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15 June 2016 @ 02:57 pm
I'm not speaking to my brother. I don't know if he knows that I'm not speaking to him, but I don't care.

I need to back up. There is too much going on.

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Gabby
19 January 2013 @ 02:53 pm

I finally got the LJ app! Yaaay me!

Posted via LiveJournal app for iPhone.

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Gabby
23 November 2010 @ 11:44 am
I'm annoyed.

I've been trying for two weeks to see an advisor when I go to school in the mornings, but there's always a wait until 2:00 pm-ish, and I can't wait that long. I do have a job. And they won't let me make an appointment. I even went between classes today and asked if I could reserve a spot for 11-ish, and they said no, but to come back 15 minutes before. So I did, and then they said the next spot wouldn't be until 2:00 pm-ish again. I was so pissed, I just left.

I'm going to have to go early tomorrow and do it before class. *sigh* My one day I get to sleep in until 8:00.
 
 
Gabby
21 October 2010 @ 03:19 pm
Sometimes I wonder why things have to be so darned technological.

Last week, I took a test online. I did it at home, and yes, I used the book, but I still only got a B. Still, I was okay with my B, because I still had an A in the class, and the test was over.

Today I got to class and it turns out, because so many people were apparently locked out of the system during the test, everyone has to take it over. And this time, we have to do it in class, the old-fashioned way. Pencil and scantron, no book, no notes.

Apparently there was also some girl in the computer lab last week who was giving a bunch of people the answers. I wouldn't know about that, but I don't doubt it: people are stupid.

I'm trying to look at it as another opportunity to get an A, but I'm having a little trouble not feeling sorry for myself.
 
 
Gabby
19 October 2010 @ 10:35 pm
On my list of things to do is read more. Christi and I were trying to come up with an Emma-like list of books to read, but were unable to think of more than a few titles. Anything you guys could recommend would be greatly appreciated.

Also on my list of things to do -- in the top 5, actually -- is to finally finish the Christopher/Georgiana saga. I consolidated the entirety of Blind Luck so far into one file and have been rereading bits of it and piecing together other bits of backstory to try to get back into the game. Unfortunately, it's only made me want to rewrite almost the entire thing again. It has also made me realize that I have an annoying habit of avoiding action words by saying something is "not" something else. Think Pinnocchio from Shrek, when he's all "I can tell you where he's not....." It's like that, and it makes me want to hit myself. And on top of that, I've also discovered several historical errors. *sigh*

I am almost done writing this incarnation, though.
 
 
 
Gabby
14 May 2010 @ 10:56 am
In three words, describe what's currently running through your mind.


Must sleep more.
 
 
Gabby
21 April 2010 @ 10:45 pm
Was there something you were afraid of as a child that just seems silly to you now?


Of course. I was afraid of drains. This included shower drains, sink drains, even toilets and sometimes pool filters. I was afraid my toys would get sucked down a drain, so I'd be very careful when I brushed my teeth, sometimes "forgot" to flush the toilet, and never took a shower, only baths.

I was a strange child, and very attached to my toys. :)
 
 
Gabby
11 April 2010 @ 01:41 pm
If you were 12 and could see yourself now, do you think you'd be happy or disappointed, and why?


My 12-year-old self would probably be upset, but I think my 20-year-old self would be pretty pleased, if not entirely happy.

So things are looking up. :)

This is a pretty depressing question to ask, btw. Is LJ trying to increase the suicide rate, or something?
 
 
Gabby
12 March 2010 @ 08:25 pm
I'm at my parents' house doing laundry, watching The Bourne Identity, and waiting for the wings that we ordered to get here.

I'm doing laundry at my parents' house because the drier at my house is not working anymore. Neither is the dishwasher, but we're not going to pack up our dirty dishes and bring them over here to wash them. LOL

Ah, the joys of living (sort of) on your own.
 
 
Gabby
28 January 2010 @ 05:08 pm
I don't know what to do. I've been teaching piano for a couple years now, and had been doing fine, but as soon as I move out, students start dropping like flies. I've thought about applying for other jobs -- and did have an interview at the library a couple weeks ago -- but I really don't know where to focus myself. I really just want to be able to finish school in a timely manner. I'm not looking for a career yet.

*sigh* I need direction. Focus. I'm very goal-oriented; it's just a matter of finding the goal.
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