August 28th, 2005

Kaylee Pretties

Classic Leading Man Test

Jimmy Stewart
You scored 23% Tough, 14% Roguish, 57% Friendly, and 9% Charming!

You are the fun and friendly boy next door, the classic nice guy who
still manages to get the girl most of the time. You're every nice
girl's dreamboat, open and kind, nutty and charming, even a little
mischievous at times, but always a real stand up guy. You're dependable
and forthright, and women are drawn to your reliability, even as
they're dazzled by your sense of adventure and fun. You try to be tough
when you need to be, and will gladly stand up for any damsel in
distress, but you'd rather catch a girl with a little bit of flair.
Your leading ladies include Jean Arthur and Donna Reed, those sweet
girl-next-door types.

Find out what kind of classic dame you'd make by taking the
Classic Dames Test.

This test tracked 4 variables. How the score compared to the other people's:
Higher than 42% on Tough
Higher than 44% on Roguish
Higher than 90% on Friendly
Higher than 5% on Charming
Link: The Classic Leading Man Test written by gidgetgoes on Ok Cupid
Hero of Canton

Misc. Weekend-y stuff

Prof. Steven Tomlinson's play is something I'm going to go see. The may taught economics and was such a moving teacher that I can't imagine anything he written won't be profound. He's one of those rare 'O Captain, my Captain!' type of teachers.

Eve visited this weekend and we hung out Saturday, had some yummy steaks, looked over pictures from my tiny insignificant park, and watched the lake and some TV. Good times. We also had a nice breakfast at Freda's seafood restaurant before she had to amscray. I'm glad somebody came up to visit me.

Discovered there's more to Lakeway than I thought including a bunch of stuff.

Being home is nice, as is easing back into school. Starts up on Wednesday, but I'm catching up on my school e-mail and there's some stuff I need to handle, plus buying books and stuff.

I'm not looking to going back to school, not for the school or homework, but for the uncertainity this year will bring. We have to start looking for jobs when we graduate, and there's still such a wide variety of things I can see myself doing it's somewhat overwhelming. I just hope after all is said and done I'll find a good position that's a fit for where I am in life.

I also wanted to say I like New Orleans, please don't let it be wiped off the map.