I am an extremely nervous person (you haven't seen nervous until you meet me) , and today I applied for a job at Wal-Mart. The orientation is on tuesday, and it's all I can think about. I know there's really nothing to worry about, but I still can't take my mind off it. So, help me out, what do you do when you're nervous?
My friend and I are both 18, so we're trying to save our money so we can move out of our parents houses, and we started talking about what we are most looking forward to. I'm really looking forward to being able to go out and not worry about what time it is. My parents always assume that when I'm out until 11 or 12 I'm gonna come home drunk. So yeah, I want to be able to come home whenever and then if I'm hungry make a snack or get the dishes done or whatever instead of worrying about whether or not I'm making too much noise. I won't have to worry about getting the third degree either. So, what are you looking forward to? If you are already living away from your parents, what is your favorite thing about it?
firstly.. to any who followed or admired him, I am sorry for the loss you feel and I hope you find some comfort.
Any thoughts on what changes in the world this will bring? Pope John Paul II was a tremendously influential man and brought great change to the Catholic world and to the Church's ways... He aided in the escape of Jews from the Nazi regime as a priest in his homeland of Poland and later went on to become the first Pope to address and reconcile the thousand-year divide between Jews and Catholics, extending the Vatican's formal overture to Israel and opening lines of communication never before possible. He travelled more than any other pontiff, and changed just about every perception of the stiff aloofness of his predecessors.
I am not Catholic and I'm not a proponent of many of its core tenets -- the antigay and antichoice rhetorics, for example. But I have a lot of respect for this man's accomplishments and I wonder what his successor will do -- and how he will live up to the example John Paul II set.
this is exactly what i put on the JxC boards, but...yeah.
Today, my history teacher, Mr. F, decides that he wants to have some fun. So there are these five girls in his first hour class who decides to go to the class next door, Mrs. M's class. Now Mr. F knows that they went there, but he writes five referrals (warnings, or the things that tell parents their child is in trouble), and they say that all five of them are getting suspended for insubordination, they left the class room without asking the teacher. Well, the five girls come back into the classroom, and Mr. F says "why did you guys just leave? Did i say you could leave?" and he hands them the referrals. What you are supposed to do after you get a referral is to go down to the Office and get it signed by an administrator. So as the girls are leaving to go down to the office, and they get out of the room, Mr. F sprints to the fhone, calls the office, and says "Okay, i just sent five girls down there with referrals. It's a joke, have some fun with them." So when the girls arrive at the office, the secretery says in a stern voice "Girls, sit down.". The secretery calls Mr. F back and asks if he wants the Principal to talk to them, and he said yes. So the girls get sent down to the Principals office, and by time they're there, they are all just BAWLING. So when the principal walks in, prepared to mess around with their minds, he sees that all five of them are crying and stuff, so then he just says "You know he was just joking right?" So then all five girls walk back to their history class, and while they were gone, Mr. F puts sticky notes on their chairs that say "April Fools!". Four of the five girls were too appalled to see them, and they just sat down, but one girl saw the sticky note, puts her head into her hands, falls to her knees and just cries her brains out. Now, I wasnt there, but Mr. F describes this to us in crazy detail, and it was HILARIOUS!
Then later that day, while Mr. F was on his lunch break, ten guys, with the help of two teachers, Ms. D and Mrs. A (who had the master key that opened any room in the school) took all the tables and chairs out of Mr. F's room, and hid them in Mrs. A's room. They took all but one table, and they took that table, flipped it over, and put it in the middle of the room. They also cleared Mr. F's desk, so there was nothing on it. I was passing by when Mr. F saw his class room, and his face was So red. haha.
thats my april Fools story of Today
Oh yeah, When we got cell fhones, we got a couple free ones, and my brother got a free one, but we have extras. What we are going to do is tell my dad that my brother dropped his cell fhone, and it wont turn on any more. Then when my dad asks to see the fhone, we're going to give him a free one (not the actual one my brother has, but they look the same) that has weights stuffed into where the batteries are supposed to be, so it feels like a the real fhone with the batteries in it. When my dad checks the batteries, to see that they are functioning right, there's going to be a note inside that says "April Fools!"
I've been talking with a few people about dreams and nightmares. And everytime I tell someone about my bunny dream they laugh. They think it's a cute dream but to me it's actually a nightmare. The dream involves a bunny with no ears hissing at me, To this day I'm not too fond of bunnies.
Different things are scary to different people. What most people find scary doesn't bother me at all. When I tell people about dreams I've had where people die in horrible ways or dreams that involve monsters they always assume it's a nightmare when it's not for me, Monsters are just an everyday/night occurance in my dreams. Plus they're not all evil, sometimes they just happen to be working at the supermarket.
So what type of nightmare things do you find scary? CONFESS!
So, I saw this movie last night. Aside from the micro-sleeps I was having, this movie was just horrible. It jumped into the world of relying on graphics to provide the shock factor. If you haven't seen, you'll notice they rely much more on computer graphics to convey the fear and the 'mystery'.
In the first one (original and US edition), we learnt throughout the movie. We found out that things later on would relate to things we had already seen. There were twists and things were relatively easy to explain (well, in comparison).
In the 2nd movie, things cannot be explained at all. They have just pulled circumstances out of their ass to make the movie make sense (they kind of failed). I don't know how to take it, but I'm going to assume whoever wrote the script really didn't understand the first movie too well, and relied on the alternate (original) movies to create the first american edition of the ring. And for the second, they had no idea what to do.
After seeing this movie, I am starting to feel that $equel$ are just becoming fashion and are well overrated. They are killing good movies.
Yay, 4-day weekend coming up! Happy Easter to anyone who celebrates it. At least one of the days is a national/worldwide holiday, right? Anyone doing anything special? I'm planning on getting caught up on my sleep, and hopefully we'll have an Easter egg hunt like we have every year since I was a little girl. Tee hee.