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Hello [18 Aug 2006|08:51pm]
I know its been a while.. I'm in England right now, and have been since mid-March. I don't really feel like going into all the details but its been a good experience, all in all. In less than a month I'm flying off to the States, where following my cousin's wedding I will begin work, the plan being to continue through the Christmas period, after which I'm not sure what I'll do. Maybe travel the U.S. via places of work, maybe go home for awhile or maybe go on my trip to the East. I'm not yet decided. I guess you could say I'm.. finding myself. I, myself, used to slightly mock the idea but I realize now how misguided I was. Each person must do it in their own way - but it is perhaps the most important thing you will do in your life. My journey, I think, will just take a little longer..

I had wanted to say goodbye, because honestly I don't feel I have much in common with you guys anymore (or even for the past 2 years), nor you with me, but couldn't bring myself to do so. You were once a very important part of my life. I hope I have the honour of having been so to some of you at least, and for a while, as well. My hotmail account is long dead and I have an alternative gmail account. If there are those who wish to keep in contact, let me know. No hard feelings either way.
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No Longer a Soldier [07 Feb 2006|12:58am]
[ mood | weird ]

So that's that, I got discharged last Tuesday. I've been a civilian for nearly a week. Its been pretty fine easing into civlian life so far but maybe it just hasn't really hit yet, or maybe I'm keeping too busy to think about it. I sobbed practically non stop Monday night and Tuesday morning, took gorgeous photos of myself in uniform for the last time with my family (I even looked good and not fat - you know how hard that is for a girl in uniform??), the room that was my home for the past year and 8 months, friends etc. - and then lost the digital camera that evening in a cab. I can't begin to describe how heartbroken I was that night and how much I don't want to think about it now cause I might cry again.

All in all, I'm pretty okay. It was time, I've finished that part of my life and am happy to move on, though I would be happier if I knew better where I was going. There's all sorts of general plans - work, travel, volunteering abroad, eventually university.. but nothing is well defined yet and I don't really know what I want to do with my life. I expected it, but its still a bit agitating to think about - you reach this incredible stage, where you are the old and experienced one, everyone respects you, looks up to you, you're a source of knowledge and admiration to a certain extent, feel really confident - and the next day you realize how much all those skills you acquired in your military service, all those months and months of training, then service, are worth exactly zilch the day you get out. Or, as the saying in Hebrew goes, are "worth ass".

Celebrations were great, and went up till last night. There was a farewell evening organized by the section I served in (some 30 people), a party at a club where I got totally shit faced and can't remember patches of (gotta watch that vodka orange juice..), sleepovers, and out to dinner with various members of family twice. That about sums it up, I'll give a bit more detail later, as well as photos (those that are left).

Tomorrow I'm off to Jerusalem, so I'll try to update and note by Wednesday at the latest..

With blessings of "Wow, there went two years of my life",

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A trip down memory lane.. [23 Jan 2006|12:42am]
Four years we have known eachotherCollapse )

My past three yearsCollapse )

The FutureCollapse )

Of course, this is all subject to change. For now I am content with the knowledge of my impending discharge.. just little over a week left until I enter the civilian world.

Life, here I come.
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Ariel Sharon is Fighting for His Life [08 Jan 2006|11:23pm]
[ mood | sad ]

I've been thinking of this entry all day but now I don't know what to say. Whatever comes out..

My prayers are with him. I never particularly loved him, but he is a strong leader who did important, monumental steps that no leader, not even Yitzchak Rabin, made before him. At this point it appears if he does survive it will probably only be as a vegetable. Therefore I pray for the miracle of his survival with sufficient consciousness to spend the rest of his days alert and with his family, (I do not even dream of such a ridiculous notion as a miraculous recovery and return to political life) or death. I pray to G-d he does not survive a vegetable. I would not wish that on my enemies and he is too great a man to end like that.

Israeli newspapers are good at tearjerkers. They've had experience: the bombings - particularly the more memorable ones; at a disco filled with teenagers, at a pizza parlor where 4 out of a family of 5 were wiped out, at a hotel with guests celebrating the Passover Seder - the complete heartbreak of the Disengagement Plan, lynches and particularly horrendous casualties in the territories such as the APC that was blown up, tossing human remains across a large radius resulting in lines of soldiers on their hands and knees, my friends, combing the sand with their fingers for any piece of human remain to be taken back for burial, as well as other inumerous violent upheavels we seem to be riddled with. I've just been tuning into the radio at base, the one television set on a base of a couple thousand soldiers is at an inconvenient distance away and only unlocked in the evening hours, plus I wasn't home for the weekend, so today was my first day reading the paper. I was surprised to find myself tearing up. They're talking about him like he's already dead. Politically, he's finished but I think its indecent to practically eulogize a man still fighting for his life.

