A brief explanation of the title, Sepiated Spirals - スト-カ-...

    We carry notebooks everywhere in our college lives, with often a different one for each class, so the simple act of writing down our thoughts at the turn of a fresh page is always available.

    Altogether, biology, English, math, come together into a myriad of experiences and ideas throughout the day.

    Old ideas combine with new, and we learn from our sepia-toned past.

    The background image is a sepia-tone shot of interlinked spiral notebooks - the eiptome of Sepiated Spirals.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Mine guitar is brutal!

[[Well, it isn't technically my guitar, but hopefully I can buy it from who I'm borrowing it from.]]

I often take my geetar to school, in case I hunger to play it, then when I get home, I bring it inside to play it here, too. This means that every morning I pick it up and huck it into my truck for the day.
This morning I propped it up against the counter while I grabbed some lunch money. It was kind of unstable, so I thought, "It's going to fall if I put it there, so I should prolly move it." Therein was my demise....(well, not really, my demise was making the strings too long to begin with, but still -- go with the drama!) A 1.5 centimeter long string was sticking out from the top, and my thumb was impaled as I went to lift the guitar up. It was quick, and I pulled it out almost right away, but in that moment I was "stuck as one with the guitar", I had time to try pulling it in a couple directions before I yanked it straight down and out. I can remember feeling the pressure as the end of the string fished around within my thumb's flesh...strange, eh? Makes me shudder... It didn't bleed at all at first, then a tiny trickle came; about as much as you'd get with a papercut.
Troughout the day it's gotten purple and I can see how far it went in. To think, though, if it had been just a little bit longer, I'd have pierced all the way through my thumb, hahaha!

It's gruesome to think about, but overall it was a strangely cool thing to have happen. It definitely woke me up.

Just wanted to share lol


Thursday, September 18, 2008

Theater is all-too-amazing

Life is great. Can I just say that? I don't know what it is (ok, so I have a good idea of what it could be), but it's just so much funner lately.

Today Cherisa and I had our little workshop with Street and Captain (the drama teacher and student teacher) and worked on our scene from The Tempest. I really got a good idea of what to do on stage, and any trouble lines now have actions to help me remember them. It's gonna be a great scene. Jest needs effort and work that I'm definitely up to putting into it. We're going to perform it at Shakespeare Competition in Cedar in October. Heck, what a way to take out my last month being 17! As of when this is written, I've got 33 days to live my last as a juvenile.

Once Upon A Mattress is going on next week, starting Wednesday with two more shows on Thursday and Saturday. All are at 7 P.M. Come to one or all! I actually have a speaking part this time, hehe.

After today's Mattress practice, the drama peoples set up for an Improv Show....It was the funnest time I've had in a LONG while. We played one game called Longform, where we all line up at the back and cycle through scenes. The third person in line (or anyone else; an audience member, maybe) 'molds' the first two into positions, and the two create a scene. Eventually, someone (the show's host) will yell, "Freeze!" and the two have to stop whatever they're doing, no matter what. The third person takes the place of one, and creates a new scene from whatever position they ended in. It cycles until they get back to the first two, then they restart their original scene from where it left off. Anyway, enough disposition.....

My scenes tonight, in my opinion, were the best I've ever done in playing this game. I was really surprised at the reaction I got from one particular thing: Becky Hurd and I were in a scene where I was a rescuer saving her from an imminent watery death. We fell in when the cable above us snapped, and I decided to pass the time with some fun. I jokingly pulled her under the water and let her back up. She took revenge and tried the same. At this point, everyone expected me to get back up and cuss her out for nearly killing me, but I just hung there, as if dead and drowned....Hearing everyone laugh at something I just did spur-of-the-moment was amazing--the best feeling I've experienced. At our break in the show I was complimented a lot at how good at improv I was. I'm just doing what's quasi-natural, and rolling with what's there. I don't wanna sound vain, but that was just.....wow. So cool and so fun.
We ended this scene with us both tragically drowning...No happy ending there.

