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Life of the Bored and Taskless.

Friday, February 28, 2003

It's pretty odd when your male doctor tells you what you missed on the last two episodes of American Idol...

So here's what happened. Yesterday, my voice was planning to eat me alive during the worst time possible, chorus. But, it laid dormant until I was asleep then BAM! I woke up with hardly a voice and a sore throat. I'm missing Oklahomo practice right now as I'm typing, and I wanted to go, believe it or not. Anyway, I went to the doctor, and I had a temperature of 97.7 because my body is weird like that. I also weigh 88 pounds. That's just not right! Maybe the scale I have that says I'm anywhere between 90-95 pounds is correct, and the one at the doctor's office makes people feel a little better by shedding a few of their pounds. While this can make some people feel great, it makes me feel horrible. I mean, I even had semi-clunky shoes on.

So doctor whatever came in and he was a nice guy, genuinely nice, not phony nice like most other doctors. It turns out that he has a daughter that is a junior at C.B. West. He prescribed two...prescriptions for me. One is a pill and the other is a cough syrup...with codiene...yay. When he mentioned that, I'm sure my eyes lit up. He told me not to "operate a backhoe or anything while you're taking this" and I said, "Ohhh right, heavy machinery." and then I thought of Mitch Hedberg because one of his jokes is something like, "On some medicine, it has a warning on it that says, 'Do not operate heavy machinery while taking this drug.' How about 'Do not operate heavy machinery...ever." Haha. So my uncle, who came in with me *rolls eyes* said, "I guess she can't use the computer then. " He said, "Well, I don't think the computer is heavy machinery" and I agreed and he said something about going on websites, especially the American Idol one, and I was like oh man, he totally knows. Then, he talked about the "hook" from the last episode, which I missed, so he filled me in on it. If he wasn't the father of a teenage girl, I'd be a slightly, no EXTREMELY concerned about this.

Steph has really good taste. I'm addicted to AddictingGames.com. I've been playing it since last night practically non-stop. Remember spank the monkey? They even have that! My brothers were playing it last night and they looked like they were either possessed or epileptic. Especially Scott. Mom and I just watched as they twitched and such. I think that was more entertaining than the game itself.

I can't believe it. My mom brought back a progress report thing from math at last night's Back To School Night (part deux) and I have a 97% and I'm ranked 1 in the class. I'm glad now that I don't take the high math class, because if I did, I'd have to shoot myself. Oh yeah, and we're having a Mardi Gras party in French on Tuesday. That's pretty much the ONLY good part about taking French.

3:27 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Thursday, February 27, 2003

Online MASH Results:

You will live in Apartment.
You will drive a Black VW Beetle.
You will marry Frank and have 0 kids.
You will be a Something w/science in CA.

Not too shabby...

6:04 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Why did today have to be so bad? First, this morning I heard the horrible news that Mr. Rogers died (NOOOO! What about the movie, Michelle?) I think tomorrow, if we have school, I should wear my Mr. Rogers shirt in honor of his departure. Like in The Giver, he was "released" from this "community." Damn you Mr. Jacob. You and your birthmothers. I almost typed bitchmothers, haha. But that's what Jacob is...with his many feline friends. Ew, nasty thought.

Secondly, we had to go from AOL 8.0 to 7.0. Now everything's not as convenient as it was. Where's the neato features? I don't have a cool buddy icon or wallpaper OR desktop anymore! WAAAAA! AOL just ain't what it used to be, ain't what it used to be- ok, I'll stop.

Today in advisory, this girl named Sarah or Sara (I'm bad with names), and I talked about how skanky C.B. West was, and how they'd kick me out if I ended up going there because I bathe too often and wear new clothes every day. She wrote down that she was going to write Spanish poetry for her practice proposal, and she got great comments, the best from Dugan: "Great!" Haha, she said she bet she didn't even read it. Spanish poetry, that's classic. I'm not sure what I'm doing yet for the grad project, but I think I want to do the FLEX program at BCCC. This way, I'll get insight on how much I like teaching, specifically en Français. (a.k.a. the language of the devil)

I had the best dream ever last night, BUT I can't share it because things travel by word and I wouldn't want anything like that to happen. My lips are sealed...

We might have a schnow day tomorrow. Yay? I mean, I have little homework which is good, and anyday off from school is great. Yet, we may have to go a day later into the schoolyear, and we'll have to do even more work on saturday because tomorrow is a rehearsal day for me. I don't want to miss practicing the whore dance!

