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I'm actually kind of surprised that Gilmore Girls has been canceled. I mean, I know it wasn't looking good, but I figured it would come back either as a shortened season or with only a few appearances by Alexis Bledel or even a full season with the full cast. I'm mostly okay with it. It's had a long run, and it isn't as good as it was back in its first season. The only thing that sucks is that they didn't make the decision before they planned the final episodes. Oh well. I'm sure it'll still be good.

Anyways, I think I actually will be around a fair amount the next two weeks even with APs. I realized that it's in my best interest to do really badly on my APs. The thing is, the only AP that'll get me out of any requirements is French for the foreign language requirement, and it's really hard to do well on that exam (especially with the terrible teacher I have. We do absolutely no listening in class. I took the listening part of a practice test and got 50% on it. ugh.), and anyways, I kind of want to take French in college and learn it from a teacher who can actually teach (unlike the teacher I've had for three years in high school. ugh. I really hate her). Or maybe even learn a new language (I really want to learn Italian, but they don't offer it. Maybe German? That would be kind of cool). The rest of the classes, I can get credit towards my graduation credits but not to any requirements. So I'm afraid if I get credit for all these APs, then I'll go over the graduation credit limit and have to pay extra to take the classes to fulfill my major/general requirements. So I'm probably not even going to send any of my AP scores, which relieves a lot of stress for me for the next few weeks. No homework because of APs (well mostly), and I don't even have to worry about studying! Awesome.
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Brett, the guy my aunt's roommates with and possibly dating but it was never really made clear to me, I think I mentioned him here before. He died last night of a heart attack. It's kind of hard to figure out how to react. I'm pretty sure he's younger than my parents (who are 57) and as far as I know he's been healthy, so it's a really huge shock. I feel terrible for my aunt, but at the same time, I only saw the guy twice a year, at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and I think he only started coming around 10 years ago, so I've seen him maybe 20 times in my life? I don't know. I just feel very weird about it.

Haven't been updating much recently since nothing much has been happening. Right now I'm pretty much just waiting for the end of March to get here so I can find out about college acceptances. I think it needs to be spring break already.
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Thank god finals are over. I was kind of going crazy there after awhile. The only class grade I know for sure is French which is a 95.7 (I only needed 9% on the final to keep an A, no exaggeration, I calculated it, but I ended up with a 96%. But whatever, not like I'm complaining). And now it's second semester of my senior year! It'll be so nice to go a semester without having to worry about grades.

I got accepted to Goucher on... Monday or Tuesday I think, which made it harder to study. Not that I really want to go there, but that's 3 colleges now, and they and Lewis and Clark are offering me a lot of money, and you know, I'd be happy if I went there. So it's like... maybe I should just blow finals. I'm already in places, and I'd be happy at those places. I just didn't feel like bothering. But I studied and hopefully it'll be good enough. We'll see, I guess.

Speaking of college, I had an interview with an alum from Vassar on Wednesday night, and I'm pretty sure he was either high or had smoked a lot of pot in the past. It was kind of amusing, but kind of annoying after awhile, because he never finished his sentences and repeated himself a lot and he'd reply to everything I'd say with "Aaaaawesome" like really drawn out and stereotypical surfer-boy type speech, except he totally wasn't a surfer-boy. But whatever, at the end he said he'd definitely recommend me, really well, so I guess it went well.

I spent today catching up on TV from Supernatural last Thursday to Veronica Mars and just finished now in time for tonight's Supernatural and The O.C. I also spent my time when I should've been studying for finals downloading all the episodes of Torchwood, since I stopped watching after episode 6 or 7 first because I was busy for a few weeks and forgot to download, and then afterwards because of my computer. But I have the entire first season now and I'm kind of super excited about it. That's probably how I'll spend tomorrow. I love the weekend of semester break. It's almost better than like winter break, and kind of definitely better than spring break, because there are no tests or any sort of homework whatsoever coming up. Spring break you have to worry about APs and winter break about finals, and it's just nice not to have anything major coming up.

