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Place an X by all the things you've done and remove the X from the ones you have not.
Things you have done during your lifetime:

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Interestingly, I don't actually want to do everything on this list. I'm pretty sure none of us want to break a bone for example, nor do I necessarily want to watch someone die (though I must admit I've come close with some of my exes). And there are some significant things that I do want to do that aren't on that list, or that I've already done that I found significant. Here's my additions to the bucket list:

(x) seen an active volcano
(x) been to the Rockies
(x) been to Windsor Castle
( ) seen the Queen
( ) sat in a natural hot springs (I'm not counting the spring-fed concrete pools at Miette, Banff and the like)
(x) seen the while cliffs of Dover (and had a chalk fight with my sister there)
(x) visited the Smithsonian
( ) visited the pyramids at Giza
( ) visited all 6 of the populated continents (I'll take a pass on Antarctica thanks. So far I've done Australia, Asia, North America and Europe. South America and Africa left to go)
( ) met someone famous whom you admire and been cool enough to simply say "I love your work and it was an honour to meet you" and NOT ask for an autograph. (I think asking celebs for autographs is tacky anywhere other than in a setting where autographs are "expected". If you encounter the celeb somewhere like spring training for baseball players, or book signings, appearances at conventions or other "staged" autographing opportunities where it would be odd to work your way up the line and not ask for one, go for it. But if you run into them in a shop or a restaurant or on vacation, let them have a life.)
(x) birth a baby
( ) watch my daughter walk down the aisle
(x) paid a bill, cooked and cleaned up after a perfect meal, done a load of laundry without wrecking something and lived within my means
( ) taught the above life skills to my children

What's on your bucket list?


Jul. 31st, 2009 05:06 am
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Three things.

Three names I go by:
1. Bree
2. Eve
3. Evilyne (or just "Evil")

Three Jobs I have had in my life:
1. Comic shop girl
2. Lab assistant
3. Accountant

Three Places I have lived:
1. London, On, Canada
2. Austin, Tx, USA
3. Perth, WA, Australia

Three Favorite drinks:
1. Cosmopolitan
2. Skim Milk
3. Perrier (alone or half-half with nice OJ)

Three TV Shows I watch:
1. So You Think You Can Dance
2. Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations
3. The Daily Show with John Stewart (an okay substitute for the Rick Mercer Report, which I can't get here)

Three places I have been:
1. Malta
2. London, England
3. Singapore

Three of my favorite foods:
1. Bubble tea with tapioca (the "with tapioca" makes it a food IMHO)
2. salmon sashimi (oh how I've missed you sweet, raw salmon)
3. blueberries

Three things I am looking forward to:
1. Giving birth and meeting my daughter (oh does that ever sound weird to say)
2. Going home for Odette's elevation in September
3. Spending time with Jason while he's on leave, and seeing all my family members who are planning on visiting in that time too
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Go to your Flickr account (or whatever online host you use), click on the third to last page in your album, select the third picture on the page. Post and explain. (Cheating a bit and going third last album, third pic, since that's how I organize my stuff.)

This is a pic of my peeps at our "coming out" event, where all the Tudor Ladies wore the dresses we'd spent the last 8 months diligently patterning and sewing ourselves for the very first time. This was Winter War 2004, right before I was banished to the wilds of Edmonton, and at this point I still didn't know I was going. I was also apprenticed to Tangwystl that day, so it was about the most special event ever. Happy memories.

And while we're here, how about some linkspam:
If the shoe fits
Where beauty eats BRAAAAIINNS!
So hot! So cold!

And yes, I totally want that calendar.
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SCATTERGORIES: Copy the text below, erase my answers, then use the 1st letter of your name to answer each of the following. They have to be real places, names, things.. nothing made up! Try to use different answers if the person in front of you had the same 1st initial.. You CAN'T use your name for the boy/girl name question.

BOY NAME: Bradley
OCCUPATION: Bus driver
FOOD: Baked Beans (double points for alliteration!)
PLACE: Boston
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Your home is a

Athletic Gamer's Mansion

Your kitchen is stocked with chips, dips, and assorted caffeinated beverages. There's a pantry with emergency backup caffeinated beverages. You also have some breakfast cereals in there, but you haven't had breakfast since last Spring. Your master bedroom has blankets printed with images of Mario and Link. Your study includes unread copies of various gamer magazines, each purchased for the free demo CDs. One of your garages houses your Hummer, and others contain your H2, and H3... with room for an H4, if they ever invent one.

Your home also includes a guest wing and private quarters for your servants. Your guests enjoy your collection of every console and associated game ever made. Except the Intellivision -- those controllers drive them NUTS. Outside is your hedge maze and gardens, meticulously tended by a team of world-class botanists.

And, you have a pet -- a koopa named "Shelly".

Below is a snippet of the blueprints:

Build YOUR Dream House!

This is what you get when you spend all your time either playing WoW or Roller Derby. An odd combination if I do say so myself. Slothishly inactive paired with ass-kicking, blood pumping fierceness.

