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|Sunday, March 28th, 2004|
|I'll edit this soon
The people I saw tonight: Susan, James (Susan's PSU friend), Andrea, and Justin and then Justin left. So then I saw Dana staggering across the sidewalk on Walnut and then Marek on the steps of Sig Ep ... two Greenwich people in just a little bit. Then Mat (another GHS Quaker) called me. I saw Jenny and Janice from the group I'm gonna review Polisci with tomorrow. Oh and then I saw Krista and Melody from orchestra and Krista yelled at me for being too young to be out so late. And we saw random basketball players grilling hot dogs outside of Smokes (don't ask me). And then I saw Javy (Mary's friend) randomly as well as Mark from the hall last year. Speaking of the hall last year, three of us called Julie and yelled at her for studying again on a Saturday night. Oh and now I'm going to bed.
Okay so I'll write a real entry about last night now. Exactly 12 hours after I wrote this other load of crap up above. I had a fun day yesterday, getting a little bit of homework done and then going downtown for a date with yours truly (myself). Got concert tickets ($110 tickets for $10 ain't bad), had dinner at some Mexican place, went into stores where I knew I couldn't afford anything, then bought two shirts and would have bought more had the other shirts not been so ... questionable. The concert was great - I had detested Stravinsky ever since doing one of his crappy symphonies at Western Regionals a few year back. Then the soloist was absolutely amazing and made me like yet another composer that I had never been fond of. After intermission they did a Mozart symphony and it really made me hate the man even more. So damn predictable, even if you've never heard that specific piece, and I know I'd piss some people off by saying this but he would amount to nothing more than Britney Spears or the Hanson Brothers today. Sure it's fun stuff to play, but it is deathly boring to listen to.
I've got 40 pages to read for Polisci and then I've got rehearsal and a review session. Might see a movie after all of that is done. And then 3 hours in the lab and 3 more in the credit union tomorrow... Then my week from hell version 3.0 start
s (not stars as I had previously written). Current Mood: lethargicCurrent Music: Prince - Party like it's 1999
|Wednesday, March 24th, 2004|
я сударыня скучающий так я писать этот расположенный внутри русский.
я любовь ты.
Okay enough of that. I just copied and pasted into an online dictionary so it's probably more gramatically incorrect than a Bush speech. Okay okay that was a low blow.
Time for more Crank Yankers, possibly some Econ studying (I need to do it badly) and then French essaying, ah the list goes on. Current Mood: happyCurrent Music: Sven Ingvars - Det var dans bort i vägen
|Wednesday, March 17th, 2004|
So it was 60 degrees yesterday, and today I wake up (late) for my shift and notice that snow is falling outside. I do love the seasons, which is why I like the northeast but I've definitely had enough of the winter. The only things that winter's good for are Christmas and skiing, which I've already accomplished this year. Spring needs to get here to stay :(
I'd type something here if I actually had something new to say. Oops got distracted with Leno. Gotta make my tournament picks. That was a mildly unsuccessful entry to say the least. Going home tomorrow (Thursday)... Current Mood: blankCurrent Music: Computer being too slow to play music
|Saturday, March 13th, 2004|
I made it through a whole week at home without posting in here. I'll get the sports stuff out of the way first. Fairfield lost. Penn lost. Life sucks.
Okay so maybe not. I enjoyed SRO for the most part although whoever wrote it did have some dead moments in the MC dialogue. But good music, good dancing, good acting, etc. Parents got back from Vienna and brought me back a whole bottle of real FANTA
which I quickly consumed as well as loads of candy. Oh and I'm gonna see Hellie's concert tomorrow night at some random church in White Plains. Mucho exciting. Mad "coo!" ...
I return to the normal routine very soon... 48.5 hours until my Monday morning lab shift. I'm not tired, but my fingers are so that's enough typing for now. Current Mood: contemplativeCurrent Music: Aerosmith - Jaded
|Thursday, March 4th, 2004|
Spring Break '04
Home in Greenwich after a long day of classes. Then I somehow made it home in record time on the train. But really really tired for some reason, and I should probably go to bed so I can wake up before my parents leave for the airport tomorrow. Hopefully I can wake up to get my sister off to school Monday through Thursday of next week...
