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Jul. 31st, 2006


Running for life.

So, I've finally got this thing almost the way I want it.

Anyway, let's start with Day 1:
I woke up at 11:45 and ran three laps from my house to the bottom of the hill. I usually do five, but it was way too hot, so I had to come inside after that.
My mom was having a party, so I couldn't use the Ab Lounge which was in the living room. Instead, I did 30 push ups and 3 15-second squats. (I'm not big on squats, but I needed to make up for the other two laps I should have run.
I was not fully committed to giving up unhealthy food yet. I had a bowl of Lucky Charms for breakfast and a brownie that someone had brought to the party. I had chicken and green beans for dinner. I didn't eat anything else really unhealthy for the rest of the day until I had dessert with Alan at Carrabba's.

And then was Day 2:
We woke up around 10:50 and jogged around the lake behind Alan's house. We were going to run two laps, but I only finished one. Then we sprinted from one end of the sidewalk to the other and walked back to his house. He went to the gym and I stayed at his house for a bit. I did 200 crunches, 30 push ups, and three 30-second wall sits.
I'm still working on the diet. I had a hot dog and chips and salsa for dinner. But then I had watermelon for dessert, and I only drank water. I had maybe half a can of Diet Dr. Pepper, which was disgusting. I did have some carrots and some grapes to make up for it, though.

Day 3:
I woke up a little after noon, and decided it was too late and too hot to go running. Instead I had a bowl of Lucky Charms (I need to get some fruit in this house or something) for breakfast. Then I did 30 push ups, three 30-second squats, and 200 crunches.
I made myself a chicken salad sandwich on wheat (no mayo) for lunch. I drank water all day. I had some grapes before dinner which was spaghetti and meatballs (gotta love Italian grandmas). After dinner I had a small slice of cake to celebrate my parents' anniversary, followed by a banana.

I don't think I've been doing too badly. I'll see you guys later for a follow-up! :)

Mar. 21st, 2005


Take Your Taste Back

Ben Folds- Song For the Dumped
Kelly Clarkson- Since You've Been Gone
Splendor- Yeah, Whatever
Fiona Apple- Criminal
Frou Frou- Let Go
Matt Nathanson- Answering Machine
Jack Johnson- Sitting, Waiting, Wishing
Jason Mraz- No Doubling Back
Daphne Loves Derby- Tennis Court Soundtrack
Fall Out Boy- My Heart is the Worst Kind of Weapon
Time and Distance- Hopeless
Matt Nathanson- Lost Myself in Search of You
Jack Johnson- No Other Way
Jason Mraz- Better
The Spill Canvas- All Hail the Heartbreaker
Fall Out Boy- Tell That Mick He Just Made My List of Things to Do Today
Midtown- So Long as We Keep Our Bodies Numb We're Safe

Jan. 8th, 2005


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I feel like I've sort of abandoned this journal. I mean, I barely have time for in_the_starlite. And I've started posting pictures over there. I'm thinking very seriously about just deleting it, since it's such a hassle to log in and out every time I want to post a mix list or pictures of old clothes that no one wants to buy. I've been doing less and less real photography lately anyway. Or maybe I'll just keep it and join a million communities and make this my 'communities' journal. I don't know. It seemed like a good idea at the time. Blog at in_the_starlite, and post articles, songs, mix tapes, and photos here. I guess I'll just wait and see what happens. Maybe this is a good opportunity to go out and try my hand at skilled photography again. Who knows.

Jan. 1st, 2005


Make Me an Offer.

I don't know if anyone would be interested in this stuff, but I figured it was worth a shot. I have more that I'd like to out up here depending on how much interest is shown... Anyway, make me an offer.

My Sawgrass Gators jacket from little league football. Size Small.

Detail on the stitching.Collapse )

A long-sleeved, collared shirt made by Tilt. Size XS.

Flowered buttoned down, collared shirt from 5-7-9. Size Small.

Details on the pattern and stitching.Collapse )

Blue and white striped, button down shirt from American Eagle. Size XS.

Details on the pattern.Collapse )

Dec. 25th, 2004


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I guess I'm just that bored... I decided to revamp the layout on this journal as well. Feel free to check it out.

And, I will leave you with a song for the holiday:
How Do You Giftwrap A Young Boy's First Broken Heart?- The Pettit Project

Dec. 21st, 2004


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New Coats and New Hats
Third Eye Blind- Motorcycle Drive By
Matchbox Twenty- 3 AM
Jewel f/ Jason Mraz- Who Will Save Your Soul?
Better Than Ezra- At the Stars
Ben Folds Five- Song For the Dumped
John Mayer- Comfortable
Fiona Apple- Criminal
The Cars- Just What I Needed
Brand New- Okay, I Believe You But My Tommy Gun Don't
Eagle-Eye Cherry- Save Tonight
Coheed and Cambria- Devil in Jersey City
The Spill Canvas- The Tide
Jewel- Don't
Tyler Hilton- When It Comes
Matthew Good Band- Carmelina
Midnight Aria- Against Us
Time and Distance- Hopeless

Dec. 12th, 2004


Midnight Aria is badass.

As Matt put it on the PureVolume site... "in order to take most of these rad pics, we had to trespass, lets just say the cops didnt like it to much"

(The obligatory "lol" pic.)

(Matt throwing a garbage can at Adam's stupid ass.)

(My fave, and their new 8x10 promo shot.)

Nov. 11th, 2004


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Song of the day:

Hopeless Love- Daphne Loves Derby</b>

Nov. 10th, 2004


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My favorite retards.Collapse )


Peeking his head out so he can listen to Fall Out Boy.Collapse )

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Song of the day:
Car Underwater- Armor For Sleep

Website of the day:

^^ That's a link to the photo gallery. It's awesome. =]

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