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So much for my happy ending [22 Nov 2004|08:37pm]
As of now, this journal is friends only. And to the surprise of many, you might find yourself not on the list. If you think you've been deleted in error, it's a possibility, but I don't think so.

If your name isn't...
Sarah, Nicola, Caitlin, Corey, Allison K, Kelly, Jonathan, Mdinitz, Jessica, Narcissusgray, Julie, or Ally
...then chances are I don't feel like listening to any more of your negative lectures about me or reading anymore of your stupid comments. Ok? Yeah, have a great one.
3 were awake to see the perfect sky

[21 Nov 2004|09:02pm]
Today was just one of the best days ever. It feels like we've driven everywhere today. It also feels like I've heard every country song known to mankind -_- ... jk.

I really don't think it could've been any more nice out. Me and Kelly walked down mainstreet Safety Harbor, and got my forgotten movie back. We also went to the mall and looked at underwear, hello kitty stuff, and pondered the wearabouts of C.L. (That's code for Coach L-----, in case you were wondering.) I'd write his name up here, but I figure Kelly might kill me if I did. Then we went to bring Justin a milkshake at Tarpon Woods, this golf place he works at. I found out who "big sexy" was and I got to sit on the "dying couch." We also had lunch at the Whistle Stop. And ice cream too. And we saw a dead possum. But when we passed it later, it was gone. Maybe it was doing some sort of trick? I don't know. Anyway. Bestest day ever. I love you Kelly!!!!

So tomomrow's Monday. I hope it's a Sunday sequel. I doubt it though. You just can't beat dead animals scurrying away and radio Nascar...
6 were awake to see the perfect sky

[21 Nov 2004|10:53am]
Ok, this is stolen off of Corey's journal. Do it if you want... or not. It's up to you.

Leave a comment and post anything that you want, and post it anonymously. Anything. A story, a secret, a confession, a fear, a love -- anything. Be sure to post anonymously and honestly. Post twice if you'd like. Then, put this in your LJ to see what your friends (and perhaps others who you don't even realize read your LJ) have to say
3 were awake to see the perfect sky

[21 Nov 2004|09:52am]
I'm sorry. It seems I hurt everyone I meet and I really don't know what to tell you. I'm not the nicest person in the world. And since you all are so great, I'm sure you can find better. So go do that. Because really, I don't have enough hours in the day to apologize to everyone for all the stuff I've ever done.

I never knew I was so horrible. But hey, life is full of surprises and it turns out I'am. The funny thing is, everyone claims to be mad at me all the time but then everyone just keeps on talking to me and asking me out places. If you don't like me.... then just stop. It's not that hard to do.

[20 Nov 2004|05:42pm]
I didn't fence in the tournament, but I did go and watch for a little while. My team is tight as fuck, they're so completley awesome... I hope they won in every division. From there I went to the library and and and you suck. I'm going out later with Kelly and Nicola to watch some football game on tv at Ruby Tuesdays. Ok, great.
21 were awake to see the perfect sky

[20 Nov 2004|08:59am]

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Yeah, I guess it's true, what can I say? I'll have to show this to my brother later, he'll be like, "I TOLD YOU SO!"

Last night was so much fun. I liked going to the wrestling match. And his hat was cute, so SHUT UP KELLY. I feel fat and ugly today. Haha, great.
to see the perfect sky

[18 Nov 2004|09:09pm]
The Man without a Country finally came in today. I didn't know it though until I got home. While I was at the library my mom went to the bookstore and picked it up for me. When I got home she was like, "you better go hang up your skirt, it's been lying on your bed forever" (which was crazy because it wasnt there when I left) but anyway, I picked up my skirt and underneath it was my new book. So now I have it and I'm really happy. Oh, my mom said yes to going to Disney World, but she's sad I'm not going with her :( I think it'll be really fun though, because the weather will be nice and it will be all decorated for the holidays and everything. I hope this actually works out...

Tommorow is Friday, last day before school is out for Thanksgiving break.

And lastly, my quiet, peaceful Saturday, has been drafted away to fencing. The Captain is putting on the "War of the Roses" tournament, and he found out I wasn't going, and needless to say I got talked into doing it. To tell you the truth, there wasnt much talking, just a whole bunch of blank stares and then a whole bunch of, "Why not? Oh yes you are... What's your excuse?" Of course, I don't have an excuse, so in .5 seconds I was compelled to neutralize the situation by saying, "Yeah, I'll be there." So wish me luck when you all are just getting out of bed... I'll be getting pulverized on the strip.