5:04 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Wednesday, February 26, 2003

Whoa man. I washed my face with this moisterizing stuff, and I got some near and/or in my eyes, and everything looks dreamlike. I suggest you try it, actually that's probably not a smart idea, but it's coming from me, so you shouldn't take it seriously to begin with.

8:42 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Oh man, I'm listening to the Mitch Hedburg CD now, and it's still great. I'm sure it won't get old, ever. Jeff and I listened to it in Basic Music Theory today, because we already did all the crap that they did in class. Good stuff. I couldn't possible pick a favorite quote, because all of his drug induced jokes are hilarious. Like my pothead Uncle Billy if he was actually funny and not just drugged out.

Last night, my mom and I had a mother-daugher outting. Shocking, I know. After the chorus rehearsal, my mom "spontaneously" took me to the Pineville Tavern. Of course Tim, her new flame, was there. I think he's a doofus, but whatever, he's mom's type, not mine. I had crème brulee, and I ate it in like 2 seconds. And I figured, hell, if you're having crème brulee, and someone else is paying for it, why not have 2. So what if your teeth rot and fall out, all that matters is that it tasted pretty damn good.

I love how my mom finds out things that make people miserable, then says them to people. (i.e. me) Last night, she said the reason why I haven't babysat in a while is because Ron and Julie are having some problems. NO! They can't! I thought they were happy. Ah damn, family relationships everywhere are going to pieces. It's not fair, but like in a certain Ben Folds' Five song, "All is fair in love." But not really. Screw it.

Guess what! We get to do the whore dance number in the dream scene! WOOO! Originally she scrapped it, but when she found out we had shitty parts in the play, she decided to make us feel needed by being sluts. I am SO in. One I get the dance down, I'm set. Now all I have to do is NOT look like I'm 12...shiz.

7:31 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Monday, February 24, 2003

"Jacqueline, I'm going to the drug store, do you need anything?"
"Yeah, could you pick me up some weeeeeeed?"
"Some weeeeeed."
"Do you want me to knock your teeth down your throat?"
"You said drug store, haha."
"Not funny, I don't like that. I'll be back, take care of your brothers for dinner."

Hehehehe, great moments in the shock battle between Jacquie and her mom.

6:22 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Wow. Did anyone see the Grammys last night? How phucked up was that? I mean, Simon and Garfunkle started off the show really well, but after that it went down the porcelin pee hole. I loved the Vanessa Carlton/John Mayer/James Taylor performance. I thought hell was officially going to freeze over, then Satan would make a special surprise appearance. Uncle Charles watched some of it then went upstairs to watch Hilter because he said anything was better than the Grammys.

I've fallen in love with this Ben Folds' Five CD. It's so great, and surprisingly, my mom liked it when we drove to school this morning. The road was still frozen over from the Grammys last night, hehehe. I'm listening to it now, actually. Jeff is going to burn me the Barenaked Ladies' Greatest Hits and an hour worth of random comedy by Mitch Hedburg. That is the best. I think I found my theme song. Yo, representin' for all the little people across da world!

One Angry Dwarf & 200 Solemn Faces

September '75 I was 47 inches high,
Mom said by Christmas I would have,
A badass mother G.I. Joe
For your little minds to blow
I still got beat up after class.

Now I'm big and important,
One angry dwarf and 200 solemn faces are you
If you really want to see me check your papers and your TV.
Look who's telling who what to do,
Kiss my ass,

Don't give me that bullshit, you know who I am,
I'm your nightmare little man.
Vic, you stole my lunch money made me cry.
Jane, remember second grade?
Said you couldn't stand my face.
Rather than kiss me you said you'd rather die.

Now I'm big and important,
One angry dwarf and 200 solemn faces are you
If you really want to see me check the papers or the TV.
Look who's telling who what to do,
Kiss my ass,

You'll be sorry one day,
Yes you will,
Yes you will.
You shouldn't push me around,
'cos I will,
Yes I will.
You'll be sorry when I'm big,
Yes you will.
When I'm big,
You will be sorry.

