what's my age again?

i'll be 25, not 24. it can't be good when you can't remember what age you are... mom mentioned that once you hit 25, the years just FLY.

anthony and i had a really amazing time at my house for chinese new year. got some lycee, ate amazing shrimp, played with tiffany while my dad, brother and their friends got super-drunk... ha! i believe they went through two bottles of cognac and a couple big bottles of wine.

--things you hear in the breakroom-- "i went to this church last week and i hated it. i mean, all the people my age did was talk about other people, so much gossip, it was so unchristian." but mere minutes later: "and this girl was wearing a tube top, can you believe it, a tube top to church. she went right up to the altar for mass in that thing. like she was going out clubbing or something. you don't wear that stuff to church." ... ... right.


another year, another life

yet another year gone by. i can't believe i'll be 24.

so what's been going on, you ask?
**living back in tampa and actually enjoying it.
**got a job, with a cute little cubicle (i'm sure perceptions of this will change as time goes by, but for now the isolation is really nice).
**trying to start up some sort of craft-y business and coming up short at names.. suggestions anyone?
**saw big fish - disappointment.
**acquired sinbad and the 7th voyage and sinbad and the eye of the tiger. kick. ass. i love harryhausen.
**am actively looking for a female kitten girlfriend for thomas.
**getting over a nasty cough after two phlegm-filled weeks.
**and looking forward to chinese new year celebrations!

resolutions? to learn cantonese (i've already gotten 18 cds from the pimsleur set at the library) and italian (again).



who: kimberlina, librarian

what: female, 31

when: march 14, 1979, 9:14 am, 5 lbs, 14 oz.

where: tampa, florida

aspiring: artiste/photographer

why: i have always kept a journal, at least, since middle school. and yes, the temptation to burn such items is rather great. thankfully, the ephemeral and inconstant electronic internet age has come and i have all too easily made the switch.

sometimes i regret this decision, because i really love paper. when i was younger, i actually wanted to work at kinko's (c'mon, i'm from florida) to be surrounded by reams and reams of paper.