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I once was lost, but now.... i'm still lost
crazy is better than boring
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23rd-May-2006 09:37 pm(no subject)
this weekend, i'm getting a new livejournal.


ps. faraj problem. aye.
22nd-May-2006 08:40 pm - leave
whoever this anonymous asshole is:

"uhhhhhh let me start by saying WTF!!!! im homeschooled so does that mean i dont know anything? come on, we knew who the emos were before you even could talk.

dont talk about crap you dont know about. the hs are watching." 

heres a little something to think about
1.) you don't know what the hell your talking about
2.) I'm not dissing all homeschooled population
3.) Why the hell are you reading my livejournal, your not my friend, leave.
4.) I'll write whatever i damn well please its my livejournal, either deal with it or go find someone else to harass. 
20th-May-2006 05:52 pm(no subject)
don't think twice its all right- bob dylan

words to live by
18th-May-2006 04:18 pm - UGH!
i officially hate piano lessons ok!
17th-May-2006 03:25 pm - whose piteous overthrows

the dark clouds are rolling in and wind is the wind is picking up.

THUNDERSTORMS!


http://www.msha.gov/Accident_Prevention/tips/images/lightning.jpg

16th-May-2006 09:59 pm - cello=love

hard rains gonna fall.

15th-May-2006 03:49 pm(no subject)

ahh monday. what hell are you going to put me through this week?

14th-May-2006 07:43 pm - set my soul free
so wow i have to memorize a lot of crap for english. 
act 1 scene 1 of romeo and juliet. and i have to be like 12 people. and then kristen has to be the other 12 people. hahahaha! wow. this is going to be great, i can't wait. yay.

Two households, both alike in dignity, 
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, from ancient grudge break to new mutiny, where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.

From forth the fatal loins of these two foes.

A pair of star-crossed lovers take their life; whose misadventured piteous overthows

Do with their death bury their parents’ strife.

The fearful passage of their death-marked love, and the continuance of their parents’ rage, Which, but their children’s’ end, naught could remove, is now the two hours’ traffic of our stage;

 The which if you with patient ears attend, What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend.

13th-May-2006 02:43 pm(no subject)
LOOK AT IT! LOOK AT THE ICON! TESS YOU ARE AMAZING! THAT IS PROBABLY THE FUNNIEST THING I CAN EVER THINK OF IN MY WHOLE ENTIRE LIFE!
13th-May-2006 02:33 pm - WOOH!
the cultural center tonight!
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