One moment that made me proud: watching a CNN interview with Netanyahu. The interviewer kept trying to get Netanyahu to give political speculation: Kadima now weakened with the departure of Sharon from the political arena, the Likud (Netanyahu's party) the weakest of the now three major parties, succession and so forth - and Netanyahu flatly refused, repeatedly, to give any kind of political speculation. As he said, there is a time for politics, but it is not now when this great man, even if a political rival, is battling for his life. That is the soul concern of the country right now. The political future is important, and the time will come soon, but not now. The man deserves this much respect. Netanyahu is a snake and unreliable, but he knows what the Israeli public wants. It could be he was sincere, I don't know. Whether he was or he wasn't, I accept it as the representation of the current Israeli feeling. And it made me damn proud.

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Merry Christmas! [25 Dec 2005|01:26am]
To all those celebrating, and a happy new year. :)
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Update, wheeee!!! [10 Dec 2005|03:59pm]
[ mood | energetic ]

I had something really cool planned out to update last night, I'll have you know. Now I can't remember it for the life of me, but there was something, I swear.

Tushy, tushy, tushyCollapse )

Britain, here we come!Collapse )

US, here we come?Collapse )

Anyhoo, these are all just ideas right now. I really hope it works out because I'd love to spend 6 months working abroad with my friend, independant. But if it doesn't work out with her I don't see myself coming alone. That's just no fun, and the fact is when I come to the States I feel like a foreigner.

I'm not expecting anything, but if by any chance you guys know of people or organizations we can turn to for advice, I'd appreciate the information. :)

Hope all is well with you guys. Tootles for now!

P.S. Anyone else always close the lj cut tags with cute and not cut?

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Geekful Joy [04 Nov 2005|02:30am]
First, let me say I love this update page in the "My LJ" option. Beats that huge annoying thing we used before by far!

For those geeks amongst usCollapse )

This past week and a half in general has been one of the best of the past year.
1. The holidays are FINALLY over. Holidays are good but not a million and one of them!! Lordy.
2. We visited the Safari! I haven't been there since I remember myself and it was such fun! Truly one of the few Israeli places I'd consider world class.
3. Spent the weekend at my friend's house to celebrate her birthday. Out for drinks on the boardwalk, billiard (G-D do we suck), and a barbecue the next day. There I met our friend, who got discharged 2 months ago, is our age (20) and has no degree yet found a job with A FUCKING COMPANY CAR, where they pay for her gas and her salary is higher than my mom's! Me want, too!!!!
4. Had THREE WHOLE DAYS to work! (which NEVER happens between shifts, kitchen duties, guard duties and toilet-cleaning duties) I can't believe how much I got done! Even when I was wiped, and had worked hard all day, I pushed myself to keep on going. I'm really proud of myself this week.
5. Went out with two friends from my course that I serve with, and our ex-commander, whom we all love. Spent the whole night bitching about the current commander. We are all so going to burn in hell..
6. Did I mention? GOT. FRICKIN'. STUFF. DONE!!!!!! Just the tip of the iceberg as usual but it is so satisfying to actually feel you've gotten some stuff done for all your effort. The workload only ever increases..

Only one sad part, and that is that the divy of the positions amongst the younglings has finally been decided upon. That is actually happy but what is sad is that I have three replacements to train! AHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! Three training programs to plan out! Your service is supposed to ease up toward the end. Why is it my unit has it the exact opposite???!???

Signed "Freedom in Less Than Three Months",
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Josiah's Dreams [15 Oct 2005|11:22pm]
An adorable children's story my cousin wrote and submitted to a children's book competition. I didn't know what to expect when she sent me the link, but I thorougly enjoyed it. The story is no longer than 2 minutes reading, I'd love to hear your takes. Josiah's Dreams
Only wish I had read the story before the voting period was over..

