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CAPTAIN PICARD IS F*CKING HOT!!!





Hi All! Grades just came out for the Spring Semester 2020 and here's what I earned:


1) INTERNATIONAL LAW ----- A

2) FIELD EXPERIENCE ----- A

3) LEGAL WRITING ----- A

4) REAL ESTATE LAW ----- A


I made the Dean's List too! :)


One of my professors here at Clarion University told the class recently that Paralegal Program here is ranked # 1 in the nation and is ABA-approved/accredited. Wow! Now that DOES kick ass!!! :)



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BELIEVE IN LOVE!!!! (I LOVE ELTON JOHN!!!)



I LOVE THIS SONG!!! IT'S HIGH ENERGY AND ADDICTIVE!!! CLICK HERE TO CHECK IT OUT!!!



CLUBBED TO DEATH (Kurayamino Variation) THIS SONG RULES TOO!!!



NOW THIS IS WHAT I CALL GIVING IT YOUR 110%!!! :) :) :)









THE LIFELONG QUEST OF SELF DISCOVERY AND IDENTITY





MOTIVATION FROM ARNOLD SCHWARZENNEGER, THE TERMINATOR





Welcome to Leeann's Domain



IF I CAN DREAM BY ELVIS PRESLEY
(THIS SONG IS SO INSPIRATIONAL!!! KEEP THE FLAME AND DREAM ALIVE!!!)

















WATCH THIS SHORT VIDEO AND HELP PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD HAVE CLEAN, CLEAR, AND COLD HEALTHY WATER!!! THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!





SIR NICHOLAS WINSTON SAVED 669 CHILDREN DURING THE HOLOCAUST



MAPLE LEAF RAG ON A 1915s PIANO
I WANT TO LEARN HOW TO PLAY THIS!!!! KICKASS!!!!



LOVE STORY by Indila (I LOVE THIS SONG!!!)





SUPERMAN THEME (I LOVE THIS VIDEO!!!)





PURSUE YOUR DREAMS, SO YOU WON'T FEEL THAT YOU DIDN'T LIVE AT THE END OF YOUR LIFE





"PRAYER LOOP SONG" by SUPAMAN





INJUSTICES ENDURED BY THE NATIVE AMERICAN PEOPLE. WHEN WAS AMERICA "GREAT", DONALD TRUMP?



DANCING INMATES TO MICHAEL JACKSON'S "BILLIE JEAN"!!! THESE MEN ARE AWESOME DANCERS!!! I THINK WE SHOULD INCORPORATE THIS IN OUR PRISON SYSTEM HERE IN AMERICA. I READ THAT THE INMATES GET TO DO THIS ONCE A YEAR AND IF THEY MISBEHAVE THE DANCING IS TAKEN FROM THEM. IT MOTIVATES THE INMATES AND OCCUPIES THE PRISONERS' TIME IN A CONSTRUCTIVE WAY AND IS GREAT EXERCISE TOO (WITH ALL THE REHEARSALS). OUR JUSTICE SYSTEM SHOULD BE MORE RESTORATIVE. WE SHOULD STRIVE TO PREVENT THINGS FROM HAPPENING INSTEAD OF JUST PUNISHING PEOPLE AFTER THE FACT. AS THE SAYING GOES, "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE."







PLEASE HELP ME FIND THE LYRICS TO THIS SONG!!!! ONE OF MY FACEBOOK FRIENDS SENT IT TO ME AND NEITHER OF US CAN FIND THE LYRICS. I THINK IT MIGHT BE IN SWEDISH, SINCE YOU SEE THE "STOCKHOLM CITY" BUS IN THE VIDEO. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO EMAIL THE LYRICS TO ME AT MY EMAIL AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE. THANKS SO MUCH!!!





INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE OFFICIAL WEBSITE







HAVEN'T WE HEARD THIS BEFORE??? THE FAMILIAR DRUM BEAT OF WAR





DEMOCRACYNOW.ORG --- CHECK OUT THIS AWESOME SITE!!!



