sigerson: (onigiri)
More memage...we'll see when the saturation point hits. I first encountered it through [ profile] sanj, and have adopted [ profile] wavyarms's edits, and then made a minor edit of my own.

Who are you?
If we've met, when and how did we meet?
What event or place would you like to go to with me?
Would you kiss me?
Describe me in one word.
What was your first impression?
How has your impression of me changed? (Did it?)
What reminds you of me?
If you could give me anything what would it be?
If you could give me one book what would it be?
When's the last time you saw me?
Ever wanted to tell me something but couldn't?
What do you think the future holds for me in the next 10 years that I don't expect?
What have I gotten absolutely right? Could be an event, a life philosophy, a piece of advice, a joke, anything.
What have I said/done that made you laugh the hardest?
Are you going to put this on your blog and see what I say about you?

Also, I was toying with an LJ haiku generator and produced this gem:
rule and then it
continued to rule and
then it ruled some

I leave you with that.
sigerson: (monks whap!)
I Got In.

Both Harvard and University of Chicago have admitted me!
Harvard's offering me serious grant-age and loan-age too!

I got in!

(entry being cut short for sheer volume of celebration)
sigerson: (woo hoo!--Wens)
The day has started well.

Last night's stimulating conversation sent me to sleep with a thoughtful head--not troubling, just thoughtful, the kind where you feel that you've exercised your brain a bit.

This morning, a letter I'd been waiting for for three weeks was on the fax. I've got a Dunkin Donuts coffee, a day full of walking around and being active, and a great weekend up ahead.

I'm working my juju for the rest of you, lighting a mental mojo candle and saying a hope that this good feeling is pervasive throughout your day.

Now to groove some more!
sigerson: (ninja)

I must now direct your attention here.

Go now! Go, and read the teaser, and then run--Run, I say!--to your nearest bookstore and pick up a copy of this! For the [ profile] stealthmuffin, her stories, they rock! And now, we can say her PUBLISHED stories rock!

This deserves the happy dance. Screw that Valentine Day stuff, I'm grooving to my twin's publication.

yee haw!

Jan. 11th, 2005 02:25 pm
sigerson: (woo hoo!--Wens)
1:09pm-2:26pm (okay so I took a longer lunch than I shoulda)
Began: 5.5 pages. Finished: 9.5 pages which as everyone who has ever slacked a paper knows, counts as 10!

Maybe I'll take 10 this afternoon and proofread.

You know, taking a class non-credit is so not good for my study habits.

Did I mention that I'm wearing a suit? And that it makes me look wicked hot? I like da pinstripes.
sigerson: (Default)
Why do I love these pants?

Because they love me back.

They're black, jean-cut, my first-ever boot-cut style. They have silver and black embroidery at the cuffs. I kept looking down and thinking I'd brushed up against the cat.

Most of all, though...they fit like no other pant has ever dared to fit. They ride lower on my waist than any other pair (yes, I know I'm hike-your-pants-up queen), and they are slightly stretchy, so they hug my hips and thighs without squeezing or constricting. Just...hugging.

How can you not love clothes that hug you?

In other news, Mom sent me a Wembley doll! From Fraggle Rock, remember? And he's my Wembley!
sigerson: (ninja)

The Red Sox
have won
the World Series.

Ten minutes ago, not just 86 years ago.

I can feel myself slipping into gleeful zombie mode.

sigerson: (Default)


sigerson: (Default)
We're going to game 7. The Red Sox and the Yankees are now 3 and 3.

To paraphrase [ profile] stealthmuffin:

"Curt! Curt, I love you! But we only have nine innings left to save Boston!"

I shall now shimmy like a ciliate.

Geek mojo

Oct. 19th, 2004 09:23 am
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Freaky-ass high-tops and all!
sigerson: (ninja)

They want me to stay at this job. And they want to hire me as soon as they can. It's not a done deal, because they have to post it and consider other applicants. And they're cool with me going to grad school if I get in. And they have offered to help me buff my resume and cover letter--after all, it's what one of my bosses does as her job.

And the pay grade is three grades higher than ART.

Which translates (factoring in the year-round non-seasonal nature of the job) to at least $7K more annually than I made as a costumer.

And I'd be fully insured again.

Excuse me while I do the happy dance!


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