Tuesday, April 28, 2009

back to school today :)

I had to go back to school today.
And Friday is the pupil-free day.
But I still have to go to school, for University and 'Odyssey of the Mind'.
Damn it.
But I loved seeing everyone again.
I actually ran to Jacqui, and got a hug from Aaron and Emma like always.

Because I can't think of anything to write by myself-
Who was the last person or object you shared beds with?
Well, Paul and Emma. Paul and I were playing 'Mercy' and Emma was trying to sleep at some point, which is what you get for only sleeping for 3 hours.

How tall are you?

What are you looking forward to?
-Glen coming over.
-Going to see 'The Boat that Rocked' with everyone. Which will happen.
-Sadly, Uni.
-Seeing this idiot American on TV get stung by bluebottles. He reckons they only sting a little.

Where was your MySpace default picture was taken?
Paul's bedroom.

If you found out you couldn't have kids, would you adopt?

What is your favourite movie?
Death at a Funeral!
Death at a Funeral Pictures, Images and Photos
Pretty sure this photo has been used in my blog before.

Do you have a crush on anyone?
Haha. Not anymore!

Who do you most look like in your family?
Mum's face, Father's eyes and hair.

Do you like to travel by plane?
Yes! Melbourne next month!

Do you have any bruises?
Yeah, I always have bruises.
And I am probably going to get some after Paul tripped me over today.

If you had 100 dollars to spend on clothes, where would you go to shop?
Tree of Life.

Where were you raised?
Corrimal in Wollongong.

What is on your bed right now?
7 pillows or some insane number like that.

Your parents tell you they're moving to Mexico:
Yeah, I'm coming with you.
But not until they figure out what is going on with Swine Flu.

Do you want a relationship?
I'm not trying for one at the moment.

What is your favourite thing to watch on T.V?
Most crime shows. Especially Criminal Minds and Bones.
And 'Kevin Rudd P.M.'

Sunday, April 26, 2009

happy birthday allira!

I'm very grateful for last night, thank you to all who made the night as special as it was.

Congratulations everyone!

And Happy 13th Birthday to my little sister, Allira!

I'm so tired, and I have to do a test on Cellular Respiration and Fermentation tonight. Argh.
'Energy to power cell work must be “withdrawn” from carbohydrate & fat “savings” & converted to ATP “cash”.'
I think I'm going insane here.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Monday, April 20, 2009

wow, two blogs in one day.

One of the Top 10 funniest photos of my life-

Do you show your emotions or do you have a poker face?
Apparently I'm pretty obvious.

Do you tend to have good dreams or nightmares?
I tend to have good dreams with people in it that I didn't think actually had a place in my subconscious.

Do you learn from your mistakes or find yourself constantly repeating
Me? Mistakes?

Which is better: Cold or hot weather?
Cold weather. Easily. Or being cold because I'm swimming.

Is photography something you enjoy?
Yes! Now that I have a deviantart and money for a camera.

When was the last time you had butterflies in your stomach?
Last night funnily enough.

Do you have or plan on having children?
I plan on having them.

What's the best flavor snowcone?
The yellow ones.

Do you support war?
No! The people that get killed aren't even involved most of the time.

Are you truly happy with your life?
Happy, but not truly.

How often do you cry?
I was crying about an hour ago. I'm like a fudging sprinkler lately.

Have you ever met someone who just had you at hello?
He had me at *hello i'm going to walk through the door and shine at you*
That's right, you know who you are.
Actually, no you probably don't.
Because I'm subtle like that :)

Do you have any addictions?
iM aDddiCteD 2 UUUU.
Or not.
Unless Peanut M&Ms count as an addiction?

What song reminds you of an ex?
hello paul's top played list.

What color eyeliner do you prefer?
Purple. Because it makes my eyes look greener.

Have you ever been so hurt that you felt completely numb emotionally?
Only once last year. That was horrible. I got the day off school at least.
Actually I turned up to school and I was crying on and off and my eyes were so thin because they were all swollen.
Stupid people.

If given the chance to do anything, what would it be?
Live underwater.
With a sting ray for a best friend.

Are you the type of person who always needs to be in a relationship?
Jeez. No way. I think I would go insane.
Not that being in a relationship is a bad thing.
Depends on the sort of relationship.
And the person.

Do you think there is a fine line between love and hate?
A very, very fine line. And it doesn't take much to cross it.