As for me, I've been doing all sorts. Started driving lessons (at 20, I still don't have a driver's license) based on a savings plan that came due, only to discover that I couldn't access all those funds without certain consequences I wasn't willing to accept. So that has been put on hold but it was nice to drive even for 3 weeks :)
Dated a guy called Elad for awhile but that didn't work out, we're too similar and that's just boring. It was nice for awhile, however to finally go out with someone. I hadn't dated anyone since before I got drafted (over a year and 8 months ago - holy smokes!)
Got promoted to Sergeant in September, you can now call me Sarge :D (Don't for real, but the thought amuses me.)
My friend completed officer's course last week and I went up with many from my unit to see her. That was neat, if a bit surreal. So military-y. With the military band playing marching music, the cadets in formations doing various rifle exercises, etc. Kind of reminded me of Basic Training, only with a bit more finesse :) Boy was she COOKED. Red and brown, looked like someone stuck her in an oven and flipped the switch to "broil". Now she has about a month off before she begans the second half of her officer training, lasting around 3 months. Only at the end of that will she get her bar. G-d will that be strange, to see her with a bar on her shoulder and commanding soldiers..

As for me and my fellow course-mates that didn't go to officer's course, we'll be getting discharged in little over 3 months. Holy crapolas. Its rather terrifying, I must admit. The army, for all its stringency, gave you the last closed, caring environment you will have. In school you had the teachers and school guidance councelor, in the army you have your commanders and the Service Conditions officers, not to mention your comrades. Outside - no one gives a shit. Trouble at home? Pressure in the workplace? Feeling lost and need someone to talk to? Deal with it, or you're fired! Welcome to the real world,where its each person for themself. And all us soon to be discharged are just a bit petrified.
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My Personal Recap [06 Oct 2005|02:06am]
Last I wrote it was a week before the Disengagement. Funny how fast that went by, the build up was so long and then the execution went by so fast. One thing I will say for it, as hard and traumatic as it was, it calmed my fears of civil war. I remember an msn chat I once had with Jon, when we somehow got on the issue of Israeli politics (conversations with me tend to touch on that issue from time to time.. ;) ). He was shocked to discover that to a certain extent, I was glad for the lack of peace with all our neighbours as if we ever did have complete peaceful coexistence, I didn't believe it would take more than a few years before the country broke out in civil war. The Disengagement, of all things, calmed a large part of that fear.

It was hard, it was painful, Jews called Jews Nazis, pregnant women were carried out of their homes, 8 year-olds cried to the soldiers that until so recently had been their heros "what did I ever do to you??", grown men begged 20 year old kids in uniform - my friends, who could just as easily have been me - to kill them, weeping and completely broken down. And through it all, not only were the settlers crying but a large portion of the soldiers and police officers as well. Some even collapsed. Sometimes they came out with the settlers, hugging and even crying together. Sometimes the settlers were carried out by the soldiers, either quietly or screaming "Nazis!!". At the end of the day, no matter what your political viewpoint, everyone was moved and everyone found it hard. But never - thank G-d - did our people raise guns against our forces. They might hate the government, hate the left, in some cases hate the military - but at the end of the day they came to the decision that we are still one people. That means more to me than I can ever begin to describe.

Quick Update [27 Jun 2005|12:07am]
As I am finally home..
My trip to the States was really nice. I think I needed the time off, though oddly it was difficult to stop thinking about Israel the whole time I was there. Honestly.. I simply don't belong in the States anymore and a lot of it feels foreign to me. Seeing family was nice though we had the odd culture clashes. Did all the touristy stuff, awesome museums, lots of art shopping, had some tours of the nearby universities, went to a ballgame, Kennywood Park and one of the hilights - met Jonathan and Joelle :) Pictures this weekend, hopefully.
The trip back was a nightmare with weather delaying us from getting to NY by 6 hours, meaning we missed our connection to Israel and had to spend 17 (!!) hours at JFK. That was not particularly fun though everyone at base seemed to find it uproarious that it should happen to me..
Since landing back I've been naturally drowning in work. Right before I left I was officially given all the responsibilities my friend, who has now left for officer's course, had. This in addition to what I was already responsible for. That, combined with 2 weeks of absentness (is that even a word?) did its trick. Most days I stay until 1 or 3 a.m. and I stayed the entirey of this past weekend so as to catch up. I am happy to say that I have finally caught up (pretty much). But I'm pretty pooped, giving up that weekend was harder than I thought it would be. It basically means working 2 weeks straight.. and at the hours I've been putting in I am definitely looking forward to this weekend home. Next week I have shift..

