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Mighty Girl
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Friday, September 10, 2004

I hadn't even finished writing the entry on how my Spanish situation turned out happily-ever-after (just like I said it would). And now something else has come up that indirectly effects me, and I can't say anything specific because of people who I know read this, but it involves my role as a Student Staff member and totally threw me off.

Posted by Serene Chaos at 7:04:00 PM °°°

Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Everyone has now left the computer lab, because gosh, who wants to be in a computer lab at 1:25 in the morning. So now it's just me. Sitting in here alone. Getting paid to watch an entirely empty computer lab for another half hour.

Posted by Serene Chaos at 1:27:00 AM °°°

You can always tell when I have work I don't want to do by the number of worthless posts I make in an evening.

Posted by Serene Chaos at 1:06:00 AM °°°

Monday, September 06, 2004

So, I watched the rerun of the season 2 season finale tonight. I was still just as shocked by Treat's (Dr. Brown's) actions as I was before.

But, the point of this post (what, there's a point?) is that I saw the preview for next week's season premier. And Ephram has floppy hair. Gregory Smith grew his hair out over the summer, and now he has CuteDean hair. While I really like the CuteDean hair on CuteDean, I don't like it, at all, on Gregory Smith.

Oh, and my other point? Both Gregory Smith and Emily VanCamp were on a WB public service announcment telling people to vote. And they are both Canadian. They are Canadian citizens. They can't vote in the United States. Why are they telling us to vote? Oh, the ironies, the ironies...

Posted by Serene Chaos at 9:35:00 PM °°°

There are so many allergens outside that I can literally see them floating by my window. It makes my nose itch.

Posted by Serene Chaos at 7:40:00 PM °°°

Do you know what was mailed today? My Everwood Season 1 DVD set! Do you know how excited I am? This Excited! (She says, while spreading her arms out wide to show how big "this" is.) Do you know what I'm going to be doing this weekend? Watching Everwood! Do you know what I'm excited for about the Everwood DVDs? Audio commentary on four episodes, including the episode in which Ephram says the Mourners Kadish in Hebrew. I love that episode.

And remember. The Everwood Season Premiere airs next Monday, (September 13th) at 9/8central, on your local WB station. Everyone (and by everyone, I mean people like me who like corny WB shows like Everwood and Gilmore Girls) should watch it. So that we can finally find out what is going to happen with the whole "Madison in Pregnant?!" and "Dr. Brown turns to Dr. Evil and bans her from his village?!" storylines.

Ahh, Berlanti...

Posted by Serene Chaos at 5:41:00 PM °°°

So, I'm reading everyone's pages and they are all like, "Happy Labor Day, Blah blah blah, la la la". And I'm like, "Labor Day... Isn't that a federal holiday in which all Americans are supposed to sit and eat barbecues and think about the people who have... labored, or something like that?" Because, I don't get Labor Day off. I didn't even know it was Labor Day, until I tried to buy books at the school bookstore, and found it closed. So now I have eighteen gazillion pages to read in several different books which I do not own and cannot buy because of the closed status of the bookstore.

And yet, while we don't get Labor Day off, we do have FIVE weeks of Winter Break, which is simply ridiculous.

Happy Labor Day :-)

Posted by Serene Chaos at 5:18:00 PM °°°