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*2009* Reading List [Sep. 8th, 2009|03:15 am]
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I read 35/50 books last year, so I'm attempting it again this year! :)
This year to make things even more fun, I'm also going to try to read a book corresponding with all of the 27 letters of the alphabet! :D

So, I'll be keeping track of them all! ^_^

Without further ado, here's to a good 2009 full of reading! :D

*updated* 11/15/2009

Reading my Little Heart Out! )
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hey everybody! :) [Feb. 27th, 2009|11:54 am]
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Hey everyone!


I've completed 4/50 books so far on my list -- I guess not bad for the new year :) I really wanna read more this year ^_^

I'm glad this weekend too, because unless Joan asks me, I won't be working Saturday, w0ot w0ot! :)
I've worked the past 3 Sat's, so it'll be nice having this one off, and I can do the Disney/Nick Skate again :D

And if some of you are gamers, you've gotta check out Fallout 3 -- it's an awesome game! :D
I've made 2 characters - one myself, who I be nice to most people in the game, and the other one: a total douchebag, who I gave blue hair too, and I do stuff for people, but I make her give 'em crap... LOL! It's funny sometimes to hear their responses to that stuff... :>

Anyway, how's everybody doing? I'll try to catch up on my friends page later :)

Have a great weekend, you all! :D
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WEE!!!!! [Feb. 2nd, 2009|11:39 pm]
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I CaNNOT wait!!! :D


Zachary Quinto = Hot!!!
and then with Karl Urban .... oh yeah!! :D

I AM SO going to see this!!
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Jobs, Faith/God, and Other Misc.. :) [Feb. 1st, 2009|10:46 pm]
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Hi everyone!

How was everyone's weekend? Good, I hope!
Mine went really great, my brother and I spent the weekend over at my sister's new house, and we had a great time. Stayed up super late, topping 5-6 am on night, LOL! Watching movies/tv shows til our hearts content =D, skating & shopping at Best Buy on Sat., and on the last day having a nice walk in her neighborhood, which the weather was really great for. :)

Well, I received the decline letter for a job at the EC Library I applied for, which was a full time position. It was kind of disappointing in one sense, as it was full time ... but at the same time I wasn't totally surprised, because I'd been having the feeling that I didn't get the job, and that's happened before with other applications/jobs, and it really hasn't been wrong before.

So... my mom thinks that I should keep trying when/if more jobs open up, which a lot haven't because of the economy and county overspending, they've put alot of jobs on hold. I'm just really grateful that I have a job :) -- But, I get tired of trying.. I know great things are worth fighting for...but I don't think God wants me in the library for the rest of my life, at least not as my only career. And I don't want it to be my career... So... sometimes I think, what if it's not part of God's plan for me to move up anymore in the library? What if I'm not to supposed to go full time with the library? I've tried and interviewed for different library positions 4-5 times, and they've never hired. That's why a part of me wonders if maybe, I'm supposed to be right @ NF Library, and not at another library.

It sometimes get's so complicated and a bit scary.... :/

I should've sent my writing out to Glimmer Train, but I missed their January deadline... so I have to get it in the next open submissions deadline. I feel it's important, it's scary and makes me nervous, but important. I really hope they will publish my short story ... it would mean more to me than the jobs. &hearts&

Went to Books-A-Million tonight, and picked up some great books! :)
I always keep my eyes open for suspense/thriller/horror books --- I LOVE those kinds!! :D
I bought:

"Isolation" by Travis Thrasher
"Search and Destroy" by Dean Hughes
"Allah's Fire - Task Force Valor #1" by Chuck Holton & Gayle Roper
"Dreamhouse Kings #1: House of Dark Shadows" by Robert Liparulo
"Code Talker" by Joseph Bruchac

I also recently bought a whole bunch of books from Goodwill, including "Peter Pan" & a beautiful illustrated copy of "Pride & Prejudice", you can find some really great books there! :)

Right now my parents are watching "Fire Proof" --- I'm hoping that they will see some of the similarities of the characters marriage in the film, in their own marriage... and it would be even COOLER if they took the Love Dare ... I really hope this film will speak to them :)

I love book shopping &hearts&

Love you all! =D
~ Kelly
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[Nov. 20th, 2008|06:12 pm]
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Well, I got to work today and all of the parking spaces were used up 'cause there was a test or something being given there.. So, I had to park in the park behind the library, and jog to the building :p
I was late, but I called and told my supervisor why, and he wasn't upset about it, so I'm glad that went well :)

As for the interview, well, one of the women who interviewed me told me that they had selected someone else for the job, but that she thought I did very good on the interview, and it was a tough choice. She encouraged me to apply for other positions... I've heard that before, and it doesn't do too much really :/

I'm kinda glad she told me though. It's almost better to know now, than to have to wait til the first week of Dec., which was when I was told I would hear something back.