So that was the quicky update. As previously stated, pictures hopefully this weekend. Hope all is well with you guys, I need to get up in 4 hrs to get back to base so I'm going to have to be a shit and only note you guys this weekend. Sorry :(
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Happy 57th [14 May 2005|07:21pm]
[ mood | thinking ]

The problem with updating only once in 3 weeks or less is that by the time you finally get to it, there is so much to update about that no matter what you cover, you are always inevitably left with a feeling of incompletion. I had wanted to cover several things in this entry: Independence Day, Memorial Day, the Disengagement Plan and politics, my friend's Certificate of Excellence, army service, training, stress, friendship, ponderings and love. Bit much, methinks, so I will narrow it down to whatever topic comes out first.

Happy 57th!Collapse )

I had really wanted to share some of my thoughts about the Disengagement Plan, Memorial Day and the like but if I am to do that I'd prefer the entry be about that alone. Just so you know what I'm talking about, Memorial Day is the day in memory of Israel's fallen soldiers and those who fell in various hostile actions including terrorist attacks, takes place the day before Independence Day. The Disengagement Plan is Sharon's plan for pulling out of the Gaza strip, including evacuating all Jewish settlements there. Have you guys even heard about it? Its such huge news here but I don't know what kind of international coverage it is getting.

P.S. Anyone else notice I had my last entry set to June 17th and not April??

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Passover, Dungeon Mastering and MP3's [17 Apr 2005|02:35am]
Wow, thanks for all the responses. I hadn't expected so many. I wish I could get out to everywhere to see all you guys :(

70 hour shift madnessCollapse )

Ooh, and my dad bought me an MP3 Player (yay!!!) Now all I need to do is find good music to download.. suggestions? :)
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Trip to America [10 Apr 2005|01:32am]
I realize it is rather early to be announcing this but it gives me an excuse to write an entry so hell, why not? Come June I will be flying to the States. Pittsburgh, to be exact. 90% of you are nowhere in the area but I figured I might as well give you the heads up in case any of you will be nearby.. I've spoken with my mother and she's agreed to giving me a day to meet people if the opportunity arises. Don't feel obligated, naturally. If you will be in the area come June and would like to meet me, send me an email and we'll work out the details. Though we are no longer the tight group we used to be, I would still love meeting any one of you.

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Punk Ass [04 Feb 2005|10:51pm]
[ mood | lalallalala.. ]

Wow, its Friday already. How did that happen? Damn. Thursday night shifts do that to you.. I think these shifts are having a slightly negative effect on my psyche. Every time someone wakes me up I'm half panicked something's gone horribly wrong and 1,001 things I can't say are running through my head. I'm always terrified in those moments and slightly beyond that I will say something. But I won't. I can't.

Ha, that was a bit cryptic. Whatever, I don't usually get to be mysterious..

Click to Read. Duh.Collapse ) Did you guys know I was a punk? I didn't. -insert WTF here-

You scored as Punk/Rebel.








Ghetto gangsta




Drama nerd






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Update Time [02 Feb 2005|11:28pm]
[ mood | mixed ]

I don't know why it takes me so long to update this bloody thing. Its not like I'm lacking things to update about.. whatever.

So yesterday was my "Pazamuledet", meaning I've been in the army for a full year (and one day today). Hard for me to believe basic training/boot camp was a full year ago.. my friend is a Sergeant already as she got drafted 6 months before myself.
Anyhow, to my regular entry format:
>Drowning in weekend and Thursday night shifts. I haven't been home for a full weekend in weeks.
>Started last week with an unexpected kitchen duty. Nothing like coming to base on a day you had planned taking off and instead being told because someone from your company threw up, you are to replace them cleaning up after some 1,500 soldiers. 1,500 soldiers means 1,500 big plates, 1,500 if not more salad plates, 1,500 forks, 1,500 knives, 1,500 cups and several hundred soup bowls and spoons. Not to mention the ovens the stuff was served in, all the tables, the floor etc. etc... joy, let me tell you. I swear by the end of a kitchen duty I could literally clean vomit with my bare hands and not care. You smell like week-old decomposed trash by the end of it (and probably sooner, come to think of it).
>Bought my first pair of stilettos!!! That was awesome :) Super sexy, but in an elegant way. I'm nearly six feet in them.. 5'11.

On a totally different note, this week I experienced an enormous disappointment. I want to say more, disappointment doesn't even begin to describe.. lets just say I basically had most of the joy and hope in my service sucked out in one moment. Yeah, that about summarizes it.

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You know, this update page really sucks.. [14 Jan 2005|04:22pm]
[ mood | hyper ]

Anyhow, HELLO PEOPLE!!! :) I don't know why, but suddenly I'm happy! Maybe cause I'm FINALLY home for the weekend?? I don't know but YIPEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!