Anyways, time for The O.C. and Supernatural now.
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gah. Dell called last week and left a message saying my computer should arrive this Monday to this Wednesday, and today, still no computer. But I was finally able to check my order status, and apparently the order just shipped today, and it's due to arrive at earliest this Friday and at latest on Tuesday. al;skjdf gah! I'm getting really frustrated with this! They said they'd send me a new computer immediately when my mom e-mailed them 3 weeks ago! I'm sick of having no computer! My teachers have all been out to make my life miserable by assigning no homework and there's nothing new on TV (well, ok, there was a new House tonight, and there'll be Thursday night TV, but there was nothing last night, or anything else for the past few weeks) and I know the second I get my computer it'll be finals and I'll have a million things to do. a;lskdjf gah! And, ok, technically I have been able to use my mom's computer so I'm not totally helpless, but you can hardly classify this thing as a computer. I can't open more than webpage at once or it'll go bezerk and freeze and god I hate it.

And for some reason, everything's breaking! First it was the computer, then my mom's car, then my iPod suddenly and randomly on the way to Mammoth (the screen froze, but luckily after the battery wore out and it turned off, when I charged it up again it was fine. But now I'm getting anxious because I'm afraid it'll break permanently and if I lose my iPod, then all my music is gone forever because my computer is broken too), and our heater is broken. I mean, ok, Monday at 7 AM it was 70 degrees, but still. It gets cold at night, and it's supposed to be colder tomorrow.

sigh. Anyways, in better news, I realized yesterday suddenly that my 18th birthday is this coming Sunday. I'm not quite sure when that happened, since last I checked it was like a month away, but anyways. I'm going to try to do something on Saturday with friends, but I don't know how well that's going to work out since I don't really have any idea of what I want to do. We'll see. Oh, and today we finally did Secret Santa and Andrew got me this scarf with mooses (meese?) on it and candy and it came in a really, really nice box. So that made me happy, at least.

Oh and I got an e-mail today from an alum at Vassar to schedule an interview, which I'm really happy about since it's my first choice school and they don't know they're my first choice school and I really want them to know how much I want to go there. It's good too since I haven't had an interview in awhile, but it'll be right after my Pitzer interview on the 20th, so I'll at least have that to prep for the Vassar interview.

That's about it. aslkdj I really desperately want my computer. :(
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Still no computer, still no idea when I'm going to get one. sigh.

Hope everyone had a good Christmas. I mostly got books and DVDs. I've been spending my time without a computer watching Battlestar Galactica Season 1 and Grosse Pointe Season 1, but I've finished all the episodes now.

But man, Grosse Pointe was so freaking good. I watched it when it first aired so when I was like 11 I guess, and I remember liking it then, but I wasn't sure if it was as good as I remembered. But ah, it's so hilarious. I think it's pretty much the only good comedy The WB has ever made (well, actually, I liked Maybe It's Me pretty well, but I haven't seen that in ages either, so I'm not sure), so of course it got cancelled after 17 episodes. I think I'd be ok with that if they hadn't made it like a cliffhanger ending. Well, it's not really a cliffhanger, but I really really wanted Marcy and Dave to get together, and I hated that they never got to know that they were both into each other. blah. I guess I should be thankful it came out on DVD at all.

The first season of BSG was also a lot of fun to watch, just because I'm so much more into it now than the first time I watched season 1. I still have the special features to watch on it so I think I'll do that next.

The biggest thing that's happened so far over break is that I got accepted to Colorado College, which is pretty awesome since they aren't supposed to come out until mid-January. One of the admissions directors even wrote me a hand-written note saying how much they liked my essay and were impressed by me and stuff, which I thought was really awesome that they would take the time to do that. And Colorado College isn't a safety like Lewis and Clark, so it was more exciting to get accepted there (although I might like Lewis and Clark just the slightest bit more).

But other than that, I haven't been doing much except for watching DVDs. Tomorrow I think Soan wanted to go ice-skating, but I'm not sure if that's going to happen, and we still have to do secret santa so that might happen Saturday. Then it's New Year's, and after that I'm going to Mammoth to go skiing from Tuesday to Saturday. Hopefully I'll have my computer by then, but I'm doubtful. Oh well. I'll get it eventually, I guess.
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I just got accepted to Lewis and Clark College! On their site it said they weren't going to notify people until January so I wasn't expecting it, but then I checked my e-mail and they'd e-mailed me saying I was accepted. I'm actually a lot more excited about it than I thought I would be, considering it's a safety and not on the top of my list. But it's my first acceptance, so that's cool, and I actually do really like the school and would choose it above schools that aren't even safeties, like UCLA and Haverford. So yeah. Yay for that! At least I know I've been accepted somewhere.

