|Life: The Soundtrack
||[27 Oct 2009|10:10pm]
|My Life: The Soundtrack|
Created by crazytexan82 and taken 9 times on Bzoink
|Opening Credits::|| All for You by Sister Hazel |
|Waking Up::|| Sunrise by Norah Jones |
|Average Day::|| Life in Technicolor by Coldplay |
|Spending Time With Friends::|| Sharada by Skye Sweetnam |
|Driving::|| Life is a Highway by Rascal Flatts |
|First Glance/New Crush::|| 1-2-3-4 by Feist |
|Secret Love::|| Breathless by Corrine Bailey Raye |
|First Date::|| Dream a Little Dream of me by Doris Day |
|First Kiss::|| Everything by Fefe Dobson |
|Falling In Love::|| Call me when you Get This by Corrine Bailey Raye |
|Love Scene::|| Moonlight Serenade by Frank Sinatra |
|Fight Scene::|| Let the Bodies Hit the Floor by Drowning Pool |
|Breaking Up::|| Give me one Reason by Tracy Chapman |
|Deep Thought::|| Fly me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra |
|Flashback::|| Shady Lane by Pavement |
|Partying With Friends::|| Pride and Joy by Stevie Vaughn |
|Regrets::|| I'm With You by Avril Lavigne |
|Long Night Alone::|| When You're Gone by Avril Lavigne |
|Bad Day::|| Bad Day by Daniel Powter |
|Life Is Okay::|| You Get what you Give by New Radicals |
|Wishing For Love To Return::|| If I Could Change the World by Eric Clapton |
|Fighting To Get Her Back::|| Higher and Higher by Jackie Wilson |
|Proposal::|| She's Always A Woman to Me by Billy Joel |
|Wedding::|| Moonlight Serenade by Glenn Miller |
|Reflecting On Life::|| Viva La Vida by Coldplay |
|Reflecting On Love::|| Because by The Beatles |
|Death Scene::|| Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Hawaiian Version) |
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||[09 Oct 2009|12:34pm]
Reply to this post & I will tell you one thing I envy (or perhaps admire) about you! Then post this at your journal.
|Potter Puppet Pals
||[08 Oct 2009|04:42pm]
Ok... so this one is even better than the "Mysterious Ticking Noise"
||[29 Sep 2009|12:32pm]
Hey. guys! I am considering doing a hunger fast in order to protest U.S. torture policy at Guantanamo Bay. It would be a 48-hour fast, but you coud drink juices. Would anyone be interested?
|Writer's Block: Most inspiring teacher
||[23 Sep 2009|11:36am]
Mr. Layman was, by far, the most inspiring teacher I have ever had. He taught my seventh-grade history class and was incredibly amazing. His passion for the subject was to be admired, since, at that time, very few teachers even cared. His passion is even more commendable seeing as he already had tenure and was not required to be such an amazing teacher. He loved what he did and tried to inspire that into his students. I can remember him talking about the Kennedy Assassination in class one day- the words he used to describe that event (it was his own personal interpretation) were so vivid and astounding that I can still remember every word of that lecture. I feel truly blessed to have had such a wonderful teacher, especially since there are so many out there that really don't give a damn. This is for you, Mr. Layman, may you always be happy and blessed.
Who is the most inspiring teacher you ever had and why? How often do you think about what they taught you? How has it changed your life?
|My Wicked Sweet Tatt
||[12 Sep 2009|07:54pm]
I have to say... getting a tattoo is not bad at all. It didn't hurt one bit and the place I went was totally cool.
Here it is:
||[12 Sep 2009|11:59am]
I am off to get my first and only tattoo! I would be lying if I said I wasn't nervous, but I am pretty excited.
||[25 Aug 2009|01:51pm]
Ugh... why did my move-in day have to be so tragically behind everyone else's. All of my friends are already taking there classes and out of orientation, and I have yet to do squat. I am so bored.
||[15 Aug 2009|11:26pm]
I found this nifty little Harry Potter thing off of a discussion board and thought I would post it here. It would be cool if everyone would do it too. :) especially the HP dorks.
