Saturday, January 10, 2009

Guess WHO???

I'm back my dear blogger friends, and no worse for wear either! Now that it's all over and all I have left to do is sit on my thumbs and wait for the results, I don't mind telling you what test I took. Just didn't want to jinx myself before. It was an entrance exam to grad school and I think I did pretty darn good (if I do say so myself).

Anyway, now that I don't have to worry about trivial little things like math equations and "thinking" I can now sit back and relax and read your lovely posts from the last 6 *gulp* days! I will be leaving my usual little comments presently, but in the meantime...occupy yourselves with this:

Her name is Haruyo and the song is called "Lei Pikake"


P.S. I just got an email from my cousin wanting me to go to Forks, WA with her and her friends next weekend for her birthday. I guess she is really addicted to Twilight and want to do a tour of the cities in the book (ie. Forks and Port Angeles). This is my 28 year old cousin. Who, by the way is a Lieutenant in the Army. I'm kinda hoping that the roads will get washed out in the torrential downpour we are having between now and Saturday so I don't have to make up an excuse not to go. Or maybe I'll just wake up on Saturday morning already dressed in her car and halfway to the coast because she is just that stealthy...I think they teach you that in the military.

12 comments:

The Unbearable Banishment said...

Congrats. Glad it's over. When do you get the results?

We ALL have our addictions. As long as she's not a danger to herself or society.

~E said...

UB: Probably 3 weeks or so, but they say "unofficial results" will be available immediately.

Sabrae Carter said...

Hope you did wonderfully!!! I missed you damn it! lol

Felisa said...

I missed you! Or at least I missed your posts. :) I'm glad you feel that you did well... That's a good sign. What area of study are you thinking of doing?

Everyone seems to love Twilight but I feel like I'm too old for it... but a couple of customers proved me wrong. There were two elderly ladies (probably in their 70s) who came to my work early in the morning. They were debating whether or not they should eat there or take their meals to go. They mentioned something about not wanting to miss the movie so I asked them about it.

"Oh, we're going to see Twilight!" they shrieked and it kinda reminded me of the girls who used to be obsessed with 'N Sync. Apparently, they were from Port Angeles and drove all the way to where there's a movie theater just to see Twilight.

Have fun when you go on that tour! :D

~E said...

Sabrae: I missed you guys too...but now I have like 100 posts to read!

Felisa: M.A. in Education with an emphasis on Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics ;) sounds cooler than it actually is.

That damn expat said...

E!!! What grad school? I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

~E said...

Expat: It's ye olde Ginormous University here in Seattle. LOL! Thanks...but it's out of my hands now so maybe you can pray instead that my scores get mixed up with a smart person's hahaha.

That damn expat said...

I'll be invoking all the saints I know! When are you expecting the results?

Chris said...

Wow, can't wait to hear the results!

On the Twilight thing, I'm with you, pray for bad weather:)

the iNDefatigable mjenks said...

Ah, the GRE. I took that. And then I took the subject GRE, which was fine and all, except they asked a lot of questions about fricking p-chem, which I hated.

Anyway, good luck waiting for the results and getting into a good school and all.

words words words said...

Oh, *I* get harassed for not being around, but you can waltz in here after a couple of weeks and it's totally okay? Whatever. Hmph.

I hope you did well...grad school is a fun experience :)

Fancy Schmancy said...

Good for you, sweetie! Dream huge, and don't let anything hold you back. You deserve this!