In the other scene, Patrick and I were taking old playgound games to a National competition, but we couldn't decide which to take exactly. We played Hopscotch with invisible chalk, where I was the 'big rock' you throw on the numbers. We played Patty-cake, but that just didn't cut it. We did some jumprope, but that wasn't it, either. I don't wanna get started on Jacks -- I somehow swallowed the pieces and needed the Heimlich Maneuver to keep me alive. During paddle-ball, my eye was replaced with the ball, then Patrick started paddle-ball-ing with my eye....which is when MY eye replaced HIS. That was strange, seeing the world from his point of view....Finally, we beat out everyone at Nationals with Ring-around-the-Rosies and pyrotechnics. I was happy, but mourned the loss of my friend, who was nowhere to be seen....nor was my hair (fire burns, after all).

This was just TOO fun a night. I wonder why I didn't get into drama earlier, but I wonder if I'd be as good as people say I am if I did start earlier. If anything, I'm glad I'm doing it now.

Ah, but with a whole bunch of tripping over logs and drowning all day after school today, I'm beat. I'll sleep REALLY well, but most likely I'll be sore in the morn'. It was well worth it, though; everything I did today from 2:00 to 9:00 was pure Dramatics--FUN drama stuff...Woohoo! Have a good 'un, everyone, and I thank thee for reading. Don't forget to comment!


Sunday, August 10, 2008

A funny website!

I've been browsing around Bored.com tonight looking for something funny, and came across this site: http://www.iusedtobelieve.com/

It's got submissions from people telling of strange and funny things they believed as a child. Here's an example of one...

"I had a strange fear that if I closed my eyes in the bathtub, William Shakespeare would come up through the drain and kill me. I knew his name, but I had no idea who he was, so I just naturally assumed he was some sort of bathtub vampire.

Some are hilarious, so everyone HAS to go there and read them. It makes me think of strange things I believed as a kid, and makes me wonder if I thought any crazy stuff that I don't remember now.

Anyway, I'll see everyone later.


Saturday, August 9, 2008

What the...? Crap!! I wrote a novel blog entry again..!

Ok! So now I have some time to at least post the date I went on yesterday (8-8-08).

Last Saturday, Cherisa asked me if I wanted to go on a date with her. Of course I said yes -- I needed to do something interesting, anyway.
Friday came along, and Cherisa and Nicole pulled up to my house to pick me up, with Veggie Rocks music blaring in Cherisa's car. I hopped in, and we cruised up to Jordan's to retrieve him. Let me just say now that Cherisa drives FAST!! We went down the back roads going 45+!! It...was....fun....!
If I weren't so paranoid of getting pulled over, I would speed all the time.
So we got to Nicole's house just in time to finish the same song we started at Jordan's all the way across town, then piled out to do....something. I didn't know what the two girls had planned, and neither did Jordan. It turned out that we were going to make bagel pizzas and have cupcakes for dessert. The one problem at the time was that Nicole's mom wasn't home with the pizza stuff, so we ate the cupcakes instead. All the while, Cherisa was telling Jordan, "You're so going to heart me for these!". He bit into one with pleasure, and I smelled my cupcake and knew...They had Reese's baked into them. I'm not one to offend anyone, especially if they made good food for me, so I tested my will and downed a cupcake. It wasn't terrible, but I got my peanut butter fix for the next year or two. On a positive note, I didn't die or anything, so I'm at least not allergic! Hehe
We (or should I say Jordan) ate the cupcakes and deliberated what to do next. Cherisa had brought that we decided to watch later on, so we ultimately chose to go to Cherisa's to look at her home's remodeling and look for cardboard boxes to cut and tape into cool stuff. However....there weren't any boxes there we could use, so we took a drive to Home Depot then ACE, but discovered they crushed their boxes and didn't have any available. Luckily, Sears did have a couple small boxes and a huge refrigerator box in the back that we asked to take. We shoved em into Cherisa's amazing car and I drove us back to Nicole's. I guess Cherisa didn't want to intertwine getting pulled over for speeding with the fact two people were in the back seat sitting on folded cardboard without seat belts. I must say, that car just has a vibe that says, "SPEED!!!" I wanted to speed....it was coolly weird. Back at Nicole's, we ate pizza bagels and watched the movie, Prince Caspian, and had to head out just before 4:00 because Jordan had to sing at the Fair. While we were waiting, Joe-D popped up and asked if Cherisa had a keyboard (the piano kind, just to clarify). So, Cherisa, JD, and I hopped into the car and Cherisa drove us to her house within 3 minutes. It was insane! We went 60mph up a road, and on the same road on the way back went 65!! I told Cherisa just before we arrived at the fair grounds, "I've never felt like I was about to die more times than today, but I don't care because this is AWESOME!!" Speed = Fun, but also equals impending doom....heh
Back at the Fair, Jordan sang and did well enough to sing again today, so here's hoping for him to win! It also turns out my rose got a blue ribbon, though it's not a big surprise because I had the only thing in that division.....Oh well, there's $3 in it for me. Captain Shiverdecker (he's the student director helping Mrs Street with Macbeth stuff) was there judging the singers, so we had a bit 'o fun with him. We just waved all strange-ly to him and he said "Hello, students." and went on with his addressing-of-the-winners. Afterward, we
headed back to Nicole's to finish Caspian, and went outside to make rockets to Mars out of the boxes! We made two over time (and time I don't have right now to explain what they looked like; Brigadoon practice looms..) and we blasted off in the driveway. I wanted to make a space laser gun from a thick chunk of cardboard, so I sawed through it into the right shape and attempted to sheath the steak knife I was using into a scrap of cardboard. It slipped through and stabbed me, so to speak. It just looked like I had freshly popped a blister, with a small blood slash at the bottom. I was really fortunate. The blade wasn't sharp at the tip, otherwise it would have been much deeper and serious.
In all that fun, we realized Brigadoon was coming for Jordan, Nicole, and I, so we headed over to the practice site and ended up concluding the date there. Cherisa stayed a while, but I was kind of in acting-mode, so didn't have the chance to talk to her much. I kinda regret that...I could have taken a bit of time, but....oh well.

