OK, I really am gone for good
I'm still going to stick around, just not posting any more journal entries. Goodbye, everyone!

Well, I think that this is goodbye

Did I say that I was leaving? Don't fool yourselves; I'm not going anywhere! I'm only saying goodbye to the stupid things that I have done over the years that I have been alive. </p>

Goodbye stupidity, don't let the door hit you on the way out.


Journal entry #4903
Today was really awful.

I got out of bed really late because my alarm clock has broken and I cannot afford a new one at the moment.

I'm so angry. No one really cares about what I think anymore; they all like that retard David Patrickson. I want to punch him in the face.

I want to tell the world to stop liking David Patrickson; he sucks and Justin Bieber is so much better than him.

I am updating this journal for the first time in ages, because I've been busy with unnecessary activities.

That's enough for now. But I'll leave you with this thought - sharing your life with strangers on the internet is the cheapest form of therapy available. Leave a comment and tell me I'm beautiful.

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Breaking a Bad Habit

I guess it's time for me to break a bad habit, one that I have had for a good while.

That habit is talking to imaginary friends.

Sure, there's a time in our lives that we spend talking to imaginary friends, but most of us outgrow the invisible friends before we reach high school. And that's about how long it has been since I have imaginary friends.

It pains me to say this, but I have to give up my imaginary friends.

Why, you might be asking?

Because I have realized that I'm getting too old for imaginary friends and I really need to get out of the house more and stop being afraid to talk to real people. While having imaginary friends is fine and dandy, there comes a point where you have to realize that that imaginary friend is not real and they shouldn't be treated as if they are real people.

Plus, they seem to be cutting into my storywriting time to begin with.

Anyway, for the next 40 days, I'm going to be taking a good look at why I held onto my invisible friends and eventually, letting those imaginary people go. The process will be long and hard and I'll have to deal with some tough issues from my past, but it's nothing that I haven't done before.

Well, I'll be back with more tomorrow.

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2013 Resolutions (Note, this is only a joke!)
In 2013, claireviolet resolves to...
Spend more time with my gleegirl17s.
Find a better alternative.
Admit my true feelings to mrs_eaves.
Drink four glasses of rock every day.
Start a dragongirl997 fund.
Learn to play the claireviolet.
Get your own New Year's Resolutions:

End of the Year 2012 Report
DECEMBER 31, 2012
After a year marred by the fact that the end of the world was imminent, it’s time to say goodbye to 2012 and all that implies. But before we go, we have some very important things that we need to discuss:

Best movies:
  1. The Avengers
  2. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
  3. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2
  4. Snow White & the Huntsman
  5. The Hunger Games
  6. The Dark Knight Rises
  7. The Amazing Spider-Man
  8. Skyfall

Worst Movies:
  1. Mirror Mirror
  2. Men in Black III
  3. Brave
  4. Ice Age: Continental Drift
  5. Battleship
  6. Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

For 2013, I expect more action, more fantasy, and less family-friendly fare. You hear me?


Best books to read:
  1. Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian
  2. The Mark of Athena
  3. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel
  4. City of Lost Souls
  5. The Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy
  6. The Serpent's Shadow
  7. Cloud Atlas
  8. Life of Pi

Best books to put into the fireplace
  • The Casual Vacancy

For 2013, I'd like to read more paranormal fiction (plus publish my own books, which I will do eventually)

Out of everyone, I say that these people had had a great year. They are as follows:
  1. Presient Obama: solely because he made Time Magazine's "Person of the Year"
  2. Lady Gaga: Third year on my list. What is she doing that is so cool?
  3. Queen Elizabeth herself: for jumping out of a parachute during the opening Ceremony of the London Olympics
  4. Gabby Douglass: The "Flying Squirrel" who stole a medal
  5. Michael Phelps: a.k.a. the Greatest Olympian od this generation
  6. Christian Bale: The Dark Knight reaches out to a town that was struck by an unspeakable tragedy. What a great guy!
Honorable mention: Peter Jackson, for giving us what we really wanted: a one-way ticket back to Middle Earth!