Now I'm big and important,
One angry dwarf and 200 solemn faces are you
If you really want to see me check your papers and your TV.
Look who's telling who what to do,
Kiss my ass,
Kiss my ass,

5:09 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Sunday, February 23, 2003

Here's a funny song that crackho Jen sent me:

"The Food Pyramid Song

The ancient pharoahs were not too bright they say,
but they made one contribution that I live by to this day
It's the food pyramid and its approved by the USDA

Whole grains are the foundation so please take my advice
have 5-11 servings of bread cereal, or rice
3-5 of vegetables and 4 fruits is best
their anti-oxidental fiber helps you to digest
3 serving of yogart, milk, and cheese
will help your bones and subsides the cattle industries
A body needs to grow, and growing taking proteins
that's why meat can be a tasty treat like fish or human beings
And when you eat your sweets, make sure you try
to limit your servings or u'll DIE


My body is a pyramid that's made of healthy food
So do what we say, eat right everyday
Buy American

If we all lived by this song. Maybe the world would be a better place"

Hahaha. Nice. She said that there was a song that goes along with that, which is trés awesome. I hope that accent was the right one.

Today, I went to the Montgomery Mallio and used my two gift certificates ($25 and $50). I gots me:

~1 pair of black pants that LOOK like jeans (very tricky)
~1 pair of blue jeans
~1 pair of capris (with no button! :( )
~2 CDs (Coldplay - A Rush Of Blood To The Head, Ben Folds Five - Whatever and Ever Amen)
~1 spring/fall jacket
~1 t-shirt from Hot Topic (COOKIE MONSTER!) and a matching wrist band
~1 top secret thingy
~Auntie Ann's cinnamon and sugar pretzel

...ok, so maybe I used some of my own money too. Alright, I used up ALL of my other money, but I haven't been to the mall in a few months, so it was worth it. Especially that pretzel.

I'm listening to the Coldplay CD now, and it's very melodic and calming. Last night, I watched the $2 Bill Coldplay on MTV from 1-2 AM. My mom came home during that, and from 2-6 AM they played a "U2 Video Timeline." Rock. Bono was SUCH a fox back then too. My mom said she might have been in the "I Will Follow" because she went to their first tour, and she was in the 3rd row, and the place looked like the place in the video. There were only 1500 people there, whoa. I only watched that for about 45 minutes, but it was pretty dayum good. Jacquie gets tired too, even though she's non-human. I should really stop talking in third person.

Oh yes it's Grammy night, and I'm feelin' right, oh yes it's Grammy night, oh what a (oh what a night). I guess I'll watch some of it, collapse on the ground and have a seizure during Springsteen's performance, then watch it some more. I hope Norah Jones beats out Springsteen for Album of the Year, because she can...how do you say...sing.

6:19 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Saturday, February 22, 2003

Highlights from yet another one of Steph and Jacquie's "Lightning Round Word Assosiation Game":

sloopiesg: my
Zakolita: aunt
sloopiesg: cat
Zakolita: mrow!
sloopiesg: poop
Zakolita: head
Zakolita: mr. h
sloopiesg: coke
sloopiesg: walrus
Zakolita: I Am The...
sloopiesg: pool
Zakolita: poop
Zakolita: (don't ask)
Zakolita: basket
sloopiesg: of eggs (?)
Zakolita: HAH!
Zakolita: chocolate cake
sloopiesg: mmmmm
sloopiesg: climb
Zakolita: tree (like Michael Jackson)
sloopiesg: charlie
Zakolita: brown!
Zakolita: peanuts
sloopiesg: butter and jelly
Zakolita: polka-dot
sloopiesg: party hat
sloopiesg: va voom
Zakolita: car? hahaha
Zakolita: tail
sloopiesg: spins (?)
sloopiesg: flibbertigibbet
Zakolita: flapdoodle!
Zakolita: dream
sloopiesg: jacquie has weird dreams
Zakolita: !@#$
sloopiesg: shit
sloopiesg: suck
Zakolita: it
Zakolita: rhino
sloopiesg: cerous
sloopiesg: hippo
Zakolita: potamus
Zakolita: bagpipes
sloopiesg: ross from friends
sloopiesg: lips
Zakolita: flaming
sloopiesg: spin
Zakolita: the bottle ;)
sloopiesg: dice
Zakolita: fuzzy
Zakolita: wuzzy
sloopiesg: had a bear
sloopiesg: was a bear
Zakolita: WAS a bear
sloopiesg: goth
Zakolita: julie phillips, i don't know!
Zakolita: texas
sloopiesg: lone ranger
sloopiesg: ?
Zakolita: walker, texas ranger, hahahaha
sloopiesg: ninja
Zakolita: muppet
sloopiesg: babies
Zakolita: YES!
Zakolita: monkey
sloopiesg: see monkey do
sloopiesg: grape
Zakolita: pasta or whatever it landed on at lunch
Zakolita: ice age
sloopiesg: scrat
Zakolita: weird
sloopiesg: o
sloopiesg: yuck
Zakolita: y
Zakolita: stink
sloopiesg: y
sloopiesg: chicken
Zakolita: noodle poop
sloopiesg: percent
Zakolita: of error, ahhhh
sloopiesg: hahahahaha
sloopiesg: chemistry