What would be your?:
Wand: Mine would probably be about 10'' in length made from Hazel wood. Incidentally, hazel wood is associated with wisdom and I like to think of myself as a bit of a braniac. My core would probably be a unicorn hair since I kind of view myself as a bit of a pure spirit. It would probably be fairly springy, just because I'm a springy person.
Patronus: My patronus would definitely be something in the feline family; most likely a cougar. I have always felt that cougars are incredibly mysterious and represent strength of character. Also, much like myself, if you ever got on my bad side, it would probably not bode well for you.
Animagus: Same. Although, the cougar would probably have blue eyes like me.
House: I would most likely be in Gryffindor just because I am so incredibly loyal, but kind of cocky. If I find you a good person then I will defend you against any personal attacks (I do this a lot when politics comes up in my family and they try to say Obama is going to kill us all; so that is why my Republican family won't speak to me). I can also come off as really cocky when it comes to competition. Although, I could just as easily be in Slytherin because I can be very duplicitous and enterprising.
Class: I think I would have loved Transfiguration just because I am always up for a challenge. I think it was probably the most useful class there (who wouldn't want to transfigure a piece of paper into an animal?). I also really liked McGonagall in the books and I kind of act a lot like her.
Future Career: I would probably start a bookshop like Flourish and Blotts, only way better. I have always loved reading and what better for a bookworm than to set up a super awesome bookstore?
|The End of an Era...
||[07 Jun 2009|05:40am]
Yesterday, I graduated from high school. We had 12 valedictorians this year (I was one, hooray!). It was kind of weird being there, because it didn't feel like real at all, like I was in some weird dream. I was incredibly underwhelmed by the guest speaker, he just didn't have any fresh ideas when it came to it (I was jealous because last year, the seniors had an amazing guest speaker). Then I got coated with 5 pounds of silly string coming from 157 other people... God help whoever has to clean that mess up. I didn't even cry during the whole thing, odd. Anyways, my family went to Ihop (official restuaraunt of celebrations) and I had some french toast and french fries. Of course, now I do feel kind of depressed that it is all over know. It's kind of like something that you waited for for 13 years has come and gone and the ceremony ended so quickly/ was so non-sentimental. Anyways, in the newspaper article today, they only mentioned 2 of the 12 valedictorians (they didn't mention me), and half of the article was about this girl who had gotten her GED and how her brother was in a car accident this year. I don't mean to sound uncaring, but I don't see how an entire article should be devoted to that...
||[18 Apr 2009|04:31pm]
|Destined to go to prom... ALONE!
||[19 Mar 2009|07:36pm]
ok... so i have no date for prom because:
A) my boyfriend has choir tour and will be in new york city the day of prom
B) my best guy friend, who was taking me to prom, just found out that his high school and my high school have their proms on the same day (seriously, wtf? who schedules that?)
C) now i have to find a brand new date... :p
FML!!!! this sucks so hard.
||[19 Feb 2009|09:01pm]
So, I have been reading Lives of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence and came across some rather interesting facts:
1. John Adams was the ONLY founding father to never own slaves.
2. Robert Treat Paine (MA) was so poor that he had to pay for his Harvard education by serving as the school's janitor. Needless to say he received a lot of flack for this.
3. Lyman Hall was dismissed from a pastoral position at his church for "moral ineptitude."
4. Edward Rutledge, after a conversation with Thomas Jefferson, decided to release all of his slaves.
5. Benjamin Rush made a very famous contribution to the Lewis and Clark expedition: weapons-grade laxitives called "Rush's Thunderbolts."
6. Josiah Bartlett stopped an epidemic in New England.
That's all I have... so far...
|Writer's Block: In a Former Life
||[17 Feb 2009|06:32am]
1. I was one of the Village People (That would explain why my Ipod is filled with fay icons).
Do you believe in reincarnation? If your answer is "yes," describe some of your past lives.