For Hel

Sep. 28th, 2006 03:52 pm
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1. Your Middle Name:
2. Age:
3. Single or Taken:
4. Favourite Movie:
5. Favourite Song:
6. Favourite Band/Artist:
7. Dirty or Clean:
8. Tattoos and/or Piercings:

HERE COMES THE FUN ... ... ...

1. Do we know each other outside of Live Journal?
2. What’s your philosophy on life?
3. Would you have my back in a fight?
4. Would you keep a secret from me if you thought it was in my best interest?
5. What is your favourite memory of us?
6. Would you give me a kidney?
7. Tell me one odd/interesting fact about you:
8. Would you take care of me when I'm sick?
9. Can we get together and make a cake?
10. Have you heard any rumours of me lately?
11. Do you/have you talk(ed) crap about me?
12. Do you think I'm a good person?
13. Would you drive across country with me?
14. Do you think I'm attractive?
15. If you could change anything about me, would you?
16. What do you wear to sleep?
17. Would you come over for no reason just to hang out?
18. Would you go on a date with me if i asked you?
19. If I only had one day to live, what would we do together?
20. Will you post this so I can fill it out for you?
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Merchant's Wife
You scored 56% nobility, 46% magic, 23% slavery, and 69% practicality!
You are the wife of a Viking merchant. You're more well-traveled than others, and probably live in one of the famous Viking trading towns, like Birka, Kaupang, or Ribe. Heck! You might not even live in Scandinavia! You could live in Dublin, Novgorod, or elsewhere. You've likely got lots of gold and amber jewelry and run a large household, but your husband is away a lot. You are a free woman and your life pretty much rocks.

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 99% on Nobility

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You scored higher than 99% on Magic

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You scored higher than 99% on Drudgery

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You scored higher than 99% on Practicality
Link: The Which Viking Woman Are You? Test written by SnoDragon on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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You scored as XIII: Death. Death is probably the most well known Tarot card - and also the most misunderstood. Most Tarot novices would consider Death to be a bad card, especially given its connection with the number thirteen. In fact this card rarely indicates literal death.Without "death" there can be no change, only eventual stagnation. The "death" of the child allows for the "birth" of the adult. This change is not always easy. The appearance of Death in a Tarot reading can indicate pain and short term loss, however it also represents hope for a new future.


XIII: Death


0 - The Fool


IV - The Emperor


II - The High Priestess


VI: The Lovers


XIX: The Sun


XVI: The Tower


XV: The Devil


I - Magician


XI: Justice


X - Wheel of Fortune


III - The Empress


VIII - Strength


Which Major Arcana Tarot Card Are You?
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You scored 75%!
Ah, a senator! You are a member of the ruling class in Roman society. Using your exceptional Latin skills you debate policy and vote in the interests of the people on important matters of state. You are a powerful individual, and your words catch the ear of the upper-class as well as your peers in the senate. Like all senators, you are ambitious. Hence, being a mere senator is not enough for you...

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 99% on Knowledge
Link: The Latin sayings Test written by NurseTim on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
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Which weasel are you?

Your weasel is the Domestic Ferret. You're cute, you're playful, you're mischevious, you love being at home with people. An ambasador of weaselness.Good news: You're the weasel everyone wants. Your good house manners, brought about by thousands of years of genetic seletion, make you housepet and weasel about town.Bad news: People STILL think you're a wild animal. You're not! You're a sucky wimp, okay?
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You scored as Richelieu. You are Cardinal Richelieu, prelate of France. Manipulation and puppetmastering are your stock-in-trade, and you always have two or three schemes going at once. You don't have a need for romance, because you figure lovers out too quickly and then they bore you. You are a treacherous friend and a downright dangerous enemy.




Edmund Dantes














Which Dumas character are you? (pics)
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Tagged by [ profile] firefred

Explain your LiveJournal name and its meaning.
Optional: When you're done, tag as many people as there are letters in your name.

Mine is my SCA name. I answer to it in real life, and in fact most of my friends right now know me as Eve, not as my legal name. My SCA webpage has a full story behind the name.

Tagging: [ profile] ashendari, [ profile] bridgeoutahead, [ profile] eliskimo, [ profile] kes_zone, [ profile] lace_belmort, [ profile] landsknecht_po, [ profile] real_jayde, [ profile] sui_001

Yeah, that ain't as many letters as in my name, but I know why the rest of you chose your names, so there.
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Your results:
You are Catwoman
The Flash
Iron Man
Wonder Woman
Green Lantern
You have had a tough childhood,
you know how to be a thief and exploit others
but you stand up for society's cast-offs.

Click here to take the Superhero Personality Quiz


Apr. 25th, 2006 04:34 pm
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meme behind the cut )


Apr. 14th, 2006 03:56 pm
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From [ profile] ya_inga, who didn't understand the quiz. Judging by the last few (loaded) questions, I'm going to say it is the "spoiled brat" list.