Load up on guns
Bring your friends
It’s fun to lose
And to pretend

With the lights out it’s less dangerous
Here we are now
Entertain us

And I forget
Just what it takes
And yet I guess it makes me smile
I found it hard
Its hard to find
Oh well, whatever, nevermind

Hello, hello, hello

With the lights out it’s less dangerous
And yet I guess it makes me smile
to see the perfect sky

[16 Nov 2004|09:36pm]
I just got home from fencing. I've never felt so beat up and defeated in my whole life. I seriously feel like just curling up in a corner somewhere and crying. This one guy I fenced was really good, but he hit me in the leg a billion times. I ended up lamely limping out of the rec center at the end of the night. Not to mention my coach probably thinks I'm retarded for not reposting half the time and/or moving fast enough. You know, sometimes it just feels like I'm not getting any better at this, and it's kind of discouraging, cause I want so badly to be good. I don't know. I guess I'm just not trying hard enough. Maybe tommorow night will be better? And as for tonight's fiasco, well, I really do feel like crap and don't want to talk about it anymore, so cya.
6 were awake to see the perfect sky

[16 Nov 2004|03:02pm]
I think Junior year sucks. I liked 9th grade year better. Lets go back, ok? Wow, I'm glad that's settled.

stoopid kid 5214: MUAHAHAHAHAHA (<--- EN FRANCAIS)
goodmorninglucy: whatever (<---- EN ESPANOL)

Next year I'm taking French 1 and Intro to Tennis. I'm really done with all this AP crap. Next point of discussion.

The Bush cabinet is changing? Argh. I liked Colin Powell. Ok, next.

3 more days until we're out of school. Yessss.

There you have it. The end.
6 were awake to see the perfect sky

[13 Nov 2004|09:40pm]
So today at the library I got one of those new cards that are blue, cause I thought they were pretty. And I checked out most of the children’s section on "life with the CIA." I also got some movies. Ok.

Went to the mall with my Mummie, brother, and Patty. Ate at the food court and then walked around for a little bit. My mom was obsessed with this one store selling llama wool? Yeah, I know, that's exactly what I thought. Strange. My brother wanted to make one of the bedspreads a throw rug for his room. The whole store reminded me of some Alaskan trading post or something. I think that was the only interesting store in the whole mall. Every other place is too preoccupied with selling clothes.

I also ordered a book today from Barnes & Nobles. That's right. In case you were wondering, it's "Man without a country," by Edward Hale. It's a patriotic little book written during the civil war about a man who hates America so much, a judge exiles him to live the rest of his life out of sea. Part of his punishment is that he can never read, talk, or hear about the United States again. However, over time he starts to miss his country, and eventually realizes how much he loved it, despite its minor faults. On his death bed, the captain asks him if he can do anything for him, and the exiled guy goes, "tell me about America..." So of course he learns about the civil war and how his country might get split up and it really makes him sad, because he knows that American people are supposed to stick together. And while he is dying, he takes out a little American flag he had made from newspaper clippings and whatnot, and finally dies... in love with his country. I actually haven’t read the story yet, that's just a little summary from school that I heard and it got me interested enough to go out and read the book.

So that's about it. Hope you all had a fabulous night.
2 were awake to see the perfect sky

[12 Nov 2004|05:51pm]

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — Scott Peterson has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of his pregnant wife Laci, and second-degree murder in the death of their unborn son, Conner.

Wow, after 5+ months it's finally over. He's now looking at life in prison (23 hours out of every 24 locked in his jail cell) or the death penalty. It goes to show you, you should not kill your pretty and nice wife, dump her in a California Bay, and expect to get away with it.
6 were awake to see the perfect sky

Happy Veterans Day [11 Nov 2004|04:23pm]

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly

Scarce heard amid the guns below
We are the dead. Short days ago

We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved, and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.

If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

-Major John McCrae
7 were awake to see the perfect sky

[10 Nov 2004|10:02pm]
I lost my Hello Kitty keychain somewhere between ELHS and PHUHS. That's a distance of 1.4 billion miles. That means I need EVERYONE who reads this to drop what they are doing and go out and look for my lost kitty, Hello Kitty. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE FIND HIM/HER (WHATEVER IT IS)! Here is a description...

Name: Hello Kitty
Height: About 3 inches
Color: White with a yellow nose
Last seen wearing: A pink dress that's kind of shiny (is not wearing shoes)
Feels like: A marshmellow

Hello kitty has never been away from home like this. If you have any information about Hello's whereabouts, please tell me. Thanks...
to see the perfect sky

[10 Nov 2004|06:25pm]
I'm such a traitor... I'm getting to be a fan of Michael Moore's "documentaries." Well, his earlier ones at least, before he went all psyco on his fellow countrymen. Oh well. So the world turns, right?

Drug dogs at school today. Yeah, ok. Has anyone ever noticed how our "crime watch" president is completely corrupt? Half the school knows when they're going to show up... what's the point? It's kind of funny. Isn't wierd how every four years there is a totaly new student population at east lake, and life goes on as usual. I mean, our problems, and the things we laughed at, and the things we learned, are just forgotten along with us when we leave. It's like a preview of our life in fastforward. You live, you die, life goes on (for others that is.) It's kind of great how it all works out, don't you think? We're living life in a recycle bin.

The E.L. academic team placed 2nd today. What a surprise... we lost to Palm Harbor. Imagine that. Shwatever. Next time.
8 were awake to see the perfect sky

[08 Nov 2004|03:36pm]
I came across this on the internet, and it reminded me of the time my friend and I were talking about abortion and whether it was right or not. Decide for yourself...

