Feb. 19th, 2008 07:52 pm
edeniade: (DISCO DARCY LOL)
Just now, I went all out and was bootyshaking in an elevator by myself with T-Pain on my iPod. I am awesome.

I am also cracking from midterms. D:


Feb. 12th, 2008 08:43 pm
edeniade: (Gintama PAAAAANCHU)

So tonight for dinner I'm making chili. Not to toot my own horn, but I make pretty good chili. I added a couple extra ingredients as an experiment tonight, and once the chili was stewing it started to smell absolutely delicious. My brain all of a sudden had a brilliant thought, "CORNBREAD." Yes! All this chili needed was cornbread and then it would be perfect! I hadn't had cornbread in a couple years, but after 15 minutes of fighting the craving I braved the cold to get either ready-made cornbread or cornbread mix.

45 minutes and 4 stores later? NO CORNBREAD. WTF. No mix, no nothing! At Provigo, the guy said they *used* to sell the mixes, but stopped. WHY?! WHO DOESN'T LIKE CORNBREAD?!?! I came home with dinner rolls, bloody dinner rolls.

Screw you, Québec. Obviously cornbread was too much to ask to cheer me up a little. >:(


Dec. 5th, 2007 01:52 am
edeniade: (DW: Saxon is so down with that)
The arrival of 25+cm of fresh powder means...SLEDDING ON MT. ROYAL!!! I and 4 friends went out tonight for some quality sledding enjoyment! The run-down of the night:

- Dinner at John's awesome place.
- At least 2 epic wipeouts.
- Watching John's lanky limbs go flying every time he flew off the sled.
- Watching other people sledding doing the same thing.
- Seeing Jenny and Chelsea land upside down on top of each other in a snowbank.
- Laughing way too much.

Not so Fun:
- Getting stuck in a snowbank that went up to my chest (though much hilarity did ensue...).
- Covered in so much snow that my jeans froze and my gloves got wet and shrank.
* Consequently limbs were wet and frozen (but limbs aren't *really* important right?)
- Falling down 3 marble steps right before heading out.
* My butt is still suffering. D:

Am currently laying on sofa in warm bathrobe and fuzzy fleece blanket. Also contemplating getting cookies as have just finished tea.

edeniade: (DISCO DARCY LOL)
So I cracked open this detergent my parents brought up in August, Tide with Febreeze.


I have spent the last 25 minutes sniffing my laundry. My clothes have never smelled so divine. Every whiff is like sunshine and flowers and meadows and butterflies all in one! WANT MOAR.

A vampire!

Jan. 31st, 2007 01:01 pm
edeniade: (Doctor Who a little drunk :D)
Okay, now I'm pretty certain that Lestat the Vampire is my neighbor.

Last Friday, I was running out (I was late, of course) and ran into my builder. He made some small-talk and then out of the blue, the door to #4 opened. Keep in mind that I hardly see anyone that lives in my building, let alone talk to them. I have only seen 4 other tenants. I've only known that #4 was alive because they always have techno blasting through the door at random hours (which I more or less approve of).

Keep in mind that it's almost 2pm. The door to #4 opens and there's this disheveled guy. 5'11", REALLY pale and skinny, blue satin robe with a Japanese-inspired pattern, shirtless (only to reveal skinny abs of DOOM), and black pleather pants. Hair was jet black and slightly disheveled. Techno was blasting from behind him and his apartment was completely dark. And I swear this guy had blue eyes. WHAT. THE. FUCK.

Saw the same guy today, in pretty much the same situation. Same clothes, everything. I'm still slightly torn as to whether this is absolutely hot or kinda creepy.

Yup, I live with Lestat.
edeniade: (Default)
Oh damn. Shopping for my apartment makes me guilt trip afterwards so much.

I went to Target yesterday and spent $247. o_O Granted, I'm pretty much finished with shopping (all I need are pots for rice and potentially a microwave) but still. No matter how much I may need something, if I spend more than $50 of my parent's money I always guilt trip right after.

Even though I bought so much stuff, I'm also taking a crapload of my parent's old stuff. Holy crap, does an apartment need a lot of stuff! I realized I needed a scrubber for the bathtub and cleaning supplies, toilet paper, even down to my mom complaining that I should really get a spoon rest. Though I'm amused at myself for concentrating all my kitchen supplies to everything I would need to make rice. I have priorities!

Now how am I going to drag all this stuff in a van for the 18-hour trip to Montréal? Magic may or may not be required.


