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Wednesday, September 5, 2007

   Busy bee
listening to: Pop! goes my heart!
reading: Inuyasha...cause I can.

This month has been busy with weddings, photographing for a stock photography agency, trimming my deviantart gallery and fanfiction collection, among other things. My precious nephew is now 6 months old!!

This means his first teeth are finally starting to show, and that means more teething pains. Eventually he will get the joy of seeing a dentist for the first time.

Yes, that last bit was sarcasm.

Dentists are not my best friends.

So, my friends, how are you? I realize that once again, my absence has spanned a month. Blame deviantART and introducing my brother to college and how it all works. He's always asking me how I did things/what classes I took, etc, and has had quite the hard time with getting his class schedule down.

Musicwise, I've been been listening to a lot of Pinkfloyd and Lynrd Skynrd (is that how you spell it?!) among others, along with the Beatles. And on the other end of the spectrum, music of from the newest sonic games. My favorite is Dreams of an Absolution by Lee Brotherton. Why? I can relate to it in a small degree.

Animewise, my menu has consisted of Naruto, more Naruto, some Pokemon (the very first episodes), and Inuyasha. Yeah, all very trendy shows. However...

anyone who knows me know I don't follow trends. If something that I enjoy happens to be a trend, so be it. God forbid I turn into a screaming fangirl.

Anywho, moving onto an interestingtopic that is gathering some media attention: Second Life.

For anyone staring at the screen confused, it's a game that mirror's real life, except you can change your looks, your house, your 'scene'--even own a business.

On one hand, I find myself comparing it to Gaiaonline.com and thinking, it isn't so bad. Then, I read and hear about a few of the members themselves, and the game has a tendency to take over their real life if not careful.

So, what do you think about it? Do you even care about it?

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