It was really fun, and I thank all three of em for it. Even though I was a year older than the three of them, I didn't feel it that day. It was too cool to hang out with em and be weird.
Again, though, Brigadoon practice calls to me, so I'm going to go suffer through another four hours to add to the five we already practiced this morning....(haha, kidding, I like it)

You won't regret it when you see how well we do!!

I'm off -- Have a great weekend everyone. Really :)


It's too late to post anything but this short note now; I have to go to bed to get up for Brigadoon at 7:00 tomorrow. At the rate it's going, I'll only have 6 hours of sleep YET AGAIN... Ah well, it's show business, eh?

This is a reminder to myself to tell about 8-8-08 and the day I had.

Until the the next moment I have time to spare,

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Minesweeper failure

Man...!! Look how close I was to beating Expert on Minesweeper!

That really sucked! But I surprised myself by getting that far.....hehe.

It's been a pretty good day

As today's title says, my day was quite enjoyable...

I started off waking up around 7:30 (but only actually getting out of bed at 9:00) to go to my first practice of Once Upon a Mattress, yet another musical/play thing! It's pretty cool; I am Sir Studley....Now, inform me of who DOESN'T like a name like that!!! :þ
Afterward, Cherisa gave me a ride home. We figured out how to put a big bike in her trunk, and I showed her that her back seats fold down to get to the trunk, hehe. Good times in keeping a trunk door (would it be called a door?) from flying open using only a metal coat hanger....Gotta love those MacGyver moments.

At around 12:00, Cherisa came back to give me a ride to Macbeth practice at Street's house. I have to say, that's the first time I've been down 4th West at 40 mph. It was honestly fun, albeit risky. The Pirate (or so Nicole calls him) is great. He's a student director staying with the Streets (I think), and he's helping with Macbeth. Today Mrs Street wasn't there, so Christian (his real name, I do believe) took over. We started off with an improv game where each of our names had an action/emotion, and had to set it up in a sequence. First we did Cherisa's, which was lying on the ground in a kind of girly pose. Then Cachae's (I probably murdered spelling her name..) which was jumping up into the air excitedly. Becky's was a kind of crazy, wobbly arm movement where we touched each other's shoulder in turn like a wave. Then Jordan's, which was a kind of...um...'suggestive' pose. Jordan and I took a step back from the three girls and did it at them, and they did it back at us. It was funny! Finally, mine was a low, elegant bow.
After that, we stretched out a bit, then played another game where we had to stare at something outside of a circle formation we were put into, but still focus on everyone there while we counted down from 10 to 1, with random people saying the numbers in turn. If two people said the same number at the same time, we had to start back at 10. After a while (and a fair number of failures) we got it, then went inside to eat watermelon before going to the Lion's Park to do some more stuff.
Once there, we tried an "emotional symphony" game, where a conductor conducts people who are portraying different emotions, like humor, sadness, fear, anger, etc. Fear might scream, and Humor would laugh. Very fun.
The last improv game we tried was kind of like the ones you see on Whose Line is it Anyway? all the time. Earlier we had written 3 quotes on slips of paper, and we stockpiled them all into a bowl thingy. We were then split into couples, given a setting and a topic, then let loose. We improvised a story, and every now and then pulled one of the quotes out to read. It was awesome when the quotes worked out and fit in with what was going on! Definitely funny! Jordan and I were at a playground and were supposed to throw in electricity for the theme....I forgot about the electricity, and kind of dropped the ball when Jordan said something about Benjamin Franklin, but overall it worked out fine.
Finally, we read through Act II in Macbeth. It's pretty intense, and even more so whenever Christian stops us to explain or ask questions about it. This is pretty much the second time I've read through it before, so that's a plus, too (knowing the story and what's going on, namely).