Anyhow.. so yeah, I'm FINALLY home for the weekend. Hurrah! Its been awhile.. My parents bought a car today :) That's happy, we haven't had a car since we left the States.. that was when I was in 5th grade. Wow. Now I need a license.
Aside from that, I've finally reached the babysitting stage of my training. HALLE-FRICKIN-LUYAH!!! Just 6 months in the making!! Basically, this means I have a few weeks left before I am considered fully trained. YAAAAAAAAYYYY!!! :))
Ooh, I almost forgot to add - I got my hair straightened. Me wuvs..

Um, CP has a cruuuu-ush. :) But I'm not saying on who. So shush. Its embarrassing, immature, 16 year-old-ish and ridiculous but at the same time so very exciting! Bah. Can't seem to fight it anyhow..

Other news, our base NCO is FUCKED. Totally. The man is insane, or maybe its the base commander? Basically, none of our commanders give a shit if our hair is in a standard ponytail or if our socks are pink as long as we do our job well but that pissed off the disciplinary people at some point so they decided to go berzerk. My closest friend on base got 7 days suspended jail time (meaning if she's caught on the same charge in the next 6 months she goes to jail for that time) because her hair was loose! WHAT. THE. FUCK!!!!!

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Merry Christmas, people [25 Dec 2004|08:02pm]
[ mood | sneezy ]

..and an early happy new year (I might not be home next weekend to say that).

Caught Jon on MSN this morning. He told me a bit about his family's Christmas traditions.. sounds wonderful. :) I definitely see why so many people commit suicide during the holiday period, however. How sad to have once had that and then not. One day I might visit someone [who celebrates] during Christmas and see all that stuff in person.

As for me, things have been relatively good. For the first time I have actually seen the fruits of my labour. In the past, I'd constantly work my ass off and really see nothing for it. Now, I've actually seen some positive results. This makes me very happy. :) And for once, I have a direction. I know where I want to go in my service, to where I wish to progress. I'd say the officer track is out of the question, which makes me sad in a way, but there is really nothing I can think of for me in that direction [currently]. And in any event it may be too late. You have to know exactly where you want to go and fight like hell for it if you want to get there in the army. There's no room for indecision. And I'm not sure I want to extend my service, nor if I would be an asset.

Its been an eye opener, what can I say. I've learned a lot about myself. I serve with countless incredible people. I mean incredible. The kind of people you're lucky if you meet up to a handful of in a lifetime. So young.. doing such totally incredible things. I am very blessed to have been admitted into a world where I get the chance to work and simply be with them. At the same time it has taught me a lot about myself.

There's a reason some people get the title "extraordinary". Its because they are the extraordinary - not all of us can be them. Its a bit of a blow to discover you are not. But that is as it is, and how it should be. Yes, we're all special.. but only some are incredible. It is an honour, at least, to know those that are.

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Survey [20 Dec 2004|02:16am]
[ mood | tired ]

(x) - you've done

(_) - you haven't done

(/) - kind of

The Questions:

(_) been drunk (just tipsy..)

(x) kissed a member of the opposite sex

(_) kissed a member of the same sex

(_) crashed a friend's car

(x) been to a foreign nation

(x) ridden in a taxi

(_) shoplifted.

(_) been fired

(_) been in a fist fight

(x) snuck out of house

(_) ever had a crush on someone of the same gender

(_) ever dated someone of the same gender

(x) had feelings for someone who didn’t have them back

(_) been arrested

(/) made out with a stranger (not quite made out.. just a little fooling around in the back seat of a police van during a Civil Guard patrol)

(_) stolen something from my job

(_) celebrated new years in time square

(_) gone on a blind date

(x) lied to a friend

(_) had a crush on a teacher

(_) celebrated Mardi-Gras in new Orleans

(x) been to Europe

(x) skipped school

(_) slept with a co-worker

(_) cut myself on purpose

(_) been married

(_) gotten divorced

(_) had children

(x) seen someone die

(_) been to Africa

(x) had a crush on one of my online friends

(_) slapped someone I loved

(_) driven over 400 miles to attend a show/festival/fetish ball

(_) been to Canada

(_) been to Mexico

(x) been on a plane (many, many times..)

(_) seen the Rocky Horror Picture Show

(_) thrown up in a bar (I am way too much of a control freak regarding myself)

(_) purposely set a part of myself on fire (Why in heaven's name would someone do THAT?!???)

(_) eaten Sushi (some day.. the rich snobiness of my co-workers slowly whiles away at my defenses..)

