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Yay for more Wilco quotes. =D I'm incredibly tired right now. Ever since Thanksgiving break was over, I've been on full steam. Too many things to organize, and too many papers to finish writing. I'm disappointed in myself. I've only broken into the 90s on one of my college essays so far (not including in class essays), and that's a real surprise. I guess it's because in high school the teachers mainly grade on content (which I'm great at), but here in college they focus on grammer (which I suck at). I'm considering changing my major or transfering to another school. There is not a good creative writing program here and I think the only option should I stay at UNC will be political science. I guess I wouldn't mind that much, I am very interested in politics. =D

I think I'm starting to clear my head a bit although there are still alot of emotional hurdles to get over and past. Once finals are over I should be able to relax a bit more and really calm down. Get ready to make it over those high fences everyone says I can't jump.

On a sidenote, I love my friends here. Reading people's comments, stories, and poems (except love poems) really helps give my day a boost. Special thanks also go out to Smithy, Penelope, and Bob for keeping me laughing (and thinking too). Take care everyone.

"God grant me distraction."

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The following comments are for ""And I Long..."
by Darkshine Raven

creative writing
You're right about the creative writing courses Penelope. Well, essentially at least. The problem is that I do have talent and although I want to pursue it and make writing my career it's very unlikely to happen. I need something solid that will help me get a job. A bachelor's degree in english will certainly give me some aid in that area. However, that is another reason I considered moving to political science. Right now I'm majoring in english with a philosophy minor. What I might do is change that to a political science major with a minor in writing.

I wish I had the grammer and debate skills you spoke of. I used to be very good at grammer, but as I started doing more creative writing, that took backseat for me. My biggest regret about high school is not participating in debate. I think I would have loved it. From what I can tell, it definitely broadens you as a person.

Anyway, long story short...there are alot of different things to consider and I'm still confused! =D It's alright though, I'm only a freshman in college so I got some time to decide...

Take care! =D

( Posted by: Darkshine Raven [Member] On: December 3, 2003 )

owe u a lot d
I haven't given u anywhere near the credit U deserve yet =D. You keep me thinking too, Mickey, hey, where had I heard that before? Bing! The idea about the holographic memeory was yours. I'd thought vaguely about it once when I did some experiments with helium neon laser holography but u sparked it at the right time. The raven, as well, gave me a good bearing. One thing tutoring, you gotto keep listening to that feedback. U taught me more than i u. So thanks again, maybe on the next dance my dear =D.(wink) A++.
Finally clicked.
hey your so fine =D
not too smart remember (us fellas)
takes us a while to grow up too
thanks again
keep in touch

( Posted by: smithy [Member] On: December 4, 2003 )

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