people dont talk about good things enough.

if you ask me. and i can sorta understand because ive written sad things and ive written happy things and by far the easiest of the two are the sad things.

the elizabeth smart story is one of the happiest stories that ive ever heard and it still hasnt sunk in.

everyone thought she was dead in the woods somewhere.

everyone.

me too, and i am one of the most positive-thinking people ever created.

i love the elizabeth smart story.

here in the month of pisces where theres some very serious evil and some insane love, i am so thrilled that there is this story to balance out all the crap of the inevitable war.

if you ask me it’s a miracle.

and i love the fact that the smarts were a lot like the Flanders’s, having family prayer time before the kids went to sleep, how the girls played harp together, how the missing posters said for us to pray for elizabeth. it’s nearly ridiculous how sticky sweet these people are.

which, to me, makes it that much better, because it shows you that good things can happen to good people.

tonight when all of you kneel down for your family prayer time, i hope you remember to thank the good Lord for letting elizabeth come back safe and sound to her family. maybe she isnt coming back as soundly as we’d like, but she is back, and she appears to be ok, and even though everything isnt now good in the world, at least in one little part of america things are a thousand per cent better.

i hope your friday is a good one, readers of these pixels.

i’m going to do everything i can to make it good for me. and then at six pm my vacation starts.

so lets rock.

metafilter is always good, but especially so on fridays.

alecia:

i know!
tony:

ahahahahah!
alecia: it took me hours, lol, and it’s so short!
tony:

it takes forever doesnt it!
alecia: seriously, i was suprised
tony:

i guess if it was easy, more people would do it
alecia: heh, truedat.
tony:

anyways
tony: i love it
tony: and it makes me happy
alecia:

aww, thanks man!! :-)
tony: are you really going to meet up with

kristin in london?
alecia: i don’t know, i’m not sure how her and dc thought

they were gonna get ahold of eachother, that’d be cool though!

tony: name
alecia:

alecia
tony: nickname
alecia: my manager calls me sister

sledgehammer, that’s about it
tony: astrological sign
alecia:

taurus
tony: location
alecia: phoenix, az (unfortunately)
tony:

where would you like to be?
alecia: california!
tony: its

a big state, where
alecia: probably san diego or santa barbara
tony:

why arent you going there for college?
alecia: because i got a full ride

+ $1500 a year to ASU, and i couldn’t turn it down. i should have though. i might

transfer after a couple years.
tony: what will be your major?
alecia:

computer science with a minor in business…i think.
tony: what

does your s/n mean?
alecia: well nymphalid means a class of butterflies…i

found it in the dictionary. but everyone thinks it means sex addict, and i normally

don’t refute that accusation. :-)
tony: are you a virgin?
alecia:

no
tony: where are you

going tomorrow?
alecia: london!!
alecia: (london, baby, yeah)
tony:

have you ever been there before?
alecia: nope! i’ve never been out of the

country actually.. eek
tony: who are you going with?
alecia:

the theatre sponsor at our school put it together, so i’m going with a bunch of

drama kids, even though i’m not really a drama kid anymore. dc is going though!
tony: do all the boys like you?
tony: i havent

seen anyone write any bad things about you
alecia: no, all the boys don’t

like me. people don’t dislike me though i guess
tony: who is your

boyfriend right now?
alecia: i don’t have a boyfriend
tony:

why not?
alecia: because i’m crazy/scared
alecia: i usually run

from boys.
tony: sorry the pizza man is here
tony:

brb
alecia: lol, okay!
tony: omg this is the best pizza
alecia:

what kind?
tony: chicken pepperoin and sausage
tony:

pizza hut
alecia: (i don’t like pizza) but sounds good for pizza!
tony:

how on earth cant you like pizza?
alecia: that’s what everybody says! i

don’t know, i’ve never been a big fan.
tony: do you like melted

cheese?
alecia: i used to hate all cheese…but then i started working

at a fondue restaurant and it grew on me. so now i like cheese fondue, but pizza

is yet to grow on me..we shall see.
tony: you hated cheese so you

worked at a fondue restaurant?
alecia: well there is more to fondue than

just cheese!
tony: fire?
alecia: hehe, no, there are four

courses at our restaurant. that’s just the first one.
tony: soup,

fondue, desert
tony: what would be the fourth?
alecia: cheese

fondue, salad, entree, dessert
alecia: booyah
alecia: :-)
tony:

salads not a course
alecia: kinda
tony: it shouldnt be, at

least
tony: i guess
alecia: well if soup is!
tony:

was it good salad?
alecia: yes, it’s really good
alecia: i can buy

them for $1
alecia: so i do, quite often.
tony: how much

was an entire four course meal?
alecia: it’s usually about $40-$50 per

person.
tony: holy shit
alecia: it’s really overpriced.
tony:

how many boys have you kissed?
alecia: i wouldn’t know this off the top

of my head (i promise) but my friends and i got bored in class the other day and

added up, mine was 17.
tony: who was the last boy you kissed?
alecia:

brian (no creativity)
tony: what was the occasion?
alecia:

um, we were drunk and i have a crush on him, so why not ?!
tony:

was that the first time you kissed him?
alecia: yeah
tony:

was it nice?
alecia: hehe….yeah….he’s a really good kisser. i was a

big fan of the tounge ring. :-)
tony: was that the first time you

kissed a guy with a tounge ring?
alecia: umm, yes. with a tounge ring yes.
tony:

are you really going to get one yourself soon?
alecia: yes! my birthday

is may 1…so soon after that i hope. as long as i don’t chicken out!
tony:

do you have any tattoos or piercings?
alecia: no tattoos, but i have my

ears a few times and my belly button. i’m thinking about a tattoo..but i’m undecided.
tony:

what religion are you?
alecia: i’m leaning towards atheist
alecia:

but i really don’t know enough about it
alecia: so i guess undecided
tony:

are your parents still together?
alecia: yeah, they’re really happy :-)
tony:

do they drink a lot?
alecia: not really, but i have seen both of them drunk

a few times. it’s funny stuff.
tony: do you only have one brother?
alecia:

yeah, it’s just the two of us.
tony: were your parents strict?
alecia:

they’re strict about things like school, but they’ve always been pretty trusting/leniant

about most other stuff.
tony: do they know you get high?
alecia:

yeah, the time a couple weeks ago me and trevor did they could totally tell he

was stoned. so i just told them that i was too and they just laughed at me. i

guess i was good at covering it up though, which is nice to know..
tony:

whats your favorite movie?
alecia: oh my.. probably good will hunting,

but i’m a sucker for kevin smith movies too.
tony: how long have

you had your blog?
alecia: i’ve had it since november
tony:

have you liked doing it?
alecia: yeah, i really like it! i had an open

diary before, but i never wrote in it…blogs are much more carefree
alecia:

i think i like reading other peoples more though.
tony: i had a

secret diary on open diary
tony: two actually
alecia: me

too :-)
tony: ahahahaha
alecia: why was yours a secret?
tony:

it was my real life
alecia: oh i see..
alecia: my blog is my real

life…except i think it has more of an emphasis on drinking than i really do.
tony:

how are you able to get booze?
alecia: the people i normally drink with

are over 21. or if it’s for my "my-age" friends, we’ll just have one

of them buy it.
tony: what do you like to drink?
alecia:

vodka and cranberry juice is my favorite, followed by a kamikazee
tony: have a great time in london!
alecia:

thanks!

this means whore