September 26th, 2005

(I've tried patience)

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It is much, much too early. Ow. I would like to go back to bed. I'm not allowed. Question is, am I allowed to wear makeup to college? (I mean, technically obviously the answer is yes, but I mean 'am I just going to get looked at weird'.) College is astoundingly full of normal people - as previously observed, all the freaks are at art school, again - and I'm only just managing to cope there as it is. Is wearing electric blue eyeliner going to help, or hinder that? I don't know why I expect you to know - it's my brain, and besides, I'll have to leave before any of you have had time to answer. Never mind. I'll be all right. :)

And yesterday's news is that (bear with me, I know some of you aren't bothered) The Modern have revamped their already quite cool website and it is now officially paradise. There's a video and everything, please can I borrow someone's broadband and come over and watch it at some point soon? And wallpaper and a screensaver and new photos and and and. Not long until I see them again.

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  • Current Music
    'Forever Autumn', Justin Hayward.
(I've tried patience)

You wish you were me (again)

Why today is brilliant :

1) I had my first electronic music course [lesson. I meant lesson, I was just too excited to keep track of what I was typing]. Oh, good christ on a very, very electronic bike. I don't know where to begin so I won't try, just say that it's like being allowed to be every keyboardist in the history of ever all at once and that I'm stupidly happy about it.

2) CD from swisstone arrived. Thank you!

3) Two gorgeous cross stitch patterns also turned up. Hurrah.

4) Night Version of 'Planet Earth'. Just nod.

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  • Current Music
    'Planet Earth (Night Version)', Duran Duran.
(I've tried patience)

Life for one please

In making further Modern icons today it occurred to me that somewhere at the back of my mind I'm firmly convinced that the line 'Stay with me in my modern home' is in fact an indication that they all live in one big white futurist house somewhere on the South coast. This may not be true, but I quite like the idea. In any case I now have far more icons than I remotely know what to do with. I suppose I do still have nearly twenty spaces left, but that many more Modern icons would be overkill, surely.
I know, I should go and do some cross stitch like a sensible girl.

In other news, I love asrana.

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