That, my friends, was skillful! Steph and I = word assosiation MASTAHS!

11:26 PM | Jacquie | 2 comments links to this post

When I took my nappypoo today, I had a weird dream. Mike Mohapp liked Steph a lot, and wrote anonymous notes to her and stuff. I knew all about it because I think I talked to Mike, and I asked Steph, who was sitting next to Jen, who she thought it was. She said, "Duh, it's either Mike or Jacquie or-" and I was like "JACQUIE? It wasn't me!" Crazyness. Whenever I talked to Steph, he was always standing in the doorway of the room we were in, and whenever I looked at him he smiled. At the end of the dream, he got a cake for her, and it said something in icing on it about a "rock", which I took as a diamond ring or something, and when Steph saw the cake, which me and some others were pigging out on, I asked her if she wanted vanilla or chocolate, and she said, "Ew, I hate chocolate cake!" and I said "Me too!" as I ate a piece of chocolate cake. WHAT DRUGS AM I ON? Actually, I'm on extra strength Excedrin right now, but that was a totally non-drug influenced dream.

Man, I really like someone right now. ;)

8:03 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

The lock-in last night was really fun. Kurios played (again) and I once again got to see the superfoxy lead singer named Liam (Lauren told me that, I'm not a stalker or anything, heh) They handed out inflatable electric guitars, and I got a pink one, woo! They were mainly used to hit inflatable footballs and people. Faultline, an all-Junior band (I think), played and they were really good. They covered Oasis' "Wonderwall" and Lost Prophets' "Shinobi vs. Dragon Ninja" without messing them up too bad. We all played UNO and Alec and I were having a fierce battle for the game...and Courtney. SHE TOTALLY LOVES ME MORE!

After the bands played, a DJ played dance songs, and Dana and I were hot together. We also watched Ice Age (I finally got to see it, Scrat!) and it was really funny. I decided I was going to go to sleep because it was around 3 AM, so I went to sleep in a isolated area while everyone watched My Big Fat Greek Wedding. I also must add that this was the reunion of Pip, Pop and Titter, which rocked. During the course of the lock-in I managed to knock over a table, spill two drinks, and step in a spilled drink. Not too shabby.

I woke up surrounded by NO ONE, which was really funny. They gave us donuts (Yum Yum RULES) and orange juice, which is one of the drinks I spilled, thanks to Bridget, haha. I went home and read On The Road until I decided to take a quick "nap." I woke up at 1:30. So much for my whole "I can't sleep during the daytime" theory. After I woke up, I watched the endings of Philadelphia and Sister Act that I never got to see when we watched the movies in school. It's really weird that they were on back-to-back. My aunt and uncle rented Caberet and Moulin Rouge for me, and I watched Cabaret. It was really good/weird, but unlike Uncle Charles, I can handle abstract movies, although he likes Cabaret because of it's historical background. Sigh.

So now what am I going to do? I feel like crap, and it's not because I'm deprived of sleep, if you know what I mean. I'm going to eat Chinese soon, so I'll be just fine. Oh, and my mom didn't go with me last night. Surprise surprise...

7:53 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Friday, February 21, 2003

Isn't it funny how life can screw with you from time to time? Here's two examples:

1) Yesterday, I took a quiz in French. There were two test sheets, and she gave them to us one at a time. I was doing really bad on the quiz, and when she handed us the second test sheet, I noticed that there were some of the answers to the questions on the first sheet on it. So I thought, "To cheat or not to cheat?" I didn't cheat, but I looked around and everyone was cheating. I was proud of myself because I thought it was better to fail honestly than pass with guilt. After the quiz was over, Mde. Fichtman said, "I noticed that there were some answers to the questions from the first sheet on the second sheet, so you could fill in any answers you didn't get right" and something like "duh, think about it." I guess academic honesty is overrated. Sheesh.

