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    Re: Yay me!

    Yay me! I don't think I've ever felt more in tuned to my spirituality, its connection to everyday life and how it plays out in praxis. <3
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    I passed my phonetics exam phew
    You remind me of the babe
    What babe?
    The babe with the power
    What power?
    The Power of voodoo
    Who do?
    You do!
    Do what?
    Remind me of the babe!

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    Re: Yay me!

    Quote Originally Posted by iris View Post
    I passed my phonetics exam phew

    YAY!!


    And yay me! I finally found a 100% plastic free bottle scrubber!


    (its the little things that make me happy)
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    "Humans are not rational creatures. Now, logic and rationality are very helpful tools, but there’s also a place for embracing our subjectivity and thinking symbolically. Sometimes what our so-called higher thinking can’t or won’t see, our older, more primitive intuition will." John Beckett

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    Quote Originally Posted by iris View Post
    I passed my phonetics exam phew
    kəngrætʃəleʃənz! :P
    baah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Näre View Post
    kəngrætʃəleʃənz! :P
    Lol thanks. My phone doesn't do phonemes ^^
    You remind me of the babe
    What babe?
    The babe with the power
    What power?
    The Power of voodoo
    Who do?
    You do!
    Do what?
    Remind me of the babe!

    Army of Darkness: Guardians of the Chat

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    Woo! Another big home project started and almost finished. In my small kitchen, I've always had a big hutch for all my dishes, and there was a little storage closet next to the fridge. Today, I took apart the hutch then went crazy on the closet with a sawzall. After widening walls, trimming boards, and drilling holes, I've mostly reassembled the hutch INSIDE the newly enlarged closet, save for putting on the doors. The rest will have to wait until I get back from my trip to see my wife!

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    I almost had a decent morning routine! Usually mornings are such hollow things for me, I'm not ecstatically crazy about getting up and taking my meds and stuff but hey, some good music and voilà!
    baah.

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    I passed american literature . Only got a 4 which is exactly average. But I'm pretty proud seeing that I wasn't at a single lecture.
    You remind me of the babe
    What babe?
    The babe with the power
    What power?
    The Power of voodoo
    Who do?
    You do!
    Do what?
    Remind me of the babe!

    Army of Darkness: Guardians of the Chat

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    I identified nearly all the bugs in the pictures I've taken! Took a lot of flipping through a guide I happened to have lying around. Seriously, I don't remember where, when, or why I got it. It just managed to come in handy.

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    I finally learnt to speed read! I've room for improvement, like.. I still run my pen across the page rather than down the page, and sometimes I'll read a paragraph and realise none of it has gone in, so I've had to go back and read it again, but my words per minute has doubled on what it was (I would say every word in my head, at a calm and natural speaking speed). I've wanted to do this for years but just never got round to it.

    Now if only I could learn to type faster without constantly mixing up 'a' and 's'...
    夕方に急なにわか雨は「夕立」と呼ばれるなら、なぜ朝ににわか雨は「朝立ち」と呼ばれないの? ^^If a sudden rain shower in the evening is referred to as an 'evening stand', then why isn't a shower in the morning called 'morning stand'?

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