October 9th, 2001


Comics to link/become a rabid fan of...

Mac Hall (I like it more than MegaTokyo and Penny Arcade. What can I say...
Eat the Roses
Project Fanboy
Magical Boys

oddly enough, I keep getting referral URLs from jdillon.net... I've not been there in a looong time... weirdness. And there's nothing there from my site, nor linked to me

But ML got 187 visits yesterday! That makes 998 for this month so far - already half of last month's total! 0.0 I think 'twas in the newsbox, that would explain all the sudden random visitors. Also, got on the Anipike links (whee!)


Michael added Kelsey to his 'friends' list... heeheehee.... I no longer overpower the page, SHE does! :D
Just thought I'd share that.

I have a sudden urge to hug Michael. e_O
He is going to get such a glomping. Poor, unsuspecting Michael.... *cackle*


scratch that glomp for Michael. He'll get it later.
Cramps kicked in (a whole friggin week early, thankyouverymuch) and I spent lunch curled up on the floor of the band hall. And since Michael is no longer Emily's personal doormat (yay), he no longer has a reason to come into the band hall during lunch, so I did not see him. Or maybe he did come in and I just didn't see him since I was asleep most of the time... e_O; either way, he escaped for a little while...

Damn, I want some advil. Or aleve. Or morphine. Or SOMETHING.
My uterus hurts. Damn, that sounds funny. Or it would if it didn't hurt quite so much. ow. Stupid cramps.
  • Current Music
    Reel Big Fish - She's Famous Now (I have a very limited selection of songs at the Career Center)



Jenni, there's a Devil lurking inside of you!

You are hotter than Hades, sinfully sexy and beautifully bad because your monster match is the devil. Controversy seems to follow wherever you go since your impish ways are full of mischief. With mottos like, "Flirt first and ask questions later," and "If you believe in the hereafter, then you must know what I'm here after," you make Temptation Island look like a monastery.

*laughing too hard to speak*

more tests! whee!

I SHOULD be taking my Comp. Networking test... but those at http://www.emode.com are so much more interesting... 9_9

Your Emotional IQ is 122

Based on your impressive score across the board, we can tell that you not only tend to be really in tune with others, but you're also pretty darn good at keeping the right perspective on life. Sure, it's sometimes hard to juggle everything that goes into your relationships with friends and family, but most of the time you're a star when it comes to balancing your emotional needs with everyone else's.

As you know, emotions are complicated things. Luckily, you also know that while it's important to be a good friend and lover to others, it's essential to see the bigger picture and take care of yourself, too. But we know it's hard to keep the scales balanced all the time. If you need help, just remember this: Offering someone a shoulder to cry on is great; worrying yourself into a tizzy every time someone you care about hits a rough patch isn't. For one thing, it's exhausting! If you wear yourself out fretting about other people, you won't have any time left for yourself. And we all have the right to treat ourselves right and be selfish with our feelings now and then. The road to emotional health and well-being can be bumpy, but if you make it a point to strive for balance and move at a relatively even pace, the bumps won't be so bad. From what we can tell, you've got a map to a pretty smooth route - so keep up the good work!


My youngest sister (6 years old) just said one of the scariest things I think I've ever heard.
She was sitting in the bathtub, playing with her barbies and talking to herself, and suddenly she looks up and says to me (referring to the barbie):
"I want to be just like her when I grow up"
"What? Why?"
"Because... she's thin and pretty and she's got blond hair and blue eyes..."

I shuddered. I really did. I talked to her some more, but that's basically what she kept saying.
She's six years old.
I never cease to find it weird that to me, blond hair and blue eyes are... eh... not that pretty. Particularly since most people seem to accept their mother's appearance as the standard for beauty... and my mother has blond hair, blue eyes, and (at least before she was married and for a while when I was younger) supermodel-eque proportions. By most standards, she was gorgeous. But I think the really skinny supermodel look is.. well.. ugly. Those women are scrawny and they look like they'd snap in half. Ugh.
I'm with vebelfetzer on this one...
larger girls are just... prettier. I'm not saying this because I'm fat... oh hell no... right now, I'm not pretty by any stretch of the imagination. It'd be nice to lose weight (and I am... oddly enough. e_O), but I honestly don't want to be skinny (and it'd take more than weight loss to make me 'pretty'... heh). Ugh. 'sides, I'm hispanic... I'll have these lovely broad shoulders and hips no matter what, and dammit, if I'm gonna be curvy, I'm gonna enjoy it. ^_~

Back to the blond thing... I look at my characters (over 200 of them), and there are maybe... two blonds. Three, possibly four if I'm forgetting a couple. And the two I can think of (Makenzie and Arden), I set out to purposely make them 'unattractive'. (Ironically, Makenzie has turned out to be one of the 'cutest' characters I've got, but we're going to ignore that... 9_9) They've both got short blond hair (as my mom has had for most of my life), Makenzie has dark red eyes - which I just think are cool, but they're contacts. Her eyes are really blue - and Arden has blue-gray eyes. Both have typical caucasian complexions. Hmmm.

On the other hand, my favorite character and the one most like me has incredibly pale skin, blue hair, and violet eyes. So maybe I over-analyze too much. @_@