Movable Type 3.2
February 17, 2005
Two fun timewasters
February 14, 2005
I need some new shoes, actually.
Posted by Kat at 05:11 PM
February 10, 2005
It always gets me.
The weather was gorgeous this weekend. It was calm and sunny. It was even in the fifties at times. I was so excited. I felt like I was finally getting warm, and perhaps even getting rid of this lingering cold/sore throat thing that has led me to eat practically nothing but milk, soft bread, pudding, yogurt, and soft serve ice cream for the past week or so.
But now . . . now it is, well, the other kind of gorgeous. The kind of gorgeous with wind and big huge snowflakes. Ah, well. Such is life in New England.
February 07, 2005
I can live with that.
You are Anne Elliott from Persuasion. You
might also be Harriet Smith from Emma,
or Fanny Price from Mansfield Park or
possibly even Jane Fairfax from Emma.
People underestimate you all the time. You are
somewhat introverted, so it is assumed that
other people can persuade you to do anything,
or even think that they can roll right over
you, even when they mean to be doing you a good
deed. The good news is, you have it within
yourself to stand up and take charge-- you know
what's right, and you know what you want, after
all! It's just a matter of speaking up!
Which Jane Austen Character Are You?
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Posted by Kat at 10:27 AM
February 05, 2005
Umm, not really...
You are a cappuccino, sipped in the afternoon,
You are not trendy; you set trends for others. You
February 04, 2005
Music survey from Rachel
Rachel passed this to me. I feel honored. No, really. I'm not being sarcastic.
1. What are the total amount of music files on your computer?
2. The last CD you bought was?
3. What is the song you last listened to before this message?
4. Write down five songs you often listen to, or that mean a lot to you.
5. Who are you gonna pass this stick to (three persons and why)?
Posted by Kat at 03:00 PM
February 03, 2005
Pythagoras, the black kitten in the picture above, passed away early morning on February 2. It was very sudden. He was only six months old. I'm not up to writing much about it at the moment. (Hence all the quizzes instead of real content.) We're sad but coping.
Yeah, I guess.
February 01, 2005
The First Amendment
This is pretty scary. I don't think it's necessarily directly related to whether the Constitution is taught in school, though. I don't remember ever being taught about the Constitution, but I don't think that newspapers should only publish things with government approval. And I'm positive I didn't think that in high school, either.
Posted by Kat at 01:01 PM