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Butter in freezer for ten mins
Warm non-stick skillet ten mins on low heat
beat eggs exactly 80 strokes
melt butter
scramble eggs until just wet (she used chopsticks for light clumps)
remove from heat, turn off stove
smooth eggs in even layer on pan (add ingredients - they added gruyere and fresh snipped chives)
replace pan - allow omelette to cook one minute (if you like your omelette slightly wet on inside - yum)
loosen with spatula
place paper towel under loosened edge
roll into crepe/ tubular shape with paper towel
Eat immediately
Current Mood: hungryhungry
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15 January 2010 @ 10:10 pm
The past may be the past, but it doesn't go away.
What happened provided the structure for what happens now.
Current Mood: blahblah
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22 December 2009 @ 12:21 am
What’s your idea of the perfect proposal?
Saw this while at Starry Nights at Shelby Farms earlier tonight. <3 Saw this at Starry Nights at Shelby Farms earlier tonight. <3
Current Location: Jordan's House
Current Mood: tiredtired
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19 September 2009 @ 10:21 am
Dude, it's so sad when all I hope for is a B.... Why, oh why, did I get stuck with one of the 'founding mothers' of Public History for both of our introductory classes? =( I should only be introduced to a founding mother after at least a year of study... maybe even my last semester. Come on, I didn't even know what Public History was until last year! Fail.
Current Location: The Boro
Current Mood: determineddetermined
Current Music: Someday - Pete Yorn and Scarlett Johansson
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Who is your favorite lady detective from movies, books, or TV?
Nancy Drew, duh.
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23 April 2009 @ 11:00 pm
I'll officially be in the Public History Master's Program at MTSU in the Fall.
Current Location: CBU, Maurelian Lounge
Current Mood: rejuvenatedready
Current Music: Tom Petty - Free Fallin'
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05 April 2009 @ 09:01 pm
I won first place in the Political Science/ Economics Division - $200.
Current Location: CBU
Current Mood: tiredtired
Current Music: Spoon
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02 April 2009 @ 02:06 am
I'm heading to Indianapolis in the morning and, as usual the night before I leave for somewhere, I find myself unable to sleep. I keep running over the items already packed, whether they are enough/ correct, and whether I remembered everything I needed. I keep replaying in my head all of the things I was supposed to do today before I left, the blunders I made while trying to squeeze all of this in, and whether or not I forgot anything. I keep reminding myself that I need to get my shower utensils in the morning - oh god, how am I going to put my shampoo in my bag, oh god - and my contacts/glasses/solution/etc. I keep playing worst-case scenarios in my mind: what if I forgot my shower stuff, what if I wake up late (or not at all), what if I don't have the right clothes?

And then there are the other considerations: what if my presentation completely sucks? What if I freeze? What if I lose my jump drive? What if my computer stops working? What if my jump drive refuses to work? What if my room isn't powerpoint-equipped? What if it is powerpoint-equipped, but the powerpoint decides to stop working? What if someone asks me a question I can't answer or disagrees with my conclusion?

I've presented at a conference before, but not as myself with work exclusively my own. Dr. Panetta, where are you to help fill in the gaps where I can't? Tim, where are you to talk so I don't have to?

I gave the presentation to Jordan earlier, but presenting to your boyfriend while sitting on your own bed isn't exactly indicative of how my conference experience is going to be.

I am excited about attending, though. I love conferences. The other student attending and I are both presenting on Saturday morning - think about us while you are, more than likely, still sleeping.
Current Location: My Room at CBU
Current Mood: intimidatedintimidated
Current Music: none
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28 March 2009 @ 07:38 pm
What news story have you heard or read lately that made you really angry? What about one that made you really happy?
Oh, and this makes me lol: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/03/27/vince-shlomi-shamwow-pitc_n_180210.html
Current Mood: indifferentindifferent
Current Music: Glen Hansard Radio
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28 March 2009 @ 07:27 pm
What news story have you heard or read lately that made you really angry? What about one that made you really happy?
I can't think of any news story in particular that made me angry (I'm ashamed to say that I don't really watch or read the news), but this definitely made my heart smile: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/7961208.stm
Current Mood: indifferentindifferent
Current Music: Glen Hansard Radio