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Imagine a world without me

Gah! Those lyrics sound so familiar, but I can’t seem to place them. πŸ™ I’ll definitely be checking back to learn what song and artist they dwell from.

I think it’s beautiful that you’re donating those baby hats. I should do more donating. Especially if you knitted them yourself (or did I read that wrongly)!

» Posted By Heather On November 25, 2009 @ 10:21 am

6 little things

I loved the movie La Vie En Rose, but I’m not sure if that’s what your referring to. Whatever the case, adored this meme thing. πŸ™‚ Oh, and the quote is by Victor Hugo is fabulous.

» Posted By Heather On November 16, 2009 @ 5:40 pm

Little miss imaginary sunshine

Oh. Wow. I need sleep. Totally meant misunderstanding. XD

» Posted By Heather On November 11, 2009 @ 6:20 pm

I just saw this — sorry for the intercommunication. My older sister doesn’t live at home, so I’m always with my younger sister (who happens to be a major singer and is therefore always singing), so when I hear “sister” and “singing” together, I automatically assume a younger sister.

My bad. πŸ™

I’m so sorry to read that your day was poor. I hope your week has improved since then. I definitely respect your decision in terms of NaNo – you need to do what’s right for yourself, and I think it’s wonderfully mature of you to admit to yourself that it’s not *right* this time.

Hope all is well.

» Posted By Heather On November 11, 2009 @ 6:19 pm

I wish it were another lazy Sunday


Boo for being kept up late by singing children.

Eh, I’ve ate on too many pieces of cake in my life. And I’ve also exercised for on too many minutes, as well. Luckily our bodies our strong. They endure random bits of torture.

» Posted By Heather On November 8, 2009 @ 10:47 pm

I’m winning (sort of)

Good luck on all the midterms! I think you’re incredible simply for the fact of not breaking down from all the stress, not to mention actually *conquering* all of the midterms.

Potato and bacon pizza sounds so odd to me! The feta and broccoli actually sounds normal…XD

» Posted By Heather On October 24, 2009 @ 5:19 pm

Why do you blog?

It is an interesting question, indeed. Blogging… An interesting THING, really…

I agree with you 100% on the writing thing. It being therapeutic. A *need*. While I skimp on blogging and put it off, I know what you mean completely. It’s like me and my books.

Which reminds me, I’ve been meaning to ask you about your own novel writing. I feel like such a loser of a friend sometimes. Whenever I read your blog (which is more frequent then you think – I just fail at commenting XD), I always wonder about the core of your writing. I’d love to read bits. πŸ™‚

Why do I blog? I think I like the *idea* of it. I long to blog regularly but it never works out. A part of it may be out of obligation. I feel like the publishing industry requires a writer to blog, and therefore… I do enjoy it though. Once I get myself to WordPress, I always remember how I love it.

» Posted By Heather On October 20, 2009 @ 5:49 pm

Sunday Sex Survey #2

Wow. Intensive survey! You should post yours answers! πŸ˜‰

» Posted By Heather On October 19, 2009 @ 1:22 pm

More school talk

I’ve actually never heard of Akismet. I should look into it.
I get the worst spam ever! It’s ridiculous. XD

Gaaaaah. I feel your pain! Assigned topics are probably my least part of school. That and trying to make friends in an terribly unfriendly class.

Anyhow, good luck on your paper! I love Grey’s. πŸ™‚

1. What is one WordPress plugin that you like (obviously does not apply if you don’t use WordPress or just downright hate plugins)? I don’t think I use any plugins. *lazy*
2. How do you feel about assigned essay topics? HATE. ;]
3. What is one (or more) thing(s) that you are grateful for? My health and writing.

» Posted By Heather On September 24, 2009 @ 10:28 am

Certified (but not insane)

I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned this, but I have so much respect for you and your ambition to be a pediatric or nurse… Or really working in the medical field at all. I think that’s one of the most beautiful careers. Really, you have the ability to help so many people. Truly incredible. πŸ™‚

Anyway, I’m glad the conclusion to your first aid course went so well!

» Posted By Heather On September 21, 2009 @ 4:35 pm

Happy anniversary!

This entry made me so gleeful, Michelle! You’re very blessed to have such a beautiful, mature relationship. Congratulations on the one year!