So, that didn't work out... but I'll get over this, because God has something greater.
I prayed about this job, and like the first one, I prayed if God wanted to get this job, I would, if not, well....

I feel He wants me to be a writer, so I'm gonna throw all of my effort into writing and trying to get things published... I've got a few ideas I've been throwing around, so I'm gonna do my hardest to work on them :)

Thanks for the encouragement [info]makeitbacon on the job -- it really meant a lot to me! *huggles*

It's really nice and cold here in FL, and it's sooo nice! :D -- I've got the windows open and am loving the cold fresh air ^_^

Joy for Winter! :)
Love and Hugs,
~* Kelly ^_^
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2008 Reading List [Nov. 16th, 2008|02:44 am]
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Here it is!- My 2007 Reading List was pitiful... at only 21 books :'(
That makes me sad. This year, I must do more reading! :D

34 / 50 books. 68% done!

Currently Reading: CoN: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe - by C.S. Lewis | Eragon - by Christopher Paolini | Black - by Ted Dekker | Skin - by Ted Dekker | Brother's of The Outlaw Trail | Ghosts in The Gallery | Welcome to Kit's World, 1934: Growing Up During the Great Depression | American Girl - Kit #4: Happy Birthday, Kit! | Half Moon - by Eoin Colfer | East High Stories #2


{1} Ghost in The House - by Daniel Cohen /*/ started & finished in mar. 2008
* Very interesting book... especially the first story about Sarah Winchester. I feel a fic coming on! :D

{2} Goosebumps #22: Ghost Beach - by R.L. Stine /*/ started & finished in mar. 2008
* Little scary for kids, but pretty good... the ending is a twist, but I kinda wondered, but still... it's typical RL ;)

{3} How to Eat Fried Worms - by Thomas Rockwell /*/ started: mar. 2008 /*/ finished: mar/apr. 2008
* Are you hungry yet? :p LOL. This book isn't bad so far, Billy makes a bet with Alan to eat a worm once a day for 15 days, for $50 dollars. He acts all like he doesn't mind the worms, but he really just thinks "worm" sometimes when he's eating them and doesn't like it. I hope Billy wins the bet - esp. after eating all the wigglies! :)

{4} Jack Sparrow #9: Dance of The Hours - by Robb Kidd
^ Quite a good one :) - with a twist at the end... I can't wait for the next one :)

{5} Orphan Train Children #3: A Place to Belong - by Joan Lowery Nixon

{6} Dangerous Ghosts - by Daniel Cohen

{7} G.I. Joe and Lillie - by Joseph Bonsall

{8} Serenity #1: New Bad Girl in Town
* This is really good, and I'm so pleased to know their Christian graphic novels out there, it's a market that needs to be addressed :D

{9} Serenity #2: Stepping Out

{10} Serenity #3: Basket Case

{11} American Girl #1: Meet Kit - by Valerie Tripp

{12} American Girl #2: Kit Learns a Lesson - by Valerie Tripp

{13} Serenity #4: Rave and Rant

{14} Serenity #5: Snow Biz

{15} American Girl #3: Kit's Surprise - by Valerie Tripp

{16} Aly & AJ's Rock N' Roll Mysteries #1: First Stop, New York - by Tracey West and Katherine Noll

{17} Prince Caspian: Caspian's Army - by Sadie Chesterfield & Justin Sweet

{18} American Girl: Really Truly Ruthie - by Valerie Tripp

{19} High School Musical: Stories from East High #1 - Battle of The Bands - by N.B. Grace

{20} Serenity #6: You Shall Love

{21} Serenity #7: Space Cadet vs. Drama Queen - Realbuzz Studios

{22} Aly & AJ's Rock 'n' Roll Mysteries #2: Mayhem in Miami - by Tracey West

{23} Hannah Montana: Rock The Waves - by Suzanne Harper

{24} Scary Places: Abandoned Insane Asylums - by Dinah Williams

{25} Serenity #8: Sunday Best - Realbuzz Studios

{26} Serenity #9: Choosing Change - Realbuzz Studios

{27} Serenity #10: Girl Overboard - Realbuzz Studios

{28} Scary Places: Creepy Castles - by Sarah Parvis
* Some creepy Castles ranging from England to Ireland and Scotland. Short stories, but just enough to give you chills -- especially late at nite :D

{29} Scary Places: Haunted Houses - by Dinah Williams

{30} Scary Places: Haunted Hotels - by Sarah Palvis
* I read this early in the morning ... creepy... sent chills up my spine.

