cornonthecob (cornonthecob) wrote,


Kim and Limenaide already elaborated on our trip to Vancouver, but I would just like to add a few things. 1) The grey goose martini was awful! Thank goodness for the olive. I cringe at the thought of downing bicardi 151 if it tastes worse than that! 2) The drinks at the Granville Room were fine. It was that damn Smirnoff at the club that did it for me. If I had different drinks, I would've been okay. I'll agree with Limenaide on "Drinking a bottle
of Smirnoff Ice after a series of mixed drink is bad bad news!"


I'm sure you've all been exposed to some of the activities surrounding the anniversary of 9/11. I remember that day so well... It was after my morning class and I was cutting through the bookstore when I saw a huge crowd of people staring at the jumbo screens... "America Under Attack." I didn't know what to think.

This morning on 710, Dave Ross talked about what moved him the most and how things have changed for him. The words he spoke echoed my own thoughts. I've read countless articles and seen a few shows about that day; and the things that really touch me are the personal messages -- the last phone calls to loved ones. I imagine myself in that position, and I can't help but be saddened by the idea of not being able to tell everybody in my life how important they are to me.

But I have the chance to do this everday. I'm more resolved now to improve my relationship with others--to do the little things that show that I care.


I've been listening to the American Idol single (A Moment Like This) from Kelly. When I first heard the song, I didn't like it at all and I doubted that it would ever become a #1 hit. Since then, it's grown on me. :) It's a little cheesy, but it has the potential to do well I think.


I might buy a car this weekend! I'm trying to get the final price worked out before I go to the dealership because I know once I get there and drive the car, I won't be able to go home without it. :-[. I'm getting excited about the whole deal, so hopefully everything will fall through. :)
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