One more week until school's out! Not even a full week, more like 3 1/2 days. Probably won't be around much until then (not that I've been around much recently, anyways) because I have a lot of stuff next week (calc test, physics test, chem test, french essay, and I have to write a 10 minute absurdist play).

I'm still loving The O.C., by the way. It was totally awesome last night. And I loved The Office, too. TV makes me so happy. :D
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a;lkjaf wtf?! I got a username and password to check to make sure I had all my materials in for Lewis and Clark, and I checked the scores they had received and somehow my ACT scores were all completely wrong! They had me at like 24 for science when I got a 33, and 28 for math when I got a 34, and overall 29 when I had a 33! wtf! And then I looked at Amherst and there's this new set of SAT scores from 11/01/06 (I didn't even take the SAT then! ...although the scores are actually better than mine so I'm slightly tempted to just leave that alone). And the scores were fine like a month ago so I'm not sure why they're screwed up now, but it's totally freaking me out that my scores are screwed up for all the colleges and ahhh so don't need this stress. My mom's going to call the school's tomorrow and figure out what the deal is, but wtf. This is freaking me out.

Edit: What's also weird for Lewis and Clark is that I clicked on admission status just to see what it said even though decisions don't come out until mid-January, and it says "Admitted as of 11/28/2006". Which, what? It'd be cool if it was correct, but considering the errors in my ACT scores and the fact that decisions aren't supposed to come out for over a month, I don't believe it.

I'm tired of applying to college. It's getting to be too stressful, and I've even finished all my apps! I don't think I even mentioned here how my Colorado College app was due 11/15 and I got an e-mail from them two days ago saying they hadn't received my second teacher rec, but when I asked Mrs. Bunch about it, she swore she sent it, so she ended up having to fax the rec again even though it's over 2 weeks late. gah.

It needs to be May.
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Ah! Galaxy got into Columbia early decision! Congrats! I'm so jealous. Not of the Columbia part (I wouldn't want to go there, personally. Hate the core curriculum), but the fact that she knows where she's going to go to college and she doesn't have to worry anymore and she doesn't really have to worry about her grades. But yeah, anyways, that's really awesome for her.

I've been sucking at being on livejournal, but I've been really busy. I was sick Monday and Tuesday-ish (missed 4th-6th period and jazz band Monday, and Symphony on Tuesday) and I have a lot of tests/quizzes and stuff and my grades are slipping and AP English is freaking me out (we have a proposal for a paper with like 6 body paragraphs due and we don't have to actually write it but I don't really know where to even start with it and all my essays in high school have been in class and so it was acceptable when they were only like one body paragraph and a page and a half. And we also have to write a 10-minute absurdist play in about two weeks, and I am even more lost about that) and yeah. I can't wait until second semester. I just wish first semester would end before winter break like most normal schools so I'd be done with it in just a few weeks. blah.
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Caught up on TV today, since all I watched this week was Prison Break, Heroes, Gilmore Girls, Veronica Mars, and The Office. Some thoughts on a few of the shows I watched:

Ugly Betty )

The O.C. )

Studio 60 )

Veronica Mars )

Had an interview Thursday at Claremont McKenna. I think it was my best one yet. I mean, it wasn't amazing, but it was definitely better than the other two ones. I think I'm starting to get the hang of this. I have another up in Santa Monica tomorrow for Lewis and Clark College. I'm not too worried about it, though, because it's a safety school, so as long as I don't offend the interviewer in some way, I'm pretty sure I'll get in.

Yesterday was great fun. After school we got cake because it was Mrs. Daley's last day officially. Then after jazz band, I went to Comedy Sports at school with Emma, Galaxy, Richard, and Andrew. After that, all of us except for Galaxy went to Emma's house and played this game called The New Yorker which is kind of like Words of Wiz-dumb, except you make up captions for pictures instead of filling words into sentences.