{31} Scary Places: Ghost Towns - by Sarah Palvis

{32} Scary Places: Spooky Cemetaries - by Dinah Williams

{33} Captain Raptor and The Space Pirates - by Patrick O'Brien & Kevin O'Malley

{34} Half Moon Investigations - by Eoin Colfer
* I highly rec'd this book! This was my first time reading one of his, and I was impressed with his unique and sometimes quirky writing style. He wrote Half Moon from 1st person, and the rest 3rd person, and did a great job with it! The book has a twist in the end as well :D - Can't wait to read more of his books! :D

{35} Holly Claus: The Christmas Princess - by Brittney Ryan, Laurel Long, and Jeffrey K. Bedrick
* This was a very fanciful and creative telling of Santa Claus' daughter, Holly. It involves a bit of romance, and some rescuing, and it's all good! :) ~ I can't wait to read the novel version, perhaps that will have even more romance and adventure :)

on to 2009 reading list!! :D
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Interview [Nov. 10th, 2008|11:53 pm]
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The interview is like the most nerve wracking 15 min. of your life! :$
I hope it went well... I think my last answer was good, about why I wanted the job :D

I really hope I get it... I think maybe Maryellen wants me to get it... so lots of praying I will be doing about this :)

Just wanted to get a quickie blog in before mdinight :)

G'night & love,
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the *****INTERVIEW!!!***** [Nov. 10th, 2008|01:13 am]
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Ack, I missed the blog for yesterday :(
Geesh, that's bad blog day #2, and I couldn't even get one LOL :P

Well, today, I basically slept in til 1:30 pm LOL and when I did get up, I went grocery shopping with my mom, that;s cool :)
I went skating again today with my sis for the Rhythm and Retro night :D - They didn't play as many good songs but the highlights were "Dancing Queen" and "Funkytown", and they played this 80s song that I'd never heard before, but I liked it :)

Soo... the interview is tomorrow! I am SOOOOO nervous :$
If you guys wouldn't mind praying about it, I'd really appreciate it! I really want this job! :D

This is a short blog, but that's mostly all I have to say for now. :)

love & huggles
~* Kelly
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Heidy Ho neighbors! ;) [Nov. 8th, 2008|07:26 pm]
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What's shakin' everyone?

I've made a resolution: I'm going to try to blog everyday :)
Long or short, sadly I've been neglecting my blog :(

The biggest thing going on right now, is a full-time position has opened up at the library! :D
I've applied for it, and I have an interview Monday, and I'm really nervous! I feel pretty confident, 'cause I know I can do the job, and I think I have a good shot at it (esp. if one of my co-workers doesn't try for it.)

Some of the biggest reasons right now that I want this job is the money. Not 'cause I'm greedy, but it will allow me to save easier and more for a car, to help pay off my brace payments (which are my biggest expense), and to make things a little easier. Also, I won't have to get 2 part-time jobs, which makes things much easier! :)

My brother is also going for a full-time library position, and I really hope he gets it! :) - He's excited about, and it would give him better benefits :)

I'm working on moving my hosting to HostGator, which so far, I'm really happy with! :D
I was using 1&1 hosting, but I wasn't able to run Coppermine & 4images to the full extent of the programs due to, I believe, memory limitations with their PHP, and with HostGator, so far I haven't had those problems, save for 1 picture :) - Also CPanel is much easier and allows for a lot more control than 1&1 :)
But if you ever get a web hosting site & domain, I don't recommend registering the domain with your hosting company, as it's kinda easy in the end to have them set up in separate places :)

I know I've been a bit absent in commenting some of your all's entries, but I have been reading them :)

I hope you all have a rockin' Sunday!! :D
*Huggles all around!* ^_^

And I got approved for 0% APR credit card so I can use for my braces if needed, yay! :D

I went to the Disney/Family skate today with my sis, Lauree, and we had a good time! They played so JoBros songs, and some good Disney/Nick stuff :D
I did a bit more tricks/dancing on my skates this time, and did better skating overall with them :)

~* Kelly
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Barack Obama & The Election [Oct. 29th, 2008|10:16 pm]
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Alright, this is a key issue, and I'm going to address this.

The Election
Oh yes, Nov. 4th is fast approaching, and some have already voted, some have not.
I know of some people who like Barack Obama, some who don't.
I know some are under the assumption that Barack Obama is a "Christian". Well, I'm here to say he's NOT!

