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Alright, well my Profile was accepted so I can get started putting up some content, not that I've got anything to share really. All of my previous work is already uploaded on my other Website over on FreeWebs. So I figured while I've got nothing of my own work to really share that I'll just do a little blog to keep anyone who's interested updated with what's going on with me. Unfortunately that may or may not work out all too well as there's hardly anything going on with me, but in the future I'd like to hope there will be.
I just became a fan of the site on Facebook and I can see that there's a lot of discussions and things going around from Kay, so after this I'm gonna go check those out and maybe get to know some of the other users a little more, but I guess I should get onto some information about me.

The name's Andrew Kunz, if you didn't notice that on my Profile or the link that brought you here; I'm 19 years old and am really not looking forward to being 20 (I feel so old compared to all my friends who are still in their teens D= ). I'm still currently unemployed and am having a hell of a hard time finding a job, I've applied all over Town and only got a call back from McD's, but even with the interview under my belt, which I believe went extremely well, I didn't get the job. I'm checking out a few other places outside of town in hopes that I can get a job there, a few minute commute isn't going to kill me, might kill our truck, but worse case scenario I'll bike. Wouldn't be the first time I've biked ridiculous distances through harsh weather. I think my unemployment is the biggest issue I'm facing right now, that and this headache I've got right now... I hate waking up.
In more recent news I finally finished reading Stephenie Meyer's the Host: A Novel. I have to say it was a lot better than I had expected it to be and quickly took the #1 spot on my book list, knocking New Moon and Whispers by Dean Koontz into second and third. I think the best part of the whole story, if you've read it, would be closer to the end when everyone finally accepts her except for the old lady and Doc's hubby, whose names I can't remember off the top of my head. I found that I enjoyed from that part on more than I enjoyed any other part of the book. I cried a little throughout the entire end of the book. I'm not reading anything as of right now and I'm not really sure why; I've got Staked by J.F. Lewis sitting on my desk ready to be read, I just haven't gotten around to picking it up. I probably should, with nothing to do all day I could probably finish it in a day.

That's all I can think of as of right now that is occurring to me... Wait, I do have a little bit of content that I can share with you -- though I can't guarantee that I'll ever pick it up and continue working on it; it was just something I started writing while I was Camping. It seemed like a pretty decent idea at the time, but now that I look at it, I don't think it'll make it, I might have to go back and change it drastically if I want it to actually work.

The sun beat down on the pavement, causing ripples to rise from the street like ripples in a pond. The few clouds that hung from the bright blue sky drifted along quickly in the breeze. The variety of greenery that grew along the road watched as a single School Bus sped down the otherwise abandoned road. Life is a Highway by Tom Cochrane was blaring out of a Ghetto-Blaster that sat on the floor next to the driver’s seat which was occupied by Mr. Cartell. Mr. Cartell was a teacher at Hillary Hills Secondary School and was well known for organizing field trips that were open to any student in the School. This time around he had organized a Camping trip for nine students at The Pinery Provincial Park. They had left the School’s parking lot two and a half hours ago and according to Mr. Cartell, would be arriving very soon at the park’s entrance.


That's about all I've got typed up right now, I've got a few more pages written up in my notebook, but I kind of lost hope with it and decided not to copy the rest onto my Computer. So that's it for me for today, you might see me around the site, replying on discussion boards and what not, so I'll see you all there! Ciao.

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Comment by Kay Elizabeth on September 17, 2009 at 10:53pm
Hey there Andrew, nice to see you! Glad you popped in. I hope you pick something up soon work wise. Sorry about the McD's job - you know sometimes there are other forces at work you just can't account for. It could well be the perfect job is around the corner for you that you would miss out on if you'd taken that on, so don't lose heart. If nothing else it gives you interview experience. :)

I like the idea of the greenery watching. Nice job there.

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