I think now I should probably get some homework done since I have a lot to do and tomorrow is the interview and then afterwards I'm going to try to go to Emma's Youth Symphony Orchestra concert at Chapman.
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I made jazz band! 1st tenor, too, since Andrew's doing bari sax. I kind of feel bad for Daniel, though, because I kept telling him he was better than he thought and the other Daniel (who did make it) probably wasn't as good as he thought he was, and then he ended up not making it. =/ He didn't seem too upset about it, though.

After school was fun. Got lunch with Emma, Galaxy, Richard, Elizabeth who was back from USC, Mike Tseng who was back from Purdue, Justin, Andrew, and a few people I'm forgetting, and then Emma, Galaxy, Richard, Elizabeth, and Tseng all came to my house for a little while before I had to leave for my interview.

The interview with the Tufts alum went all right. I don't think it'll get me in, but it's not going to keep me out, either. There are a few questions I wish I had answered differently (and somehow I started talking way too much about how I liked Berkeley. I think it was because she asked me what schools I was applying to and I named some and she said they were all similar except Berkeley and LA, and I started going on about how I visited Berkeley and really loved it, and then I was like " this is a Tufts interview why am I talking so much about Berkeley?!" and stopped, but uh. Yeah.) but overall it went well. She had a cat that was really cute.

I think I stopped caring about getting into Tufts, though. It's one of the most difficult I'm applying to (probably on after Stanford, Brown, and Amherst) and the more I look at it, the less I like it. I really loved it when I visited it, but there are other schools I like more now, and I don't like how it has a more rigid core curriculum (6 semesters of languages? Kind of crazy) and I prefer no core curriculum at all, so... yeah. I think I'm also trying to detach myself from it because I don't think I'll get in, so I don't want to be too disappointed when I'm rejected. But even besides that, when I was trying to figure out the reasons I want to go there in preparation for the interview, everything I could think of held true of other schools I was applying to, and they had other things that set them over the edge. So... yeah. I don't think I'll be too devastated if I don't make it.

I'll probably forget to say it tomorrow, so happy Thanksgiving!
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Prison Break )

Heroes )

Skipping Studio 60 tonight just because I felt like it. Well, and I prefer watching it when I can fastforward through the commercials, and I wanted to have some time before going to bed to start researching Tufts since I have an interview with an alum from Tufts on Wednesday.

Speaking of interviews, I had my first interview with an admissions officer from Goucher yesterday up in Universal City. I think it went pretty well. I mean, it's like... I don't think it'll hurt me at all, but I don't think it'll tip me over the edge, either. I don't think it'll really have any impact on whether I get in or not, basically. Which is fine, I don't think I really needed it to, my stats are good enough for Goucher, and I mainly wanted to use it as a practice before my interview with Tufts. The admissions officer was very friendly and very talkative, and she made me a lot more interested in Goucher than I was before.

But yeah, anyways, the interview went well. The only suck part was that I wore the most uncomfortable shoes known to man, and within like 5 minutes of walking, I had blisters like... where the achille's heel, or whatever it's called, is, and on my pinky toes, and my feet still hurt. blah.

One more full day of school left, then minimum day on Wednesday, and then 4-day weekend! Ah, I can't wait. I really need a break.
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So this week the only TV I watched was Veronica Mars, Gilmore Girls, My Name is Earl, and The Office, since it was pretty much a hell week for me (I had something major in every class: test in chem, quiz in calc, test and essay in French, test in physics, midterm and essay in English, and jazz band auditions) and then on Friday we had an away football game even though we already had our last football game ever because our football team was in CIF (like... championships, or playoffs, or whatever? I mean, they didn't even make it, they got a wildcard spot or something, but yeah). So today I had like 12 hours of TV to catch up on, and I watched everything except the now three episodes of Supernatural I've missed and last week's Torchwood (which I'll watch in an hour or so). And I'm very surprised to say that out of all the TV I watched (Prison Break, Heroes, Studio 60, House, Ugly Betty, The O.C., Doctor Who, and Battlestar Galactica), the episode of The O.C. was my favorite. I just don't understand how this has happened, how The O.C. is suddenly so good again! I loved Ugly Betty a lot too, and everything else was very good as well, but somehow The O.C. was my favorite. Weird.