Do you think everyone is beautiful?
I honestly believe they are. Beauty doesn't have to be physical.

Do you believe that all members of the opposite sex are basically the
If by basic you mean the addition of certain appendages, then yes.

What is the best fingernail polish color?
Green or gold or purple.
Apparently I wear colours like a peacock.

What is the nearest purple thing to you?
i love hot topic.

well that was a waste of time :)

frickin womb sisters.

Well we walked into the nurses room and the woman actually asked which one of us was pregnant.

I heard the heart beat! And the swishing of it's 'womb sister' (The name a bunch of crazy pregnant ladies on this website gave the placenta. They actually leave the placenta on the baby until it falls off...)

Me (reading out loud)-
"If a pregnant woman, overwhelmed by pains, is not able to deliver, you must rub her thighs with a sardonyx and say: "Just as you, stone of sardonyx, have shone on the first angel by the order of God, in the same way, you, child, come shine as a man who lives in God". Then, she will place this same sardonyx at the baby’s exit, to the exit of her sex, and she will say: "Open, paths and doors, just as for the appearance by which Christ, God, and man, has appeared and has opened the doors of hell; and you, baby, cross this door without dying and without making your mother die". At this moment, you must place this stone in a belt around her, and she will be eased."
"I swear to God, if anyone tries to stick a crystal up my vagina..."

Here's one for me!
"If someone goes mad, or is in some way prey to fantasies, you must rub a magnet with saliva, and, with the stone, rub the nape of his neck, then his forehead while saying: "Bad madness, yield to this power by which God has transformed the devil’s power into kindness for man, sent forth from the high sky". And the patient will find his spirits."

This girl can either frustrate me or make me explode with laughter. She's my photography buddy, and I'd freeze my ass off for her any day. And she is there for me, when I need her and sometimes when I don't...

Before our haircuts-

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Mum's home...

And she brought a lot of stuff!

I now have...
-A Disturbed shirt
-An Iron Maiden shirt
-Black and white striped gloves and a black and red checkered scarf.
-An Emily the Strange shirt that says "I need you like a hole in my head."
-Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs. Only the best chocolate ever.
-Purple, black and white Jack Skellington Pajamas. I love them so much.
-A Jack Skellington Christmas stocking.
-A cauldron from Lori Cabots shop in Salem, From Glen.
-A small amp for my electric guitar, which I need to buy headphones for.
-A SpongeBob toy from Burger King.
-$100 American dollars! I'm so excited, because this means I can buy myself an Underwater Camera! I'm going to give Glen the money to buy it duty-free. Well, that's the plan anyway :)

Mum's already asleep on the lounge.

On another subject...
I know I mention a lot of people in my blog, but most of you don't even know who they are. So each blogpost I am going to try and introduce some of these people. I'll start with Paul, because he actually said my blog was 'an interesting read'.

Paul is the ex-boyfriend from two years ago and one of my best friends right now, even after about 2 years of not talking. Conversation with this guy is NEVER boring, and he can make me laugh, although I am usually laughing at him. For anyone who watches the IT Crowd, Paul is exactly like Maurice Moss, even though he tries to deny it. My sister seems to like him a lot, mostly because of his blue eyes and his abnormally large tongue. It's really a love-hate friendship, especially when he steals my noodles :)

Friday, April 17, 2009

b is for biancaisevenbettererthanjoshua...

a is for anaconda (cute)

b is for biancaisevenbettererthanjoshua

c is for caterpillar

d is for death

e is for egalitarianismwhichisareallybigword

f is for FISH

g is for goatsmilkwhichisdisgusting

h is for hermit

i is for imgivingupati

Joshua. says:
well you are gutless!
bianca. says:
should i keep going?
Joshua. says:

j is for joshuaisthemostconfusingandweirdpersonihavemetinalongtime

k is for kimono

l is for license

m is for motherwhowillbehometomorrow

n is for night

o is for octopuswhichisawatmerewetherbathsyesterday

p is for PIRATES

q is for quiver

r is for rhinoceros

s is for seismograph

t is for turnip

u is for umbrella

v is for vacuole

w is for window

x is for xenophobia

y is for yesterday

z is for zealot

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

on a race... around newcastle.

So I've had a very exciting 2 days.