The Bible talks about knowing them by their fruits. What fruits has Obama showed us?
As a Christian, Obama shows me that he is very liberal.

1) He promotes abortion -- whether it be full-on or partial. Abortion is abortion. No questions.

2) And he supports homosexual marriages (per Christian Coalition of America -- link down below)

I would to include the excerpt from this website run by Todd Albertson. And, I'm not making this up, here's the link:

Many of Obama’s beliefs show Christian immaturity. For example, he believes good people (like his grandmother) will be in Heaven regardless of whether they knew Christ or not. This is a nice thought but not good theology (except in some missiological situations which don’t apply here).

Additionally it doesn’t appear that Obama believes in the Trinity, which is one of the basic tenants of Christian thought. Although this is clearly wrong, a number of the early Church’s fathers didn’t either.

While he says he is a Christian (and I believe we need to accept that), Obama’s fruit can be categorized as the promotion of the “social gospel.” Consequently at best, he is a “baby” Christian and does not embrace a Christian worldview.

Last but not least, I can’t support Obama because of his strong belief and evangelization of partial birth abortion. When one can advocate it as strongly as he does, it raises some serious questions as to his views on other moral issues.


There's a few points that I disagree with on that website. Obama is using Christianity because he thinks it will get him into the White House.

Obama is not a Christian -- I strongly believe this.

And besides that, the "Reverand" Jeremiah Wright he hangs around with, is a fake. He's a racist, and promotes and says what God wouldn't want us to do.

Bottom Line: Are you a Christian? Are you voting for Obama? Reconsider your vote.
Obama is DECEIVING people!
Please... Please... please! Do your research before voting. I believe Obama is the wrong choice for America. I don't believe he has any loyalty to this country, nor to it's people. I don't believe he will make good or right choices for this Country, and I don't believe he's a Christian.

His name is Barack Hussein Obama -- if he were not a Muslim, wouldn't he want to change his name?

Here's an article, I'd like to include about Obama's mother, Stanley Ann Dunham:

Stanley Ann Dunham,

Mercer Island High School

Stanley Ann Dunham Obama Soetoro (November 29, 1942 - November 7, 1995), known as Ann Dunham and Stanley Ann Dunham, was an American anthropologist, left-wing social activist, and the mother of Senator Barack Obama. She was born in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to Stanley and Madelyn Dunham. Her father (who gave his only child his name) was a furniture salesman in downtown Seattle, Washington, and her mother worked for a bank. After a year living in Seattle, her family moved to Mercer Island, Washington, in 1956 so that 13-year old Ann could attend the Mercer Island High School that had just opened. At the school she was on the debate team and graduated in 1960.

Her family moved to Hawaii and Ann attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where she studied anthropology. When Ann Dun ham arrived in Hawaii, she was a full fledged radical leftist and practitioner of "critical theory" She also began to engage in miscegenation (interracial rela ionships) as part of her attack on society. Susan Blake, one of her friends has stated she never dated "the crew-cut white boys," She had a world view, even as a young girl. It was embracing the different, rather than that ethnocentric thing of shunning the different. That was where her mind took her. In Hawaii she met Barack Obama, Sr. from Kenya in her Russian language class. Barack Obama, Jr. was born August 4, 1961.

Barack Obama, Sr. left Ann and their son in 1963 to attend Harvard in Boston. Press reports claim Ann Dunham and Barack Obama Sr. were divorced around this time; however, no evidence has yet been presented to show they were ever married. The senior Obama obtained a masters degree in economics at Harvard and returned to Kenya in 1965 where he obtained a position in the Kenyan government. He was killed in an automobile accident in 1982.

Two years later, when her son was five, Dunham married Lolo Soetoro, an Indonesian oil manager and practicing Muslim whom she meet at the university. In 1967 they moved to Jakarta, Indonesia. While in Indonesia Ann got a job at the American embassy teaching English.

Barack's half-sister, Maya Soetoro was born in Indonesia. Ann, Obama and his sister Maya moved back to Hawaii. Ann Dunham soon returned toIndonesia with Maya but divorced Soetoro in the late 1970s.

Dunham traveled around the world, pursuing a career in rural development that took her to Ghana, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Nepal and Bangladesh. In 1986 Ann Dunham worked on a developmental project in Pakistan. Later that year Ann and her daughter traveled the Silk Road in China. In 1992 she earned a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Hawaii. Her dissertation, "Peasant blacksmithing in Indonesia: Surviving and Thriving Against All Odds," was 1067 pages long. She worked for the Ford Foundation and promoted Microlending.

