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I'm feeling quite in tune with the song 'Asleep' by The Smiths right now.

Oh, and I'm a totally awesome weather predictor. No one else can ever get it right.
Basically, I'm looking for these songs. If anyone has them and would be willing to send them my way, I'd be eternally grateful. Thanks!

1. 'Everything Else Disappears'- Sister Hazel
2. 'Trenches'- Aereogramme
3. 'Somebody Loved'- The Weepies
4. 'She is Love'- Oasis
5. 'Today'- Joshua Radin
6. 'Falling Slowly'- The Swell Season
7. 'Just A Boy'- Angus and Julia Stone
8. 'Flowers In The Window'- Travis
9. 'She Is-' The Fray
10. 'Two Of Us'- The Beatles
I got to work today at 9 AM (work being a crazy animal sanctuary owned by an equally crazy rich lady who likes to collect animals) and I was quite struck by how gorgeous it was. It was that bitter dry cold this morning, where everything was still. And it was so quiet...the dogs weren't even barking today. This all resulted in an overall okay feeling about the remainder of the day. And I do so like when days begin with optimism.

Also, I was at the gas station getting food on my way to work, and when I went to get int the queue, I noticed that I was standing directly behind a girl that I didn't particularly like from high school. She never even noticed that I was standing there. Not that it's a terribly bad thing, but still. It's not fun to know that I wasn't unduly paranoid about no one knowing who I was in high school. Then she bought a pack of cigarettes and it shocked me. I keep forgetting that my peers are adults now, that I too am an adult now. I don't know why it freaks me out to see people I used to see in freshman algebra buying cigarettes from gas stations now, but it does.

All in all, I'm exhausted from working in the cold, I wish I could write more but I'm rather out of ideas, and I'm very lonely. Oh, and there are two kittens asleep on my bed.

This is not what was meant to happen, but it's perfect all the same.

I'm getting ready to go upstairs and watch ER and then Bones. And I am in the process of making a cup of PG Tips. I love PG TIps.

That is all. Hope Everyone else is having an uncomplicated night.
You know, there are sometimes that I really really dislike people. Why on earth does everyone have to be so damned ignorant? Usually I can enjoy work just fine, even though most of the people I work with have absolutely nothing in common with me and we really can't relate in anyway. But yesterday was just too much.

I know I'm an odd duck, I know I'm extremely eccentric...I guess that sucks for people who can't handle uniqueness. I don't know, I just don't understand why a bunch of 40-something adults needs to act like teenagers. And I don't understand why people can't handle diversity. So now I'm going to spend the rest of the day listening to my super weird music and hanging out at home. Thank goodness for days off. At least I don't have to be back at work until Friday.

I'm watching Bend It Like Beckham with the director's commentary. Parminder Nagra is a goddess.

Also, I'm trying to figure how to end my chapter. I want to post it tonight.
That is all.
Oh my gosh! I'm working on my fanfic again!! I'm so excited. And proud of my self!
So skittering is a cool word.

Let me explain. We have a kitten that I raised as an orphan because his mother abandoned him under a trailer when he was week old. His name is Dexter (from the Showtime show about the kind hearted serial killer) but we all call him Peanut. So anyway, Peanut is like a typical baby, and always has something else to get into. His latest adventure involves ice. Whenever one of us opens the freezer, gets ice cubes, and forgets to drop one for Peanut he cries at the foot of the refrigerator until we drop a piece of ice for him.

He then proceeds to bat the ice crazily around the kitchen floor like a manic hockey player. He's even gotten the other cats to join in. So now we have an entire cat-based NHL league everytime someone gets ice from the freezer. So my dad is explaining this little scene to my grandmother on the phone, and he tells her that Peanut is "skittering across the floor" and I smiled and remembered how much I love having my cats around.

In other news, I'm planning a trip to India within the year. And I can't freaking wait.
I want to go to the park in town with the really cool playground and go for a run tonight. It would be cool if I could find someone to come with me. Also, I bought a really funny movie for my iPod and I'm enjoying watching it.