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  • Randomness, now with 75% more Lee Pace fangirling.

    I seem to have forgotten to blog. Which isn't a surprise, you see, because I have about 2172 old diaries and blogs just hanging about my existence that only have two or so entries before I forgot about them. My livejournal only thrives because blogging about random internet things is much easier...
    Posted to sarahs (Weblog) by sarahs on 11-26-2007
  • Great Tragedy

    Amy talked about how some girls wrote about the great tragedy in their lives. I’m quickly learning that the only reason that I didn’t was because it hadn’t happened yet. Well, now it has. Nick was the perfect boy for me. Go ahead, scoff if you’ve never met us, seen us together. We were that sickly sweet...
    Posted to Elevator Withdrawal (Weblog) by sarah on 11-22-2007
  • Reading & Writing

    because birds are alphabets and bodies a protectorate and "you hold a girl's face in your hands like a vase" because life is really no good without it... this blog is about reading and writing (and all other clever things) TODAY-- *Heather McHugh's "Ghazal of the Better-Unbegun"...
    Posted to mayap (Weblog) by mayap on 11-19-2007
  • Red: the book!

    Wow, first of all I am just SO thrilled to be on this website and to start posting and connecting with some of the other girl's and hopefully with some of our reader's!! This is my first time (& probably for most of us) being published, and let me tell you it feels unlike anything in the...
    Posted to graceh (Weblog) by graceh on 11-14-2007
  • NYC + Ugly Betty + General Insanity

    I should be writing, and I should be doing school work, and I should definitely be finishing work on my college apps. But instead, all I can think about is RED RED RED YAY. Yesterday, during the SAT, I kept finishing every section early (I guess that's what happens when you get so used to taking...
    Posted to amylicious! (Weblog) by amyh on 11-04-2007
  • More things that I love right now.

    • Laney and Mr. Turner — the two main characters in my novel. No matter how stuck I get with writing, when I just read through a scene with the two of them, something inside of me flutters a little. • The Red Sox. Sure, they were three games down to the Indians. But, uh, 2004? Three games down to the...
    Posted to amylicious! (Weblog) by amyh on 10-20-2007
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