During Obama's campaign for the 2008 presidential election he portrayed his mother as a conservative girl from Kansas; however in reality she was a radical leftist and cultural Marxist. She lived in the Seattle area; spending her teenage years in Seattle's coffee shops with other young radical leftist. Obama claims his mother's family were conservative Methodists or Baptists from Kansas. However his mother's parents were members of a left-wing Unitarian church near Seattle. The church located in Bellevue, Washington was knicknamed "the little red church," because of it's communist leanings.

The school Ann attended, Mercer Island High School, was a hotbed of pro-Marxist radical teachers. John Stenhouse, board member, told the House Un-American Activities Subcommittee that he had been a member of the Communist Party USA and this school has a number of Marxists on it's staff. Two teachers at this school, Val Foubert and Jim Wichterman, both Frankfurt School style Marxists, taught a critical theory curriculum to students which included rejection of societal norms, attacks on Christianity, the traditional family, and assigned readings by Karl Marx. The hallway between Foubert's and Wichterman classrooms was sometimes called "anarchy ally."

Dunham has been described by her friends as "a fellow traveler..." meaning a communist sympathizer.

In an interview, Barack Obama referred to his mother as "the dominant figure in my formative years... The values she taught me continue to be my touchstone when it comes to how I go about the world of politics."

Before she died Ann Dunham wanted to adopt a mixed-race Korean baby fathered by a Black American stationed in South Korea. Ann Dunham died in Hawaii in 1995 of ovarian cancer and uterine cancer.

If Obama gets his "values" from his mother ... imagine his values.

Now I know, McCain is not perfect, and I disagree with his stance on abortion. But I wasn't even going to vote until Sarah Palin came into the picture. They haven't been able to bring up any dirt on her, except for the State Trooper incident, which is small stuff compared to some dirt. Sarah Palin is answer to all pro-life people's prayers! I feel she is legit, and I can see her in the White House, and we need someone championing for the rights of the unborn! And I think she is perfect for the job! She had a mentally challenged son, knowing beforehand of his condition - and still had him anyway. Isn't it terrible that 90% of mentally challenged children are aborted?
I cried when I found that out. I could never abort my child, despite the conditions of how it was conceived. (Yes, even rape.)

I'm done I think for now, I just had to blog about this. I've heard of some "Christians" who are voting for Obama -- please reconsider.

Check out the Christian Coalition of America:

Focus on The Family - Focus Voter:

Please pray about this election. It's a very important decision and a right we have as American citizens.

Kelly ^_^
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I haven't blogged in what feels like AGES! :p [Sep. 9th, 2008|12:01 pm]
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Howdy Hoe!

How are all my friends doing? I haven't been blogging in a while now, but I have been reading my friends entries, I haven't commented on all of them, but I have been keeping up with them :)

I feel almost like I have things to talk about, and yet nothing to talk about, LOL! :p

Right now I have a cold, but I'm feeling better today than I was yesterday, and thank God my sore throat is gone! :D -- That's kinda one of the worst parts of a cold, that and the cough, and thankfully the cough hasn't quite developed yet :)

Now let's go on to more interesting things, lOL! :)

I normally am not big on Halloween at all, but I'm actually looking forward to it this year! Simply for: dressing up! We get to wear costumes at the Library, and for this year, I'm gonna dress up as Snow White! I'm actually very excited about this :) I'm going to get a wig and everything, and I've never worn a wig, so I'm looking forward to doing something very different and cool :D ~ I'm hoping too, that some kids might realize I'm dressed up as a Disney Princess, and like that. I love kids, and I look forward to (hopefully) getting a good reaction from them, kids are adorable and they are sooo cute <3

Here's the costume, I want to get, and I'm going to Target today, to get it, since it says they have it there :) ~

And I'm going to get one of these wigs to go with it: Wig 1 | Wig 2

I'm not sure which wig to get, so if you want, I'd appreciate it if you let me know which one you like best :)

Also, I'm excited about this too, because Relient K & Toby Mac are coming to my area!! :D ~ Nov. 16 as part of the Winter Wonderslam tour, and I can't wait about that, because RK is finally coming to where I live! And TobyMac will be awesome to see live <3

And in Dec. my parents are going up North to visit my mom's parents for about 1 or 2 weeks, and I can't wait, 'cause it will be nice to have a small vacay and to have the house to ourselves :D - It will just be my sibs and I, and we are gonna par-tay like no end!! Haha, just kidding, I'm not a party person at all, unless it's a fun one with no alkie :)

I'm also working on some cross stitching projects, one of which, is for my Grandparents up North, so I'm hoping to have that done in time... but we'll see... I've barely even scratched the surface :p ~ It's a counted cross stitch which I now realize is harder than the stamped ones, lol! I've also got one, that I think my sister will like, so I want to try to finish that one for her too :D

Here's to a fun week and endless crazy fun and jokes! :D (and mayhaps pricked fingers from needles? lol!)

