Thursday, June 28, 2007

Six Years...

How much have you changed in 6 years?

***** Six years ago *****

1.) How old were you?:
22 + 1 day

2.) Where did you go to school?
I was out of school.

3.) Where did you work?:
Communications department at Goodwill.

4.) Where did you live?:
Laurel. Actually, at this point in 01, I was in the process of moving from an awful apartment into an awesome one.

5.) Where did you hang out?:
I don't think I had discovered Champion's yet, so I have no idea.

6.) Did you wear glasses?

7.) Who was your best friend?

8.) How many tattoos did you have?:

9.) How many piercings did you have?:
Just ears

10.) What car did you drive?:
1988 Chevy Nova...the only non-Toyota car I've ever had.

11.) Had you been to a real party?
I'd even thrown a few.

12.) Had You had your heart broken?:

13.) Single/Taken/Married/Divorced?:

***** Today *****

1.) How old are you?:
28 + 1 day

2.) Where do you go to school?
Catholic University

3.) Where do you work?:
I have 1 1/2 days of being a PR professional left, then it's unemploymentville. Thank God.

4.) Where do you live?
I'm in the process of moving from an awful apartment in Takoma Park to an awesome house in Burtonsville.

5.) Where do you hang out?:
Oh, here there and everywhere. I still haven't found a hangout to rival Champions, but I'm trying.

6.) Do you wear glasses?

7.) Who are your best friends/close friends?
Jackie, Joan, Tracy, McCay, O.

8.) Do you talk to your old friends?:

9.) How many piercings do you have?:
Just ears.

10.) How many tattoos?:
None. I'm not really a tattoo kind of girl.

11.) What kind of car do you have?:
1992 Toyota Camry

12.) Has your heart been broken?:


Monday, June 25, 2007

A Few Words For My Professor...

1. I don't care about your cat. In fact, I may require therapy to erase the memory of that incident yesterday in which you impersonated your cat, complete with meowing.

2. As an adult, I do realize that cats are incapable of speech or typing. As such, I don't need to get an email from your cat.

3. I would appreciate learning something in this class, aside from the names of your cats and their behavioral habits. So far, this has not happened. If I will continue to learn nothing, I would prefer that my $2,500 be refunded.

4. I will not critique your fashion choices. I will, however, request that you begin brushing your hair. Or at least washing it.

5. Way to reinforce the stereotype of librarians as frumpy old women with no social skills and an unnatural obsession with cats. Thanks for nothing.

For once in my life, I think I'm going to enjoy doing a course evaluation.

Monday, June 4, 2007

Procrastination by Evite

I sent an Evite today. If you didn't get it, don't worry. Check out the bulletin that I posted. But that is not my point today. My point is that once I send an Evite, I check it compulsively. Like, every ten minutes compulsively. And the feeling of joy that I feel when I see the screen that says that I have new responses...well, let's just say that I understand that it's an overreaction and leave it at that.

Please somebody tell me that I'm not alone in this.

Friday, June 1, 2007

I hate this time of year

I have resigned myself to the fact that I'll be sharing my kitchen with baby praying mantises for the time being. But as of tonight, the crickets are back.

I can't wait for moving day.