Hi there! I'm Tiffany Lennon, but if you've managed to navigate your way here, you probably already knew that.
I don't have all that much to offer you at present, but hopefully this will change in the coming weeks/months/eons. For now, entertain yourself with my interactive Kill Mickey game.
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November 27, 2000
Today is the first day back from Thanksgiving Break, and I'd really rather be in bed right now. I'm fighting the urge to tear down this page until I can come up with something better...I'll keep you posted on that internal battle as it rages on.
I went to this really strange store this weekend...it was called "Build a Bear Workshop"...and it's a store whose main attraction is the choosing, stuffing, dressing, and naming of various fuzzy toy animals. This is the kind of things that defines my existence, so I grabbed a hollowed-out grizzly bear, stuffed him (his stomach's a bit tight...he looks as though he's just finished a feast, but in a healthy, bearish manner), put glasses and a reversible vest on him, named him Kenneth, and smiled gleefully. He's now sitting on my bed, looking bookish and generally making me happy. I think that was the highlight of my weekend.
I'm sittin' here at the Math Forum, where I just discovered that my boss is in Arizona until next week. So I'm a little directionless...but that's perfectly alright with me.
What else? Classes end in two weeks and a day, the Fall Dance Performance is on the 7th and 8th, Night of Scenes is sometime the following week, my film exam is the 15th, German is sometime after that, and I fly back to Florida on the 20th. And yet I bother asking why December always seems to whiz by. Sigh. Off with me for now...have a good week, folks.
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When I wake up, the first thing I do is check to see if I still have all my teeth. Maybe you should, too.