Anyways, at the end of the football game yesterday (which sucked, by the way, for many different reasons, and I'm glad we lost 28 to 2 so we don't have to go to another), Mrs. Daley announced that she resigned. I don't really know how to feel about it, because I didn't really like her and I wasn't really happy with how she ran things, but at the same time I did feel bad for her. So now I don't know who's doing jazz band (Mrs. Bentley, maybe? Or Mr. Johnson?) but that explains why Mrs. Bentley announced on Thursday jazz band results would be posted next week but couldn't explain why.

I'm glad next week is Thanksgiving because I could really do with a break. Ah, but this year feels like it's moving so fast! Thanksgiving means it's almost December, which means it's almost winter break, which means it's almost January, which means first semester is almost over and I can stop studying so hard and just get B's in all my classes and in January I'll hear from the three schools I applied to early action (Goucher, Colorado College, and Lewis and Clark). So weird to think about how senior year is almost half-way through.
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So, I started Jane Eyre on Sunday which turned out not to be the best idea because it was really good and it was also really addictive and so I kept wanting to read it even though I had loads of work to do. And I ended up finishing it Monday night, even though I should've been studying for English and physics. (This also meant that I missed all of my Monday night TV. And I still have two episodes of Supernatural to watch, and Torchwood! It's ok, I'll either catch up this weekend or next, since next is Thanksgiving weekend.) But yeah, I totally loved Jane Eyre. Kind of sad I finished it so quickly, though, because now I want a new book to read.

Yesterday was jazz band auditions. I think I did all right. If Mrs. Bentley has any say in it, I totally made it. I'm trying not to be too confident just in case, but yeah. It went well, I think. The results were supposed to be posted today, but then Mrs. Bentley said they wouldn't be posted until next week sometime. blah.

I have my first college interview on Sunday. eep. Nervous. Luckily it's with Goucher, one of my safeties, so it can be a kind of practice, since my next one will be on Wednesday, and that's for Tufts, a school that's a slight reach for me and that I'd really love to attend.

Supersized The Office tonight! I'm so excited. I've been waiting for this episode forever. Less than 3 hours now!

Ok, time to study for chem test and calc quiz.
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Oh, god, I can't wait until The Office Season 2 DVDs come out. 10 commentary tracks? 2 1/2 hours of deleted scenes? A 17 minute gag real?! I hope I don't have much to do the weekend I get them, because I know I won't want to do anything but watch those DVDs.

Registration was on Monday. My Schedule )

I am 1/3 of the way through applying to all the colleges I'm planning on applying to, which makes me happy. Actually probably more, since I've done the essays for UCLA and Berkeley, you just can't submit the app until like October or November or something. But everything's done for them.

What else? Oh, yesterday after finishing uniform fittings, I went to the Woodbridge center with a bunch of people which was fun. We went to Barnes and Noble and I found The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde for $2.50 so I ended up getting it because I had wanted to read it, and come on. $2.50! How could I not get it? I'm looking forward to reading it, but I still have two summer reading books to finish first. blah.

Only three more days of band camp left! Can't wait until it's over.
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This week is like one of the best weeks ever of school (except for today, today was just normal) because this week we have to take these like CA standards tests (CAT6 or STAR or STAT9. Whatever they're calling it these days. They tend to change it like every year). They're basically like the SAT except 500000000 times easier, and they have absolutely no bearing on your future, so they're stress free (well, and they also test science and history which the SAT doesn't, but whatever. As I said, the results don't matter at all). So because of these, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, we have altered schedules. Tuesday and Wednesday we don't have school at all, just the tests. So, this is what my schedule this week looks like:
Tuesday: School starts at 8 AM (we usually start at 7:30, so even half an hour later makes a difference), STAR testing, then get out at 1 PM (normally we get out at 2:38, so again, very nice).
Wednesday: The same, STAR testing from 8 AM to 1 PM.
Thursday: School starts at 9:20 because the sophomores have to take some section of the test we don't. Shorter periods (about 38 min long) and then get out at 2:38.
Friday: Normal schedule, but I'm going to see the school musical at night and then after that, from 11 PM to 2 AM is this band event where we all go bowling, which sounds kind of lame, but it should be fun.

