Monthly Archives: May 2009

Rosies

Congrats to all the schools who preformed at the Rosies at the Strand this evening. You all did very well. Except a few schools concerned me. I am so very sorry, but I got excited when, I think it was … Continue reading

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More thoughts on Darfur

When I was doing some more research on Darfur a few nights ago, I came across this article. I have been thinking about it ever since. What is exactly is the best term to apply to the crisis occurring in … Continue reading

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About Day 4.. on Day 5

Well, yesterday I stopped fasting. I wrote up a nice, little entry attempting to explain exactly why I decided to do that… but I apparently didn’t save the entry properly. I am very sorry I unknowingly left you un-updated on … Continue reading

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Day 3

“We all might ask ourselves why we tune in to these more trivial matters and tune out when it comes to Darfur.” – Nicholas D. Kristof As you’ve heard (or read) me say before, this fast was undertaken specifically in … Continue reading

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Bad weekend :(

Don’t you hate when something makes a whole weekend bad ? I know how you feel, especially this weekend. Drama. Drama. Drama. I hate drama, but it’s like it follows me around… How was everyone else weekend? Anyone have prom?

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Day 2

Today I started the refugee rations fast, and aside from the fact that the food is tasteless, and I felt somewhat light-headed and hungry, things didn’t go badly at all. In fact, I felt pretty guilty. Much of the point … Continue reading

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International fashion designer inspires small-town writer

Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel inspires me. The world knows this woman as Coco Chanel. But I do not admire her international label. I admire the courageous way Chanel created that label. Raised in a French orphanage until age 17, Chanel experienced … Continue reading

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Fasting Day 1

It is now after 8 PM, which means that it has officially been over 24 hours since I last ate. As someone who normally struggles to get from one meal to the next without snacking, the past 24 hours have … Continue reading

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Footloose!

If anyone is interested, Suburban will be doing the musical, Footloose, this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Saturday afternoon at 2 PM.

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Buzznet, reaching across the globe

Myspace. Facebook. Friendster. These days, there are countless social networking sites. Each very similar to the next, however, unique in certain aspects. Buzznet.com is very similiar to any other social networking site. On Buzznet, you can create and customize a … Continue reading

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