2) In the morning, my bus picks me up at about 6:45 when it's supposed to get there 10 minutes earlier. My dad always rushes me and so I shiver my skinny little ace off for 10 minutes. This morning, however, I decided to wait an extra 5 minutes, but while doing so, the goddam bus went by my house while my dad yelled "GODDAM BUSDRIVER!" Oy vey.

We started the dream scene dance rehearsals for Oklahoma! on Wednesday. I guess I'm doing well...Today, Kaelin, Dana and I were doing this horse thing. I was in the front pretending to ride the horse, Kaelin was doing a fake lasso thing, and I forget what Dana did, but it was priceless. We decided that we're just going to skip the dance and do that. It's so much better anyway. We had to do a scene with some guys and Nick Ballasy is my partner. He said he was going to say that he was a narcoleptic in his bio, and onstage he'd pass out from time to time. I took it upon myself to slap him when necessary. So far so good...?

Today in chemistry, we went to the computer lab and went on this site that had an interactive periodic table. I booted up my computer with my partner (me), and soon discovered a lovely suprise...IT HAD MICHAEL JACKSON WALLPAPER ON IT! AHHHHHH! Some guy said, "Hey look, Michael Jackson wallpaper!" "Where?" "On her computer!" Then they all looked at my computer. I must have looked like an ass, because I was sitting on a chair that had no back. Why did I have to get the pediphile computer and the bum chair? I ♥ fate.

Oh, and I HAVE to mention the quote of the...year. This morning, Nadia stole one of my glorious magnets from my locker, and I called her a cleptomaniac. Finally I stole it back and I said, "I can't stand cleptos! My brother is a clepto, and I can stand it!" Wow, that was great. I also did this drunk ballerina thing today and it was pretty funny. All I did was basically spun around with my finger on my head and yelled things like "BALLET! WOOOOO!" You had to be there to see it.

I'm going to the lock-in at the Warwick Fire Hall for St. Cyril's for the second year in-a-row. Last year's was really fun, and I'm sure I'm going to have fun again this time. My mom is *supposed* to pick me up and take me tonight, where she will stay...untill 11. Is this true or not, I don't know. All I know is that I'm outta here!

~ Love,
Dorkquie, the stoned ballerina

6:44 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Tuesday, February 18, 2003

I watched Joe Shmoe Millionaire last night, and he picked Zora, who is my aunt's friend's friend's daughter. I SO have connections.

While watching that, guess who had to call me and ruin my life. You guessed it. My pothead uncle Billy. Man, I just love it when he does that because I always answer the phone, so I'm left to ward him off. He asked me where my mom was and I said Daytona, and he said he wanted to check if I was lying because he said he knew that. He also said how he had people watching her and they knew where she was and blah blah blah and he knew she went to the hospital on 1/14 and all this other shat. He also talked about his undying hatrid for my mother and a lot of it didn't phase me because a) I was trying to watch TV and b) He was probably on one or more substances so all reason left the conversation before it even started. Then I said I love you (HAHA) when the conversation was over and I hung up the phone. And let out one helluva loud scream.

I'm so happy we didn't have school today. We have a 2-hour delay, and I like this too.

American Idol is on tonight...:-D Why this excites me, I don't know.

Tomorrow is (finally) my first practice for Oklohomo! I'm actually excited, as insignificant as my role is. Whatever, I don't care, I'm just going to dance...in the sand of the Carribean. WOW that brings back memories. Holy macaroni, I have to say that tomorrow to Dana, I think we'll C.B. Shit our pants.

Catcher In The Rye is really good. I thought I should let ya'll know.

6:33 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Monday, February 17, 2003

Believe it or not, I watched the Gaytona 500. Once my ears got used to the volume it wasn't that bad. I couldn't escape it, so if you can't beat it, watch it. They had a red flag twice because it was raining, so they called the race. Guess who's mom was there...mine. My uncle Skip, who lives in Tampa, called up my dad asking if he wished it upon her. I'd say that one of the rain delays was dad and one was mine, after all she is my mom. Poor mom, hehe.