Plans for the week include:
- Much needed haircut
- SRO on Saturday
- Sleeping the rest of the time
|Sunday, February 29th, 2004|
I hate Hollywood. The Oscars should be boycotted until movies stop sucking, just like all music sucks these days. But New Zealand is gonna have a huge boost to their GDP and PPP after the Lord of the Rings made their clean sweep.
I really hate how hypocritical they all are. The Tim Robbins/Susan Sarandons/Sean Penns of the world think they can preach to the whole world to drive hybrid cars and about all the environmental problems we're facing. Like they're the damned voices of reason. If they really cared, why do they still show up in limos? Blah. Billy Cristal was a decent host though and he actually made his jokes funny.
Orchestra concert went well today. Hope the recordings didn't get messed up this time around. Happy to see my family again and eat at Ludwig's at 13th and Samson again :) Current Mood: bitchyCurrent Music: Hot Chocolate - You sexy thing
|Saturday, February 28th, 2004|
Basketball. I know it's nothing new for me, but I've put off lunch for the past four hours because of St. Joe's-URI and Texas Tech-Texas. Somehow, St. Joe's managed to keep its perfect season alive and Texas is (thank goodness) beating those dirty Red Raiders from Lubbock, TX. I really love to hate Bobby Knight. And the day is far from over ... Penn plays Columbia tonight while Cornell hopefully can take down Princeton to put life back in our season.
Orchestra concert tomorrow. They're always pretty exciting, especially when we actually can fill Irvine. I have no idea how a Sunday concert is going to do in terms of getting a big crowd. Either way, I think the pieces we're playing are finally coming together (unlike exactly a year ago, when one of our movements was totally under-rehearsed and a mess). It's amazing that this is already my fourth orchestra concert here at Penn. It just seemed like a short while ago when I was polishing up Mozart for an audition.
People can really bug me at times. I'm not going to mention any names, and you probably know who you are if you're reading this. No I don't dislike you and I won't hold grudges, but you really need to grow up and realize what true friends are. True friends aren't there at your beckon call to do your bitch work. And whining doesn't get you anywhere in the world. I don't look for equal payback for everything I do. I just ask that you don't get pissed at me when I don't do every favor you ask.
I really doubt some people here would be able to live off on their own. Most people have no concept of what's going on in the outside world (those pre-professional types). Penn really is a pre-professional type school ... pre-meds, engineers, lawyers, business-types. The liberal arts types are the ones who really know what's going on. They're the ones who have a weltanschauung
. They're actually concerned with more than getting an interview with Goldmann Sachs or getting into Harvard/Johns Hopkins/Penn Medical School.
The other type are the ones that have everything set in life. "Oh I don't care, my dad's paying for [my $100 dinner]." What is going to happen when you actually have to get your hands dirty and work a day in your life? These same people are surprised when they realize that not every Penn student can live at their standards because of whatever kinds of restraints. I'm not calling myself poor by any means. I'm grateful that my parents are able to pay for my college. But I'm also frugal in what I do. There's no money to spend money for the sake of spending it. And what bugs me more is when people look down on other people because of their inferior financial status. They not only have to pay off $80,000+ in debts but also have to deal with those types of people.
Ahhh I don't think I'd ever be able to understand Penn unless I spent some time someplace else for a while. The only other place I've been is MIT for two nights and they were weird and quirky in a different way. In the end, I still do love Penn. Nowhere else I'd rather be. And you'll meet these types of people anywhere you go in life. And they're more abundant at other schools...
I hate self-righteous attitudes of people who try to push their progressive agendas. Okay, I'll talk about that in another entry. But basically my summary on what's going on right now:
- On the gay marriage issue, there are two groups of people who oppose gay marriage. Those who are against the gay agenda no matter what (the type who mask their hatred with moderation, the most dangerous type) and those who think marriage should be kept sacred. The solution is simple - let a man and a woman have marriages and gays have civil unions. Equal rights for both. That makes the second group happy, while there's no way of making the extremists happy.