Monday was Emma's birthday, and she loves photography. So we decided to go and do the photo shoot that had been planned for ages, even though it was raining.

Anyways, after about 3 hours of me freezing my ass off in the rain, we got some pretty good shots. I've already got a few, but Emma is still editing heaps.

Then yesterday, she had a formal birthday party at King Edward Park. After eating lots of Peanut M&Ms, we decided it was time for the Amazing Race around Newcastle...
I was partnered with Georgia, and we had so much fun. I knew my way around Newcastle and wasn't afraid to ask for directions. And she had a tonne of energy.

So we...
1. Searched all around the Garside Gardens for a tiny gold package which we were told we had to count the contents of. We were the last team to find it, and there was a package of rice inside of it. No teams actually bothered to count it, and we were the last team to leave King Edward Park.

2. The next clue told us to go to the Cathedral. Luckily I knew where that was, and Georgia and I basically ran from the park to Christ Church Cathedral. We were the first team to arrive. Once there we had to find the oldest grave, which turned out to be from 1829. We were the first team to leave the graveyard.

3. Then we got lost. We had to find a business with a logo of a key and lock, that was on Hunter St, between Perkins and Watt Street. Once there, we had to take a photo of ourselves in front of it. Only problem was that the camera we had had run out of batteries. So we wrote down the 'John Paynter Gallery', which took us about 15 minutes to find. I asked for so many directions, and Georgia and I probably looked insane running everywhere with our formal gear.

4. We had to go to Spotlight and buy 20 cms of a certain type of fabric. We took the bus there, and Hana and Dani caught the same bus. When the bus arrived at Spotlight, all four of us ran out of the bus, and I ran up the stairs and started looking for the fabric. I found it pretty quickly, and we ran downstairs where there was no line so the woman could cut the fabric. I've never realised how slow the people are there that cut the fabric. It was agonising.

5. After that, we ran to King Street McDonalds where we had to wait for everyone to catch up, and then buy an 'icecream cone'. Georgia being the thinker that she is, realised that it only said cone, not that it had to have icecream in it. So we sat at a table with Emma and Spencer, which I realised was a pretty stupid idea. I got up from the table and looked out the window, only to see Aaron and Brittany running to Maccas. So Georgia and I ran to the counter and paid $1 for 2 icecream cones, whilst everyone else bought the icecream. It was so funny shoving out mouth full of waffle cone while everyone else got brain freezes.

6. So we ran out of McDonalds, and ran all the way to the Newcastle Regional Library, which is right near Civic Park. We had to find a book with a certain code on it, and take a photo of ourselves holding it. Only we didn't have a camera. So we wrote down the name of the book and the author.

7. Next we had to go to the Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, which was thankfully right next door to the Library. We had to find an artwork called 'Intel-igence' and write down the artists name. I'd already been to see the exhibition, so I knew exactly where it was.

8. This was our last task. We had to find Sally (Emma's Mum) at Newcastle Baths. We knew it was too far away, so Georgia and I ran to a bus stop. Only Emma and Spencer caught up. For some reason, everyone started running to the next bus stop. Georgia and I waited there, because the next stop was actually the last stop for the bus. So Georgia and I got on the next bus, and we passed Emma and Spence who were still running. The bus driver asked me 'Why are they running? The bus stops here'. I asked him if he had a ever watched the Amazing Race and he said he didn't watch TV.

9. So we got off the bus at Newcastle Station, ahead of Emma and Spencer. From there, we actually ran to Newcastle Baths. Anyone who knows Newcastle knows that that is not an easy run. Especially after you had been running for the past hour and a half.

Anyways, we get to Newcastle Baths, and Hana and Dani had already arrived because they hitched a ride with some P platers. So legally, Georgia and I won.

Phil would be proud.


Sunday, April 5, 2009


And they say the only way to get something done right is to do it yourself...

Nice photography Allira.
Nice editing goes to me though :)

Possibly one of the worst weeks of my life...
1. My University Quizzes had to be reset a total of 3 times
2. Mum left for America
3. I was in hospital from 7pm to 3am with Mum because doctors thought her pregnancy might be ectopic.
4. My little sister managed to lock us out of the house, which meant me crying at the neighbours door and spending the day at Charlestown Square.
5. I had a total of 4000 words due in at school.

And yet I got 15/15 in my University test on Nucleic acids and Carbohydrates.
I guess things have to go right sometimes.