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*deep breath*


Seriously, this was the first Super Bowl I've been interested in for a reason other than the commercials or the halftime show. And my team WON. WHEE!

A queez!

You are breakfasty, like a pile of pancakes on a Sunday morning that have just the right amount of syrup, so every bite is sweet perfection and not a soppy mess. You are a glass of orange juice that's cool, refreshing, and not overly pulpy. You are the time of day that's just right for turning the pages of a newspaper, flipping through channels, or clicking around online to get a sense of how the world changed during the night. You don't want to stumble sleepily through life, so you make a real effort to wake your brain up and get it thinking. You feel inspired to accomplish things (whether it's checking something off your to-do list or changing the world), but there's plenty of time for making things happen later in the day. First, pancakes.

50 BOOKS 2008
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Tom Stoppard
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50 BOOKS 2008
Major Barbara by George Bernard Shaw
4)) The Trip to Bountiful by Horton Foote
5)) Changeling: the Lost from White Wolf Games
6)) Fallen Angels by Noel Coward

Some B-Fest Peectures )

I wasn't able to stay awake the whole 24 hours, but I caught at least some of every film shown. The sleep deprivation made my cold go OH NOES, but 12 hours of sleep later I felt much better. I also stayed in today with John in order to further facilitate recovery- we're watching the Packers/Giants game now.

I have a bit of a headache... There's more news, but I'm too tired to write out more of a post.

ETA: I am being such a girl right now. LOOKIT THE PRETTY RINGS
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50 BOOKS 2008
I Am America and So Can You by Stephen Colbert
2)) The Year of Living Biblically by A.J. Jacobs

Rambling related to #2 )


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A Better Word for Weird

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