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30 April 2009 @ 10:33 pm
So June is upon us....which means only a bit over a months before Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince as well as my birthday (same day!)

I'm taking a large band of kids up to The Discovery Place in Charlotte to see it in IMAX. Shall be loads of fun and the best 20th birthday evar... EEP! 20th birthday =(( No more teenage years.

I'm a chronic list maker, so I have to make a list of things I want for my birthday (but unfortunately will not receive, lol!)

::The 20th Birthday Wishes of PrincessTomato::

Violin (wheee)
"Needle-nose" pliers, a rainbow of tiny beads, and some jewelry wire! (those would all go to tgethter, but I could use just the pliers)
Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austin
Mr. Darcy's Diary by Amanda Grange
Mr. Darcy Take a Wife by Linda Berdoll
Darcy and Elizabeth: Days and Nights at Pemberley
Pride and Prejudice Brittish Mini-Series on DVD...or VHS ^^;
Studio Ghibli ultimate boxset (includes all movies with the exception of Howl's Moving Castle)
Taeyang Missionary (brand new never opened!!!)
Ikea cube bookcase/shelf for doll &c. display

mood: thirstythirsty
27 April 2009 @ 05:22 am

Ugh ~ what a day....


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27 March 2009 @ 10:02 pm
Here we are again....

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23 March 2009 @ 10:23 am
My best friend of like..9 years is moving to another state today. I'm so excited /upset about it. It's like the best thing in the world for her to get away from her current living situation, get her started on her music career (she'll have access to a studio!), spend time with her family, and really get the hell out of the shit hole town she was stuck in with her emotionally abusive partner.

I'm also really going to miss her... It's something like a 6 hour drive to Charleston from here. I'm afraid we'll lose touch easily, but just can't let that happen. We've been through everything together~ seriously.

In commemoration of her departing day I'm ordering a dolly who will stay here in her stead, my first Hujoo =) Hopefully a little dolleh therapy will ease the pain of separation ._.;;;
09 March 2009 @ 11:14 am

Just so I don't lose track of my current purchases/what I'm waiting for:

Lead's eyechips from Pinkcow
Blythe springs from seafoam
Cancan wig from Jaycee
Sage's cellphone from (some shopadollic member..??)
Bratz jeans and jumprope from (some flickr member..?)
Blythe eyechips from (some tib member..?)
Re-Ment Modular Table/Shelf from (some tib member)
Brown/Blonde wig from Bubblishpop

<possible>Flowery Barbie dress from (some tib member)

10 February 2009 @ 08:16 am

Suburban/Urban sprawl is responsible for so many of our country's (and the world's) problems. Where I live you can't walk just anywhere, everything is very spread apart. We are totally dependent on automobiles, which in turn increases obesity rates, pollution, and wastes our money. While people living in a urban area can easily walk to the market, or to school, get exercise, save the enviorment, and save money. Until very recently I have been against living in larger cities, but that was before I considered the consequence of the driving time from my home to town (which is about 20 minutes no matter which route you take) and we go into town nearly everyday. Can you imagine the pollution we emit into the air? And that's how it is here, you hardly ever see anyone on bike or on foot.  You have to drive to get to the green way, there are so many barren, tree-less developments of cookie cutter homes, there aren't hardly any sidewalks(with the exception of downtown areas), and you see lots of obese people, LOTS. Whole families, men, women, and children ~ morbidly obese. This is something that I cannot stand. Suburban sprawl is hurting too many things and only helping one. Big Business.

America (and I'm sure some other nations) as a whole has decided to label everything "green", "organic", and many other "safe" words. Is this to make us feel better? Feel that we are living enviormentally correct, cruelty free, and generally better than yesterday? Well, yes, but I also believe it is to make us buy more crap. The Wal-Mart in my town has taken down the huge lighted sign from the yard of their store and instead placed a simple looking sign with an old looking hanging light, painted the building brown, and changed the floor to partial fake wood, but why? To make you forget, to make you stop thinking. Wal-Mart (as well as many other corporations) are putting up a facade. Wal-Mart still uses slave labor of children(and adults, I'm sure) in Asian(and probably other) countries, so does Nike, and PLENTY other companies. The people in charge of the "big business" in America want you to think that the dish soap you bought from Wal-Mart is better for the enviorment because they put natural on the label. If you wash your plastic dishes with dish detergent the plastic will grab on to carcinogens from the soap. Just because it says "natural" "organic" or whatever doesn't really mean much. There are very faded lines around what a product has to be to be organic, there aren't any lines around what is natural.

Is it ok with you that we are being lied to constantly by the very people who produce our food? If we don't fix this very serious problem who will?

Here's a link for you:
mood: powerful
08 October 2008 @ 03:36 pm
dolly dolly dolly

location: home
mood: Coffee!
music: 88.7
30 September 2008 @ 11:08 pm
For the pleasure of an obsessive list maker -- an "all I want for christmas is..." list

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24 September 2008 @ 02:46 am
New photo's up at my flickr!
My USB drive decided to work all of a sudden!
Here's a preview!
(click it)

location: Home
mood: gratefulgrateful
24 September 2008 @ 12:12 am
I can't figure out how to make a heading post O_O can anyone help out....I think it may be my layout preventing me from having one...????

location: Home
mood: boredbored
music: 88.7
22 September 2008 @ 02:52 pm
It's the first day of Fall! And it is so beautiful outside. Some of the girlies are getting their pictures made today!!! Juno for sure cause I have just put the cutest outfit on her! Yays! 

*runs outside with a handful of dollies and her camera in the other like a mad woman*
location: Home
mood: artisticartistic
music: 88.7
22 September 2008 @ 09:04 am

I'm going to look for a J-O-B today! I need one to feed the addiction of dollies! So yea, that's the plan -- take movies back, go to the P.O. and take back/pick up applications. Woo-Hoo! I can just see those lovely Pullip sized boxes on the (preverbial, since we use a PO box ^^;) door-step now...not to mention Dad is getting ready to make me pay for my insurance >.< Rats! 

location: Library
mood: contentcontent
22 September 2008 @ 12:36 am
Heidi Is Home =3

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location: Home
music: 88.7 -- they're 20's-30's stuff rightnow = so relaxin'