I went home, then went to Spencer's to play Brawl for a bit. We ultimately got bored, and went to Gamestop/Walmart to get stuff, like clothespins.....Hahaha, in due time I'll post a blog saying what I'll do with those clothespins...It's great! Then, considering I didn't have a car, Spencer drove me to the Sevier County Fair to turn in a rose I made out of paper. Hopefully I can win in the origami division - it'll be cool if I do. I'll post a picture of the rose when I get it back. In the end, though, I do have to give it back to the person I made it for originally.

I hung around home, reading, until Brigadoon started. Nothing really special happened at Brig, but I did have some fun conversations with a few people there. I was reminded of a crappy time where I got caught on the school's roof, though....I'll tell that story sometime later, too. We were there until 11:30. Hectic, it was. I hope we don't work on it that late again....

Anyway, there's my day for ya. It seems I've set up at least two more blogs for the future:
  1. What I'm planning with 100 clothespins
  2. My truly scary roof story
It's late, so I'm going to bed. Show enough feedback (So....Leave a comment!!) and I'll consider typing up those two future topics sooner than later. Have a great time doing whatever you may be doing this week!


Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Archives, Vol. II

More hits on the counter; pretty awesome!

I'm here to relay another tidbit of history from my old blog. This entry was in one of my downtimes (I seemed to have a lot of those...) in which I wrote a poem. When it comes to writing, I don't really like to do it, but now and then something just comes to me, and it's pretty surprising to show myself what I'm capable of. Here's hoping you like the poem, Long Forgotten.

December 29, 2006

Long Forgotten
J. L. Stoker

Gone are the days when the summers were fun,
When in night the shadows were shallow and none.

Anymore it's not like that. Can't you see?
The dreams have vanished of friends that would be.

They sit, now, apart, not thinking of friends,
But now of times that have come to an end.

"United we stand," yet we're all sitting down.
We show no emotion, just a frown.

I just wish we could all stand up once more,
And tell all the frowns, "That's what friends are for."

I didn't post this because I'm feeling down now. If anything, I'm feeling much better, and hopeful that I can tap into that strangely evading Source and write more things like this in the future.

I'm sure you can probably relate to it; I wrote it that night just for that reason.
Maybe it reminds you of an old friend that just kind of dissolved away in hectic times, or something else only you personally would understand.

All-in-all, I hope you enjoyed this second flashback :)

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Archives, Vol. I

I found something pretty interesting today while browsing around. I went to my old Windows Live Spaces blog, and realized I had a lot of cool blog entries.
I think it's due for a trip down memory lane.
--Realize I wouldn't be doing this if I didn't see how many people read my blog. I figure those who didn't see the old blog's entries might want to see some of my favorites.--

This entry is one from around Christmas two years ago. Enjoy, eh?

December 5, 2006

Funny stuff for the month

hehehehhehehhe ok we just put up our new tree (i'll add a pic of it here) and my mom was vaccuming up the little extra ''pine needles'' (fake tree). there was a piece of paper on the ground next to me, and the vaccum was blaring in my ear. "will you pick that paper up?" she asked. "WHAT??" I yelled back, even though i could hear her just fine. she repeated it, and again i yelled back, a little louder the second time. then i casually looked down and said "Oh hey, let me move that paper for you." hahaha i had my brother and me laughing.........good times. well marry krismiss if i dont write about blizzard or anything later on in the month. sayonara


I didn't realize I had that kind of humor in me, hehe. This entry surprised me a bit. Anyway, this is the first of many, and I'll post more old entries more often. Thanks for reading, and comment if you can! It would be much appreciated.

