Aug. 4th, 2005

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I haven't updated in a while... Frankly, it's because my life was really boring and now that it's interesting I'm too busy. So, here goes:

Shawn's home!!! Yay! He came in last night and will be here until Sunday. I'm so happy! He's so much fun! I was kind of afraid he'd want his DVDs back cause I haven't had a chance to watch them yet, but it sounds like I can keep them for a while longer. Actually, we watched one of the movies last night. It's like the best movie ever. Of course, that's Miazaki for you (I can't spell). I saw Howl's Moving Castle on Monday and it was great. The one I watched with Shawn last night was the one that you never see anywhere, "My Neighbor Totoro." As I said, I loved it to death. It was the cutest thing ever. Shawn even says it's one of his favorites. He even told me the order to watch the other ones in. Kiki's Delivery Serivce next, then Spirited Away, Castle in the Sky, Princess Mononoke, Porko-Rosso, and, quote, Grave of the Fireflies when I'm in the mood for the "saddest movie ever." Then all I'll need to do is hunt down Nausicaa: Valley of the Wind and I've got the Studio Ghibli movies covered! These are the people that Pixar idolizes, so you know they're good. But I highly suggest Totoro to everyone.

Let's see, what else? Um, huh. I guess my life's just been boring otherwise. Oh wait! I thought of some stuff! Over the last month or so, I've been getting these weird red bruise things everywhere, and we think we've finally figured out how to stop them (I had to go to the dermatologist...), but they're going to take FOREVER to heal, and I can't wear long sleeves and pants when it's hot, so if you see me and notice all of that red stuff, that's what happened.

My mom will kill me for this next part, but I'm rather worried, even though she isn't. She didn't even tell me about it until a week ago, which made it that much worse, but I didn't want to mention it until we got the positive, which was today. Hear me out before you freak out and run out to buy flowers or something. The very short story is my mom has skin cancer. The long "there's nothing to worry about" story is that it's Basil Cell (sp?), which the the most common and easiest to take care of one. All they have to do is remove the skin (all of it, down to the bone) where the cancer is, and it's just a little tiny spot on the top of her head, and she's all good. Well, I don't know how it's supposed to heal, and I keep telling her we're going to go out and buy her a lot of hats, but yeah. I'm worried, but that's just me. It's nothing to freak out about. I just thought you all should know. The lesson here is: Wear hats and sunscreen!!!

Until something else interesting happens again:

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