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April 3rd, 2008 (07:19 am)

current mood: cheerful

I am finally getting some driver's training today. Yes, it is expensive. No, I had no choice. If I want to learn to drive, this is the only way I am going to get there. I have asked my parents several times, and they are always like "yeah." Then they brush it off. It's not like I don't know anything about driving. I have a permit. Just, I have only been behind the wheel once in my life. It's simple. I just know that I need a bit more experience before I take the test for my license.

And I'm 21.

So essentially, I feel a bit behind. Most sixteen year olds have more driving experience than I do. Or they are in this school with me.I feel like the 40 year old virgin, but for cars.

I am evolving. Not only am I learning to drive.

I am becoming better at drawing. I am also learning new styles I have never tried and now I want to learn/incorporate a little calligraphy in my art. I will upload some images to show what I am talking about. I also have some adult swim character sketches.When I have more time I will put them up.

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Writer's Block: Spring Cleaning

April 3rd, 2008 (07:31 am)

Are you planning on doing any spring cleaning this year? If so, please share a cleaning tip you swear by.
I did Spring moving this year. I still have some Spring unpacking to do. I don't see myself cleaning much more than I normally would. One cleaning tip, use Dr. Bronner's castille soap on everything! I just discovered this stuff and it's amazing. It's all natural, made from fragrant oils such as jojoba and coconut oil. You can bathe with it, mop with it, use as laundry detergent, wash your hair with it (although it might dry your hair out a little), even brush your teeth with it.So you can use it to clean surfaces and still be kind to your environment. And it is very good for the skin because it cleans you very well, but moisturizes at the same time.

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