Unfortunately, because I graduated two years early in such an obscure way, I can’t go straight to university. I’ll be attending the community college in Colorado, though! It’s funny, this move is severely unexpected, but highly awaited. Things just worked out correctly that it’s able to finally happen. πŸ™‚

And yes, any response from the agent is a response! I just want a response! XD

» Posted By Heather On September 7, 2009 @ 9:51 am


You must be so thrilled to be going back to school! I know that when I’m awaiting a new semester, I become giddy with the idea of a semi-“fresh start”. Are you going to miss work? Do you plan to return to your job next summer?

Good luck finding pop can tabs! If I lived near you, I’d definitely help you out. My family goes through a grotesque amount of soda!

» Posted By Heather On September 3, 2009 @ 1:21 pm

Family dinner, lazy Sunday and W.A.S.P. part deux

I wish I had the dedication to make a new layout each month! I’m lucky if I make a new one each year. This layout is particularly beautiful. πŸ™‚

Again I’m envious of you sewing and croteching abilities. Grrrr. Post photos of your new projects!!!

Yay for random trivia and hmmmm cookies. o.O

» Posted By Heather On August 10, 2009 @ 3:50 pm

Plans, plans, plans

It’s always good to have some fun plans in store for the weekend. Enjoy it! I hope you take photos of your new doll!

1. What do you have planned for this weekend? Tonight is the No Doubt concert and tomorrow is the start of my family’s road trip!
2. When’s the last time that you were tracking something in the mail that was coming to you? This week – I was waiting for new herbal neurotransmitter medication to show up. πŸ™‚

» Posted By Heather On July 31, 2009 @ 12:16 pm

Musings for the weekend

I’m the same – I never ever have plans for the weekend. For me, my weekends are the time for very saturated writing and beading. :] I save my hanging out and shenanigans for traveling, otherwise I’m sickly introverted.

Your new doll blog looks adorable! I’m looking forward to it. ^_^

I’m sorry work is so miserable lately! I’m crossing my fingers for you that it improves asap.

» Posted By Heather On July 26, 2009 @ 11:47 am

ARGH, people.

That is seriously a bummer about your coworkers. I know from experience that the people you work with make ALL the difference in your time there. I hope things improve!

You know, I’ve never really had a cutesy pet name. Just Heath (Hannah). Though my ex did frequently call me love…

» Posted By Heather On July 22, 2009 @ 1:54 pm

“I didn’t think that people *wore* stuff like that anymore!”

I’m so thrilled to hear that volunteering went so well for you! I really need to volunteer more. I just wish I had more time. But blah, I’m sorry that chick didn’t dress herself properly! *shakes head* Lame.

Your Sophie doll is adorable yet creepy all at once!

» Posted By Heather On July 20, 2009 @ 8:31 pm

The rim is not on the outside? Wtf?

Ah! I really don’t think it’s your writing – I’m just an airhead! I’m glad (and JEALOUS) to hear that you’re still seeing Les Miserables though. I’d love to know how it is. πŸ™‚

Hehe… Doll dress… My bad! XD

I didn’t know there was a difference between a tire and a wheel either! What *is* the difference exactly?! I’m sadly just as clueless when it comes to cars. Which is rather pathetic, since both of my ex boyfriends have been street racers and car fanatics. Oh, well.

Yay for cleaning out closets and jewelry making!

» Posted By Heather On July 9, 2009 @ 8:34 pm

Almost cheery Tuesday!

It’s Quebecer in English and Quebecois in French. πŸ˜‰ We were both right!

Wait! Is the doll dress for a doll or for you?! At first I was all, “Cute! What’s the website? I love new dresses!” But then I realized… Wait… Maybe she means “doll” in the literal sense.

Les Miserables is probably one of my favorite classic novels and plays to see. I’m sorry you’re not seeing it! Though I guess getting to see your friend is worth it. πŸ™‚

» Posted By Heather On July 8, 2009 @ 6:05 pm

Are we there yet?

New layout! It’s gorgeous, Michelle!

But dude, it sounds like you had a fabulous time with your friends. Isn’t amazing how uplifting old pals can be?

» Posted By Heather On July 5, 2009 @ 10:11 pm

Liar, liar

I definitely, with out a doubt, lie by omission on my public blog. I don’t think I’ve ever written about a bad day or the hard events that have occurred in my life the past sixth months, as I try my best to make every entry uplifting. I think it’s maybe because my website is for professional purposes (I have agents looking at it every now and then), but I try not to get too personal. That’s for my LJ.

So… I totally am with you on that side of things.

