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Thursday April 29, 2004

The summer list!

Things I will do this summer:

+ Volunteer, maybe at the AIDS task force

+ Finish the large painting I stopped working on last August

+ Hang out with Steph at the beach

+ Go grad school shopping

+ Kick the GRE's ass

+ Take Fat Bastard for his first neighborhood walk

+ Travel somehwere out of state

+ Camping. I've never been camping.

+ Work out every day. Heh. Hahahahahhahaha. Yeah.

+ Have a garage sale and de-clutter my life

+ Redo this tired old design for

+ Read The Brothers Karamazov

+ Go on a road trip and take lots of digital pictures

+ Get the air conditioner in my car fixed

+ Watch some sunsets on the lake

+ Eliminate the pasty whiteness that is my skin - TAN!

+ Take a photography class at a community college

+ Have a bonfire at the beach

+ Reconnect with friends I miss -- T, A, J & T

+ Get my lotus tattoo

+ Start growing out my hair for Locks of Love

+ Do the South Beach Diet thingy

+ Teach FB to shoot hoops so I can be on the Late Show

+ Go to the American Psychological Society convention

+ Wake up each moring with gratitude!


ooo, fun list drina. you inspire me.

michelle on April 30, 2004 01:29 AM

Camping tip , if you don't have the supplies already, tent, sleeping bags, lanters, ect. Shop for them at the end of the season in Oct. and go camping next summer, save on a ton of money. I don't know how you feel about travelling to Canada but Algonquin Park is absolutely beautiful. Lots of hiking trails. Check out the, they can also outfit you with all the gear if you don't want to buy your own. Have fun this summer and I hope you can cross everything off your list.

liz on April 30, 2004 11:58 AM

Brothers K is a good book, but if you're in the mood for Dostoyevsky I think Crime & Punishment is better, personally. And I don't know much about the South Beach Diet aside from the fact that it's low carb, but after reading about the effects of low carbs on the body, I wouldn't recommend it for long term use. Try eliminating refined starches instead (pasta, white bread, white rice, potatos, etc.)

stacy on May 9, 2004 04:34 PM

oh, and some photo class advise: you'll undoubtedly have to buy photo supplies, especially paper. The paper offered on is the cheapest I've found, and the quality is good, especially for classes. I use the RC variable contrast paper which is really sturdy and has really good contrast. good luck with your class :)

stacy on May 9, 2004 04:36 PM

In addition to the good link you have posted for Rachel Joy Scott, this is also a good one:

Anonymous on December 27, 2004 07:15 PM