Monthly Archives: November 2008

New Clothes!

So, I went shopping this weekend, yay! ‘Bout time. I was seriously running out of pants. It was bad. And now? I have 3 pairs of jeans, crazy! I don’t remember the last time I had three pairs of jeans … Continue reading

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Choppy Sentences.

Are killing me. They’re. Everywhere. Can you tell I’m grading essays? Oh how lovely! Actually, the worst part is that I would rather be doing anything else 🙂 Go figure. So I’m catsitting a cat for a friend (of a … Continue reading

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To job hunts and fretting

So, it looks like I’ll be looking for a job for this upcoming school year. I didn’t think I’d be looking this soon, but E and I talked about it and we’re both ready to live closer to each other. … Continue reading

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This is scary, but it’s the “Before” picture. Now I just have to take the “After” and post it tomorrow.Hey, at least even in my absolutely horrible “Before” picture I was still a rockin’ Harry Potter fan!

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It’s that time again…

So, it’s time to start thinking about Christmas presents. Ahhhh! So, my goal this year? Make (or recycle) all presents, except for E. Cause, really…what would he want that I could make? Any suggestions? He’s so hard to buy for … Continue reading

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My Custodian, My Savior

Okay, so that’s a little exaggerated, but he’s pretty sweet. I was complaining (I know, gasp) about my apartment’s dryer and how the fuse always blows. What did he do? Fixed it! Seriously, love it.My coworker had her baby, c-u-t-e. … Continue reading

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I feel like a politician.

Because in my head I’m telling myself to “hope” and that “change is possible.”Too cliche? So what the heck am I talking about? Well, I have these classes full of students who don’t like to read (or learn really). This … Continue reading

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