It shnowed like a mother last night, maybe that was mom's doing, because she hates snow. We got something like 2 feet of snow, so I doubt that we're having school tomorrow. Yay. So what if we have to make it up during summer, that is later, this is now. The good thing is that if we didn't already have off today, we would have to make up today.

Right now I'm watching my brothers watch Kim Possible. Woo.

I have nothing to do right now except piss my dad off by downloading more songs. These are the ones I have downloaded:
Ben Folds Five ~ Army, Song for the Dumped (in process)
Beatles ~ Eleanor Rigby
The All American Rejects ~ Swing Swing
Bloodhound Gang ~ Mope
Brand New ~ Jude Law and the Semester Abroad
Taking Back Sunday ~ Great Romances...
Flaming Lips ~ Fight Test
BRMC ~ Whatever Happened To My Rock 'n' Roll (in process)
Styx ~ Come Sail Away (in process)

There might be some others but whatever. Like Cartman said "Whatever! Whatever! I do what I want!" That was a damn good episode of South Park last night. It's such a warm and fuzzy family show.

2:21 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Sunday, February 16, 2003

Happy belated V-Day! I really don't care anymore about it, maybe because a) I don't have a Valentine and b) You get more candy on Halloween anyway.

Today...is the "super bowl of NASCAR racing"...the Daytona 500. *Cringe* My dad loves racing, and the Daytona 500 is the king of all races. He puts the surround sound on, and turns up the volume to 5.2 million decibles. I can't escape the house, because we're supposed to get 8-16 inches of snow, or the equivalent of my height. I wanted to read today, but I guess that's out of the question because I can close my door all I want, but there's a speaker RIGHT above my door. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

Yesterday I helped my aunt do an Egyptian program at the Northampton library. The kids (2nd-6th graders) made sarchophaguses and they did a great job. After the program, I checked out Catcher In The Rye and On The Road, and I read 40 pages of Catcher In The Rye last night. Dan was on my case about reading it because he said it "changed his life", so I figured I'd please him, as well as myself if it met my expectations. So far it's really good.

10:47 AM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Wednesday, February 12, 2003

My mom's TV has blown out speakers, that go from normal to fuzzy, and I put my Weezer CD in the playstation to play it on the thingy with the whacked out images, and it was amazingly cool. Why, you might ask, because with the fuzzy speakers, the drum beats were made really loud and it sounded all ghetto and such, and I thought about Jeff because that's what he does during class, and it's so funny. It seriously sounded like club music...and it was Only In Dreams which is QUITE the opposite of that. I ♥ the TV's messed up speakers.

9:13 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

You will live in Mansion.
You will drive a yellow your mom.
You will marry Dan and have 1 kids.
You will be a Comedian in NYC.

Dan's fine with this, but I said earlier this week that I would be glad to have Jeff's babies...hmmmmm. Oh, and your mom better be hella buff, because she's going to be hauling my ass around FOREVER!

Tonight, my Aunt made us sing Happy Birthday to Abe Lincoln because Kyle has an obsession with him. Wow, I never realized how stupid that sounds until now.

9:08 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Today was a pretty good, or "godo" day. That reminds me, I need to read my notey note from Shnephie. The 2 1/2 hours in chem, once again, was bearable, and I got a lot of work done. Basic Music Theory, was also once again, a breeze and we had an extremely hard test. *Sarcasm* After we finished the ultra difficult test, Jeff whipped out his earphones and we listened to the Barenaked Ladies greatest hits, and it WAS great. Hopefully, he's going to burn it for me because it was awesome. And Canadian. The test in math was pretty easy, but Kellie was asking Mrs. Olsen a million questions about it, and it was comical indeed. Jen kept writing notes to Vicki and I and holding them up and one of them said "My desk smells like cookies!" Oh man, that was totally a Jen thing. Kellie then smelled her desk. Haha.

On the bus ride home, Dana and I were talking about C.B. South and she asked if I knew what the school colors and mascot was going to be and I said the colors would be yellow and brown (bodily waste) and the mascot would be a giant turd. From there it kept going and soon we renamed the school C.B. Shit and made a slogan: "South: It's the shit." We're going to have a ghetto principal, preferably Shaft, and I'm going to pen the school anthem. It's going to be the shit. Oh, and the bus driver didn't stop at my house so I just got off with Brittany.

