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Endings [Jun. 29th, 2011|12:37 am]
Eneref
You've all been part of a really crazy dream over the last decade and a half. Some of the dream's been good. Some of it's been bad. But deep down, I know it's just a dream.

And soon... so very soon... it will be time to wake up.

It took me a long time to figure out how, but I think I know the answer now.

I wonder if I'll remember any of this dream when it's over.
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Hisashiburi.... [Nov. 21st, 2007|05:35 am]
Eneref
Hello, Journal. I'm sorry I haven't paid any attention to you in almost 2 months. Don't take it personally. I'm not seeing another journal. I promise. I just don't feel that we're as close as we used to be. I think we need some time apart, you and I -- to figure out where we're going on this whole journaling thing. I mean sure, we've had some good times, LJ. But do we have any sort of future together?

And don't read too much into this entry. It doesn't mean I've come back to write in you again. I'm just letting you know where we stand right now because I'm tired of you pestering me.

And what whole thing where you crashed my browser the other day out of spite? That is totally not helping me feel like you can be mature about this situation. And please stop emailing people on my friends list and asking them if they've seen me. No one likes a stalker. I just need some time away. Please understand.

I just need to find myself.

Rich. Yes... I just need to find myself rich. And powerful. And living on a remote hollowed-out volcano island with an army of colour-coded henchmen/ninjas all helping to carry out my nefarious plans.

Don't make this any harder than it is.
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And now the bad news.... [Sep. 4th, 2007|01:24 pm]
Eneref
While I was going to post earlier that my aunt had been diagnosed with stage 3 ovarian cancer, I didn't get around to it. It was incredibly sudden, as ovarian cancer is VERY fast-paced, and often by the time anyone notices anything (especially in women past menopause), it's well past the early stages.

She just retired, and was looking forward to some time off, but ended up being on chemotherapy instead.

Unfortunately, to make matters speedier, she died yesterday from a blood clot... really far sooner than any of us expected.

I just heard from my cousin (her daughter) about it this afternoon and we're trying to get in touch with my mother who's off somewhere in Europe and pretty close to unreachable (they were in Hungary, but left and went to Vienna, then decided that they didn't want to go back to Hungary, so they went on to somewhere remote in Italy -- not sure WHERE they are now).

Humans are incredibly fragile creatures. How we ever dominated this planet is still somewhat of a mystery. I'm guessing relative longevity coupled with massive breeding.
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10 years ago today.... [Aug. 31st, 2007|09:42 am]
Eneref
Today, 10 years ago, I was moving into my first apartment of my own.

Allen, Scott Ruff 'n' Co, and Heather #2 were all there to help.

Mid-way through the afternoon, we heard word that Diana had died, and it just ripped me apart.

Having grown up with the monarchy, it's always had a very important place in my heart. I knew the words to "God Save the Queen" long before I think I'd ever heard the Star Spangled Banner. Before I even knew what a president was, the Queen was, to me, a rich and powerful symbol. I can findly remember the joy and wonder at the year of festivities in 1977, the Queen's Silver Jubilee, and how my school and our village celebrated.

Not long after, for the marriage of the century, between Charles and Diana, I was glued to the television, watching in awe. While Charles looked handsome and dapper in his uniform, Diana was simply radiance incarnate. Beautiful. Perfect in every way. She was, very much, everything a princess was supposed to be, and in my head, she was very much my princess.

While, over the years, the marriage between the two crumbled and fell, Diana's power and grace as a symbol never faltered. Next to the Queen, Diana was easily the most recognised figure in Britain. And when she died, in such a senseless accident, it genuinely hurt.

And it still does.
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First the good news.... [Aug. 27th, 2007|01:33 pm]
Eneref
The results are in!

My father won a gold at the World Games in Hungary, and broke 3 world records! Yay dad!
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The Future.... [Aug. 21st, 2007|07:53 am]
Eneref
In the future, all our jobs will be done either by robots madein Asia or by cheap software from India.

This bodes well for the Asian/Indian economy. The rest of us are screwed.
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Too much Doom [Aug. 20th, 2007|09:27 am]
Eneref
The fluourescent lights above one of the stalls in the restrooms on this floor are dying -- dimmed and occasionally flickering brightly.

I find myself looking for the secret door or the inevitable opening to waiting imps.
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I don't log in much anymore [Aug. 17th, 2007|10:31 am]
Eneref
If anyone's been noticing I don't comment much anymore (does anyone notice that sort of thing), it's because I don't log in much anymore.

LJ just hasn't had any draw for me of late.
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ZOMG! We'z pregnunt! LOLOL!!!1! 4Real! [Aug. 17th, 2007|10:08 am]
Eneref
http://www.reuters.com/article/oddlyEnoughNews/idUSWEL7556320070809

WTF NOWAY!!!


That couple needs to have its breeding license revoked... not just be disallowed to use the name.
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(no subject) [Aug. 10th, 2007|10:02 am]
Eneref
Dinner and a movie tonight. Stardust doesn't seem to be getting the play in theatres that I expected. Was a fantastic book... but I'm somewhat wary of a screen adaptation.

Tomorrow, I begin teaching Wing Chun to Stephen. Should give me someone new to roll with eventually. While I can't arrogantly claim to be able to beat all my classmates, I HAVE rolled with all of them enough to have a beginning sensitivity to their motions. But as Sifu says, the more people you roll with, the better.
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