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Old 04-14-2002, 03:30 PM   #1
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Ok, post stuff in your life you're most proud of /happy about

Hmmm...in no particular order:

1) Meaningful conversations/joking around with my family.
My birthdays, obviously. Holidays.

2) The good times with my friends.

3) Finishing primary school.

4) Finishing high school.
Various school trips.

5) Prom dance (and all of the parents clapping to us while we entered the hall with candles in our hands)

6) Getting my driver's license. (let's just say it took a while)

7) Entering university. (and let's not get into what came out of that)

8) Starting to look actively for a job. Getting some sort of direction and control. (trust me, i'm such a procrastinator and a chicken when it comes to making decisions)

9) Most recently, this place.

I forgot:

10) Having a good day in nature: riding my bycicle, climbing a hill, taking a walk with my Mom. It feels so good to get my lungs aired for a change...

11) Being lucky to have a healthy body&mind.

12) Having some special email pals. Simply by words helping out one of them in their dark hour.

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Old 04-14-2002, 04:03 PM   #2
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i tink i did a thread like this before...

Things im proud of:

1. Passing my exams last year

2. having a good family who love me for who i am

3. Having poifect teeth and nice skin

4. Going to see U2- sitting beside larys drumsitcks

5. Living in Ireland

6. Meeting Coldplay/ Lowgold

7. Getting to write for newspapers and being on the guestlist for movies

My most recent proud thing: My sunflowers and my little patch of garden in our masssive garden in the back


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Old 04-15-2002, 01:17 PM   #3
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Originally posted by bono-vox:
i tink i did a thread like this before...

Oooops, there was a thread like this before?

Oh well, just tried to add some positivety in here.

Nice list, by the way.

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Old 04-15-2002, 01:26 PM   #4
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Taking computer classes when I knew nothing about them and ending up getting a good job and lots of skills.

Getting my own place.

Meeting tons of people from interference and ending up making some really good friends.

Starting this dancing stuff having never danced before and am actually kicking ass at it. And I love it.

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Old 04-15-2002, 03:06 PM   #5
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graduating high school.
getting accepted to my #1 choice university on a full scholarship.
getting married.
passing my driver's license the first time.


i like the highlife and the lowlife. it's just the bit in between i find boring.
ME! all day, every day!
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Old 04-15-2002, 04:44 PM   #6
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that's funny U2girl, I came here with my story and find that your first point
1)meaningful conversations/ joking around with my family

is exactly what I wanted to express...only you are more concise

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~getting engaged to drgnwolf1969

~having the guts to change my major and transfer schools even though I had been planning on my old major and my old school since I was 5 years old

~having such a great relationship with my sister and parents

~having such great friends from high school that still keep in touch with me, even though I moved over 400 miles away and never see them anymore

"I'm nearly great, but there's something missing..."
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Old 04-15-2002, 08:28 PM   #8
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I liketh this thread...

~Trying out for and making a junior olympic volleyball team.

~The development of my smart assness. (It's a talent, not a gift)

~Getting an A on a lit paper that I thought I did terribly on.

~I'm happy I found this place too, it's a nice niche for me.

~Moving out last summer. That took guts and I'm happy I did it.

~Quitting my job and telling off my boss. *still feels good*

"Why do you have to be such a smart ass?" -my mom
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Old 04-16-2002, 02:09 AM   #9
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Learning computer skills, when I knew nothing about them.

Finding a job on my own, with no outside help.

Being there for my father and taking care of him while he was dying from cancer.

Travling clear across the country by myself to finally meet my U2 penpal of 7 years, who is Jezebel.

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