THE OCCUPATION OF PALESTINE IS A CRIME OF AGGRESSION AND IS AGAINST INTERNATIONAL LAW



BOYCOTT ISRAEL - Immortal Technique, Don Martin, Tumi, Eltipo Este, Tonto Noiza (LYRICS)



WE MUST NOT INVADE IRAN AND MAKE THE SAME MISTAKES AS WE DID WITH IRAQ!!!
WE HAVE BEEN AT WAR FOR 17 YEARS!!!
DO NOT REPEAT HISTORY!!!
EDUCATE YOURSELF!!!



JULIAN ASSANGE ARRESTED !!!
HELP TO FIGHT HIS EXTRADITION TO THE UNITED STATES





A LANDMARK CASE --- HELP CREATE ACCOUNTABILITY FOR WAR CRIMES IN GAZA



In Remembrance of Dolores O'Riordan --- "Zombie" --- Her lyrics confronted the collateral damage of political unrest. R.I.P. Dolores --- January 15, 2018 --- I love her original "Zombie" song and this cover by the Bad Wolves too.













THE LORD'S PRAYER (WITH ANDREA BOCELLI AND THE MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR)



HALLELUJAH CHORUS (FROM HANDEL'S MESSIAH)





THE UNITED STATES IS HELPING SAUDI ARABIA DESTROY YEMEN!!! WE MUST STOP!!!


GET STUPID by MADONNA


MY FAVE SONG AT THE MOMENT --- HAND ON YOUR GUN --- LOWKEY




THEY KICK ASS IN THE NETHERLANDS!!!!! :) :) :)


PLAY THIS TO IMPRESS YOUR FRIENDS!!!! :) :) :)








LA VIE EST BELLE!!! :) :) :)









Sometimes people will try to tell you what you are and are not capable of doing. People may give you unwanted and unasked for advice. If you're the one seeking all this advice, it means you're talking to too many people. Listen to yourself and have courage to take the first step and your life direction will follow. What should you do about the judgments and opinions other people have about your life and how you're running it???

See the photo below.







I think this guy is speaking in Turkish. I don't know what he's saying, but it sounds hot to me!!! (I think the guy is pretty HOT too!!!) I feel so happy to know that there are HOT men all over the world!!! :)



I think this guy is HOT!!! He's a hitchhiker, so that means he wants a ride. I'm willing to give him a ride. Enough said. ;)



TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE (HONESTY)







Please help Mali the elephant. She is so lonely, that she holds her own tail for comfort. She has lived for almost 40 years in a cement cage at the Manila Zoo. I signed a petition for Mali and shared her plight on Facebook with my friends. She needs to be around other elephants for her own well-being.



FREE MALI!!!



A MOVING AND INSPIRATIONAL TRUE STORY FROM A SURVIVOR OF AUSCHWITZ CONCENTRATION CAMP



Check out a great victory for Palestine!




PALESTINE CELEBRATES UNITED NATIONS VOTE RECOGNITION!!! WAY TO GO PALESTINE!!!!! :) :) :)


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LISTEN TO THIS TO UNDERSTAND WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE ISRAELI/PALESTINIAN CONFLICT




NOAM CHOMSKY: "IT WOULD BE NICE IF THE UNITED STATES LIVED UP TO INTERNATIONAL LAW"




(Click the link below)

INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT FOR PALESTINE





The Netherlands---The Home of International Law



NORMAN FINKELSTEIN --- AN EXCELLENT TALK ON THE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT



"A Source of Positivity All the Time”: Remembering Palestinian Medic Razan al-Najjar, Killed by IDF

CRADLE OF CIVILIZATION--"A MILLION DEAD PEOPLE DOESN'T EQUAL LIBERATION"--LOWKEY



PALESTINE RAP --- WHAT WE NEVER SEE ON THE NEWS IN THE UNITED STATES (BIASED MEDIA)

SOUNDTRACK TO THE STRUGGLE --- LOWKEY



AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR WHITE PEOPLE



NINA SIMONE playing "YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE" just as good as Liberace! WOW!!! I HAVE DIED AND GONE TO HEAVEN!!! RIP NINA SIMONE!!!

