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Well, the 30 hour famine is in full swing. I'm a little bit hungry, but I keep drinking water. It's a good thing, no matter what the Catholics tell me, I'm doing something good by helping to feed the hungry (sorry, small point of contention).

I gave Zach his mp3 player today, he was very excited. I was glad to be able to help. I really wish I was more useful though...

I've been listening to "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" almost non-stop. Such beautiful music.

Well I'm off to bed, I'm getting up at 7:00 to go volunteer at the food bank.


Crazy day yesterday. I was running some errands before night class, so I had to go the Shack for dinner. In the process I fell. Really hard. It was great though, it just reinforced the wonderful stereotypes that rule this world...a group of blonde "popular" freshmen all laughed...only one person came over to help me pick up everything (including a lego dragon...yes). Although on a side note, two professors (I think) did ask if I was ok when I walked out of the Shack past them.

Work is coming along well on the Plansbook. I was doing the footer and pull-quotes yesterday. Lots of work to do though, but I don't mind.

Well, last two classes before the weekend and 30 hour famine!


I made a community for us SVC Hooligans...join up!

I don't know what we can do with a community, but I figured I'd try it out.

Well, I finsihed my second paper, my monthly observations for Interpersonal Communication. It's my favorite class this semester, it's taught me a lot about how I interact and how others interact. I've caught myself so many times since looking and conversations and speech so differently, such is education I suppose.

Such a crappy day, but it ended up not too bad (but still very glad it's over). I have plans to go to the Gristmill coffee house again, if you haven't gone, check it out (Get the chai, it's better than the Barista's).

I went to the laughter project today, I got to make play-dough, which I'm so excited to play with tomorrow. I also got to see the regurgitator, who I missed last year (I was camping, but I was still sad I missed him). He was so awwwesome. A bunch of us stayed around afterwards and tried to figure out how he did it (extra points to the bio majors).


Well, draft one of the Plansbook is done. We'll probably have eight more drafts before it goes to print, but it feels good to have signifigant work done.

Pretty horrible day, but I'm sure it was my own doing. Such is life though....I'm going to The Laugher Project in about ten minutes, I'll get to make play-dough and watch the regurgitator. Life is good.

I finally found an mp3 player for Zach! I also found a new one for me, they should be here in a few days, I'm excited...I'm going to see if the regurgitator will swallow my mp3 player tonight (he swallowed Zach's cell phone last year).


Cancelled class this morning. Although it is my favorite class this semester, so I was actually sad I didn't have it.

Work continues on the Yahoo! plansbook, its coming along pretty well.

Well, off I go, time to do some work in the office and homework and such. Enjoy the snow!


This is entry number two.

Two is the name of The Calling's latest albumn. Very awwwesome (their first one was titled "Camino Palmero," you should check them out.

I've been eBaying for Zach, trying to find him an mp3 player, no luck thus far, but I'm making progress.

Well, off to a PR exam...


Hey look! I got one of these now too!

Time will tell if I update this thing...


Wow, so much is going on!  So once again, let's see if I can get it all down, probably not, but I'll give it a shot.

Last Sunday I went to see Spamalot.  It was great.  Different than the movie (more apparent in the second act), and I'm really hoping to get the soundtrack in the near future.  Also, the confetti cannons made me happy.

I went to SVC's first Homecoming this last weekend (actually got there Wednesday night and stayed through Saturday night), and actually had a really good time.  I knew I was going to enjoy seeing eveyone and hanging out, but other than that, I was afraid I'd be bored most of the time, but I wasn't.  I got a free t-shirt, oven mit, three dollars (from PNC Bank's Money Machine) and one of those crystal things with my picture in it!  I also went to Jioio's with Mary Beth and Maria (B.) and generally had a good time.  It was nice to see familiar faces, and at the same time, it was cool to be an alumnus.  I found out the new president of the college is a democrat (which I didn't realize, considering he was one of George W. Bush's senior cabinet members).  I wish more people I had gone to school with were there, but hopefully next year they'll be there.

They'll be putting the stadium right into the hillside for the football team, so that will be cool.  And, to top it all off, there were people tailgating in Lot A over Homecoming, even without a football game...I can't wait for next year!

Sadly though, I did not get the job at St. Vincent Seminary.  The manager called me earlier today to let me know.  The good news is though, that she has a lead I'm going to follow up with at the Latrobe Bulletin (I think I know the reporter leaving...I'm hoping to find out if I'm right or not).  The manager told me that I was her second choice (out of 31 people, and the only person ranked above me has eight years experience in higher education PR, so that's pretty awesome) and she's going to keep my stuff on file, just in case it doesn't work out with this person.

So, of course I'm really excited about the new Nintendo Wii, and there is an online Mii generator, and here's what I made for me:

I think that's it at the moment, we'll see.