Friday, July 31, 2009

Apparently I'm 30

Tick all that apply...

[x] I know how to make a pot of coffee.
[x] I keep track of dates using a calender.
[ ] I own more than one credit card.
[ ] I know how to change the oil in my mum's car.
[ ] I do my own laundry.
[ ] I vote every election.
[ ] I can cook for myself.
[x] I think politics are exciting.
[ ] I balance my checkbook.
[ ] My parents have better things to say than my friends.
Total : 3

[x] I always carry a pen in my pocket/purse.
[x] I've never gotten a detention.
[x] I have never smoked a cigarette.
[x] I have never gotten completely trashed.
[ ] I have forgotten my own birthday at least once.
[ ] I like to take walks by myself.
[x] I've watched talk shows.
[x] I know what 'credibility' means without looking it up.
[x] I drink coffee at least once a week.
Total : 10

[x] I know how to do the dishes.
[x] I can count to 10 in another language.
[x] When I say I'm going to do something, I do it.
[x] My parents trust me.
[ ] I can mow the lawn.
[x] I can make adults laugh without being stupid.
[x] I remember to water the plants.
[x] I study when I have to.
[x] I pay attention at school/college.
[x] I remember to feed my pets.
Total : 19

[x] I can spell 'experience' without looking it up.
[ ] I work out on a regular basis.
[x] I clean up my own mess.
[ ] The people at Starbucks know me by name.
[ ] My favorite kind of food is take out.
[ ] I have gained weight since middle/high school.
[ ] The first thing I do when I wake up is get caffeine.
[x] I can go to the store without getting something I don't need.
[x] I understand political jokes the first time they are said.
[x] I can type quickly.
Total : 24

[x] I have realized that the weather forecast changes every hour.
[ ] My only friends are from my place of employment.
[ ] I have been to a tupperware party.
[x] I have realized that no one will take you seriously unless you are over the age of 25 and have a job.
[ ] I have more bills than I can pay.
[ ] All my friends are older than I am.
[x] I can say no to staying out all night.
[x] I use the internet every day.
[x] My wardrobe hasn't changed in a while.
[x] I can read a book and actually finish it.
Total : 30

Add up all the ticks.
My real age is: 30

It does sound kind of right, actually. 30 seems like a good age. It's strange to think that I'm 15 and in 15 years I'll be 30.

In other news, Adie came round today. We walked around a local park and back at home ate pizza and looked up some funny things on the internet to do with Hannibal and Freddy Krueger. They're the kind of things that only a few people will understand. It was fun :)

I think tomorrow I'm going to a local event thing with two friends, Laura and Shannon.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Surprise surprise

London was great. Really great. I've eaten so much Japanese food over the past few days that I can't handle anymore for now, but I loved it.

I'll probably go into much more detail soon about the other, non-food, activites, but overall it was a very good holiday. Most of my family holidays are to European cities. It's just easier as it's only me and my parents, we don't have a car and all love culture, food etc. so it makes sense to go to places like London, Paris, Brussels, Dublin et al.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

It's not an escape from reality...

It's a return. To me, it's still my hometown. My current location just happens to be a place that I am begrudgingly forced to live in.

Yes, it's London. When I'm there, I feel like there's nothing stifling me at all. I feel that I can do almost anything there.

Lots of people go abroad to foreign, sunny destinations. I hate sunbathing and though I love travel, finding vegetarian food is often a big problem.

But London's perfect just as it is. I'll visit museums and art galleries and probably eat some sushi along the way. If I were an art and food critic, I could do that everyday :)

See you in three days.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Oh yes, on a nice note...

I spen the day at Sam's house. First we made chocolate cakes with icing and Smarties which first looked lik poo as Sam said but turned out very nice. Hence, we ate 7 each :)

After that we went bike-riding through a local park but the whole venture lasted about 10 minutes as that was all it took to ride through the park and back. After that we watched some really random channels that he gets because of Sky including numerous religious channels, virtual horse riding and Cowboy Dan teaching good manners and persuading children that 'cowboys don't need guns to have fun'. we also watched various JML shopping channels which provided entertainment that no one would have forecast.

All in all, it's been a nice day. Seeing both Hershi and Sam in one week has been great :D

Friday, July 24, 2009

Could things be working out, maybe?

I didn't do much today. First I ate BBQ beans and fried mashed potato and then my mum went to town and I basically just watched TV from then on. First I watched 'You Have Been Watching' which takes a cynical look at some of the TV of the week. That was amusing and made me want to watch the programme in which an elephant, a crocodile, a giraffe and a whale are dissected. Next I watched 'The TNT Show' which is puerile according to my dad, and I kind of agree, however it's still mildly enjoyable though a bit too scripted to allow any of the presenters' potential and latent charisma shine through.