NINA SIMONE WEBPAGE


THIS VIDEO OF JULIAN SANDS ALWAYS PUTS ME IN A GOOD MOOD. HE'S SO HOT!!!



WHEN I RUN INTO MY FRIENDS!!! (I _LOVE_ THIS VIDEO!!!) :) :):)



WHAT'S WRONG WITH BEING CONFIDENT? (THIS SONG ROCKS!!!)



PRAYING FOR TIME


















Some Photos of Julian Sands
Check him out in the movies Warlock and Warlock 2!!!
















My Photo in My International Driver's License




My Student ID Photo for Leiden University






My New Pet! A lovable baby PENGUIN named Shang Tsung!!!



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My Interests/Hobbies









My College Graduation Photo








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Wien, Oesterreich (Vienna, Austria)

To see a collage of pictures taken in Wien, please click here.


To see a collage of the place where I resided while in Wien, please click here.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

To see photos of Madurodam in the Netherlands, click here.

To see photos of the beautiful Keukenhof Gardens in Holland, click here.


Spa, Belgium
Germany (I love hearing the German language spoken. It's kinda erotic to me ;)
Budapest, Hungary
French
Biking
German
Reading
Friends
Music
Ballet---Giselle rules!!!

To see my resume, please click here.























My Favorite Links





Feminist Majority Foundation Online Website
Angelfire Communications (Host of my page :)
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network













Personal Stuph :)







I love penguins so here's a hard working penguin for ya!





:) Bonjour toute le monde! Wie geht's? :) I'm 45 years old and am currently pursuing a double B.A./B.S. program in Paralegal Studies and Business/Finance at Clarion University in Clarion, Pennsylvania. I made the Dean's List during the Fall Semester of 2018 and was inducted into the NSLS national honorary during the Spring Semester of 2019. (NSLS stands for the National Society of Leadership and Success). I just found out that I made the Dean's List for the 2019 Spring Semester as well. At some point, I am hoping to study abroad again with International Business Seminars and spend a week or two in Asia. I am currently an undergraduate transfer student with a BA in psychology from Wittenberg University (Springfield, Ohio) and a MS from Shippensburg University (Shippensburg, Pennsylvania). I have finished my second masters degree from Leiden University in Leiden, The Netherlands, in 2004. My first masters is in general psychology and my second masters is in health psychology.

I was in Holland for roughly ten months. I got a mark of a "7" on my thesis. My adviser emailed me and wrote that "7" in Holland means "well done; more than sufficient." So, I'm very happy with my mark.


I just got back from my second trip to Las Vegas and Los Angeles this past June. I bought a new bike I love riding around too.




As for my future, I want to work for awhile and then decide my next step. I was pre-med my first two years of college and took biology, chemistry, calculus, and physics.

Last year, I saw Aida, a play about a timeless love story. The music was by Elton John, the lyrics by Tim Rice, and the play itself is very moving. It's about a Nubian princess, Aida, who falls in love with the man who conquers her country. The end is so sad! They are both considered traitors and are buried alive in one tomb. It made me cry. The guy was white and Aida, the Nubian princess, was black. I think interracial relationships are beautiful. Aida and her lover lived in a time where their love could not be. They vow to find each other after death....and in the present day, the play shows a museum and Aida and her lover meet each other again. I think it's so powerful that love can survive even death and be reincarnated and given life again. I think there is something to that.

In 2005 I saw the St. Petersburg Ballet Company from Russia perform the production Giselle. OMG! The dancing, the acting, the music was SOOOOO beautiful!!! And all the choreography is from the 1800s.