Have a good one!

Hit counter of amazingness!

Some of you may have seen the hit counter at the top of my page. I happen to not be able to see the cool numbers there, but when I click on the "Who's been here?" link, I can see a whole bunch of stats. I had 20+ hits today! It's great! Thanks.

For those of you who are coming here for the first time since getting my message, this isn't the new post. You want the one below this post.

Again, thanks for at least taking the time to visit, whether you leave a comment or not. I guess you need a Google account to comment, so some can't do much. But, I dunno....go make an account and a blog. It's something to do, and it's kinda fun.

Bed time....Keep reading, and I'll keep writing!


Saturday, July 26, 2008

Interesting times

It's been a long while since I last updated this. Lots has happened; some things I might go into, others I'll keep to myself because a public blog isn't the place for it.

Not too long before the 4th, I was convinced to be a part of the city's musical, Brigadoon. I'm a dancer in it, plus random filler and whatnot throughout it. So far, it's been really fun -- it distracts me from other matters after a long day, and I welcome anything that will raise my spirits these days. We're set to perform (and hopefully perform well) August 15, 16, & 18 at 7:00, with a 2:00 performance on the 16th. Four shows total. Four new experiences for me. Yes, this happens to be the first thing I've done involving singing, dancing, and theater all rolled into one.

Brigadoon won't be my last, though. As in my earlier blogs, I'll be in Macbeth too. Word is finally going around that practice will start in the first week of August. I seriously can't wait. This summer has dragged on too long. Too much drama, too many bored days, and too much brain-deterioration. I gotta do something "intelligent" before I snap! I haven't had a talk with smart people about smart stuff in too long a time. So someone, anyone: talk to me. Tell me about that cool new gadget you found surfing around online one day, or about how you think a plant perceives time. Sure, being fun and crazy at a party is fun, but after two months of that, you'd get bored. Nearly anyone would. So please, let's talk and have a different kind of fun for a change...

..Well, the 4th was awesome, as always. The fireworks were great. It always gets me when I think that a bunch of flammable chemicals packed into a 3- to 7-inch ball can be shot into the air to explode above our heads with a massive concussive blast, just for pure enjoyment.
But, that feeling lasted for just that one day. The week leading up to it, and the few days after the 4th, felt like the longest in my life. Mark down one thing I won't say more about here, for the sake of many people.

So anyway, I've been sitting here doing other things while wondering what to say here, and can't think of anything. I'll try to remember other things and post em.

Until later,

Sunday, June 22, 2008

The Wii?

Some dude named Edward won the game system. Oh well, I didn't totally expect to win, anyway.
I don't have a whole lot to say at the moment, so, until later.


PS.. The new Panic! at the Disco album ("Pretty. Odd.") is awesome. I like it a LOT.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Woeful Wounds!

Pain is common, right now. I'm not complaining--just informing.
  1. My right foot is bruised, as is my lower back.
  2. My left elbow got tramp-burned...It's still burning.
  3. I pulled a muscle in my right side.
  4. There's a small welt from a large metal spatula on my left hand.
  5. On my right hand, a wooden spoon made an interesting crack sound as it raised a bump on my ring finger.
  6. My lips are chapped.
  7. Oh, I forgot one last time I posted...There's a welt on my left ear. I got shot by an airsoft gun.
It's interesting how I'm growing used to it, though. On that note, here's a thought: Could we have unknown pains somewhere, but we don't know it because it feels normal? Ya gotta wonder.
See you later.

Sunday, June 8, 2008


It is currently.....5:08 in the morning. I've been up since 9:30-ish yesterday morning, with only 6 hours of sleep before that.
Derek (my brother) and I have been on computers at my grandparents'/uncle's house playing games. I'm too tired to think of what I should say.....so I won't.
I have two choices:
Stay up until 12:00 noon/2:00 PM (depending)
Sleep now, and wake up around 10:00 AM, only to be awake those 1-3 hours anyway.

