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Meaghan
22 September 2015 @ 05:41 pm
Good to know that most of my icons are from Titanic or DW and HP. Some things never change.
 
 
Meaghan
22 September 2015 @ 05:39 pm
I can't believe this site exists. I can't believe how often I used this site. Wow.
 
 
Meaghan
05 August 2010 @ 08:02 pm
HAPPY BIRTHDAY likegrecianart
 
 
Meaghan
10 July 2010 @ 11:38 am

Going to Minnehans go-cart today. It should be a lot of fun. Also I got an iPod touch so I can get on lj once in a while. Miss and love you all!

♥ Meg

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Meaghan
27 January 2010 @ 02:51 pm
Billie Piper did an interview with a local radio host in my city. Luckily they have the audio online for anyone wants to listen. Also, I fucking love Wease, it's a great interview: http://wease.fox951.com/pages/audio.html

♥ Meg
 
 
 
Meaghan
25 December 2009 @ 02:55 pm
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you all! I hope you all are having a great day regardless of your religious beliefs or what you celebrate this time of year.

Anyway, this morning was pretty awesome.

Gifts!Collapse )

Tomorrow I hang out with Hannah, so I'm really looking forward to that.

Will write my 30 Day Meme thing later today.

♥ Meg
 
 
Meaghan
24 December 2009 @ 11:25 am
Sorry I missed yesterday, I have a bit of a cold and I kind of forgot to do the meme. Anyway let's get back on track.

Day Sixteen's Theme: A song or song(s) that make you cry. I'll warn you now, most of my choices are either extremely well known, or not known at all unless you're a nerd.

"While Me Guitar Gently Weeps" -The Beatles

While I love the original, and I do, it's Martin Luther McCoy's rendition in "Across The Universe" that makes me cry like a bitch.

Titanic-Heaven (or The Dream)

While some people prefer to call this song The Dream, I prefer to call it Heaven, because deny it all you want, Rose dies at the end of the film, which is so beautiful. Anyway, I love this song, and it breaks my heart every time I listen to it, which of course makes it hard to listen to because I always end up crying.


Doomsday- Murray Gold (Doctor Who)

As a Doctor/Rose shipper, I feel no need to explain why this song makes me cry.

Day Seventeen- An Art Piece

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The Two Frida's by Frida Kahlo. My absolute favorite painting of all time. I love the conflicts that she painted here, between her traditional Mexican self that she was and the Euro-American that everybody else wanted her to be. It's amazing.

♥ Meg
 
 
Meaghan
22 December 2009 @ 04:14 pm
Today's Theme: A Fanfic.

I would write down several fanfics, but I honestly can't think of one that I could write about. My personal favorite fanfic is called "The Harlot's Potion" it's a Harry Potter fanfic, Snape/Hermione pairing, fucked up I know, but my favorite fanon pairing out there. http://ashwinder.sycophanthex.com/viewstory.php?sid=7404 It's sexual, but it has a very good plot, so if you're a Hermione/Snape shipper, go out and read it. If not, feel free to completely ignore this post.

♥ Meg
 
 
Meaghan
21 December 2009 @ 03:32 pm
Today's Theme: A Non-Fictional Book.

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Angela's Ashes by the late Frank McCourt. Angela's Ashes is the story of Frank McCourt's early life in Catholic Ireland. His father was a drunk who couldn't hold a job, and his mother was a sad woman who had lost several children. The fact that Frank was able to come out of his circumstances to become a strong, successful man is inspiring. Angela's Ashes is my favorite memoir ever written, it's heartbreaking and depressing and funny all at the same time.

♥ Meg
 
 
Meaghan
20 December 2009 @ 12:44 pm
So, as you probably noticed that I missed updating yesterday, I was out with my family celebrating Christmas. So yesterday, day twelve was a "Whatever Tickles Your Fancy" day, and I'm choosing to not participate in day twelve. I honestly can't think of anything to choose for a topic. However, today, day Thirteen's topic is "A Fictional Book" and I have one that probably tons of people have heard of, but not many people have read...possibly:

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Johnny Got His Gun by Dalton Trumbo. Johnny Got His Gun is the story of a man in World War One who is caught in a bomb explosion. He loses his arms, legs, sight and sense of hearing. It's a truly disturbing but moving and deep book. It really makes you think about the price of war, and what life truly is. I've never been so deeply moved or disturbed by a book in my entire life. I recommend that everybody read it at least once.

♥ Meg