- Stop bitching about Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ. It's called free speech and freedom of religion. Freedom of religion doesn't mean that religion has to be muted. Some people in Hollywood will do just about anything to defeat these kinds of causes. Gibson, unfortunately, is going to be blacklisted for this movie much like communists were back in the 50's. At the same time, the evangelical may take this movie too much to heart, which they're already doing. Replicas of the nails that nailed Jesus to the cross are not things to be taken sacred. Don't take what is shown in a Hollywood film as scripture. Gibson doesn't proclaim any of it to be a documentary. I'm just afraid that this is going to create a real rift between different groups in the U.S. and push people even further to the extremes. I won't make any more comments about the supposed anti-Semetism until I actually see the movie, which opens tonight at the Bridge.
- I don't care about Janet Jackson anymore. Nor do I care about Scott Peterson. If Michael Jackson did it, he should be locked away for a long time and if he didn't people should leave him be.
- I had something else to say but I forget. It is really nice outside though for February. Current Mood: crazyCurrent Music: Green Day - Warning
|Friday, February 20th, 2004|
I'll be a man of few words like Calvin Coolidge. I'm exhausted but finally am through my day(s) from hell and can enjoy this four-day weekend ... although I'll be spending it on yet another essay.
Joy to the world...
|Saturday, February 14th, 2004|
The day started off well ... it was nice out and everything but then it got downright boring. Sure, Penn beat Cornell which was cool and all, but it seems like I'm one of many people here getting slightly sick. Sick enough, at least to be too lazy to go out. Then I hate not having a common bathroom. I wanted to take a shower to go out, but one of my suitemates was in it for like an hour doing I don't want to know what. And it is so much easier when you don't have to clean your own bathroom (or maybe that's just me not wanting to touch other people's body hair ashujfgoahgd).
Now I'm watching a show about what a coroner's office does. Disturbing. What is more disturbing is that I think I'm the only person not doing anything right now. Which is why I'm making my infrequent blurty apperance. People are either out on dates or girls are throwing themselves pity parties downtown. God people, get over yourselves. Just because you don't have a guy to friggen spoil you and buy you crap today doesn't mean the world is over. It is possible to have fun alone.
And when all else fails, cooking a cheesesteak and then devouring it is the best feelingin the world, although I can also feel it clogging my arteries. Ahhh I love it.
Happy Valentine's Day! from the city of brotherly love.
|Saturday, February 7th, 2004|
Big Ivy home weekend for Penn, after dropping close ones at Brown and Yale. After scoring our first basket, the cheesesteak chant started. Harvard was obviously no match for us last night, and Pat Lang - the last guy off the bench - hit the three pointer that put Penn over the century mark and won the whole Palestra free Abner's food. Beautiful game, and a memorable Palestra experience. Did have to stand in line with Megan and the band people for two hours waiting for my staks though and we finally got them when the team arrived. Tonight's game wasn't as pretty, but we got the job done against Dartmouth. Somehow Princeton pulled out a double OT win over Harvard to stay undefeated, setting up a big matchup against them @ Jadwin on Tuesday. Yale beat Cornell to make Princeton the only team remaining undefeated.
It's been a pretty fun weekend outside of basketball as well. Watched Die Hard after getting cheesesteaks and had a freshman year hall reunion at El Azteca today in Center City. Thursday night involved a fun Sigma Kappa crush party downtown followed by food at the Philly Diner, and Wednesday was interesting as well to say the least. Time to go decide what comes up next... Current Mood: chipperCurrent Music: Gary Glitter - Rock & Roll Part 2
|Friday, January 30th, 2004|
|Penn loses :(
For the first time as an undergrad at Penn, the Quakers lost a game in basketball or football in the Ivy League with a two point loss to Yale. Every game matters so hopefully they can pick up the slack against Brown tomorrow and maybe Yale can upset Princeton as well.
I have my interview at the Credit Union tomorrow, and hopefully I'll start working there sometime next week. Lots of friends already work there (Ahmed, Mat, Dan, Kshitij, Leo) and the people seem really fun yet professional. Should be a really good experience.
Looks like there's a good chance that I'm studying in Berlin dieses sommer
. Once again, seems like one of those opportunities I can't pass up - rarely do you get a chance to 1. study in such a cool city, 2. study with a Penn professor abroad, or 3. the combination of the two. It's only six weeks, but I've got weekends free so I can explore the city a good amount as well as make two or three trips elsewhere in Europe (Vienna/Prague/Italy/Paris/London/Greece! ... okay that's definitely too many places to see and I'd probably have more than enough to see without leaving former East Germany (Leipzig/Dresden/Potsdam in addition to Berlin). It's amazing how close and accessible everything is in Europe, but I guess it's the same way here.
