Things I don't love (see above re: order):
celery sticks, cold rain, closed-mindedness, abuse of power, Terry Pratchett, my habit of chewing on my cuticles, cherry flavored things (though fresh cherries are excellent).
All of the above to be updated - this is not a finite, nor finished, list.
I am silly, resourceful, and not naive
UPDATE: Well, the condo sold. YAY!
And I now live in North Quincy. And so far I LOVE it.
What happened to Lowell? -- Lowell city gov't isn't as keen on the arts as they had appeared. And with gas prices so high, I still can't afford a car, and I would feel trapped in Lowell without one. I don't feel trapped in Quincy - being on the Red Line is perfect for me.
This fall: paralegal classes. I want the promotion.
As of April 2008 I'm working on getting my condo on the market so I can move to Lowell. Yes, really. One of my favorite things about Lowell is that it has history, and that history is NOT colonial. I am so very tired of colonial history.