(_) been snowboarding

(x) met someone in person from the internet

(_) moshed at a concert

(x) had real feelings for someone you knew only online

(_) been in partially nude/nude photos

(_) been in an abusive relationship

(_) been pregnant or gotten someone pregnant

(_) lost a child

(_) graduated college

(_) tried killing yourself

(x) taken painkillers (its called cramps)

(x) love someone or miss someone right now

1) Using band/song names, spell out your name

Too difficult

2) Have you ever had a song written about you?

3) What song makes you cry?
several.. I'm afraid of doing a terrible disservice by leaving one out so I'm not going to list any

4) What song makes you happy?
I'm a Believer - The Monkees


HEIGHT: 1.72/5'7

HAIR COLOR: light brown

EYE COLOR: brown

TATTOOS: nope, nor will I ever

Right NOW...

WHAT ARE YOU WEARING?: Jeans, a long sleeve white undershirt, my end of Boot Camp sweater


HOW ARE YOU? Tired. Very tired.

f a v o r i t e s

TV SHOW: M.K. 22!!! (an Israeli cartoon program about a top secret nuclear missile base and all the fucked up army shit that goes along - the quaretermastership, base NCO, clinic, accidental nuking of a city and all military stupidity, mixed in with some good ol' political shit like wacked religious nuts) HILLARIOUS!!! And totally fucking awesome.
As for international television programs, West Wing used to be my favourite but I haven't seen it in over a year.. I like Six Feet Under when I catch it. And E.R.

BOOK: Now that's just too fucking difficult. How can you narrow such a glorious world to one singular object?
I'll tell you what I am reading and thorougly enjoying now: The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy series. I can definitely see how it became a classic.


h a v e.y o u


EVER GONE SKINNY DIPPING: no.. I live in the fucking desert, man


EVER TIPPED OVER A PORTA POTTY: no but I've come close

FELL ASLEEP IN THE SHOWER/BATH: I tried as it was the only place warm but after several near drownings I decided to give it up

BEEN IN A SCHOOL PLAY: the city's holocaust memorial our school was responsible for in 11th grade and our senior graduation play


r a n d o m

DO YOU HAVE A JOB: does the military count?

YOUR CD PLAYER HAS: not been played in months

WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY?: love, accomplishment

WHAT'S THE NEXT CD YOU'RE GONNA GET?: I don't know. I'm torn between the Beatles and various Israeli Rock singers. I think I'll go with the latter

w h e n / w h a t. w a s .t h e. l a s t

TIME YOU CRIED?: not so long ago

YOU GOT E-MAIL: dunno.. I suppose I should check my inbox more often..

THING YOU PURCHASED: a new, gorgeous scarf. me wuvs!!! so much!!! its purdy and loooooong :):)

l o v e


GIRLFRIEND: don't swing that way

CHILDREN: one day

CURRENT CRUSH: don't have one

BEEN IN LOVE?: I truly, truly wish I had

HAD A HARD TIME GETTING OVER SOMEONE: when love doesn't exist getting over someone isn't so difficult to do..

BEEN HURT? not really

YOUR GREATEST REGRET: thankfully I don't have a greatest regret yet


I'll try noting later.. this weekend I wasn't able to because I was on shift. 46 hours. I'm beat.


The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy [04 Dec 2004|07:25pm]
is coming to theatres in 2005! Woohoo!! :) (saw the ad while watching The Incredibles Thursday night)
Important note: I have yet to finish that book nor the series so NO SPOILERS. KEEP YOUR MOUTHS SHUT.

thank you.

And thanks for your notes in the previous entry. I took all you had to say to heart.

I like summarizing my life in points:
1.) Got our new ranks Thursday, my mom is sewing on the Corporal stripes as I type.
2.) Shopping makes me happy :)
3.) I'm spending a fortune, considering my income, on books. But its worth every penny. Recommendations are more than welcome. Not something overly depressing.
4.) I'm gonna sign up for another course at Hebrew U.
5.) Played my first D&D game in a year last night.

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My mother just finished sewing the ranks.
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[27 Nov 2004|03:52pm]
Not much to say, I really want to read up on your lives. I miss our friendships.

My little bit:
>I've taken up courses offered by Hebrew University. Totally awesome topics (genetics, brain research, archaeology, history, theology, psychology and more).
>Life has been very busy. And hell. Between shifts and kitchen duties I have an average of one to two days a week for my position. Needless to say, I can't get anything done.
>The army gets tiring after a while.

Right, time to read up. Don't you guys miss it? I miss it.
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