May 3rd, 2002


Succede ogni giorno. (It happens every day.)

Brooke has an Italian phrase-a-day calendar, and that one is taped to our dry-erase board.

Allison said something that i think is so true about going back home. “The people who have stayed around will still be the same people. The people who went away will have changed. The people who are still the same will annoy you. And the people who have changed are the ones you will have the most in common with, for ths most part.”

We change by the speed of the choices that we make
-from “Out of This World” by Bush

The website i loved so much now resides here.

Talked to my 3rd NHS ‘01er today. This time i IMed her in response to an away message. We chatted briefly and then she had to run. I think there’s something comforting about talking to people i hung out with in high school, like it brings me back to the safe easiness of senior year. (Wow, whoever thought i’d ever say that?)
you think you know...

"And it's a thin line between pleasing yourself and pleasing somebody else"

Rebecca is almost certainly not coming back in the fall, and her parents won’t ship everything back to California, so i’m taking her lamp (and lightbulbs), wastebasket, dry-erase board/corkboard, regular corkboard, a vase, and some other random stuff. Yay for not having to spend any money for my room next year (if i can take one of the fans from the basement at home).

Talked to NHS ‘01er #4 this morning. Only a few more left whom i actually have any interest in staying in touch with.

The Concerned Students & Alums of All Colors: An Online Forum on Diversity at Smith website is now up.

On Belief-O-Matic my mom got:

1. Liberal Quakers (100%)
2. Unitarian Universalism (97%)
3. Reform Judaism (88%)
4. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (86%)
5. Neo-Pagan (73%)

Wow, my mom is more pagan than i am.

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