Catherine (tenthz) wrote,

Slightly poetic?

Ska: Low Influence How's Your Taste in Music: 90's Pop: Highest Influence Classic Rock: Highest Influence 80's R&B: High Influence 80's Alternative: Medium Influence 80's Pop: Medium Influence 90's R&B: Medium Influence Alternative Rock: Medium Influence R&B: Medium Influence Country: Low Influence Gangsta Rap: Low Influence Punk: Low Influence Ska: Low Influence How's Your Taste in Music? p sp Heading to VA for the day. Not only do I have an interview with ACS, but I have a lunch meeting with the son of one of my dad's former colleagues. He works for Booz Allen Hamilton(read: GIGANTIC consulting firm). *yea* for networking. And my mom is coming with me. :-D :-D :-D Must remember to look for wolfdrive in tonight's episode of ER. That is all. I've got an interview on Thursday in Reston, VA! Woot. It's for a Graphic Designer position. Today is the 3rd day of May. My dad was cold so he's building a fire in the fireplace. *Ryan Jones* WHAT?!? */Ryan Jones* Nothing so completely baffles one who is full of trick and duplicity himself, than straightforward and simple integrity in another. -Charles Caleb Colton, author and clergyman (1780-1832) I have over 1000 e-mails in my g-mail account. *yea* G-mail! Yesterday, Albert and I went to Dunkin' Donuts for breakfast and said our goodbyes in about half an hour. Impressive for our otherwise slow-moving tendancies. Mike and I took a tour of the apartment. Then, Heather was kind enough to give "The Family", Mike, Heather, and Adam. We needed a brick wall, so we went to the IFC. I hope the pictures come out. The lighting everywhere on campus sucks. It was pretty late for "The Family" so we said our goodbyes in the parking lot. Then I found my way to Ghislaine's church
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