it's been a while.
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news in my life since i was 23?
- live in ATL
- am an attorney
- got a tattoo
- obsessed with WILD FLAG
- got a cat, wilma:
Thu, Nov. 23rd, 2006, 05:40 pm
Sun, Oct. 22nd, 2006, 07:42 pm
jolene is pretty much the coolest country song ever.
Sat, Aug. 26th, 2006, 01:54 pm
while shopping for ferns & porch sittin' furniture for my fabulous screened in porch, I found this little guy at Lowes, and in typically haley fashion, made an impulse buy and called him roger:
oh, and his head bobbles. how trashy!
THIS JUST IN:
apparently, they officially decided that Pluto is NOT a planet.
lame, now i have to come up with a new mnemonic device.
I've decided to get a bit sentimental about the first day of school, even though it's the second fall i've been out of college. Working in the heart of campus, it's definitely a rush when class is back in session. I know I'm silly, but it's fun to watch people reunite, to talk about classes, to ask for directions. I guess it's because I just loved college so damn much. I don't miss alot of the hassles or deadlines, but the first day of meeting new professors and seeing who all is in your class was always exciting.
So, to be incredibly dorky, and because I know most of the classes and am familiar with so many professors by this time after working with the Course Reserves Department, here is this semester's dream schedule pour moi:
HIST4250-History of Cinema, Beginnings to 1945 (Ascheid)
ARHI4920-Postmodern Visual Culture (Wallace)
ENGL4690-Anglo-American Modernism (Rasula)
HIST4392-History of 20th Century France (Pollard)
Le sigh. I've had half of these profs, and know the other two. They're all brilliant.
It's funny because i don't really want to go to liberal arts gradschool, but just would rather take upperlevel undergrad courses again.
Tue, Aug. 8th, 2006, 10:36 pm
so friday night, instead of going to manman at the 40 watt, we got sucked into watching Ghost
During which we all shared a mutual love for whoopi goldberg. In an eerie life-is-stranger-than-fiction coincidence, the very next day Sister Act
Tue, Aug. 1st, 2006, 10:29 pm
Having been scrubbing like a fiend since, oh, friday, at various houses, I've experimented with some of the newest high-tech cleaning products on the market today, including this one:
I cannot describe how well this little guy works, or how it works. I've talked to 2 other people about it and we can only conclude that it is in fact pure cancer. Sure it works, but it's probably just gonna kill us.
seriously, it works better than bleach, and it just a dry little rag. what the hell?!
Sun, Jul. 23rd, 2006, 09:07 am
so, portland is pretty much heaven.