2. I was probably John Adams...
3. I was probably Richard Nixon because I have no ethics.
|I got bored... so I took a bunch of quizzes
||[21 Jan 2009|08:20pm]
Your Word is "Peace"
You see life as precious, and you wish everyone was safe, happy, and taken care of.
Social justice, human rights, and peace for all nations are all important to you.
While you can't stop war, you try to be as calm and compassionate as possible in your everyday life.
You promote harmony and cooperation. You're always willing to meet someone a little more than halfway.
You Got 8/10 Questions Right
You are a probably a news junkie, Obama fan, or both.
You know a lot about Barack Obama - including his politics, history, and family.
It's likely you're a very knowledgeable person and quite well read.
You can't stand ignorant people, no matter what their political persuasion is.
Your Door Says You Are Universally Alluring
You are intriguing and charming.
People are naturally drawn to you, even if they don't know you.
You are calm and wise. You are a true leader.
You never feel isolated in a group. Somehow, you always belong.
Your Favorite Color Says You're Happy
Blissful --- Content --- Romantic
Idealistic --- Expressive --- Artistic
Funny --- Quirky --- Individualistic
Your Outfit Says You're Charming
You are a very adorable person. You have a sweet personality... and a sweet style.
You are quite easygoing and flexible. You could never be accused of being high maintenance.
You tend to wear whatever is comfortable but still chic.
You definitely don't buy into the idea that fashion is pain.
Your high end fashion designer match: Versace
Your must have accessory: A simple chain bracelet
Your Pink Umbrella Says You're Sensitive
When faced with adversity, you respond with compassion.
Even if someone is making life difficult for you, you can't help but see things from their perspective.
You are emotionally in tune, and you are very sensitive to those around you.
You are able to give to those who need it most, even if they are difficult to deal with.
On a rainy day: you should offer to help someone who needs you
Your Personality at 35,000 Feet Is Thoughtful and Contemplative
Deep down, you prefer spending time alone to spending time with others. You enjoy thinking more than talking.
You are not too sure what your place in the world is yet. You often feel invisible in a crowd.
Your gift is having good ears. You are naturally musical, and you pick up foreign languages easily.
You are inspired by what is possible. Real life is often too ordinary for you.
It's very easy for you to feel happy. You can find peace with any situation.
There's Not a Violent Bone in Your Body
You're cool and collected, even when someone really gets under your skin.
And while you don't blow up when you're angry, you know how to express your anger calmly.
You don't bottle emotions up or let them get out of control. For you, violence would never be an option.
There Are 0 Gaps in Your Knowledge
Where you have gaps in your knowledge:
Where you don't have gaps in your knowledge:
Your SAT Score of 1500 Means:
You Scored Higher Than Howard Stern
You Scored Higher Than George W. Bush
You Scored Higher Than Al Gore
You Scored Higher Than David Duchovny
You Scored Higher Than Natalie Portman
You Scored Lower Than Bill Gates
Your IQ is most likely in the 140-150 range
Equivalent ACT score: 33
Schools that Fit Your SAT Score:
California Institute of Technology
You are 100% Virgo
You are 100% Virgo
You Are a Crossword Puzzle
You are well read, and you have a good head for remembering facts.
You are a wordsmith. You have a way with words, and you're very literate.
You are a mysterious person who enjoys dropping little clues every now and then.
You Should Follow Unitarian Universalism
For you, religion is about asking questions. Questions that might never be answered.
In fact, you're more likely to consider yourself spiritual than religious.
You don't have any set beliefs, besides the belief that you should work to improve the world.
You are a true humanist who works for social justice and world peace.
You'll Have 2 True Loves
You don't just believe in love at first site - you've experienced it.
You develop crushes pretty easily, but keeping your interest is another matter!
You are very prone to love - hate relationships.
Number of Times You'll Have Your Heart Broken: 4
You are most compatible with people born on the 1st, 10th, 19th, and 28th of the month.
Your Theme Song is Back in Black by AC/DC
"Back in black, I hit the sack,
I've been too long, I'm glad to be back"
Things tend to get really crazy for you, and sometimes you have to get away from all the chaos.
But each time you stage your comeback, it's even better than the last!