So yeah, very nice, relaxing week.

Yesterday I went to this thing in Glendale about these 8 colleges, 4 of which I'm planning on applying to. It was kind of a waste of time, since I forgot I had to do a bunch of reading for English, and they all only had like 5 min to talk about their college. But it did make me like one of the colleges I'm applying to, Haverford, a lot more, and now I feel more confident about applying to it.

It's so weird not to have any homework or tests to worry about for a couple of days. I have no idea what to do with myself now.
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So, when I said that I would be answering that picture meme I was going to do this week, I forgot that this week I was going to start seriously studying for APs. Pretty much all week all I've been doing is studying for my final in AP Euro (a week before I take the AP), the actual AP exam, and SAT II's (Math IIC and French). The only time I've really spent not studying for them was last night when Soan and Emma slept over and we watched 10 Things I Hate About You (my 500th time) and Knight's Tale (1st time) and became puddles over Heath Ledger.

Anyways, tomorrow I'm going to Boston for spring break to visit colleges and won't be back until the next Sunday, and then I'll only have 2 weeks for APs and SAT II's, so basically I'm going on hiatus. I may pop in to write a brief post now and then, but I'll be pretty much entirely gone from now until May 6th. See you all when I get back!
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Is it possible to have senioritis when I'm only a junior? Because I think I have it. I mean, before it was like... half of me wanted to be out of high school and get to go off to college, and the other half didn't want to leave my friends and life here and didn't want greater responsibility and work. But recently it's been... a lot more of me wanting to be out of high school and off to college. And it's not even that high school's becoming horrible because it's not, it's actually really great, far better than last year. But I keep looking into colleges for my assignment for my college counselor that I go to outside of school, and looking at courses you can take and stuff and I'll just be like "omg I want to take that course" or "omg it would be sooooo amazing to go there". I don't know, there are still good things about being here and being in high school, but right now I think the pros for going to college outweigh the pros for staying here. =/ At least next week I get to go to Boston and visit bunches of colleges. That should be excellent.

Babbling about English )

So, I don't think I'm going to be around very much for the next four weeks. Four weeks from now is when I have my AP test and SAT II's and I also have a final in Euro the week before my actual AP Euro exam, and I really need to start studying for it. And of course next week I'll be in Boston. So yeah, I'm going to try to cut down on LJ time and TV (of course, there are some shows, such as Veronica Mars, that there's no chance I'm not seeing the second they air).
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So, I think my father said yes about me getting a new iPod? It wasn't ever explicitely stated, but I think it was implied. We kept going around in circles with our conversation. He'd be all "I'm not getting you one tonight" and I'd be all "...I'm not asking for one now. I just want to know if I will be able to get one sometime." and he'd be all "The silver one should be enough for right now" and I'd be all "...yes. But. In the future." and he'd be all "Sometime" and I'd be all "...but do you have any idea of when?" and then he'd be all "I'm not getting you one tonight" and it'd continue like that over and over again. sigh.

Anyways. Today I had my junior counseling. I ramble on too long about something no one cares about. )

Um, lastly. Something. Oh yeah! I got my Wicked soundtrack today! I haven't listened to it yet since I just got home and am burning it to my computer now, but I will.
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Yesterday morning I went up to Claremont and visited Pomona and Claremont McKenna. And then on the way home, I threw up twice. bleh. But I still ended up going to school today, and I feel better, but still kind of weak. I may take a nap soon, like Galaxy is currently doing in my family room.

Anyways, Pomona was ok, but I really loved Claremont McKenna. I'm pretty sure I want to apply there, but we'll see. I may change my mind in a few months.

My parents are going to see Social Distortion tonight at the Anaheim House of Blues. Not fair at all. Of course, my mom wouldn't let me go anyways because of being sick (or actually, because of having Symphony tonight, which I would be going to if I were not sick), but still. Not fair.

Anyways. Tired. Going to finish schoolwork for tomorrow and then sleep, I gues.
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Back, finally!

The weekend )

Anyways, yeah. Good weekend. Now I suppose I'll go catch up on TV shows I missed. I'll return to my friendslist probably tomorrow night.


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