Right now my brothers are in a bad state. Kyle was crying because he said his teacher makes him feel like he never does anything right because she tells him to be quiet and whisper when he's whispering. Odd. She even wrote it on his report card, which was really good. Scott won't talk because his teacher told him to shut up today and he got 3 C's and 1 B on his report card so my aunt banned him from the Playstation. As for me, I have no homework and I got all A's and an A- on my report card. Something tells me that this situation doesn't seem right. Wow, our family is so happy and loving that I'm getting sickened by its sweetness. Hah.

One last thing, American Idol's on tonight, and this makes me happy. Someone slap me please.

5:39 PM | Jacquie | 0 comments links to this post

Tuesday, February 11, 2003

You know what, AOL, I DID have a lot of cool things to blog about but NOOOO, I got kicked off twice. I thought I got you when I copied what I already wrote and when you kicked me off I smited you. Then, you made a pact with the computer in which it would freeze just to piss me off and make me restart the computer. Screw you, AOL/Dell! Oh well, maybe someone would have gotten a kick out of the great things I was typing but now, just like how many licks it takes to get to the center of the Tootsie Pop, the world may never know. All I can say is that American Idol's on in 30, and I need to get homework done. I had an ok day, and I hung with Dan for a little while when I went to pick up the cheesecakes that my family ordered for the chorus fundraiser.

My mom is in Daytona all this week and this means that a) she's going to watched the ever-so-sacred Daytona 500 b) I get her bed for a week which means that I can fall asleep now that I don't have to sleep on the air matress in the office c) I should have a party because my mom is really hard to get rid of and now she's gone so we should boogie on down 'til the cows come home.

Today in French, Fichtman gave us journals and they were pre-used, so she put "My Name Is" stickers on top of the names that were written there previously. I was going to take the one with the cool sticker, but then I saw one with a "=w=" written on it so I immediately grabbed it. Sorry, I was feeling the Weezer love, I had to. Alrighty, I should go, ttfn.

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Sunday, February 02, 2003

This weekend was pretty good, compared to the other weekends lately. I was having a "losing streak," if you will. Ah, my eye's twitching. Anyway, I went skiing at Tanglwood with the boys, my dad, and Cheryl. I've only gone skiing 3 times, this being my third. Cheryl and I were scoping out the boys, and we managed to find a really hot snowboarder. While on the ski lift, some 12 or 13 year old guy who was behind us starting yelling things to me. I was looking for my dad and Kyle who were a couple of chairs back, and maybe he thought I was looking at him. He said things like "Hey sexy" and said something about sticking something up my "bum." Wow. That was quite unnecessary. We saw him later on, and it turned out that he was riding a skateboard that was on top of a snowboard...I guess that's not common.

One time at the end of the ski lift, I kind of, well, DIDN'T GET OFF. I yelled "Cheryl!" and I fell/skied down a snow heap. Another time, when we had to ski up to where the ski lift would pick us up, I kind of skied sideways and almost fell. They stopped the ski lift, and one of the guys operating it clapped. The other said, "What's your name?" and I said, "Um, Jacquie?" Then he yelled to the people in the line for the ski lift, "Alright everyone, on the count of 3 yell 'Boo Jacquie!' Ready 1, 2, 3, BOO JACQUIE! Oh come on, do it again, BOO JACQUIE!" Oh man, that was SO FUNNY! I was like cracking up, then I turned around to the people in the line and bowed. Why get embarrassed, it's more fun to laugh about it. I did burn my tongue on the hot cocoa I had in the lodge (it still hasn't recovered) but other than that it was fun. Kyle did really well on skis, and Scott had some difficulty on his snowboard, because he gave up after one try. Later he went back to practicing, and next time he'll do alright. My dad sucks and wiped out a lot, but most of the times were because he was too busy watching Kyle. I wiped out twice but they were because the person in front of me was swerving back and forth and I didn't know which way to go and I just fell over to get it over with. I love how that last sentence screwed over commas. Who needs commas anyway? Psh, they're so unloved.

Well tomorrow, I start anew. New classes, new teachers, new classmates. Gulp. I loved my teachers and classmates! They were so great! I might just die now. I know that my math class will be fun(?) because I have Jen, Kellie, Allie, and Caitlyn in my class. This means that because it's 3rd block, they're also in my lunchie! Woo! Basic Music Theory should be EASY and I know a lot of people who are in that class with me. I'll post back tomorrow on my first impressions of my classes, teachers, and whatnot. Tchao!

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