Our Two Year Anniversary

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Saturday, September 30, 2006


Pagan Pride Day is today.
Jessica (my new friend) and I will be going. Its about informing the public about other religions. And they will have vendors, which means stuff, fun stuff.

Sunday, September 24, 2006

The Big Water

The night was dark and raining. It had been raining all day and all night. I was due into work at 1235 and because I love my job so much I was set on getting there. I knew if I could just make it to the freeway I would be off free. The alley way was completely under water, as was 6th street, the street in front of my building, the water covered all the sidewalk. I was just 8 blocks to the freeway.
Because it was so dark, I didn’t see how deep the water was till it was to late. I landed in four feet of water, that totally flooded my car and made it float. You have to keep a good speed while driving in water deeper than 6 inches, or you will lose momentum. I then hydro-planed into the deeper parts. Thanks to the Taco-Bell staff they helped me sail my car to the sidewalk and use the phone (as I don’t have a cell phone). Those people came out into 4 feet of water to help me, I have to say that’s really remarkable.
I was almost to the freeway when this happened, I had 2 blocks to go. Alex walked all the way to come get me (as we only have one car) so he could get me home safe. Our car is totaled, luckily for us, our insurance covered this.
Maybe Mother Nature was trying to tell me something, who knows, we have to get a new car now. Thank the Gods college is free, or I would be spending my college fund on a new car.

Thursday, September 21, 2006


Today is Mabon.
Mabon is the name used by some Wiccans for one of the eight solar holidays or sabbats of Neopaganism. It is celebrated on the Autumnal Equinox, which in the northern hemisphere occurs on September 23rd (occasionally the 22nd) and in the southern hemisphere is circa March 21.
Also called Harvest Home, the Feast of the Ingathering, or simply Autumn Equinox, this holiday is a ritual of thanksgiving for the fruits of the earth and a recognition of the need to share them to secure the blessings of the Goddess and God during the winter months.
Among the sabbats, it is the second of the three harvest festivals, preceded by Lammas and followed by Samhain.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

The Pink Flamgo

Yesterday I went to this party, it had a name, It was the Pink Flamgo Party. It had lots of alcohol and very strong frozen margaritas. After my second I was pretty much smashed. I some how got two more down and found out it is a really good thing I lived right across the alley.

The good thing about the party was that I think I made a new friend. I will divulge that I have been feeling rather lonely for a female friend, being as I had none that I could really relate with or could relate with me. I am hoping with my eyes closed tight that she will fill the emptiness I have had.