In and Out

I've been busy like a mo-fo, lately. Only about one more week of school. After that, a short break till the summer session begins. in the meantime, I have to try not to lose my mind over the printer problems I'v e been having, the research paper I have to write (8 pages and I have not ONE idea what to write it on...) and ...and...gawd, I can't thik straight!!! AHHHHH!!!!

Oh, I updated Idiosyncratic Speckles, though it ain't much.

Wish me luck and pray for me, if ya pray.


If you say so...

Your dating personality profile:

Adventurous - Just sitting around the house is not something that appeals to you. You love to be out trying new things and really experiencing life.
Big-Hearted - You are a kind and caring person. Your warmth is inviting, and your heart is a wellspring of love.
Athletic - Physical fitness is one of your priorities. You find the time to work athletic pursuits into your schedule. You enjoy being active.
Your date match profile:

Athletic - You aren't looking for a couch potato. You seek someone who is active and who keeps his body in top shape.
Big-Hearted - You want someone compassionate, someone gentle and kind. A loving, nurturing person will fill that hole in your life.
Practical - You are drawn to people who are sensible and smart. Flashy, materialistic people turn you off. You appreciate the simpler side of living.
Your Top Ten Traits

1. Adventurous
2. Big-Hearted
3. Athletic
4. Wealthy/Ambitious
5. Liberal
6. Sensual
7. Intellectual
8. Practical
9. Religious
10. Funny
Your Top Ten Match Traits

1. Athletic
2. Big-Hearted
3. Practical
4. Conservative
5. Outgoing
6. Adventurous
7. Intellectual
8. Sensual
9. Traditional
10. Wealthy/Ambitious

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Here comes Peter Cottontail...

Today is a day that is celebrated the world over as Easter Sunday, which is one of the most important and holy days in the christian church. Chnaces are, no matter who you are, or where you are from, you have heard about the man who has inspired such a strong beleif, Jesus.

Do you believe him to be our Lord and savior? Do you beleive him to be the son of God? Do you beleive him to be a prophet? Do you beleive him to be simply a man? No matter what your answer or beleif is, one thing is 100% true: Jesus has changed our world. This is a man who's existance has inspired countless millions to worship him and serve him in their own fashion. Some have dies for him, some have killed for him, and others have shared whatever love they held in the name of him.

I was born and raised a catholic (a sector of the Christian church) though tyhrough my own personal beliefs, I have broke away from my upbringing. I have trouble beliveing that Jesus is "our Lord and Savior" but I will never deny that this man existed and that his life (be it either fact or fiction) has brought out the good in a lot of people. I try to hold true one lesson I learned in my religion classes, Jesus' "golden rule": "Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you," Jesus said, "do ye even so to them…" (Matt. 7: 12).

However way you decide to celebrate Easter Sunday, just don't forget how it came into exiatance. Plus a word of advice: don't eat all your chocolates at once, save some for later!!


This is not a test...

Due to recent events (please see previous post and it's comments), snatchshots is no longer running.

Instead, check out Idiosyncratic Speckles.

Same product, different name.

Thank you.

Message brought to you by the generous musings of Satcey.


You Can Never have enough!!!

Blogs, that is!!

Due to a current self revelation, I'm going to start keeping a camera with me and snatching some shots where I can. I had a little fun this past Wednesday. Check out my new blog, snatchshots.

I'll always give y'all a shot out to uture updates, just in case ya don't feel like bookmarking it!


Shout out for a Little Bit of You're Opinions

Let's me get hypothethical for you:

Let's say your a guy. Now let's say that about seven months ago you had a temporary gig at this place you were working at, and let's say you met this gal who also worked there. For the month that you were there, you became friends with that gal.

Now let's say a huge hurricane came on through twisted up things for a bit.

Now let's say that you just recently started visiting that place you worked at. Now, the few times you popped in, you would ask about that gal you met, wondering if she was around.

My question for you fine folks (particularly guys, but gals, you are more than welcomed to throw your two cents in) is actually multiple choice:

Since you're (hypothetically) that guy, why were you asking around for her?

A) You genuinely would like to see how she's doing and talk to her in person.
B) You're interested in her, and would love to see her agian.
C) You're bored and looking for a friendly face.
D) Other (Please explain)

Editor's note: Yes, this is a tale reflecting the writer's life. Please humour her. Thank you.


Going Out with a Bang

Friday was quite a hectic day. So hectic that it could have been my last day on earth. Or so I have been told...

I was scheduled to work as a waitress at the restaurant I work at (instead of my typical hostess gig) which is a duty that is always proudly accepted. (How can I ever say no to the prospect of earning tip money? Woo-hoo to extra cash!!!)

Anyway, that night the restaurant was having it's best night ever. It was so great that the fates decided to pull an early April Fools prank on all of us gathered in the establishment by allowing a freak accident to occur. This accident consisted of a plate, a gas grill, and a gas line.

If you haven't guessed what happened, here it is: gas leak.

Yep, you read right, a gas leak. In a busy restaurant. In a packed restaurant. It was a ton of fun (**rolled eyes**) running around as calmly as possible making sure that the evacuation order was true and making sure that all our emergency exits were accessible before annoucing to a heck-a-lot cluless folks that they were enjoying their dinner in a possible time bomb. Woo. Hoo.

AS dire as the circumstaces sound, I couldn't help but giggle through-out the entire incident. That probably had to do with how relaxed all the patrons were during the whole incident. Plus it was a gas hearing one patron sarcastically complain how upset he was over how he had to leave the table after being so close to satisfying his growling stomach.

My favorite moment of the entire evening: a co-worker quickly running to the back of our establishment to get her cigarettes after I announced to the patrons to "...gather all belongings and calmly leave out the nearest exit." Yes, this event beat out surviving what could have been quite an "exploding" night.

We ended up sending all our customers home since we didn't know how long everything would take. It turned out we were able to open not even 30 minutes later for us to complete our eveing just as busy as we were before the incident.

I still giggled throughout the entire night.

And to those who have condenmed me for my giggling fit (y'all know who you are!), : P