PLEASE! GO AND SEE GISELLE! YOU WON'T REGRET IT! :) :) :)


I went two years ago to Florida and South Carolina where I visited relatives and had a really nice time. My family spent one day at Disney MGM and one day at Universal Studios as well. We couldn't ride all the rides because we didn't have time, but I feel we hit the main ones. It was an awesome trip and I've created memories that will last a lifetime. I hope I'm as successful in life as my relatives are.

Also in 2005 I went to LA and Las Vegas and had an AWESOME time! I saw the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Beverly Hills, the HUGE mall in Glendale, waded in the Pacific Ocean at Santa Monica, and saw the world famous Hollywood sign in Hollywood. :) I loved all the shows in Las Vegas, especially Cirque du Soleil at Treasure Island and Airplay at the Tropicana. Buffets are VERY popular in Las Vegas and I do feel you need to have a car to really get around. It's not so bad walking from one casino to the next, but when you need to go far distances, the heat is just WAY too much and you're much better off getting a ride (and cars should have AC too!!!). We stayed in the Stratosphere Hotel and my sister and I rode two of the rides on top of the tower. We rode the Big Shot ride and the Insanity ride. My dad can't believe we actually rode them that high off the ground! The Stratosphere Tower is the highest observation deck in the United States. The rides on the Stratosphere Tower are the highest thrill rides in the world. My brother already wants to take us BACK to Las Vegas. Oh, and I got my hair colored red violet (mahogany violet). It looks really pretty, esp in the sunlight when the purple hues come out. I could get addicted to this. ;) I bought a knock off watch for $10 and it "looks" like the $700 one! :) It's my fave watch in the world now! :) My sister and I also went to a salon and had professional french manicures done....manicures AND pedicures. It was $33 for each of us....plus $5 each for the french manicure. It was a nice treat. I usually do my own nails....good thing too, because I can't afford always having my nails done for me like that. I got quite a few postcards mailed out here in LA and back in Las Vegas. It feels so wonderful to be traveling again. I love it. It was neat to see the "baby" Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas too. I was told the one in Vegas is 1/3 the height of the actual Eiffel Tower in Paris! They charge money to go up the "baby" tower, but the Stratosphere Tower is higher and you get a better view. (I'd say take a picture of the "baby" tower, but save your "viewing" money for the Stratosphere Tower.) In Las Vegas I also visited The Liberace Museum, home to one of the greatest pianist's who ever lived. I also got to PLAY one of Liberace's pianos. I had to tell them my training in music and on the keyboard. I told them I took private lessons for 5 years, have won awards for my playing, and still play on my own to this day. I played the accompaniment part to "One Moment In Time" and everyone clapped for me at the end! Wow! I guess that means I did Liberace proud! :) I also played a lyrical piece and a fast classical piece. What I couldn't believe is that one of the women who volunteers there told me that there was one woman who came who had a masters degree in music education and was a teacher. So, of course, they gave her access to Liberace's piano. Well, I was told that this highly educated woman at the keyboard just sat there and sat there and couldn't think of a THING to play. I told the woman at the museum that I couldn't believe that, especially with the fact that the woman was a TEACHER. I told the volunteer that my first piano teacher always said to have five songs memorized that you can play at anytime. He said if you don't have this and you're asked about your playing and then can't play anything, it really makes it look like you have nothing to show for all the work and all the lessons you've been taking.

All I can think of is maybe that masters music ed lady was just in so much AWE that it was LIBERACE'S piano she was about to play on....all her music left her memory. (?) I hope that woman at least played some chords.....I mean, she can't say she "played" Liberace's piano if she never pressed a key, right? I assure all of you that yes, I _DID_ play Liberace's keyboard. I especially loved the way he played Paderewski's Minuet in G. That song is so beautiful.