I definitely ate too much food today ... well I woke up too late for breakfast, but had toast & strawberry jam for lunch and have been eating stuff non-stop. Anyway, time to go to Wawa soon or do something else with my time ... enough computer usage for today.
Current Mood: jubilant
Current Music: Ben E. King - Stand by me (and sirens outside)
|Tuesday, January 20th, 2004|
|Short but sweet
1. Kerry, 2. Edwards, 3. Dean, 4. Gephardt. That's how the Iowa Caucus turned out. Why do we put so much of an emphasis on Iowa of all places? I mean, why not have a Connecticut Caucus? Or... one in Wyoming? How is a state full of farmers representative of the country as a whole? I know sometimes we here forget about middle America, but isn't this the reverse? Wow Dean did get his ass handed to him... 38% and 32% for the first two, and only 18% for him.
Had a long, fun, but uneventful weekend. The Eagles lost. I ate a lot of Oreos. Had orchestra rehearsal... twice considering that my weekend starts on Thursday evenings. It was really cold outside. Trekked into Center City once to go to Olive Garden with Allie, Robin, Justin, Josh, Kristin, Lauren, Kenny, and Jared. Twas fun, but there were some interesting situations in the restaurant and weird conversations at the table.
As if my blurty entries weren't already scarse enough, I'll probably end up writing less this semester as I'll forget to get around to it, be too tired from work (which starts in 2 hours) or keeping my thoughts to myself in an actual journal. As Voltaire said, "the way to become boring is to say everything." Therefore, I'll put a muzzle on myself :) Current Mood: coldCurrent Music: Dvorak - Symphony No. 7 (rehearsed it enough; stuck in head)
|Thursday, January 15th, 2004|
Over two weeks between updates, which means I've been back from skiing for two weeks already. Time sure does fly. And my last final was four weeks ago...
I haven't updated since being back in Philly. Anyway, the first thing I did when I got back was go to New Deck with my parents, where we proceeded to watch the Eagles suck in the first quarter of their playoff game. Then over the course of the next few hours, they ended up winning the game (somehow) in one of the better weekends of football I've seen played in some time. At the ITA meeting, my work shifts got changed to Monday from 2-5am and Tuesday from 5-8am. I have classes Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30-6, which isn't as bad as I thought it would be. I start off the morning with some macroeconomics theory, then modern Japanese history, then econometrics, France & the European Union, and finally American foreign policy.
It's nice to be seeing everybody again after break. Funny how three weeks at home can feel so short and long at the same time. As soon as I got back, work hit me over the head and I'm already bogged down in it. Speaking of which, I should go finish my homework for tomorrow before it gets TOO
late. Although munching on nachos and salsa, chewing on girl scout cookies, and sipping lemonade sound a heck of a lot better right now. Current Mood: fullCurrent Music: The sounds of late-night WFAN 660 (sports talk & not music)
|Thursday, January 1st, 2004|
|Happy New Year!
Kind of weird how ABC came back from commercials less than two minutes before midnight - shows that they're more concerned with making money than giving us what we want these days. And Fox had men stripping down (not saying they have ever had reputable stuff) while Leno was gaybashing and Letterman was being his boring-self. Oh how I love the choices we get these days...
On a happy note...
Should auld acquaintance be forgot, Current Mood: happy
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And days of auld lang syne?
And days of auld lang syne, my dear,
And days of auld lang syne.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And days of auld lang syne?
|Wednesday, December 31st, 2003|
|To Vermont and back...
Had a great time skiing up in Vermont with Helen and Katie ... it was a little nippy out on Tuesday, but we still got some good runs in. Pictures will be coming when I figure out where to store them...
One thing to remember is never to listen to me for directions (and never to take I-95 during rush hour). Either way, I think we all had fun despite our little debates about Kias, McDonalds, and Ben & Jerry's. Interestingly, having skied less than Helen and I, Katie ended up falling only once the entire two days (and that was getting in line for a lift or something). Helen's major spill looked pretty scary, and within twenty seconds I would tumble in pretty much the same place. And I still don't understand how Katie was able to get her ski wedged BETWEEN
my boot and ski. At least it wasn't as embarrasing as Helen dropping her pole while on the chairlift, after getting on a quad chair by herself and Katie calling the drop two seconds before it happened.
