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April 27, 2002

April 27, 2002 at 12:00 AM

Happy (19th) Birthday To Me! ^_^

Had a nice little party yesterday at a place called the Star Grill...No friends were there, just all of the relatives that could make it =P

I didn't get much in the way of gifts, but it didn't matter, as I couldn't think of anything I wanted/needed ;P

If you wanted to know what I got, it included: One Tempur-Pedic Home/Office Seat Cushion (you wouldn't believe how comfortable these things are =) ), one Micro-Photon Light II (really bright, it only takes a second for it to juice up anything that glows in the dark, and it's in my favorite color: Sapphire Blue! =D ), and $305 in birthday card money ^_^

There's not much in terms of updates...All I did was some cleaning up of my Links. Still, it's something...And besides, can't I have some time off to enjoy my 19th birthday? =P

April 5, 2002

April 5, 2002 at 12:00 AM

My 19th birthday is in three weeks and one day ^_^

I got some new things during the Easter holiday, including the Visibone Web Designer's HTML Card I ordered a few weeks ago, and a gel mouse pad (with the wrist rest separate from the mouse pad =) ) optimized for mice using optical technology. But you say that I've been using a ball mouse (or to be more specific, an IntelliMouse Pro), right? Well, I did...But now I have a nifty IntelliMouse Explorer with optical technology (with cord...No wireless technology for me, you'll see why in the next statement)...No more cleaning, control is much more accurate, and I have two extra buttons to mess around with =D

A word of caution to those who use the mouse for quick, slight movements, if you're looking for a new mouse: Stay away from the wireless versions. Sure, the elimination of the cord is nice, but movement tends to be jerky, it almost never registers slight movements with the mouse, it's (relatively) heavy, and it requires batteries...But if those things don't bother you, then go ahead and get one ^_~

I've added a new page to the RP Characters portion of the site, pertaining to Excalibur, and it can only be found from his page: It is called "Excalibur's Creations", and lists what has been (or will be) created in his laboratory.

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