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 I've changed my icon. 

That's about it. 
leedee: (crap rainbows)
wow, forgot I got this, dayum >:D


May. 14th, 2009 04:21 pm
leedee: (help in rain)
Changed the journal layout on my journal, it's all green and pretty now. Hopefully DW advances to the point of having good layouts in the future, but this is okay for now.

eh, nothing much happened in school, other than Vee freaking out about the fact that a bunch of girls put some make-up on her face xD;;
leedee: (Peek)

Sonetos del amor oscuro why hadn't I read this man's works before? just, all this time wasted i could had been having my heart broken horizons expanded? lols. El amor duerme en el pecho del poeta is my favorite by far.

Just so fucking wonderful ;A;

Oh yeah, and the short story for english got moved to Friday, so yes. Fisako wasn't here, so no Logs :)
Took year book pictures today. Glad that is over

EDIT: I got a Dreamwidth account thanks to my friend DD. Any of you guys that have an account can friend me, so don't be shy

Hi there!

May. 13th, 2009 05:52 pm
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Er... first posts are always awkward so..*wave*
leedee: (moment)
Just, i swear words cannot express how badly i want to see this. The film is called Little Ashes and it's a film dipicting the lives of Federico Garcia Lorca (writer), Salvador Dali (painter) and Luis Bunel (film maker). Aside from Garcia Marquez and Dario, i love the works of Garcia Lorca (his poems, holy crap, awesome is all i can say Here's one of this poems, it's in spanish, there are translated ones, but they don't do it justice) and his life in general is very interesting. He spoke against facist Spain, his works were banned because of it and it ended up being the reason of his death and you know what it's about damn time this man got the recongnition he deserves. Anyways, Little Ashes is a biopic about his life and the "speculation" between him and painter Salvador Dali. Mind you there is no real confimation that Dali and he had a sexual relationship together, Dali denies that. But you don't know what people do behind close doors. Anyways, how fucking badly i want to see this film is insane, and the fact that it's an indie film that's been only released in the UK and in three theaters here in New York (i have no hope in seeing that film, how awkward would that be to bring my mom to movie about two men and their sexuality--no thank you) So, yeah, this is still very surreal to me, and the fact that now my brain is plagued with the "did it or did it happen?" between them, oh wells i guess i'm going to have to do my own research then? xD Anyways, enough of my blabbing, here's the trailer:.trailer under cut to spare the eyes )
leedee: (rosa)

Yesterday was the jazz concert at Lincoln center and it was awesome, i swear it was like taking a step back into the twenties. For some reason i kept thinking to myself, "This is probably the kind of music Jay Gatsby had at his parties." Yes, i said a Gatsby reference, i'm a dork. Anyways, the first hour we hear the top three national high school jazz bands play, and holy shit they were good, seriously. I liked the first and third band that played, i wasn't too thrilled about the second group, i guess it was their sound.

Then there was a fifteen minute break, and finally the Lincoln Center jazz band played and oh...my...goodness... just WOW. Sure these guys have been playing all their lives, but dude it's amazing when you hear actual talent like that. And i finally got to hear the clarinet being used by a professional and not having it to be butchered, i fell in love with music all over again, and when i walked out of there i was just left feeling awestruck and amazed at the art and talent that is involved when it comes to music and what a wonderful thing it is, and the deep apreciation you feel for it afterwards, i'd forgotten why i loved music in the first place, but this? it helped me realized what i had taken for granted.

Yes i gush like a total music nerd throught the whole thing, and the constant Great Gatsby references kept coming to me whenever the bands played something easy and calm, like what Gatsby and Daisy would had danced to at one of his parties. But that's over now, now i have to focus back on school and just guh... it's not fair that everything is going to be due this month.

Anyways, i didn't end up coming back at 10:45 p.m. pfff and on our short ride through Columbus Circle and Time Square i counted at least six Starbucks.

And on our way to the concert we passed by freaking Julliards. And the New York City Ballet theater was right in front of the Avery Fisher hall (that's where the concert was at) man...if i only had the money i'd probably go to New York and see a show every weekend, i swear it's just not fair that i only live ten minutes away from the Manhattan, the place where all of this art and performances is located, things that i LOVE and yet i'm broke, can't go to the shows i want unless i sit in the nosebleed seats and ew, why waste money on that? *sighs* i swear if you're into the arts, live right next to New York, but you don't have money, that's not a good combination.


May. 6th, 2009 05:35 pm
leedee: (not drunk enough)
i don't remember my fucking collegeboard password. now the stupid thing won't let me log in for another 24 hours.

leedee: (moment)

After the draining four hours of SAT's i needed something to laugh at. Currently laughing (at the not surprising) butthurt of OP on F!s


Tokyo Babylon/X/1999

American politics/Fanfiction this one takes the cake

EDIT: pfff


Apr. 30th, 2009 08:09 pm
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So it's not called the swine flu anymore, huh. Apparently they're sticking to the scientific term, H1N1. 

Okay, other than that, today, last day of April and holy shit, only a month and a half of school more to go...


Apr. 29th, 2009 09:17 pm
leedee: (RedGloves-Lena)

Gotta love American politics~

I must not have anything else better to do huh?
So, anyone catch the Presidential news conference? apprently (i'm catching up) Obama shot down a Fox reporter for his "hypothetical"  question that had no sense? not sure if this is true or not (tuned in and out) but yes/no is this true? 


