Today's Mighty Oak

Hehehe, I love the quote above!

I went and saw the nerd this weekend, it was really good.

It was nice to be at school, and have pretty good weather (not too hot I thought). I really can't wait to get there, to be really busy again. Not that I'm not busy now, it's just that I have to go to bed fairly early becasue I have to wake up so early. I just want to be busy again and not have time to be still when my mind can wander and get me into trouble.

Does anyone know where I fit, becasue I don't feel like I fit anywhere (even at school, but it's better than Monroeville)?

Well the big news is that I got a car. It's a white, 2001 Pontiac Aztek. I like it a lot, I think it suits me well (being odd).

This also means I can get out of the house easier now!

Still confused and feeling like I don't fit in.

If anyone wants to do dinner sometime (if you're around Monroeville), let me know, we'll get together!

Well, the funny thing is that I got "tagged" by two people…

List five songs that you are currently digging. It doesn't matter what genre they are from, whether they have words or even if they're any good but they must be songs you're really enjoying right now. Post these instructions, along with each song's artist and title, in your blog. Then tag five other people to see what they're listening to.

1. You and Me – Lifehouse
2. Give me Novacaine – Green Day
3. Tchaikovsky – Barcarolle
4. Guster – Two Points for Honesty
5. The All American Rejects – The Last Song

I Tag:

1. Tim
2. Cat (cause everyone is doing it…)
3. Beth
4. Jimmy (probably won't see/do it, but I'll return your call soon, sorry I have'nt yet!)
5. Judd

And an obligatory quiz thingy that goes with the music motif of today's post:

Your Summer Anthem is Speed of Sound by Coldplay

All that noise, and all that sound,
All those places I got found.
And birds go flying at the speed of sound,
to show you how it all began.

You're out of your mind this summer, in a good way.


Check out the link below, it's a "review" of Episode III (which I saw again tonight).

Nothing major happening, we got a new grill, eh…whatever, it just means better lamb now!

Happy 4th everyone!

I went to Latrobe to see "Rounding Third," the play at the Theater.  It was really good, Jared, one of the actors, used Brad and I during the performance as two of the kid son his "little league team."  It was cool to be pointed at by Jared during the show (we met last year, Jared is really cool and a really talanted actor).

After the show I got to help with the strike which was a blast.  I'm hoping I can go up for the next strike as well.

In other news, I just dowloaded mozilla firefox.  I like it a lot, and as I've heard there is a lot smaller chance of it being affected by virus/hackers etc.  I also switched from Outlook express to Outlook…I really have to clean out my email….

Hehehe, the title of this entry is actually in the novelization of Episode III (which I'm currently reading).

I'm also officially addicted to Buffy (if that wasn't already known). I got a ringer for my phone (as well as Bright Lights and Give a little bit) and the game for gamecube, which includes a catch the bunny game!

Oh sigh…

I went camping this weekend, it was Beaver Weekend up at Heritage. It was a good time. Saw some familiar faces, met some new people. Ran into Kristen from SVC! She's working at Liberty (but I won't hold that against her).

I'm so tired, I napped for like 3 hours this afternoon.

Ready to go…

^That's the reason Stacy is Catholic!

So I figured I should post a real update. I went to APO SERVE this weekend, which was great! I have so many memories, friends and matieral from the weekend.

The only bad thing is that I slept on my arm wrong and have a pinched nerve. Now half of my left hand is numb and I can barely grasp anything with it.

Oh well, such is life. It will get better evuentally.

Westinghouse is going well, and my brother starts there in three weeks! Three Crane's in one building, frightening!

Ok, back to reading for me, I'm getting through Florence of Arabia by Christopher Buckley. I didn't expect it to be good, but it is. He's one of my favorite authors, so I shouldn't have doubted him.

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Bahaaaaaa (sheep noise), Australian for _______________!

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