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Location: Rural Michigan, United States

I'm a freshman in college, studying to become an elementary teacher. I just got a brand new Martin guitar that I'm extremely proud of. I love to read and listen to all types of music. I love my dogs, and I miss them now that I'm at college. I love to read and of course, write.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

It's Been A While

It's been a while since I last posted, so I'll fill you in. This past Monday I went to CMU to take the Centralis test. I had to write an essay on whether I agreed with the US government about infringing on our constitutional rights. I had to choose whether I agreed with the government or if I opposed the government. Obviously I think that our government shouldn't be watching and spying on everything we're doing, there's more that they can be doing without spending time and money on watching their citizens. Anyway I had about fifty minutes to write, and I see myself as a pretty good writer and plus I pulled out my big words to impress the Centralis judges.

I went and saw Dejavu with Denzel yesterday. It was so good. I haven't been to a movie in awhile that kept me on the edge of my seat. I never knew where the story was going next. I tried to guess what would happen, but I was always wrong. So it's worth the time to rent it or go see it.

What I'm Listening To: Donovan Frakenreiter. He's amazing- he's a little Jack Johnson and John Mayer. I can't stop listening to his self titled cd, I especially love the song Fre.

What I'm Reading: Keturah and Lord Death by Martine Leavitt. This book was so good. It's about this girl, Keturah, who had to live with death her entire life. She gets lost in the forest and Lord Death comes to take her away, but she starts to tell him a story and then won't finish it, so Lord Death says he'll come the next evening to hear the rest of the story. So much happens within a few days in the book, and the ending wasn't what I expected. This book was so good and at the end I felt so bad for Keturah. A very good read.


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