Anyway, it's time to go watch the ball fall as a billion other people are doing around the world. It was great getting out on the slopes after four years of not having skied because of track, college, and other stuff, and it was great getting to know Katie better (never got to know her when I did know her at GHS and on an unrelated note Happy Birthday to her
) and spending time with everybody else - Hellie's got the sweetest Mom (and no I'm not licking ass) in the world (besides my own that is) and Charlie is cute as anything despite his violent tendancies that plague all 8-year old boys around the world. Anyway...
HAPPY NEW YEAR Current Mood: excitedCurrent Music: The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony
|Friday, December 26th, 2003|
|To copy Helen...
1. Using band names, spell out your first name: C
ootie & the Blowfish, R
ndigo Girls, S
ex Pistols, T
2. Have you ever had a song written about you?: Heh no
3. What song makes you cry?: Billy Joel – Allentown
4. What song makes you happy?: Toto – Africa
5. What do you like to listen to before bed?: Depends on the night of the week; weekends it’s drunk freshmen trekking back to the quad; otherwise I’ll probably fall asleep listening to sports talk radio.
6. Who was/were your idol/s when you were younger?: Michael Jackson, Mike Tyson, Kurt Cobain, Darryl Strawberry… wow my generation had a lot of great people in it… probably would have to pick the bear from the Snuggles commercials or the Pillsbury Doughboy. Oooh the Ghostbusters characters!
7. First album you ever bought?: The Drifters – Greatest Hits (compilation) or Fastball – All the pain money can buy
8. Name a song that reminds you of someone: Madonna - Material Girl
a p p e a r a n c e -because that is all that really matters anyway
WEIGHT: 150 (don’t laugh)
TATTOOS: hell no
r i g h t n o w
WHAT COLOR PANTS ARE YOU WEARING?: funky blue pajama pants
WHAT SONG ARE YOU LISTENING TO?: Bon Jovi – Bed of Roses
WHAT TASTE IS IN YOUR MOUTH?: the taste of my toothpaste
WHAT'S THE WEATHER LIKE?: sunny for once (although I woke up too late to see a lot of sun)
HOW ARE YOU?: Sleepy (what else?)
d o y o u
GET MOTION SICKNESS?: When I’m reading in a car, but that’s about it
HAVE A BAD HABIT?: Typing lol too much
GET ALONG WITH YOUR PARENTS? Yes
LIKE TO DRIVE?: It’s fun when I’m in the mood
f a v o r i t e s
TV SHOW: Family Guy/The Simpsons/Southpark for a cartoon and for an actual show, I’ll pick The Practice or Law and Order; maybe a comedy like Seinfeld or Friends if I’m in the mood. Or old school Fresh Prince of Bel-air because they talk about Will Smith’s West Philly roots.
CONDITIONER: Was this survey made for girls?
BOOK: Ray Bradbury – Fahrenheit 451 (I like the classics)
MAGAZINE: Sports Illustrated or ESPN, but those are pretty bland if you don’t like sports.
NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINK: Lemonade
ALCOHOLIC DRINK: Piña Coladas are good but are not necessarily alcoholic. Mudslides or something fruity … I dunno
TO DO ON THE WEEKEND: Recover
BAND OR GROUP or SINGER or RAPPER: Queen because I’m in the ‘old school’ mentality.
h a v e y o u
BROKEN THE LAW: I don’t think any of us haven’t … details withheld
RAN AWAY FROM HOME: No
SNUCK OUT OF THE HOUSE: No
EVER GONE SKINNY DIPPING: No
MADE A PRANK PHONE CALL: Not until recently (I know I should grow up), but I did get one from one of my friends in seventh grade – everybody else figured out it was him when he called, but I believed it was some girl in my science class. And I got really sketched out and I’m still sketched out by the girl to this day. But I think she works in McDonalds now (wink wink nudge nudge Hellie)
EVER TIPPED OVER A PORTA POTTY: Pushed two together… tipping is just inhumane
USED YOUR PARENTS' CREDIT CARD BEFORE: My card is on their account, so I guess that counts
SKIPPED SCHOOL BEFORE: I’m in college… although this semester I was a good boy and missed two classes TOTAL
FELL ASLEEP IN THE SHOWER/TUB: I plan on dying by some other means than drowning
BEEN IN A SCHOOL PLAY: I was some orphan in Oliver (4th grade), one of Joseph’s brothers and actually got lines (Dan, 5th grade), and was half of the Fiddler on the Roof in 8th with Brian.
