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19th-Feb-2014 10:58 am(no subject)
does anyone even use lj anymore?
Genuine question.
Any of you guys still here?
13th-May-2013 12:02 am(no subject)
The new Star Trek is so god I want to cry.
18th-May-2012 03:26 pm(no subject)
I should use this again. So I will. Probably. I bring you Eliza Coupe being awesome as always, throwing her spectacular shade.



25th-Dec-2011 08:34 am(no subject)
I know I don't use this thing so much anymore but want to come on to say, Happy Holidays to you all. You're all beautiful, wonderful people so have a happy and safe time this Christmas.

23rd-Aug-2011 11:50 am(no subject)


Your result for The Sorting Hat: A Comprehensive Harry Potter Personality Assessment [Test/Quiz]...


Slytherin


54% Ravenclaw, 38% Hufflepuff, 56% Slytherin and 56% Gryffindor!






Or perhaps in Slytherin


You'll make your real friends,


Those cunning folks use any means


To achieve their ends.


          Slytherin's cardinal traits are ambition, cunning and determination. Like the Gryffindor House, Slytherins are emotionally volatile. In contrast, however, Slytherins are much less dominant and assertive, and less extraverted in general. Rather than expressing these emotions outwardly, Slytherins direct them inward or act in a passive aggressive manner. Both Gryffindor and Slytherin are much more driven to succeed than the other two houses: Gryffindor out of pride and Slytherin out of ambition.





          Slytherins are also much more pragmatic than the other houses and more adept at manipulating people. A key trait would be a low level of agreeableness: Slytherins are more pessimistic, more distrustful than most, and more likely to attribute negative motivations to people. So although Slytherins experience a wide range of emotions, due to their distrustful views of people and skeptical worldview, they are less expressive and more likely to appear cold or distant unless provoked.          



          A Slytherin's ambitious nature comes out in different ways depending on what is important to the individual person. It could lead them to try to achieve top marks (if intellect and schooling is important to them) but it could also be directed at social settings or towards athletic endeavors.




Take The Sorting Hat: A Comprehensive Harry Potter Personality Assessment [Test/Quiz] at HelloQuizzy

24th-Sep-2010 07:07 pm(no subject)
My Dad passed away today just after lunch time.

I feel a little all over the place. Exhausted, for one. But I've had so many wonderful messages on facebook, in text, in phonecalls - I have wonderful friends and thank you, all of you, for your support right now.

I'm at home, on my own. Nobody apart from me seems to think this is a good idea. This is the home I shared with him and I'm not going to avoid that. I can't do. I need to be here right now.

I'm so tired. We practically lived at the hospice this week and obviously, it's not been very easy to sleep. But the staff there were incredible. I can't thank them, or praise them enough for what they did. They were all wonderful and made him smile, laugh and feel comfortable in his most vulnerable time. Until you have to actually use a hospice I don't think you can fully appreciate just what they do and how important they are. Without how they supported us all we wouldn't have been able to get through this like we have done. We stayed together as a family, they helped us do that right there by his side every step of the way. Knowing we were there through it all means so much to me, and to my sisters.

He was one hell of a man. We had a rocky few years because we just didn't understand each other for a long time but when he and my mother split up and it was just the two of us, we became so close. It's honestly like losing my best friend right now. I talked to him about everything. Coming home to him was just something I took for granted and I see that now I can't ever do that again. Cancer is a horrible, horrible disease and it took a good man away from people that loved him far too soon. There is still so much he had to do, could do. He had such talent with his writing, with cooking. He'd always dreamed of being a chef but that'll never happen. I'm just thankful that in his last months we got a book of his poems together and sold. The hospice will also be selling them in their shops etc which I think is fantastic; a real legacy for a man with real talent.

I love my Dad. And I already miss him. I'm so, so greatful though for what we had and what we shared. I couldn't have asked for more.

♥ for my father.
23rd-Sep-2010 10:08 pm(no subject)


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18th-Jul-2010 08:10 pm(no subject)
Hey guys.

It was my Race for Life today. I just have to say, that it's an incredible experience. The atmosphere was amazing and it's all very humbling. We all did it, all enjoyed it. Definitely doing again next year. I'll link to some photos at the end of me and the girls as well as my medal for it.

I just want to say thank you SO much to people who have sponsored me online and offline. We have a few weeks before we need to have the money in so please, if you have a spare £2.00 or so anywhere, send it to a good cause!

http://www.justgiving.com/kylie-hornby

Thank you SO much! It's been an amazing day. So proud of myself and my girls!

Me and the girls
My Number
Number and Medal

Kylie xxx :)
20th-May-2010 09:22 pm - Writer's Block: BFFs
If you had to pick a character from your favorite TV show back in middle school to be your best friend today, who would you choose, and why? Have you outgrown some of the characters you loved when you were an early adolescent?


The Pink Power Ranger. IDK what middle school is so I'm going for primary school. Power rangers was awesome ha. & Kimberly rocked.
5th-May-2010 11:33 am(no subject)
Glee? I love you. Ice Ice Baby, bwah. All I need now is a Glee version of Baby Got Back and it's all good!
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