Til my next blog adventures ;)
~ kel
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2008 Movie List [Sep. 5th, 2008|11:39 pm]
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2008 Movie List

I think the point is to watch 100 movies between January 1st and December 31st.
Keep the list public and rate the movies. -- snagged from Jimmy @

updated 9/05/2008

* Crap
** Not so great
*** Decent, but rental only
**** Pretty good
***** I've already ordered the DVD

1. Garfield 2: A Tale of Two Kitties ***
2. I Am Legend *****
3. Atonement ****
4. High School Musical *****
5. High School Musical 2 *****
6. Juno **** (the message with this movie was very good :)
7. Hot Shots ***
8. The Shining ***** (Wow wee! Was this one GOOD! I don't know why it didn't well when it came out. The acting is superb and the film is freaky and very edgy. It rocks in my horror film book! :D)

9. Life is Ruff ***
10. Nanny Diaries ****
11. Belle and The Beast ****
12. Minute Men *****
13. Back to The Future III *****
14. Employee of The Month ****
15. The Ex ** 1/2
16. Jumper *****
17. Fool's Gold ***
18. Hello Down There! ****
19. The Amityville Horror (remake) **** - this film rocked! it was def. not boring, and the acting was terrific!
20. Dukes of Hazzard ****
21. Pretty in Pink ****
22. The Dead Girl ***
23. Bulletproof Monk *** (I fell asleep *blush*)
24. Unhitched *****
25. Santa Clause 3: Escape Clause ****
26. Sweeney Todd: Demon Barber of Fleet Street ****
27. Live Free or Die Hard *****
28. Jungle Book ****
29. Vacancy ***** (this movie rocked! :D)
30. Sense and Sensibility **** (P&P is better, but I love Jane Austen :)
31. Waitress **1/2
32. The Matrix ***** (cool action & sci-fi film, with a good message :)
33. Around the World in 80 Days **** (very sweet! :D)
34. The Bunker ****
35. Seraphim Falls **** ( a good message, and quite different from other Westerns -- in a good way :)
36. The Fog *** 1/2
37. Invisible ****
38. The Seeker **** (Lemme just say, Beek Nose 'Christopher Eccleston', did a GREAT job in this! :D)
39. The Last Legion ***** (AWESOME!!!! :D)
40. Alice in Wonderland ** 1/2 to ***
41. Dolores Claiborne **** (Quite different for Stephen King ... a suspense film, with a bit of different twists. I rec'd :) )
42. That Was Then, This is Now *** (I like the Outsiders better :)
43. Superhero Movie ***
44. Cloverfield ****
45. Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian ***** (I HIGHLY rec'd this movie! It's awesome! Everything about is amazing!!! :D)
46. Indiana Jones and The Crystal Skull ****
47. Iron Man ***** :D
48. Speed Racer ****
49. Naked Brothers Band Movie ***
50. Enchanted ***** (Giselle is so sweet and I can relate :)
51. The Incredible Hulk ****
52. Driftwood *** (Nice acting from Ricky here :)
53. 27 Dresses ***** (Finally James Marsden gets the girl! :D)
54. Rescue Dawn ***** (This is a movie everyone needs to see -- it shows some of the experiences Vietnam Veterans had as POWS.)
55. Camp Rock *****
56. Pixel Perfect ***1/2 or ****
57. Picture This! ** (Could've been WAY better!)
58. Kitt Kittredge ***** (I highly rec'd this, it's a wonderful meaningful & family film! :D)
59. Journey to The Center of The Earth (3D) ***** (I highly rec'd this! It's a great family film, and it's even better in 3D! Go See it! :)
60. The Mummy: Tomb of The Dragon Emperor ***** -- It's awesome go see it! :D
61. Heart and Souls *****
62. The Shaggy Dog (2006) ****
63. Lifeboat ****
64. strangers on a train ****
65. Chaplin ***
66. In Dreams ** 1/2
67. Only You ***
68. Air America **** (some good humor in this :D)
69. Bride & Prejudice ****
70. The Dark Knight ***** (This is a WONDERFUL film! Heath Ledger did an excellent job as the Joker! :D)
71. Spiderwick Chronicles ****
72. Stardust ****
73. Shutter ***** (great horror flick! :D)
74. Drillbit Taylor ***
75. Tuff Turf ***
76. Cinderella II **1/2
77. Cinderella III ***
78. Silent Hill **1/2 (could've been WAY better -- so far the game is much better :)
79. Cheetah Girls **1/2
80. Cheetah Girls 2 ***