Sleep does sound really really good right now, so I'll definitely go with that...anyway, have a good one, people. Comment if you have the time [sure, there isn't much to comment on, but just say "hi" or something along those lines. Or else I will come to the very place you sleep and make you eat pureed fish. With whipped cream on top. And a cherry. TWO cherries. We wouldn't want that, now, would we?] [hehehe, only kidding].

--Later, Stoker

Friday, June 6, 2008


Methinks I may buy a Wii, assuming it ever stops snowing in the mountains and there's a fire....
I like the games on em--Metroid and Brawl. Plus you can get old nintendo games that are awesome...Heck yes, I want one now!


Wednesday, June 4, 2008


Dang.....does anyone ever read this? I ought to find a hit counter and see how often people visit. Leave a comment, if its not too much trouble--else I won't bother updating this....I don't want to be wasting my time.


Sunday, June 1, 2008


Wow, it's been a while. We've yet to even watch the videos we made back from my last post, so don't expect it to be up on Youtube as soon as I made it seem.

So, school's out for summer!! 'Bout friggin time, isn't it?? This is definitely a good time for everyone, what with no more homework and all that to worry about. I'm at least glad, if that counts for anything.

I'm hoping to be called out for Camp Crew sometime this summer, and get big bucks ($$$$ <-- quadruple digits, baby!) I was planning to buy a computer, but I think I'll wait on that and just splurge now and then, here and there. Can't get too ahead of myself, though; I've yet to find out if I'll be called out.

That's the one thing that could happen at any time during the summer, so we'll see. Other things I have/get to do are.....
  • Minigolfing on the 10th!!
  • Youth Court Conference, 11th-14th
  • Mormon Miracle Pageant, 14th
  • Marching Band starts, 17th
  • Another band thing on the 21st with Ryan
That's just June, and July will be pretty great, too, when I discover what I'm going to do.

Anyway, yesterday Becky and I decided we'd make a cake. We mosey-ed on down to the store to buy mix and frosting, and had the genius idea to make it.....MULTICOLOR-ed!!!!! I'll try to remember to send the pictures of the finished product from my phone and post them :P.

While we waited for the twin circular cakes to cool, we got on the computer to look at Guitar Hero 4 stuff (really, it's Guitar Hero: On Tour), and found out it'll be released October 27, 2008. What's more, is there will be drums....FINALLY.Rock band isn't my thing, so I'm glad GH is getting on the right track. We ran into some random tech blogs, like www.geekologie.com, that were hilarious. I hadn't laughed so hard in a long time. Definitely worth checking out---BUT: watch out for....er....questionable content. Apparently Becky says he found how to use the F-Bomb now and then, plus he's kind of suggestive. It's easy to see it coming, though, so you'll be laughing at the safer things more often than reading the annoyingly retarded stuff.

And there it is, my blog, updated once again. Thanks for reading if you did, and for the sake of Becky's blog (and in thanks for reminding me to update mine), here's the link to Becky's Blog.

**Becky: Just gotta say thanks for being there. The few times we've been able to chat have been the best. I hope we can just hang out like that more often.


Saturday, April 26, 2008

Sadies Dance [SOON TO BE EDITED]

Yesterday was the big Sadie's Dance we've been waiting for. It was a blast; definitely the best dance I've been to (though only second..). Becky asked me using pistachios with notes in them, and I replied with a big YES in glow-in-the-dark stars on her bedroom ceiling.
Everyone had different color shirts (the girls chose them).
These were the colors/couples:
  • Becky/me - bright green (she used glow-in-the-dark paint on ours, so they were even better :þ )
  • Sarah/Jordan - light blue
  • Cherisa/Matt - red
  • Sadie/Ryan - purple
  • Jerika/Dallen - white
  • Tara/Taylor - black
  • Kenzie/Nash - dark blue

At 3:00 we met up at the Lion's Park to play frisbee, then we left to do random things around town and record them on video. Wal-Mart seemed the best place to go, so that's where we drove first. On the way, we did a Chinese Fire Drill here and there....