Apr. 14th, 2009 11:46 pm
leedee: (coffee is love)
this story just broke my heart, seriously no one has the right to do this to another human being, and it will be utter bullshit if the parents say, "ah, kids will be kids" uh, no, that just won't fly.



Mar. 29th, 2009 02:47 pm
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. read the Glass Menagerie yesterday and i don't see what the big deal is, it's not even that bad.

. labtop is dead for goods this time, don't know when i'll be back here

. Haagen Daz pistachio ice cream is wierd

. bought two bottles of hand sanitizer for like a buck on friday, yays germphobia!

laters for now dudes~
leedee: (together forever/FuumaKamui)
I've been living under a rock for these past couple of months because i just found out that they're comming out with new OVAs for TRC.

uh wow....?


Feb. 2nd, 2009 02:37 pm
leedee: (giggle/ vanessa/nate)
 So, after my mother literally tackled her way into my room to ask why the fuck i was still up at two a.m. finishing my research paper (i wasn't goinh to be stupid enough to tell her that i had a month to get this paper done and my procrastination made me do it at the last minute) yeah, so i've pretty much slept four hours and feel, for a better lack of a word, high. don't know why, maybe the lack of sleep and coffee abuse aren't a good combo, but eh at least i haven't been feeling cranky (can't say the same for Vee though, she seemed peeved) 

But i'm glad i got my paper over with--for now. 

and my headphones are getting screwed up, not cool since i can't afford to buy new ones right now, god i'm so broke i hate it. but i'll live? right. of course i will. 

yeah, posting this in the middle of the afternoon waiting seven minutes for class to end doesn't help on bit. 

guh, before i forget, my Gatsby project is due this Friday and i have yet to find a song for Tom and Jordan. *sighs* i just don't have abusive and emotionally distant music in my playlist. SO ANY HELP?? 

ooh and the weather outside is great, it so warm it a real reliefe, but now i have to lug home my coat, darn. 
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the charger on my computer has died.

and that pretty much resulted in me having anxieties attacks for two days.


tomorrow my research paper is due. you know i have all the information, but my problem is that i don't know how to put if together. nice~

i need my computer to be functioning so i can do my Gatsy project. i have yet to find a song fo Tom and Jordan

so yesterday my mom and i went out to electronic stores to see if i can find a new recharger. well i did, but they're expensive, holy crap but what can i do? make my dad buy me a new lab top? (well i could since they're freaking cheap as hell now thanks to the economy) but i think they'll buy me a new recharger next week, since no bills are due then.


right now, my recharger has had a bit of mercy and is working, but i don;t know for how long and i don't want to risk it, so i'm getting a new one anyways--i should since its three years old the wires are poking out of it, omg.

Oh and the stress is making me break out, why why why why? i really don't need this right now and i'm just so frazzled that i'm pretty sure that at any moment i can burst into tears like i almost did friday afternoon, along with the hyperventalation.

EDIT: it's 8:10 p.m. and i've made my intro paragraph...that only took four hours lols.
leedee: (clarinet)

band geek 
Used here as a verb.

1. When you lay in a three-pointed star (three people) on the floor of the band room in the dark composing music
2. When the members of your particular instrument stick to each other like glue (and the teacher thinks you all are attached by a string).
3. When you find yourself loudly humming your music as you walk down the hallway to another class.
4. When you end up teaching little 6 month old babies to play their first scale.
5. When you memorize your music and talk about how cool a piece of music is to anyone who's willing to listen.
6. When you miss band class and actually look forward to it as the highlight of your day.
7. When you witness the above actions in every day life and no longer think that its weird.


got it from urbandictionary.com

you can tell i'm bored xD
leedee: (Red Lips)

Occupying the 8th position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Goat (or Sheep) symbolizes such character traits as creativity, intelligence, dependability, and calmness. Comfortable being alone to ponder the workings of their inner minds, Goats enjoy being part of a group, but prefer the sidelines rather than the center. Their nurturing personality makes Goats excellent care-givers. They’re quite and reserved because they spend much time absorbed in their thoughts.

Home and alone is where Goats feel most comfortable. There they can express themselves artistically, whether it’s by painting, cooking or participating in whatever artistic endeavors they enjoy. Goats prefer the couch because there they can relax and explore their minds. They don’t need elaborate furnishings; only items reflecting their desire for art.

When traveling or seeking entertainment, Goats prefer groups or venues that hold many people. Goats spend money on fashions that give them a first class appearance. Although Goats enjoy spending money on the finer things in life, they are not snobbish.

Perhaps because Goats are basically serene, they tend to have fewer health problems. Their fragile exterior hides the fact they’re typically very healthy. When they’re happy, they’re healthy. When Goats become unhappy, especially as a result of romance, they quickly become sick.

Goats tend to be private, so it can take effort to get to know one. The Goat is the one who will decide when and with whom it will share its personal life. As a result, most Goats have few “close” friends, yet they’ll work hard for those they love.

Goats at work prefer being part of a flock. Power and status aren’t important. Goats will only assume leadership roles when asked directly. They’ll never volunteer. Good career choices for Goats include: florist, interior designer, daycare teacher, pediatrician, actor, editor, hair stylist, illustrator, musician, and art history teacher.

Goats and the 5 elements
Metal Goats – Years 1931 and 1991
Metal Goats are tough on the outside, fragile inside. Those close to Metal Goats understand and accept this. Metal Goats are very cultural and they’re most appreciative of the arts.

i'm never a believer in these sort of things, but this is pretty accurate :D it's weird but i can agree with some of these stuff, wow


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