LET A FRIEND CRY ON YOUR SHOULDER: I listen too much
l o v e
BOYFRIEND: Oh yeah baby! N/A
SEXUALITY: Straight as an arrow
CHILDREN: I love them, as long as I only have to babysit them and not deal with them day after day.
CURRENT CRUSH: It’s passed, and I’m not gonna mention it here in fear of somebody stalking me online and finding out.
IN LOVE: Love is only mutual and it takes time to develop … but you can like somebody
HAD A HARD TIME GETTING OVER SOMEONE: Depends on who the somebody is.
BEEN HURT?: Emotionally no
YOUR GREATEST REGRET: Liking a mother and a mushroom.
GONE OUT WITH SOMEONE YOU ONLY KNEW FOR THREE DAYS: No to the first four words as well
r a n d o m
DO YOU HAVE A JOB: Yep
WHAT YOUR CD PLAYER HAS IN IT RIGHT NOW: Semisonic – Feeling Strangely Fine (recording it to my computer)
WHAT'S THE NEXT CD YOU'RE GONNA GET?: Something that’s cheap but worth the money … I’d rather invest on good speakers for my laptop though
WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO?: Have massive sexual orgies with … okay no. Running and music, as well as basketball always help get my mind off of other stuff. And watching sports is a welcome distraction.
w h e n / w h a t w a s t h e l a s t
TIME YOU CRIED?: Don’t remember offhand
YOU GOT A REAL LETTER?: Helen you got one on December 15 dummy … I got a credit card application on the same date if that counts.
YOU GOT E-MAIL: 3:04pm from Katie
THING YOU PURCHASED: Watchbands for my dad’s watch and mine
TV PROGRAM YOU WATCHED: College Gameday on ESPN
MOVIE YOU SAW AT THE THEATER: Love Actually or Matrix Revolutions … forgot which came later.
Gotta pick between watching the Ghostbusters and Casablanca later… that’s enough typing for me and that took me way too long. Current Mood: tired
|Thursday, December 25th, 2003|
(I backdated the entry just so it looks like I actually DID update this on Christmas).
Christmas eve was an unusually warm night. On the way to church, the clock in front of some air-conditioning store read 58 degrees. The service was pretty and more importantly didn't drag on for hours, and then we were on our merry way home. Unfortunately NOTHING was open except a gas station to buy more snacks at. My dad got home from work at around 11, and then we proceeded to open presents (pictures to be posted shortly).
Hmm what else... went up to my uncle's house on Christmas day. Saw relatives again which is always nice, and saw my other set of grandparents in the morning. This will be a short entry, because I wanna get back to playing online poker with Liz. So once again, Merry Christmas, Happy Boxing Day, Happy second-to-last day of Hannukah, or Kwanza or whatever.
|Friday, December 19th, 2003|
|Why am I awake?
It's 4:17am, and I'm HOME and still awake. What college ends up doing to you...
Glad to be back. Polisci went well (if I guessed correctly). Pick-up was painless for the parents. But very cold. I love talking. In fragments. Or I could just. Stay awake. Am I. Annoying you?
Not as annoying as Lisa who decides to spend ten minutes reversing the letters of everything I say.
Wow - that was yet another poorly constructed sentence. I saw Jeremiah and Andrew his friend from Hahvahd today at track pracitce, as well as all of my old teammates (Larry, Pat, Donald, etc.) as well as Chapleau, Mongo, and then I saw Mr. DeCarlo. Meet on Saturday should be fun to watch (catch the sarcasm - early season meets are of poor quality like bootleg movies) but it'll also be painful to sit through. Not because the seating in Wilton is pitiful, but because I really miss track.
It's 4:20 - you know what time it is (sorry to upset you stoners, but bedtime obviously :P). It's nice to be home though... Current Mood: elated
|Monday, December 15th, 2003|
Congratulations! Félicitations! Herzlichen Glückwunsch! ¡Enhorabuena!
Hellie = Hamilton '08!!!