You’re also utterly right. When someone you love takes a hit at you, it burns so much deeper then it had been a stranger. It’s an unexpected throw, and typically a bad one too.

I’m sorry it’s been a hard week for you. I know the word sorry has been overused and beaten to the ground, but really, I guess it’s all I got. I sincerely hope things start looking up. πŸ™‚

» Posted By Heather On July 5, 2009 @ 8:53 am

Happy 142nd Birthday, Canada!

This is really weird, but I’ve always been jealous of Canadians. My entire life I’ve wished I was born in Canada. I’m not sure where the obsession came from, but its definitely still there. XD

But yeah, Happy (day late) Birthday, Canada! *dances*

It’s always so depressing when a dress doesn’t look as good on as it did on the rack or mannequin. πŸ™ Especially when it’s on sale! Major bummer.

I was sick this entire week, so yesterday wasn’t too exciting for me. I got up and walked around my house, and that was quite a feet!

» Posted By Heather On July 2, 2009 @ 10:52 am

“A” for effort (and little else)

Yeah, I feel you. I’m sorry if someone did something like what you described… I know I’m very easily hurt by comments in regards to my flaws. πŸ™ I guess just shrug them off, keep trying, and remember to smile. *hugs*

» Posted By Heather On June 25, 2009 @ 9:30 pm

I call this the “Lazy Lotus” posture.

Yoga is actually fairly easy! I mean, it TOTALLY depends on the instructor and class, but even in the most advance classes you can modify for easier poses. Honestly, I can’t highly recommend anything more then yoga. I’m addicted. It’s relaxing and great for toning the body! πŸ™‚

» Posted By Heather On June 23, 2009 @ 8:32 am

Reevaluating things to do

I love to do lists! I especially love summer because for some reason I always feel more productive with the said to do lists. And now… after reading this blog… I MUST go to the aquarium asap! I can’t remember the last time I visited one. πŸ™

It’s kind of hard to play tourist where I live. I mean, I live in Orange County, but besides Laguna Beach (and I’m there several times a month), there isn’t much touristy things to do. But when I live in the Bay Area, I always played around like a tourist whenever I went into San Francisco. πŸ™‚

» Posted By Heather On June 22, 2009 @ 2:08 pm

Father’s Day?! Oh crap.

YAY! I love awards! And I love lists! *happy dance*

Gosh, I wish I could suggest something nice for Father’s Day, but I’m in a rut with my own dad! Gifts for father’s always seem to be rather difficult. πŸ˜›

» Posted By Heather On June 20, 2009 @ 9:04 am

Up and over

That would bother me to no end! I don’t understand why some people have such a difficult time completing simple, quick tasks. Uhg. I’m glad you figured it out though.

Ooooh! Play tickets! IN THE MAIL! Yeah. I honestly would probably be more excited for the mail. I love mail. So much. What play are you going to? I also adore theatre. o.O

» Posted By Heather On June 18, 2009 @ 7:55 am

A lot like love

Being that I’m a beader like yourself, your bead metaphor worked perfectly for me. Also, I totally get what you mean.

I was in a long distance relationship (me in California, him in Colorado) for over a year. In fact, we were never NOT long distance, but I went out there a few times for almost a month… And I always thought it would be absolutely amazing, just a dream. It was a points, but it was also like a tease – JUST as you described what’s going on with you and Clay. I was able to admire the frequent moments with my boyfriend, but not actually live them in a sense.

Anyhow, I hope things start feeling better. I wish I had some great wisdom for ya, but alas, I don’t. :/

Oh, and I’m SO WITH YOU on Emily Haines dress! I’d kill to wear that beauty.

» Posted By Heather On June 11, 2009 @ 7:54 pm

It’s a lot like very conditional love

Aren’t sisters such a vital, beautiful thing?

I think it’s incredible that your elder sisters look up to you – and even went as far as to admit that they do. Sometimes older siblings have too much pride for that, you know?

As far as unrealistic expectations from my parents… Well, I’ve been blessed with parents who simply want me happy. They only hope that I find someone who loves me unconditionally and will always give me warmth and comfort.

» Posted By Heather On June 10, 2009 @ 8:37 am

Just all smiles today

Ah, well I’m glad you weren’t actually sick! I guess I misinterpreted that.
I’m glad meeting the parents went so well! It sounds like it was calm, mellow day. πŸ™‚ And I love cucumbers!

» Posted By Heather On June 8, 2009 @ 8:23 am

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