Jul. 20th, 2006 03:23 pm
edeniade: (House gah!)
Yesterday at 3 am I woke up with a pounding headache. Then I had a fever (twice) and not even Advil could get rid of my insane headache. I still went to the party my parents planned to go to, but while we were there I had my second fever. Nevertheless, I cancelled dancing with Joce for the night. *tear*

And now I have a really bad ear infection. Again. I also am walking funny because I have almost no balance!

This is how I feel right now: uuuuuuuuuuuggggggggggggggggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

My ears seriously suck at life. I wonder if I can get an ear transplant (or two).
edeniade: (Doctor Who a little drunk :D)
Update on my wrist (not like you all didn't already hear from James):

It's just an inflamed tendon and a minor fracture.

The nurse was actually quite impressed by my ribbonsplint (though it was a red scarf today, more sturdy). Though when I told the doctor about when my wrist started hurting, the look on her face was just hilarious. I was telling her about how I kept twisting and shaking my wrist (because I'm thpeshul), she gave me this pure look of, "Oh. My. God. I got another stupid one."

Now I have a proper splint though! It's a cool crimson colored velcro one. It matches my shirt! XD

Bonus to my day: Old lady ran into me on my floor and gave me food! Apparently she got this goody basket from this convention she's attending and she couldn't eat the wheat/dairy products. So now I got oatmeal cookies, CHEESE, crackers, and a huge Caramilk bar. My 'no-food' diet has now been broken. *cheer*
edeniade: (10th Doctor Who)
I love Pandora.

I'm reading this article for some psych extra credit and I have Pandora on since my iPod ran out of battery. I go to look at the song playing right now and I just laugh.

Velvet Acid Christ - Let's Kill All These Mother Fuckers

Teehee. I suppose my dark side is more pronounced than I thought.
edeniade: (Wash Quote)
It's been a while since I've written an entry from Starbucks. And right now is a bad time to pick it up again, considering I have 2 finals in the next 2 days. It's okay though, I'm sure I'll do alright. I'm up to my eyeballs with information about RNA, all it's counterparts, and all sorts of cell functions. It's so much fun!! I love Biology. No, I should be specific. I love molecular biology. Plants and anatomy suck.

Today is such a brilliant day outside! It's around 70 degrees, there's a pleasant breeze, and Starbucks has all its windows open so I'm sitting right next to the sidewalk. I searched for half an hour to find a cafe with empty tables outside, but all the businessmen found today a good day to do their meetings outside as well. Starbucks is just as good though, even if it is in the shade. Right now I"m just giddy and excited because I'm wearing a skirt...and I hardly ever wear a skirt.

I've been extraordinarily moody lately. Since Gabi left, it's been all up and down. Her side of the room is all plain and empty, and it's quite depressing. It's also given me a sleep problem. No, seriously! Ever since she left, I've been reluctant to go to sleep. It's all quite silly really. I should appreciate the newfound privacy after all, I'm an only child! I'm used to having my own space and spending enormous amounts of time by myself. But no, all of a sudden I don't want to sleep alone. Maybe it's because there's an empty bed next to me. Once I get my own room with one bed, the problem will diminish by itself. But for now, it's quite sad.

For anyone who doesn't already know, I'll be in Montréal until early July. I'm taking 2 summer classes which will keep me somewhat occupied. For those also staying in Montréal, you know who you are. We're going to have to do stuff to relieve the sadness that is being alone in a big city during the summer. ;-)

And for all you people back home that I apparently know, I'll see you eventually. Don't get your knickers in a knot, for cripes sake. Now, the problem will be whether or not I want to even do stuff with anyone, because I doubt that I'll be in the mood. I think I'd rather just be by myself at Barnes & Noble for my birthday. BN never fails to cheer me up.


Mar. 24th, 2006 04:10 pm
edeniade: (LOLZ)
MY BABY MINTO IS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And they didn't delete anything!! OMGOMGOMG
I have orgasmed in my pants so much, it's not even funny anymore.
I could just fly right now! It's so nice to have my laptop home again. :D

*dancedances away*
edeniade: (Skywalker Family Portrait)
Alright alright, here's the obligatory post full of love and happiness and all the fluffy things the world can possibly provide.

Then again, I find true love in things that burn and play Super Smash Brothers.

Oh, the diversity of Valentine's Day. :P So spread the love and hearts to all! <3

It's true.

Jan. 22nd, 2006 05:10 pm
edeniade: (Hobbit Love)
Sometimes the happiest things in life are the really, really little things.

Like lemon gelato.

It's what makes the world go 'round.