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Saturday, 31-Jul-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
26 Things

Lines: actually, the shortest lines I've seen getting on I-95
Stretch: Houdini
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Saturday, 24-Apr-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
q & a: the photographic interview

one. who am i? My clothing best shows.
two. who knows me best? KT. *
three. how old am i? Going by last b-day's presents?
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apologies for low photo quality. additional comments here.

*2 - We have known each other since First grade, friends since fifth grade. Talk to each other practically daily despite being in different states.
*7 - This is from when we spent new years in Philly. Mmm, goldfish and spaghetti.
*16 - face/facial expressions. Probably because I have been told my face expresses what I am saying really well.
*17 - and this picture. Chris and I somewhere between Canada and PA, during October? of last year (2002).
*18 - our college is a pepsi campus. I prefer coke.
*19 - I set 3 alarms daily.
*20 - Wouldn't it suck to get this tip? Not a day goes by that I don't laugh or am not told, "you're amusing." My response is always, "that's what I'm here for."

Sunday, 8-Feb-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Adventures in Allentown.

That's the edge of the world out there. (what type of fog?)
The driver.
The person I liked to torture through beating up the seat.
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A cross PA (and at times, falling off the edge of the world visiting France and Germany) trip to see Chris before he goes to Greece. Followed by a scenic tour of PA on the way home, including but not limited to Lenhartsville, Marysville/Enola, Camp Hill, Cumberland Valley, Middlesex, Gallitzin, and Altoona. Well, and we also experienced plain old fog, heavy fog, and dense fog.

This has a tendency to downgrade the quality of pictures, so if you want a higher quality version of any of them, just ask me.

some quotes:
"OCD Car Cleaning" -Cassie and Jen
"That's the Eiffel tower in front of us. We fell off the world and ended up in France." -Cassie
"Look at the map and see if 81 goes up or down." -me, in the backseat, trying to figure out what way we need to go.
"Shiny napkin people." -interpretation of a song on the radio. Are they shiny? Do they wear napkins? Do they make napkins? Do they just live in Napkin?
"In Greece, or pudding..." -Chris
"Hot diggity fog" -Chris
"So in theory the turnpike should be around here somewhere." -Cassie, as I spot Harrisburg across the river.
"Super Shoes" "as opposed to regular shoes" "do they make you fly?" -commenting on a store we passed in our scenic trip.
"Spankey's in Middlesex"
"All roads eventually leave home" -I think it was supposed to be lead...however english is not our strong point.

I think at some point, three women in a car do need men, because there are points at which women's logic doesn't work. To us, it made perfect sense to get off at the next exit because the car was nearly out of gas. Sliding along roads 10 miles and passing Altoona city authority five times...well.

Wednesday, 14-Jan-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
New Years Eve

There are no words.
Mel enjoys vacuuming.
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Sunday, 10-Aug-2003 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
26 Things

You. Me? Siege=me
Food. I have food ADD at work.
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26 Things - the international photographic scavenger hunt


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