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:: 2008 19 March :: 8.43 pm
:: Music: Regina Spektor - The Noise

I need a job and... and a raincoat.
A raaaaaaaaiiiiinn-cooooaaaaaat.

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:: 2007 7 October :: 10.28 pm
:: Mood: giddy

"Fall 2008
Congratulations! You have been admitted to the University of South Florida!"


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:: 2007 9 August :: 4.29 pm
:: Mood: drained
:: Music: Regina Spektor - Dust to Dust

So I've been in Florida for only a few hours. --before a schedule of chaos begins. It was literally 100 degrees out when we stepped off the plane (which I must say riding in a plane for the first time was "OMFG" for lack of any other better words or phrases) and we're eating and then suddenly the sky just exploaded and it's now storming. No, I take that back. Now it's done. But trust me, by the time I click to submit this journal it will be again. Seriously, I know we always say Michigan has crazy unpredictable weather, but the rain here is always so random.

Honestly, I'm scared.

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:: 2007 1 August :: 3.48 pm
:: Mood: sleepy
:: Music: Regina Spektor - Dusseldorf

I got my senior pictures back!

The album.

To avoid seeing a million bad ones, click favorites and type in my email address.

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:: 2007 1 July :: 12.09 am
:: Mood: drained
:: Music: Regina Spektor - Folding Chair

"We work to eat to get the strength to work to eat to get the strength to work to eat to get the strength to work to eat to get the strength to work."

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:: 2007 13 June :: 12.10 pm
:: Mood: calm
:: Music: Dntel - Dumb Luck

Where should I get my senior pictures taken?

What I really meant was where, location wise, should I get them done? I'm pretty sure I know which photographer I'm going with. I can't think of anywhere besides Rockford.

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:: 2007 6 June :: 11.16 pm
:: Mood: anxious
:: Music: Jewel - Near You Always

I want
I want
I want
I want

to do what I want.

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:: 2007 28 April :: 9.53 am
:: Mood: aggressive
:: Music: Fiona Apple - Limp

Student Senate - Executive Board
It is tradition that every spring, Student Senate elects new officers for each class. The incoming Vice President of the Executive Board is then chosen to serve during their junior year and trained for Presidency throughout that year to take over as President as a senior. Generally, there are no elections held for positions on Executive Board because they are chosen a year ahead of time to learn the responsibilities of leading Student Senate.
This year tradition was broken and elections will be held to decide the Executive Board officers, leaving those who were trained to fight for the positions they were promised.
We hope that you will decide to vote for this group based on our experience and dedication. Shannon Wilde has been involved in student senate all four years of high school. Moving from Representative, to sophomore President, to E-Board Vice President, Wilde comes prepared for the job as E-Board President.
Andrea Groner also proves to be very experienced. Vice Pres. Groner teamed with the sophomore senate to begin planning Prom 2007. Gronerís creative ideas were highlighted at the 2006 Swirl. She currently serves as the junior class President and is striving to make this yearís Prom a success!
Emma Churchard served as class Secretary beginning her sophomore year. She continues this position as a junior. Churchard has worked alongside Groner to plan Prom. She has also been involved in several senate committees both sophomore and junior years.
Sophomore Lauren Coffman has been chosen by this group as Vice President to succeed Wilde the following year to become E-Board President, if tradition allows. Coffman has a knack for organization and has been involved in student senate as sophomore class President. Coffman has proven to be an asset to Student Senate with her dedication and creative ideas.
Allow us to use our experience and training to become the officers of next yearís Executive Board.

Can I count on your vote?

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