And yet, some of us weren’t so lucky. Those on my Wall of Shame in 2012:
  1. Angus T. Jones: is he trying to emulate Charlie Sheen? Nice try, but you're not "WINNING!"
  2. Linsday Lohan: go away and die, please!
  3. Miley Cyrus: Miley, do us all a favor and just drop off the face of the earth. Liam, you deserve better that that poor excuse of a brat.
  4. Rupert Sanders: Trying to break up Bella and Edward? Shame on you!
  5. General Petraeus: Shame on you! You broke our trust!
For 2013, I'd like to see some of them clean up their act.

Big Events: And some big events for all of us to NEVER forget…
  1. The London Olympics
  2. Summer of "The Avengers"
  3. Superstorm Sandy

And now for a list of things I just didn’t like this year:
  1. Glee (still can't stand the show!)
  2. family friendly movies (are they even necessary anymore?)
  3. YOLO (enough of that already!)

Yeah, we never saw this coming…
  1. Gangnam Style dance
  2. The Trololol Song
  3. saying the word "SWAG"
  4. The end of the Twilight movies
  5. Vampire love triangle (in which Kris chose Rob over Rupert)
  6. Troublemaking Prince Harry
  7. The London Olympics
  8. The Hunger Games movie

And yes, we have to say goodbye to some notable people who decided to leave us in 2011. And some of them are on this list:
  1. Dick Clark (No! NO! Not him! New Year's Eve just isn't the same without him!)
  2. Whitney Houston (great singer with a tortured soul)
  3. Donna Summer (The Queen of Disco takes her final bow)
  4. Larry Hagman (Goodbye, JR!)
  5. Michael Clarke Duncan (fine actor who was gone too soon)
  6. Thomas Kincade (a great artist meets a sad end)
  7. Eduard Khil (his song brought joy to the Internet. Troll in Peace)
  8. General Norman Schwarzkopf (the man who led us to Iraq during the Persian Gulf War)
  9. Fontella Bass (she rescued us from bad music)
  10. Ray Bradbury (goodbye, genius writer)
  11. Neil Armstrong (he who walked on the moon will never be forgotten)
  12. people who died needlessly in Sandy Hook, CT; Clackamas, OR; and Aurora, CO
  13. people killed by Superstorm Sandy
And as always, the brave soldiers who died defending our country and everything it stood for.
Other mentions: Robin Gibb (1/3 of the famous Bee Gees), Andy Griffith, Ernest Borgnine (goodbye, Mermaidman), Sally Ride (farewell to a spacebreaker), Dave Brubeck (composer of Take Five), Phyllis Diller (farewell to a comedian), Sherman Helmsley (thank you, trailblazer), Davy Jones (farewell to a teen idol) and so many others who will surely be missed

2013 is on its way...so let's hope we can ACTUALLY live to see it!

It Looks Like We'll Be Having Christmas After All!
If you're reading this blog post, it means that the Apocalypse came and passed and we're all living in the afterlife. Or as I like to call it, a new era.
Seems like God decided to spare humanity the worst of the horrors and give us all a second chance.

So there you have it.

Guess I'll be saying, "Merry Christmas, everyone!"


Well, today is called "the end of the world", and with that, the world is truly doomed.

Hopefully, there is still a God out there and He's willing to give humanity another chance.

I still want to blame someone for inciting this in the first place.

So, is this goodbye? I'll check in tomorrow to let you all know if I'm still here.

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Today is 12-12-12.

For one day only, we'll be celebrating the date known as 12/12/12.

Or as we all rewrite is as December 12, 2012.

So for a while, we'll have the following: 12 hours, 12 minutes, and 12 seconds on the 12th day of the 12th month of the 12th year.

Lucky us, right?

Well, let's enjoy it now, as this dat will only come one and will never be repeated again for the rest of our lives!

On Turning 30 (And All That It Implies)

It's official...I'm old.

Call me a sucker, but I think that turning a big number is quite overrated. I'm only saying that because I don' feel any older than I normally am. Is this a sign that I'm going nuts?

"Surely you *must* be happy on your birthday," I hear you say, but to be honest, we all have a birth day, which is the day that we are born. That's all.

In terms of speaking, they really don't do much for those who have passed a certain age, and now that the pressure is on me to settle down and build a family, I might have to give up a lot of things that once made me happy.

Such as everything that was great during my 20s.

Happy birthday to me indeed.

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