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1,001 Movies to See Before You Die [Aug. 9th, 2008|10:34 pm]
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This List is the 4th Edition from 2006 found here:
Taken from salivia-baker @ LJ :D

95 / 1001 movies. 9% done! Movie's I've seen are colored :)

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SPN Season 4 Spoilers [Jul. 28th, 2008|11:44 pm]
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I can't wait!! Season 4 sounds like it will be a little darker, but awesome!! :D

Check out the spoilers here:

~* Kelly
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Friends Survey [Jul. 20th, 2008|08:40 pm]

Please comment with your answers :)
xo kelly


1) Are you currently in a serious relationship?

2) What was your dream growing up?

3) What talent do you wish you had?

4) If I bought you a drink what would it be?

5) Favorite vegetable?

6) What was the last book you read?

7) What zodiac sign are you?

8) Any Tattoos and/or Piercings? Explain where.

9) Worst Habit?

10) If you saw me walking down the street would you offer me a ride?

11) What is your favorite sport?

12) Do you have a Negative or Optimistic attitude?

13) What would you do if you were stuck in an elevator with me?

14) Worst thing to ever happen to you?

15) Tell me one weird fact about you.

16) Do you have any pets?

17) What if I showed up at your house unexpectedly?

18) What was your first impression of me?

19) Do you think clowns are cute or scary?

20) If you could change one thing about how you look, what would it be?

21) Would you be my crime partner or my conscience?

22) What color eyes do you have?

23) Ever been arrested?

24) Bottle or can soda?

25) If you won $10,000 today, what would you do with it?

27) What's your favorite place to hang at?

28) Do you believe in ghosts?

29) Favorite thing to do in your spare time?

30) Do you swear a lot?

31) Biggest pet peeve?

32) In one word, how would you describe yourself?

33) Do you believe/appreciate romance?

35) Do you believe in God?

36) Will you repost this so I can fill it out and do the same for you?
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Book Meme [Jun. 28th, 2008|09:46 pm]
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[Current Music |suze orman on tv]

According to The Big Read, the average adult has only read 6 of the top 100 books on their list.

1) Look at the list and bold those you have read.
2) Italicise those you intend to read.
3) Underline the books you LOVE.
4) Reprint this list in your own LJ so we can try and track down these people who've read 6 and force books upon them ;-)

I've read 6, with some on my 'to read' list :)

1. Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen (I love this book!!)
2. The Lord of the Rings - JRR Tolkien
3. Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
4. Harry Potter series - JK Rowling
5. To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
6. The Bible
7. Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte
8. Nineteen Eighty Four - George Orwell
9. His Dark Materials - Philip Pullman
10. Great Expectations - Charles Dickens
11. Little Women - Louisa M Alcott (I read one of those child abridged a long time ago)
12. Tess of the D'Urbervilles - Thomas Hardy
13. Catch 22 - Joseph Heller
14. Complete Works of Shakespeare (I want to read some of His... esp. "Hamlet" and "Much Ado About Nothing")
15. Rebecca - Daphne Du Maurier
16. The Hobbit - JRR Tolkien
17. Birdsong - Sebastian Faulks
18. Catcher in the Rye - JD Salinger
19. The Time Traveller's Wife - Audrey Niffenegger
20. Middlemarch - George Eliot
21. Gone With The Wind - Margaret Mitchell
22. The Great Gatsby - F Scott Fitzgerald
23. Bleak House - Charles Dickens
24. War and Peace - Leo Tolstoy
25. The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams
26. Brideshead Revisited - Evelyn Waugh
27. Crime and Punishment - Fyodor Dostoyevsky
28. Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck
29. Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll
30. The Wind in the Willows - Kenneth Grahame
31. Anna Karenina - Leo Tolstoy
32. David Copperfield - Charles Dickens
33. Chronicles of Narnia - CS Lewis
34. Emma - Jane Austen
35. Persuasion - Jane Austen

36. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - CS Lewis (currently reading)
37. The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini
38. Captain Corelli's Mandolin - Louis De Bernieres
39. Memoirs of a Geisha - Arthur Golden
40. Winnie the Pooh - AA Milne
41. Animal Farm - George Orwell
42. The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown
43. One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
44. A Prayer for Owen Meaney - John Irving
45. The Woman in White - Wilkie Collins
46. Anne of Green Gables - LM Montgomery (this is such a wonderfully written & beautiful book! :)
47. Far From The Madding Crowd - Thomas Hardy
48. The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood
49. Lord of the Flies - William Golding
50. Atonement - Ian McEwan
51. Life of Pi - Yann Martel
52. Dune - Frank Herbert
53. Cold Comfort Farm - Stella Gibbons
54. Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen
55. A Suitable Boy - Vikram Seth
56. The Shadow of the Wind - Carlos Ruiz Zafon
57. A Tale Of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
58. Brave New World - Aldous Huxley
59. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time - Mark Haddon
60. Love In The Time Of Cholera - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
61. Of Mice and Men - John Steinbeck
62. Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
63. The Secret History - Donna Tartt
64. The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold
65. Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas
66. On The Road - Jack Kerouac
67. Jude the Obscure - Thomas Hardy
68. Bridget Jones' Diary - Helen Fielding
69. Midnight's Children - Salman Rushdie
70. Moby Dick - Herman Melville
71. Oliver Twist - Charles Dickens
72. Dracula - Bram Stoker
73. The Secret Garden - Frances Hodgson Burnett
74. Notes From A Small Island - Bill Bryson
75. Ulysses - James Joyce
76. The Bell Jar - Sylvia Plath
77. Swallows and Amazons - Arthur Ransome
78. Germinal - Emile Zola
79. Vanity Fair - William Makepeace Thackeray
80. Possession - AS Byatt
81. A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens
82. Cloud Atlas - David Mitchell
83. The Color Purple - Alice Walker
84. The Remains of the Day - Kazuo Ishiguro
85. Madame Bovary - Gustave Flaubert
86. A Fine Balance - Rohinton Mistry
87. Charlotte's Web - EB White
88. The Five People You Meet In Heaven - Mitch Albom
89. Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
90. The Faraway Tree Collection - Enid Blyton
91. Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad
92. The Little Prince - Antoine De Saint-Exupery
93. The Wasp Factory - Iain Banks
94. Watership Down - Richard Adams
95. A Confederacy of Dunces - John Kennedy Toole
96. A Town Like Alice - Nevil Shute
97. The Three Musketeers - Alexandre Dumas
98. Hamlet - William Shakespeare
99. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Ronald Dahl
100. Les Miserables - Victor Hugo
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Sci Fi TV Meme [Jun. 23rd, 2008|07:47 pm]
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[Current Mood | surprised]
[Current Music |doctor who on tv]

BOLD if you have seen ALL EPISODES
ITALICS if you have seen AT LEAST ONE

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Film Disaster Island * Chapter 1 [Jun. 23rd, 2008|01:02 am]
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[Current Mood | hungry]
[Current Music |Stranger Than You Dreamt - Phantom of The Opera OST]

Title: "Film Disaster Island"
Rating: PG-13
Category: Action/Adventure, Mystery/Suspense, Romance
Summary:Four actors (AJ Michalka, Drake Bell, Vanessa Hudgens & Zac Efron) are brought together to make an Adventure film, "Film Disaster Island", it becomes a disaster in more than one way. Stranded on an island in Jamaica, the four actors have to bond together. Attempting to get rescued, and trying to track down the mystery of the island, can the four actors survive the danger ... and each other?

WARNING! : This story is rated PG-13 due to some sexual content. It's nothing graphic, but with the way I make the one character, I just wanted to give everyone a heads up. I'm not condoning his behavior, but I'm using it for the storyline within.

Film Disaster Island - Chapter 1 )
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A few quizzes :) [Jun. 17th, 2008|07:37 pm]
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Your Attention Span is Medium

Your attention span is just about average.

You may think that you have a short attention span...

But being distracted is something most people struggle with.

The most important thing is that you're aware that your mind wanders.

If you find yourself daydreaming, you can usually snap out of it.

It may be tough to concentrate at times, but you can do it... if you want to!

How Long Could You Survive Trapped In Your Own Home?
OnePlusYou Quizzes and Widgets

This is for IJ:
Do you talk too much in your blog?
Created by OnePlusYou

This one for LJ:
Do you talk too much in your blog?
OnePlusYou Quizzes and Widgets
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Memorial Day [May. 25th, 2008|05:53 pm]
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Memorial Day Comments

To all the Veterans who have served -- thank you so much for your service & for fighting for our freedoms :)

To the ones & the families who have lost loved ones -- my thoughts are with you, and I'm sorry for your loss.

Please pray for our Troops and their families :)

God Bless!
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