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Jessica
14 February 2011 @ 09:47 pm
Finally watching the pilot episode (I have all episodes on my dvr, but haven't gotten around to watching them) and Aidan is HOT! Edward Cullen, who? This is a real vampire, no sparkles included.

Josh is a cutie as well.

I'm only 15 minutes in and I'm already very intrigued.
 
 
Jessica
12 February 2011 @ 02:33 pm


Your Dark Element is Fire



You are a very expressive and charming person. People who know you know that you are also unpredictable.

You can be a bit scattered and all over the place. Sometimes it's unintentional; Sometimes it's mischievous.



You are playful and quick witted. However, you wear out easily and can become cranky.

You are nervous and flighty at times. You are highly distractible and prone to get into trouble.


 
 
Jessica
12 February 2011 @ 02:27 pm
I sometimes feel like SOME Criminal Minds fans have absolutely NO sense. None whatsoever. I need people to calm down and take a deep breath. Contracts have to be renegotiated all the time. I know that recently CM has gone through a lot of turmoil, but CBS isn’t completely street-rat crazy. Cutting Hotch & Morgan would be complete suicide for their show.

Without Hotch & Morgan, and potentially still Prentiss, all you would have is Rossi, Reid, Garcia, and Seaver. Does that sound reasonable? Rossi isn’t going to take over the BAU, he’s been there and done that. Reid is never going to bust down anyone’s door. Sorry, but it’s not going to happen. Seaver is still a cadet, and technically wouldn’t be able to legitimately join the BAU for another 4 years (I would have said three, but I don’t know how much longer she has left in Academy training).

Sure they could hire new people, but there’s no way a show could survive four major characters being cut in the same year. Absolutely no way.

Remember that neither TG or SM have never made any comments about being unhappy about their roles on CM or made any comments about wanting to leave the show. If CM gets the green-light for the 7th season, I am 95% sure that both TG & SM will be there (I say 95% because you never know, things happen, for example: TG would give up CM in a heartbeat if it affected his family life too much, but I doubt that CBS would cause trouble for him six years in).
 
 
Jessica
08 February 2011 @ 08:10 pm


You Are Sex



This doesn't mean you have a wild love life, but it does mean that you are quite sexy.

You love to flirt, and you see where things go from there. You are uninhibited.



You are sure of yourself, and part of that means loving your body. It's not perfect, but you're proud of it.

People may accuse you of being a showoff, but you can't help it! You've got the goods.


 
 
Jessica
15 January 2011 @ 09:29 pm


You are The Star


Hope, expectation, Bright promises.


The Star is one of the great cards of faith, dreams realised


The Star is a card that looks to the future. It does not predict any immediate or powerful change, but it does predict hope and healing. This card suggests clarity of vision, spiritual insight. And, most importantly, that unexpected help will be coming, with water to quench your thirst, with a guiding light to the future. They might say you're a dreamer, but you're not the only one.


What Tarot Card are You?
Take the Test to Find Out.

 
 
 
Jessica
25 December 2010 @ 09:40 pm
Just wanted to drop in and say Merry Christmas to everyone. I hope you all get what you need and want, and have a wonderful day.
 
 
Jessica
15 December 2010 @ 07:46 pm
LOL, I know the subject makes it look like I'm wishing myself a happy birthday, but I'm not.

I would like to wish isisgodiva a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY.


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Mood: awakeawake
Music: Don't Make Me Over -- Glee Cast Version
 
 
Jessica
12 December 2010 @ 08:45 pm
I bought some Curlformers from Sally Beauty Supply (had a few problems with SBS, but they made it up to me) and I absolutely adore them.

They are these plastic mesh tubes in the shape of spiral curls, and need no heat to give you the perfect spiral. I bought them from watching a few Youtube videos, I made sure to watch the ones that were used on natural, black hair, my hair texture is 3C in the front and 4A in the back, which is really frustrating at times. So I wear my hair flat-ironed only. I dedicate an entire day to it (it takes about 4-6 hours to do, but I really do enjoy doing it. Music blaring and me doing my hair. Good stuff) which includes a treatment (egg yolk, honey, olive oil, and a little lemon juice), shampoo, deep conditioning, detangling, product placement, blow-dry, and flat-iron. It takes time.

But back to the point. These curlformers really do work. You don't have to use heat, but I do touch up my roots because they are curly and I hate fuzzy roots, although the curlformers do grip nice and tight so it isn't really necessary, but I like STRAIGHT roots. And then you place them, which takes practice, and leave them to dry (which can be a bit hard because you have no idea how to tell if the hair is dry. Some people sleep in them, I just leave them be for HOURS because your hair has to be soaking wet to place inside the formers). And then you remove them, which also takes practice, and you have perfect curls. Just beautiful.

My only mistake was that I didn't put enough product in my hair. I used not even a half a teaspoon of MoroccanOil (it was my first time using it so I didn't want to over do it and I under did it, majorly). I went out to Target today and bought some curl products that are supposed to enhance and hold curls, so tomorrow when I do it again, it should go much smoother. Because although the curls were great, my hair wasn't moisturized enough so my hair looked really dry. I also didn't pin curl them and just threw on a satin wrap after pineapple-ing my hair, so the curls did hold, but they were SUPER messy. I'm hoping that the products I got will help the curls to hold, so I'll be able to maintain them more. We shall see.

Video of Curlforners:

 
 
Mood: accomplishedaccomplished
Music: Nick Cave -- O Children
 
 
Jessica
11 December 2010 @ 09:20 pm
My branch location is supposed to be audited next week.

I'm not happy, in fact I'm dreading it, and I'm hoping that it happens on Monday because I won't be there.

I've only been working there for about a month, and all of the questions that are going to be asked (e.g. What do you do if someone makes a deposit of more than x amount of money? Who do you call? What form needs to be filled out if x happens in the branch?) I still have no real idea. I mean, I have a bit of an idea, but I can't just spout this stuff off at the drop of a hat. And if one of us fails the audit, the entire branch fails. Talk about pressure.

To make matters worse, we're being audited when the Teller Supervisor is on vacation. Why? Why couldn't they have come earlier?

I'm really unhappy about this.

I'm just hoping that they won't make me be audited. I hope they have a time frame of how long a person has to be with the company before they can be audited. Please baby Jesus please let this be so!
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Mood: anxiousanxious
 
 
Jessica
11 December 2010 @ 09:05 pm
What is the best song of 2010?


Shark in the Water by V.V. Brown

or

Hollywood by Marina & the Diamonds, really anything that she has done this year. Her album is amazing.