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Jan. 14th, 2007 | 04:46 pm
mood: annoyedannoyed

I hate living in this godforsaken town with all the other spectacularly moronic people that this place attracts.

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Jan. 12th, 2007 | 11:22 pm

Someday I'll take someone's breath away.

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Jan. 12th, 2007 | 11:00 am
mood: angryangry

So it's a bajillion degrees below zero, it's the first week of class, and already I'm absent for part of a day because my fucking car won't start. It's never had a problem starting in the extreme cold before but for some reason it picks today, when I actually have somewhere to be, to die.

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Jan. 1st, 2007 | 01:50 pm
mood: tiredtired

Good Riddance 2006.

I don't do New Year's resolutions, but here's to hoping this year goes better than the last. In other news, winter break is waaaay too fucking short, I could do with another three weeks off.

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Dec. 27th, 2006 | 07:09 pm
mood: stressedstressed

Nevermind, Christmas still blows. Got a frantic call from Oma that Opa's not responding to anything she says, I'm the only one home, go down to investigate, call 911, get to play EMT until the real one gets there, he gets airlifted to Rochester, and I spend the next two days at the hospital. Thankfully things are seemingly improving, but still. I was really looking forward to a relaxing break, not people in my family having strokes. Stupid holidays.

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Dec. 23rd, 2006 | 11:30 am
mood: cheerfulcheerful

I just got the most gorgeous bouquet of Christmas flowers, ordered for me from halfway around the world. I'm not really that much of a flower gal, but I knew there was a reason I was hanging on to this boy. They're certainly not all selfless and thoughtful enough to take a moment out from war to show someone they care. Whee, Christmas doesn't seem quite as pointless and boring as before!

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Dec. 17th, 2006 | 04:58 pm
mood: sleepygroggy still

Vacation days with nowhere to be and four hour naps for the win.

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Dec. 16th, 2006 | 05:01 pm
mood: calmslowly relaxing

For the first time in my life I ADORE the prospect of being at my parent's house for several weeks on break. If Grand Forks falls off the face of the world in the next three weeks and I don't have to go back I will be fine with that. Perhaps even overjoyed. I'm sick and stressed and it feels so good to have people around who will take care of me and make me feel loved.

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Nov. 18th, 2006 | 09:02 pm
mood: blahblah

I had my second to last (ever!!) flight with me in the pilot seat today. I had a massive panic attack at home this morning before going to the airport and I got ridiculously shaky after takeoff, but otherwise I did pretty well. Doing IFR rather than VFR keeps me busier which is a good thing because it doesn't give me as much time to focus on the fact that I'm up in the sky in a glorified pop can. My flight instructor still can't understand why I don't like flying seeing as how I'm one of his better students. Odd how that works, isn't it?

I'm having a hell of time lately dealing with my chronic nausea issue. It's gone from being moderately annoying and irritating to completely incapacitating bouts of absolutely severe nausea. I can't remember the last time I slept through the night and my body seems to have decided that it can no longer handle alcohol or caffeine. Let me assure you, I am a disaster without that cup of coffee in the morning. It's been six years of dealing with the illness now, I would think that if anything it wouldn't affect me so much anymore but that doesn't seem to be the case. I'm seriously considering going for an intensive medical workup at Mayo Clinic over Christmas break. I probably should have had that done when I was living in Rochester about three blocks from Mayo but doesn't it just figure that was the calmest stomach periods of my life since this whole mess started.

Also - taking a nap in the afternoon and then not waking up until after it's dark out (really not that late this time of year) is a exceptionally odd situation. It took my groggy self way too long to figure out just what was going on when I woke up.

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Nov. 14th, 2006 | 10:52 am
mood: exhaustedexhausted

Whew, overwhelmed and a half. The semester is at the point where I feel like I don't have time to breathe anymore. Three tests, one quiz, two papers, one massive PowerPoint project and several possible flights yet this week. I'm not even sure it's possible to get all this done, and more importantly, done well. Winter break cannot come soon enough, that's for sure.

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