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06 September 2014 @ 12:57 am
Just a reminder that I'm still around to any of my LJ buddies who are still hanging around.


I'm on tumblr now if anyone else is

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Current Location: Pennsylvania, yo
Current Mood: energeticenergetic
Current Music: Amy Lee - Aftermath
03 August 2011 @ 11:51 pm

Current Mood: gigglygiggly
22 May 2011 @ 03:40 pm
My best friend Leah got accepted to NYU's grad school program, and I'm hoping to follow her up there and get a job of my own. In fact, I applied to Juilliard's music program to me a Schedule Administrator. I looked over all the responsibilities and requirements and I feel like it would be the PERFECT job. Our friend Lizzie is also looking, and while I know that living in New York isn't a piece of cake, mostly because it's hella expensive, I really, really, REALLY need to try for this. Going there with friends, sharing an apartment, finding a job in the arts that would keep me busy? It's too good to be true, but Leah is going, so the possibility of me going is upped 100%.

I am frightened, doubtful, apprehensive, but determined as hell.

Here's hoping.
Current Location: B&N
Current Mood: hopefulhopeful
19 May 2011 @ 05:16 pm
My brother joined the Navy. He shipped out a few weeks ago and is now being discharged because some military psychologist asked him a few questions and thinks that's enough to diagnose him with Dissociative Anxiety Disorder.

WHAT THE HELL?! First of all, I don't think you can ask him a few questions and just know that he has Dissociative Anxiety Disorder. No one thinks this makes sense - not my family, not his friends, nor anyone who's met him at boot camp. It's just ridiculous and I absolutely hate this system. Matt is feeling like a failure and damaged and all sorts of things, and I cannot express how much I hate the people who've put him through this.

Also, I think the medication for my stomach ulcer is making me depressed. Huzzah.

IN OTHER NEWS: Nope, that's it.

Life sucks and then you die.

... I'm seriously not this BLAH, really, my sense of humor has just crossed into the dark side.
Current Location: Home
Current Mood: depresseddepressed
Current Music: the Graham Norton Show
17 May 2011 @ 07:02 pm



Current Mood: annoyedannoyed
14 May 2011 @ 11:42 am
And it's started...

Title: His Pile of Good Things
Author: itmustbetuesday
Rating: G
Warnings: Spoilers for series 6, but nothing that hasn't already aired
Words: 1,154
Characters: Eleven, Amy, Rory (mentioned briefly)
Author's Note: Haven't written a fanfic in years, and I really don't know what possessed me to write this one. It's just a little ficlet, a small moment where I sort of get my bearings I suppose.

“How long are you going to stay with me, Amelia?”Collapse )
Current Location: Home
Current Mood: restlessrestless
Current Music: Adele - Hometown Glory
12 May 2011 @ 09:46 am
Just installed a new mood theme, which is a combination of kohler's Amy Pond theme and cowboyhd's Donna Noble theme. What can I say? I love my ginger companions.

And since I'll probably never tell you I'm horny, enjoy this gem!
Current Location: work
Current Mood: hornyhorny
09 May 2011 @ 09:41 am
Cary Fukunaga's Jane Eyre is brilliantly rendered onto the screen. Upfront I must say that I have not read the book, although I tried many years ago and didn't get too far in. My comments will be based solely on the film's merit rather than the story itself, or how it correlates with the original work.

Mia Wasikowska is brilliant as the mousy governess whose childhood is "your average tale of woe." Her performance is understated and refined, although at times I wished I could see a little bit more of what Jane was thinking or feeling. Part of that fault lay with the character, however, as Jane Eyre is incredibly guarded. Her chemistry with everyone onscreen is palpable, although non more so than Michael Fassbender's Rochester. I can't gush enough about everyone's performances in this film, but Michael Fassbender was simply astonishing. He plays the dark, brooding side of Rochester without tainting those moments where the man is jovial and lighthearted. Those who've read a Bronte novel, or any novel where there is a brooding leading man, should know what it is I feared from this character. Michael Fassbender, as always, did not disappoint. He made the character real, he was honest with his emotions and if any actor ever found the answer to "what's my motivation?" It's Michael Fassbender. His performance was strong and should be lauded.

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Current Location: Work
Current Mood: jealousjealous
07 May 2011 @ 12:45 am
Just got this in the mail. It's a good thing I can afford it - I don't know how I do.

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Current Mood: pleasedpleased
Current Music: Someone Like You - Adele (again...)