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And this would be Rex, drinking out of a mug. All of my cats seem to prefer glasses and mugs to water bowls. I now set out a large mug full of water in my room for them so that they'll leave my cup alone.
I don't know why this came out kind of blurry, but the moon and the sky were so gorgeous tonight that I had to post a picture (or 2).
Taken in Maryland.
The Westboro Baptist Church came to my school a couple of days ago to protest. In response, students held a huge rally and counter-protest. This was one of the signs/banners. I need to say that my school's response made me incredibly happy and proud.
It was difficult to get a decent shot, since people kept walking by. It says "Stand on the side of love"
It was also taken with my camera phone since I don't think to bring my camera out with me on most days. At least not to school.
For anyone who does not know, this is the Westboro Baptist Church: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westboro_baptist_church
I was going through more old photos and discovered that many of mine involve Disney in some way. I loved Disney as a kid, so that makes sense.
In this picture, I don't know whether I am expressing joy or terror. I was afraid of Chuck E. Cheese when I was younger, so it could very well be terror.
Halloween 1992. Three sisters standing in order. We still do that sometimes, though typically not on purpose. I'm Tinkerbell.
Seriously, I fucking loved Disney.
Speaking of Halloween, five years later I would end up dismembering all of my barbies and scattering them out-covered in fake blood- at the front of our house, to greet trick-or-treaters. I believe that was also the first year I went as Ghost Face from Scream. You see, I wanted to be the killer from I know What You Did Last Summer, because that was my favorite movie at the time, but that was also a bit of a tricky costume, so I settled for Ghost Face and would continue to use that costume for the next three years.
So it looks like I was always pretty weird and a little twisted.