Somebody's right to choose something can never exceed someone else's right to live. The right to live is the first of all rights; no other rights can infringe upon it. The point is, choice falls flat when that choice involves harming innocent humans beings.

"When Hitler was determined to exterminate the Jews, some German humanists
objected on the basis of the sanctity of life and of natural justice. Hitler
simply defined the Jews as less than fully human, and his critics were
anesthetized. If the Jews were not human, then they did not have human
rights. What a simple solution to an otherwise perplexing problem! The
arument for rights...becomes capricious and merely a matter of definition of
terms by whoever has the power to make his definition stick...When abortion
opponents object that in doing so they destroy other persons - unborn
children - and deprive them of all their rights, the prochoice party simply
resorts to having the competent power - the Supreme Court - declare that
unborn children are not persons and hence have no rights to interfere with a
woman's freedom of choice." (JW Whitehead, The Second American Revolution,
pp. 118, 1982, David C. Cook Publishing Co)

16 were awake to see the perfect sky

[07 Nov 2004|08:13pm]
Jay (the hitman) turned out to be really nice. It goes to show you that just because someone mangles another persons bone structure for a living, dosnt mean they're not nice.

I went to Anna and Ilberts house for dinner. A bunch of drunk people showed up from the beach. I mean, literally barged threw the door with kegs of alcohol. I didn't know any of them and none of them spoke English so I got stuck washing dishes. They were loud and it was completley crazy so I left early. That's really not my thing. I got a happy meal on the way home. I forgot that they came with a toy. I don't know any little kids anymore, so I don't have anyone to give it to. My cat will probably use it as a chew toy.

I think after a while everyone gets tired of the noise and confussion of their lives and they just end up looking for some sort of normalcy they can look forward to. Don't get me wrong, I love surprises, but sometimes it's just not what I want. Does anybody get it? Probably not. Probably not at all.

Everybody's gotta learn sometime
I love you like the sunshine
to see the perfect sky

[06 Nov 2004|10:20pm]
So the mystery ride today was awesome. We went down to Sarasota and took a tour on Segways... they're like silent motorized scooters... only not scooters... it was so cool. Sarasota is really pretty. We went along the waterfront and took a break in the park and learned about all the places in Sarasota. The Segways though were the wierdest things ever. I loved mine so much! I wanted to take it home. Not to mention the weather today was perfect. Lots of the houses were painted wierd colors and there were a lot of cats walking around. They also had a foreign film theatre where they only showed independent films and foreign films. I ate at a tiny cafe on Burns Street across from the theatre and by 6 it seems the whole town was there to watch movies. After we got done with that we went to St. Armands Key and walked around. It was sort of dark out so all the pretty lights were on and everyone was walking around having a nice time looking at all the artsy shops and listening to music and stuff and *le sigh* ...it was beautiful. I wish I could have stayed the night and came back tommorow morning. I definitley want to go back sometime (soon). I mean, it's not even that far away. It took us about an hour and a half to get there. It was the perfect weekend trip.

Tommorow I'm not doing anything because my Uncle has decided to take my mom and brother to a football game. I'm not invited because "I don't appreciate the game and I'm a waste of a ticket." Yeah, thanks. So in my place the Uncle has invited "a reformed gangster." No, I'm not kidding. His career was punching people's lights out, and while they were unconcious, breaking their legs with a baseball bat. I have no idea where or how he meets these people. But you know, whatever. I guess I'll stay home and wash my car and then go to Anna and Ilberts house for dinner.

This weekend has been pretty cool. Hit it up on the cell if you want to do something tommorow. Cya.
2 were awake to see the perfect sky

[05 Nov 2004|05:15pm]
goodmorninglucy: so ask me if i want something to eat...
Aquabubbles1: do u want something to eat
goodmorninglucy: oh
goodmorninglucy: no thanks
goodmorninglucy: I don't eat
Aquabubbles1: LMAO!!!
Aquabubbles1: hahahaha
goodmorninglucy: that's how it goes

See guys, now another person is in on our joke. I'm sure by the year 2050 we'll all have told it to enough people so that the need for food will be no more.

I'm going to the mall tonight with my mom. I need to get some pants cause it's cold and I don't want to freeze to death in the harsh winter months ahead. Ha, I wish we'd get the chance to freeze here. I'm one of those people who gets so excited about winter that they stick tiny cups of water outside at night hopeing it will turn to ice. It's like my version of a frozen lake.
3 were awake to see the perfect sky

[03 Nov 2004|02:33pm]
I have to say I'm impressed with the way Kerry handled Bush's victory. He didn't complain about it or create further devisions between the Democrates and Republicans. I think he really did care about the American people, and I think he really did try his best. It was very respectable of him that he flat out admitted defeat and didn't try to blur the lines between who won and who lost. But as he said, there were no loosers here. In the end, his campaign got many people involved in the voteing process and involved with their government and the issues. Both President Bush and Senator Kerry brought the worlds attention to what a true democratic process looks like, and Kerry couldn't have conceded any more tactfully than he did this afternoon. I really do think we have the best country in the whole world.

5 were awake to see the perfect sky

[02 Nov 2004|03:13pm]

4 were awake to see the perfect sky

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