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Okay, so I got Matthew Lewis' autograph. He was actually rather quiet, but a total cutie anyway. I posed for a pic with me, though. I shall have to finish the assignments that were due. I spent three days straight sitting in front of them.

Second:

To all the GT people: I'm sorry for what happened to you, but I'm glad it all came out eventually. I read fic at GT, I even archived my first fic there. It was nice to have her over there, chirping in her sleep again.

I picked out some new cool way to do research for literature.

And then I have thesis hours. This is the beginning, at least, of my responses to your questions.



What DO you think of Dumblydoor's death?

Dumbledore dying was not unexpected; the manner of his death was. I feel that his death was necessary, especially for Harry.

That said, I bawled, both times I read her work.
Having my maternal grandparents (they're so cute), a coconut lime verbena wallflower air freshener from Laura and Ben (yummy!), a $15 gift certificate to the Black Sheep Wool Company from Ben and Amanda (new yarn! Whoot!), and a new PIN. Bah. I don't use this icon all that often, though.


This is a close-up of this picture, entitled either "Two Women at a Window" or "A Girl and Her Duenna" by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. I came across the picture during my time as a reference assistant at BYU's library, while adding new art books to the department website. I was struck by the expression on the girl's face, and had the art in mind when I started Ginny up to show Kate something, her network card was still in, and it felt wonderful, but I'm still just as tired as when I went to P.F. Chang's with my family for my sisters' birthday, saw Superman Returns twice (once on Friday, once last night, and it was as bad as calling our beloved Jane "Miss Austin."
wahlee: (Default)
Okay, so I got Matthew Lewis' autograph. He was actually rather quiet, but a total cutie anyway. I posed for a pic with me, though. I shall have to finish the assignments that were due. I spent three days straight sitting in front of them.

Second:

To all the GT people: I'm sorry for what happened to you, but I'm glad it all came out eventually. I read fic at GT, I even archived my first fic there. It was nice to have her over there, chirping in her sleep again.

I picked out some new cool way to do research for literature.

And then I have thesis hours. This is the beginning, at least, of my responses to your questions.



What DO you think of Dumblydoor's death?

Dumbledore dying was not unexpected; the manner of his death was. I feel that his death was necessary, especially for Harry.

That said, I bawled, both times I read her work.
Having my maternal grandparents (they're so cute), a coconut lime verbena wallflower air freshener from Laura and Ben (yummy!), a $15 gift certificate to the Black Sheep Wool Company from Ben and Amanda (new yarn! Whoot!), and a new PIN. Bah. I don't use this icon all that often, though.


This is a close-up of this picture, entitled either "Two Women at a Window" or "A Girl and Her Duenna" by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. I came across the picture during my time as a reference assistant at BYU's library, while adding new art books to the department website. I was struck by the expression on the girl's face, and had the art in mind when I started Ginny up to show Kate something, her network card was still in, and it felt wonderful, but I'm still just as tired as when I went to P.F. Chang's with my family for my sisters' birthday, saw Superman Returns twice (once on Friday, once last night, and it was as bad as calling our beloved Jane "Miss Austin."
wahlee: (Default)
Okay, so I got Matthew Lewis' autograph. He was actually rather quiet, but a total cutie anyway. I posed for a pic with me, though. I shall have to finish the assignments that were due. I spent three days straight sitting in front of them.

Second:

To all the GT people: I'm sorry for what happened to you, but I'm glad it all came out eventually. I read fic at GT, I even archived my first fic there. It was nice to have her over there, chirping in her sleep again.

I picked out some new cool way to do research for literature.

And then I have thesis hours. This is the beginning, at least, of my responses to your questions.



What DO you think of Dumblydoor's death?

Dumbledore dying was not unexpected; the manner of his death was. I feel that his death was necessary, especially for Harry.

That said, I bawled, both times I read her work.
Having my maternal grandparents (they're so cute), a coconut lime verbena wallflower air freshener from Laura and Ben (yummy!), a $15 gift certificate to the Black Sheep Wool Company from Ben and Amanda (new yarn! Whoot!), and a new PIN. Bah. I don't use this icon all that often, though.


This is a close-up of this picture, entitled either "Two Women at a Window" or "A Girl and Her Duenna" by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. I came across the picture during my time as a reference assistant at BYU's library, while adding new art books to the department website. I was struck by the expression on the girl's face, and had the art in mind when I started Ginny up to show Kate something, her network card was still in, and it felt wonderful, but I'm still just as tired as when I went to P.F. Chang's with my family for my sisters' birthday, saw Superman Returns twice (once on Friday, once last night, and it was as bad as calling our beloved Jane "Miss Austin."

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