Liberace had SO many outfits, cars, pianos, and won 2 Golden Globe Awards....as well as an award for being the best show in all of Las Vegas! (Impressive indeed!) He loved playing with those big rings on his fingers and started off playing the piano by having weights on each finger. So, the volunteer woman told me that he built up muscles that most people don't....and it made him a virtuoso player. Liberace wants to be remembered as a good and kind person. He will be. I only wish I would've gotten to see him perform in Las Vegas before he died. The largest Rhinestone in the world is in the Liberace Museum. It was a gift to Liberace for always ordering crystals from this one shop in Austria. Liberace's orders kept the crystal shop from going into bankruptcy. It's a beautiful stone! It would be hard to make a ring or a necklace out of that one! :) Maybe someday I can look into if anyone has recorded DVD disques that I can buy and watch Liberace that way. I'll look into that sometime.



I am the oldest of five children and have three brothers and one sister. My brothers' names are Sammy, Robert, and Chris. My sister's name is Holly.




Sam is interested in the entertainment industry and lives in Los Angeles (LA). His first movie has a distributor and you can buy it online! To check out my brother's site and projects, click here. My brother Robert graduated from Lock Haven University. Chris earned his masters in computer science from Kutztown University and has done work for Lockheed Martin. He's thinking of going on for his PhD in computer science as well.



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Here's Holly, my sister (left), and Me (right)












I spent spring semester 1996 studying abroad in Wien, Oesterreich. My favorite thing to do in Vienna was to go biking on Donauinsel. It was so peaceful and gave me a sense of freedom that I have seldom known. It was a great feeling to know that no one in the world knew exactly where I was and that no one could reach me. I was totally alone and everything was entirely my schedule. Even though I missed my family and it was great to return to America, that feeling I had on the island is something I recaptured in the Netherlands....although I'd have to say always having a cell phone around made me still feel "connected" to the world. I didn't carry my cell phone with me that often and my classmates were somewhat put off by that.


I also travelled to Berlin, Potsdam, Hamburg, and Dresden, in Germany, as well as to Budapest, Hungary (while residing in Vienna). While residing in the Netherlands, I went to Amsterdam (of course), Spa, Belgium, and Oberwesel, Germany. I went to Spa and Oberwesel with my church in Amsterdam. (Unitarian Universalist). They're such a neat group of people. I miss them and wish I was still over there to go to the fall and spring retreats. There are neat people everywhere so I don't feel too depressed. I bet I could find a neat person wherever I went! :) I'm indebted to all the great, wonderful, helpful people I met in Europe who helped me out when I was utterly lost and confused. I wouldn't be here today without them and, with most of them, I don't even know their names. But I must say that there are friendly people all over the globe and I feel the crime and violence we hear so much about is overemphasized. I was vulnerable so many times to people overseas that it has served well to increase my faith in the goodness of humankind, especially with regard to the great guy I met in Dresden named Michael. We have gone our separate ways, but I'll never forget the wonderful eight hours we spent together. I have a fond memory that will stay with me until the day I die. Going abroad has increased my self-esteem as well as my belief in my capabilities concerning self-reliance. My words of advice to anyone planning to study abroad:



The young ones with glasses

(and contact lenses, as has been pointed out to me in an email, *smiles*)

know english.


From fourth grade to eighth grade, I took dancing lessons at Casey Sisters School of Dance


I took three years of acrobats, five years of jazz, four years of tap, and six months of ballet. (I don't like moving so slowly. I enjoy watching ballet though, because it's so graceful.) SEE GISELLE!!! :) :) :) :)


I was selected as a Casey Sister School of Dance Student of the Year in 1989.


Here's a picture of me in one of my dancing costumes.




To see more pictures of me in dancing costumes, click here.


To see a collage of photos from my childhood and teen years, click here.

To see my parents, click here.


