  

I think that's all for now.  Over and out!
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I have another job interview thing tomorrow at 10 am. It's hard to stay motivated about these things when they seem completely pointless because it's damn near impossible to get a job anywhere.
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 Madrigal last night went even better than Madrigal last week.  I got lots of compliments on the performance and on Thom's garb.  I think it's kind of funny that there were a total of 4 people wearing stuff I made  MJ wore my chemise, Amanda wore my bodice, Liz wore my dress, and Thom wore the garb I'd made for him.  Kurt and I had an awesome fight.  It was the best we'd performed it yet.  Though I did accidently actually stomp on his foot.  I got Thom to record our fight and "Don't Stop Believin'" which I'll be putting up on YouTube at some point in the near future.  

We went to Cornerstone this morning, as is tradition.  I wasn't originally sure if I was gonna go, because Thom and I had planned on getting brunch with his parents, but then when we did get there ended up staying longer than planned.  I had missed Rennie socializing I guess.  

I'm also getting antsy about garb again.  I feel like I haven't sewed in awhile and I miss it.  It


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