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01 January 2020 @ 12:50 pm
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keℓℓy ಌ
27 May 2011 @ 02:34 pm
 To those that don't follow me on twitter, I thought I'd make a quick post to say hello! I hope you are all doing well! <3

I honestly doubt I will ever officially come back to LJ. I've been very busy with wedding planning, school, and the like.

If you're interested in keeping in touch with me, you can find me on twitterhttp://twitter.com/#!/breathlessly

I also post funny shares/tales several times a month on my posteroushttp://stunning.posterous.com/

And add me on pinteresthttp://pinterest.com/thisheart/

Love you, girls! Bye!
keℓℓy ಌ
07 September 2010 @ 03:29 pm
hi girls.

I'm going to be taking a short hiatus from all networks. My grandpa passed away this morning, and I really can't even put into words what a mess I've been. This is just a hard time for both my family and I, so I'm going to take some time away to be with them.

I love you all! I hope you all enjoyed labor day weekend! <3

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keℓℓy ಌ
05 August 2010 @ 08:31 pm
I really need to make a real update soon, but I'm being lazy right now.

A - ACCENT: I have a pretty generic accent, though any time I've gone to any major city people have told me I have a twang.

B - BREAST SIZE: 32B... dainty yet cleavageable

C - CHORE YOU HATE: Folding laundry and washing pans

D - DAD'S NAME: John/Jim




H - HOMETOWN: San Diego, CA

I - INSOMNIA: No insomnia, not regularly I guess. It takes me at least an hour to fall asleep, but once I do, I'm out like a light.

J - JOB TITLE: Personal Assistant turned Resource Development/Grant Writer... makes no sense at all. My boss is crazy.

K - KIDS: Uno. Se llama Corey James Parker. Tiene siete años.

L - LIVING ARRANGEMENTS: With Corey and my fiance TJ in Morgantown, WV.

M - MOM'S BIRTHPLACE: Myrtle Beach, SC.

N - NUMBER OF APPLES YOU'VE EATEN: I absolutely hate apples unless they're in the form of a pie or fritter.

O - OVERNIGHT HOSPITAL STAYS: Two. Once when I was 8, I hit the wrong brake on my bike coming down a hill and flipped over the handle bars... and childbirth, of course.

P - PHOBIA: None.

Q - QUEST: Right now, to make it through at least one year of grad school without going completely bald.

R - RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION: Christian/Spiritual, but I really have my own beliefs I guess. I was raised Methodist, but I no longer attend church regularly.

T - TIME YOU WAKE UP: Without an alarm clock, around 10am. With an alarm clock, who knows... I use to have to be at work by 9, so I had alarms set for 6:00, 6:30, and 7:00. The snooze is never enough.

U - UNNATURAL HAIR COLORS YOU'VE WORN: I go brunette every now and then. Nothing too fancy.


W - WORST HABIT: I crack my knuckles and my toes. I find it somewhat therapeutic. I can't stand hearing other people do it though especially neck crackers. Gives me the heebie jeebies!

X - X-RAYS YOU'VE HAD: pretty much my whole body

Y - YUMMY FOODS YOU MAKE: I make a mean broccoli chicken casserole. I live by the philosophy throw cheese on anything and it's a winner.

Z - ZANY QUIRK: Oh geez. When I lived in California, when I was about 6, I went to use the bathroom and there was a snake in the toilet. Aside from the short sprout of chronic constipation, I developed this quirk where I can't sit on the toilet for longer than 10 seconds without taking a peak into the toilet... you know, to make sure there's no snake coming at my ass. I don't play those games.
keℓℓy ಌ
23 June 2010 @ 02:37 am
Especially if they're cheap. Double especially if they're from the Dollar Tree.

And triple especially if they're made by Royal Cotton Swabs. Because they are not royal in any way. Or it's a very very very poor kingdom. No purples and golds, more like mauves and off-whites.

But to the point. I had a minor freak out today when a cotton swab got stuck in my ear. Literally the swab broke off the stick and was stuck in the cavity of my ear. And instead of acting like an adult, I panicked like a child, running around the apartment, yelling at T in frustration to GET IT OUT.

All it took was a little shaking and banging of the head. (You know, like when you have water in your ears from swimming in the pool, but the shaking and banging actually rarely works but you do it anyway? Hate that.) But I still feel like the freak out was necessary.

All is well and lessons have been learned. Stop using Q-Tips in the ears because you're not suppose to. I think it says so on the box. Stop being a cheap ass, that stuff's a dollar for a reason.
keℓℓy ಌ
10 June 2010 @ 05:35 pm
For the past couple years I've set yearly book goals for myself in an effort to actually read more. Normally, I do not meet the goal because I don't have the time but this year I'm having the worst time finding good reads. So I need some suggestions!!

My current "to read" list
Heart of the Matter - Emily Giffin
The Carrie Diaries - Candace Bushnell
The Help - Kathryn Stockett
Little Bee - Chris Cleave
Let The Great World Spin - Colum McCann
Home Safe - Elizabeth Berg
Girl in Translation - Jean Kwok

If you've read any of the above and they sucked, please let me know! :P