My honors thesis I did as an undergrad was published in the professional journal entitled Child Abuse and Neglect in 1999. My study focused on patterns of child abuse that vary according to the chronological age of the child. What I found after retrieving data from a children's services center for the years 1990-1996 was that there are no significant age differences for physical abuse and emotional abuse, sexual abuse increases as a child grows, (girls are more likely to suffer sexual abuse), and neglect decreases as a child grows. (This is most likely due to teachers being able to observe the child in school. Of course, if a child is home schooled, it may take longer for authorities to notice the abuse.) If anyone needs motivated as to why we have a long way to go concerning children's rights, watch the true-life movie Bastard Out of North Carolina. It moved me to tears and it will undoubtedly shock the hell out of you.








I'm glad I've gotten so many compliments on my web page. :) Friends are people who accept you as you are. They see your flaws, but love you anyway. Friends help to make life worth living and have taught me that the meaning of life is in the living of it. Everyone must make their own path in life.






When I attended Weir Junior High School in Weirton, West Virginia, I won The Director's Award for Achievement when I was in eighth grade. I also competed at West Liberty and won 5 medals for "Superior" playing of pieces on both the piano and the flute. I was also First Chair Flute when I won the Director's Award. My name is engraved on a plaque, which is currently hanging in the band room.



My High School Achievements





Here is a picture of me when I graduated from high school, along with a photo of my proud grandparents. :)







Faculty Scholar of Class of 1993
PAWS Award (Pride, Achievement, Work, and Spirit)
Finalist in Centre County's 1992 Young Woman of the Year Program (Formerly Junior Miss)

To see two photos of me competing in YWOY, click here.


Received a letter complimenting my work from the late Vance O. Packard for a paper I wrote on him and how State College, PA, influenced his life.


This paper was accepted into the Pattee Graduate Library at PSU.
To find this paper on the PSU Library Information Access System (LIAS), search for the words "Vance Packard". Click HERE to do so. Log in as a "Guest".


Earned an "A" in Advanced Placement English
Earned a "B" in Advanced Placement American History







My College Achievements


Member of Psi Chi National Psychology Honorary
Member of Phi Beta Kappa National Honorary
Member of Wittenberg University's Honors Program
Listed in 1993-1994 edition of The National Dean's List
Member of Alpha Lambda Delta National Honorary
Third Place in Delta Sigma Theta Talent Extravaganza
Made the Dean's List at Wittenberg 5 Times (It would've been 6 times, but I took german pass/fail during my last semester at Wittenberg University.)











My Graduate School Achievements



3.8 MS Graduate Cumulative GPA


Earned a "7" on Thesis at Leiden University in the Netherlands




Clarion University (Started Attending During Fall Semester 2018)

Dean's List --- Fall Semester 2018

Member of National Society of Leadership and Success --- Spring Semester 2019

Dean's List --- Spring Semester 2019

Dean's List --- Spring Semester 2020





My Favorite Night Photo of Me





Deep thoughts welcome.




Here are some of my favorite metaphors/similes! :)


1) The little boat gently drifted across the pond exactly the way a bowling ball wouldn't. ---Russell Beland, Springfield


2) From the attic came an unearthly howl. The whole scene had an eerie, surreal quality, like when you're on vacation in another city and "Jeopardy" comes on at 7 p.m. instead of 7:30 p.m.---Roy Ashley, Washington


3) Bob was as perplexed as a hacker who means to access "T:flw.quid55328.com\aaakk/ch@ung" but gets "T:\flw.quidaaakk/ch@ung" by mistake.---Ken Krattenmaker, Landover Hills


4) Her vocabulary was as bad as, like, whatever.---Unknown


5) Her date was pleasant enough, but she knew that if her life was a movie this guy would be buried in the credits as something like "Second Tall Man"---Russell Beland, Springfield


6) The politician was gone but unnoticed, like the period after the "Dr." on a Dr Pepper can.---Wayne Goode, Madison, Alabama


7) His thoughts tumbled in his head, making and breaking alliances like underpants in a dryer without Cling Free---Chuck Smith, Woodbridge







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