Do you have:
(x) your own cell phone (for a long time didn't have a home line and just had the cell)
() a television in your bedroom (a bedroom big enough to have a TV in - no)
() an iPod
() a photo printer
(x) your own phone line
() TiVo or a generic digital video recorder
(x) high-speed internet access (i.e., not dialup)
() a surround sound system in bedroom
() DVD player in bedroom
() at least a hundred DVDs
(x) a childfree bathroom?
(x) your own in-house office
() a pool
() a guest house (I don't even have a guest room, much less a whole house)
() a game room
(x) a queen-size bed or larger
(x) a stocked bar
(x) a working dishwasher
() an icemaker
(x) a working washer and dryer
(x) more than 20 pairs of shoes
(x) at least ten things from a designer store
() expensive sunglasses
(x) framed original art
() Egyptian cotton sheets or towels
() a multi-speed bike
(x) a gym membership
() large exercise equipment at home
() your own set of golf clubs
() a pool table
() a tennis court
() local access to a lake, large pond, or the sea
() your own pair of skis
(x) enough camping gear for a weekend trip in an isolated area (for how many? LOL)
() a boat
() a jet ski
() a neighborhood committee membership
() a beach house or a vacation house/cabin
() wealthy family members
() two or more family cars
() a walk-in closet or pantry
() landscaped yard
(x) a hammock (but I think it is still in my parents' basement, must pick that up in June)
() a personal trainer
() good credit (Honestly, I don't know)
(x) expensive jewelry
() a designer bag that required being on a waiting list to get
() at least $100 cash in your possession right now
(x) more than two credit cards bearing your name
() a stock portfolio
(x) a passport
() a horse
() a trust fund
(x) private medical insurance
() a college degree, and no outstanding student loans (2 degrees, still loans outstanding, don't know why these two items have to go hand-in-hand)

Do you:
() shop for non-needed items for yourself (like clothes, jewelry, electronics) at least once a week
() do your regular grocery shopping at high-end or specialty stores?
() pay someone else to clean your house, do dishes, or launder your clothes (not counting dry-cleaning)
(x) go on weekend mini-vacations
() send dinners back with every flaw
() wear perfume or cologne (not body spray)
() regularly get your hair styled or nails done in a salon
() have a job but don’t need the money
() stay at home with little financial sacrifice
() pay someone else to cook your meals
() pay someone else to watch your children or walk your dogs
() regularly pay someone else to drive you, like taxis
() expect a gift after you fight with your partner

Are you:
() an only child
() married/partnered to a wealthy person
() baffled/surprised when you don’t get your way

Have you:
() been on a cruise
(x) traveled out of the country
() met a celebrity
(x) been to the Caribbean
(x) been to Europe
() been to Hawaii
(x) been to New York
() eaten at the space needle in Seattle
() been to the Mall of America
() been on the Eiffel tower in Paris
() been on the Statue of Liberty in New York (seen it from Battery park, didn't go to the island though)
() moved more than three times because you wanted to
(x) dined with local political figures (my neighbour was board of control, have dined with him on occasion since I was 8)
(x) been to both the Atlantic coast and the Pacific coast

Did you:
(x) go to another country for your honeymoon
() hire a professional photographer for your wedding or party (father taught photography so, yeah, no)
(x) take riding or swimming lessons as a child
() attend private school
() have a Sweet 16 birthday party thrown for you


Apr. 14th, 2006 02:01 pm
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Go to Wikipedia. Type in your birth date (but not year). List three events that happened on your birthday. List two important birthdays and one interesting death. Post this in your journal.

June 2

Three Events
1763 - Pontiac's Rebellion: At what is now Mackinaw City, Michigan, Chippewas capture Fort Michilimackinac by diverting the garrison's attention with a game of lacrosse, then chasing a ball into the fort. (OMG, LOVE this story)

1865 - American Civil War ends - Forces under Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith surrender at Galveston, Texas, becoming the last to do so.

1925 - Wally Pipp, first baseman of the New York Yankees, asks for a day off due to a headache. He is replaced in the lineup by Lou Gehrig, who also starts the next 2,128 consecutive games.

1935 - Baseballer Babe Ruth announces he is going to retire from the sport.

1953 - Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, the first to be televised.

Two birthdays
1731 - Martha Washington, First American first lady (d. 1802)
1740 - Marquis de Sade, French author (d. 1814)
1982 - Jewel Staite, Canadian actress

One death
1941 - Lou Gehrig, American baseball player (b. 1903)

Honourable mention:
1897 - Mark Twain, responding to rumors that he was dead, is quoted by the New York Journal as saying, "The report of my death was an exaggeration."

And yeah, I can't count - so sue me. History is just too interesting darnit.
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I'm trying to get all my Livejournal friends' locations plotted on a map - please add your location starting with this form.
(Then get your friends to!)

And yes, having typed that subject line, I DO have the children's game show theme "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?" playing over and over in my head. Stupid ear-worm. I loved that show, and I so wanted to compete on it as a kid.


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