--Ya know...we recorded all of this...I'll see what I can do about putting it on Youtube and posting it here so you can SEE and not have to read it all--

This is some stuff we didn't record:
At 4:00ish, we went to Becky's to eat fruit for an appetizer, then went to Kenzie's for pizza. It was good stuff...
--recordings going from Kenzie's house to Sarah's--
At Sarah's we ate dessert (ice cream w/toppings), then left to the SVC to watch Jordan and Matt dance. It was pretty cool. Then we went to the dance and partied it up. What do you get when you put 14 wierd people together at once? Well, does 'utter craziness' mean anything to you? 'Nuff said...
We took pictures around 9:00, and left to go to Cherisa's to play games and eat s'mores.
Killer Frog, Phantom, and Follow the Judge. Finally we went back to a packed dance with a bunch of the jocks and popular people crowding it. Still, our little group found a spot and did weird shtuff like our "swimming" circle.....hahaha....
We took Sadie and Ryan home around 11, and Becky and I sat and talked for a bit before she dropped me off at my house to end it all.
It was fun, and I can't wait until we get together again to watch the videos we made.


Thursday, April 17, 2008

Good times

Yesterday was Becky's birthday...I was happy because she was excited and happy. It was awesome. Best feeling in the world....haha, anyway, I've Maximum Ride to read so until next time.

Reminder: Get stars for room--It's too amazing to pass up

Sunday, April 6, 2008


I have a new favorite snack (it's not a favorite food, because Italian food takes that slot :þ ):
  • Wal-Mart brand Doritos (I haven't tried it with real Doritos yet)
smothered in....
  • parmesan cheese
It's good stuff!


Turn of events

I'm eligible to do things now.

State jazz went pretty well. I thought we played okay, and Scott Wilson, Mr. Bird, and some other guy thought so, too. But the judges didn't....two gave us 2-'s, and we averaged a 2 overall. The rest day got.....interesting. I'll keep it to myself for now.

Becky asked me to Sadie's :D She gave me a bag of pistachios and some shells had pieces of paper in them. I replied to her by rearranging the stars on her bedroom ceiling to say YES. It was cool :) (Woohoo! I'm going to Sadie's with Becky!)

Asian Kung-Fu Generation is still amazing. They have new songs I didn't even know about. Good times...
I can't think of anything to say, so I'm off.

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Survival is imminent


Mrs. Christensen has done what she can to fix my grade, so hopefully Brown will let it be changed.

I'm Seyton (Street says you say it [see-ton]) and a soldier in Macbeth. Seyton is Macbeth's lieutenant and servant, with a total of 5 lines!! So anyway, it's all gonna be cool.


Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Thursday's the day

It looks like I'll find out on Thursday if I can make up that 'I'. Mrs. Whats-her-face will be back from FBLA by then. I'll update...

Monday, March 31, 2008

Busy busy busy busy busy busy busy BUSY...!

Things to do, as of March 31, 6:30 PM:

  • AP History stuff (DBQ, paragraphs, read book)
  • Computer Technology (can I even make up that I???)
  • Pay attention in Chemistry
  • Read book and do vocabulary
  • Hours after school
Wow...I guess it's not TOO much to do. I'm still really stressed, though, because I want to do band stuff, and with the NG, I, and F I have, it's not gonna happen.

I have the 2 ½ hours of restitution for the NG done, but I have no idea what I need to do to help the 'I'.

Now I wants food.....b'bye

Sunday, March 30, 2008

What a good Saturday

Hey hey.

I tried out for next year's school play, Macbeth, on Thursday. I used a pretty intense monologue I got online which I performed fairly well (I think so, anyway) . If you want to see it, go here: http://www.actorpoint.com/free_monologues/44.html. It's going to be my first bit of Drama stuff, and I'm Stoked (pun intended)! I may post the DVD we recorded of all of our monologues on Youtube or something, as long as everyone says it's ok.

Chuck (my truck, for those who don't know its name) is clean, and smells perdy good too. (haha) Thanks to Becky and Sarah. One thing, though, is that cleaning it made me want to get a new car as soon as possible, because as good as Chuck is, he's still not amazing.
--Funny story-- Becky and I went to Walmart to get a new steering wheel cover and air freshener for Chuck. We got it, and put the brace thing that was inside the new one in the old one. Becky 'drove' on the passenger side of the car using the old cover. Man, we got some priceless looks from a couple guys!! Too fun, too fun...
This video is what gave me the idea:

So here's blog #2, and here's hoping people come to read these. Leave a comment if its not too much trouble. Later and thanks.

Friday, March 28, 2008


So then, here's Blogspot, showing a new world to me. Will I like this better than my MSN Spaces blog? Probably.... Well, if I remember, I'll add stuff here now and then. I now present my blog. Enjoy