After that was a programme about the world's oldest mothers who were impregnated via IVF. It does seem very wrong for a 70-year-old women to carry a baby and I think the upper age limit for IVF should be about 50 or perhaps 55 at a push. The concept of this does seem a bit strange to me as these women's eggs have been used up so they have to use donor eggs and that, of course, makes them not the biological mother at all. However, I'm not against adoption and it's a similar idea in that respect.

Finally, I watched a programme called 'Boob Job - My Big Decision' which followed two girls, one 17, one 13(!), who wanted breast implants and embarked on a journey which tried to put them off it. In the end it worked and it was very intriguing however some of the links that were made between wanting larger breasts and other factors in their life were a bit sketchy.

I'm supposed to be going bike-riding with Sam this weekend but I don't know what day or anything like that. But it sounds nice. I'm going to London from Monday to Wednesday which will, of course, be good. London's never disappointed me, hence the reason that I'm determined to live there from the age of 18.

In London, I want to go to a proper sushi restaurant. Not just Yo! Sushi. I'd love to go to Nobu, but I doubt they'd have many vegetarian options. Might see some celebrities in there, though.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Call me controversial...

But is wearing swim wear, even a one piece, much less risky and dangerous than posting provocative and revealing pictures on social networking profiles?

Obviously, a sports swimming costume offers much more coverage than a skimpy bandeau bikini, however we still must consider the fast that at the bare minimum the entire leg area is out and much more can be shown when venturing into the fashion swimsuit territory.

It's not that I hate my body, it's just that I ask myself these questions: would I go out in public wearing my underwear? No. Would I post pictures of myself in my underwear on social networking sites? No. So why would I feel comfortable when I'm wearing the same amount of material in front of however many swimmers at a swimming pool or beach? We all have the picture of old, perverse men glued to their computer screens ogling teenage girls' profiles on Myspace or Facebook, but really what's to stop these men taking themselves out to public locations where it's customary to wear very little? And who can stop them looking? Nothing and no one.

I love swimming and I'd never really considered this comparison before, but sometimes I do wish that swimming costumes were made in the shape of actual clothes that I feel completely comfortable in. Even something dress-like. Just not the bare minimum. And no, I don't want a tan either.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

A day with Hershi

It was really nice :) Fun, and rather interesting, too. She came round and we ate pizza and various other things. That was when we weren't doing quizzes on the internet. I've learned that I'm incredibly neuro-typical. Me and Hershi almost always had opposite answers which was very intriguing. Hershi also filmed one of my cats, Driss Fatih (the fat, deaf one), licking some cream out of a tub and then cleaning herself. It was very amusing because she has a fat face and the cream tub was long and thin so she ended up coating the floor and herself in the substance. She was definitely the cat that got the cream after that!

Also, another proverb occurred when my other cat, Mitty (the lean, normal but slightly aggressive and incredibly fussy and fickle), went inside my Primark bag but then went out, so the cat was let out of the bag.

I think reading Post Secret and listening to Regina Spektor go incredibly well together.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Isn't it amazing how things change?

I just regained contact with a boy I knew four years ago, when we were 10/11. At first he didn't remember me, but when he did he described me as 'quiet, tall and a bit chunky'. A very accurate description.

Yes, I was really rather quiet quite often. And I was one of the tallest in my class. That's always the way it's been. And, oh yes, I was fairly chubby. This fat didn't disappear until I was about 13.

Thankfully, nowadays I express my feelings whenever I want to. I'm still tall, but this is good and thankfully I'm a healthy weight now. It's fine buying adult clothes when you're 15; not so much when you're 10 because you're too big for children's clothes.

If I was ever going to use the title 'Breaking Free' for a blog post, it would be now

For the majority of my life, most people around me have thought of me as a goody-two-shoes, sensible, mature, intelligent person. Those who got to know me better discovered that I could also be very silly and daft, and quite funny, too. My closest relatives and friends know I'm not always the reserved individual adhering tenaciously to all rules and regulations.

Honestly, in the past year I've tried to show my rebellious side a bit more when appropriate. I worry that if I always obey every rule my life will turn out fairly boring. Marilyn Monroe did say 'Well behaved women rarely make history'. That's true. One doesn't have to be a criminal, just a little devious from time to time. Stray from the norm, experiment and take risks along the way.

I've done a few things that some would consider 'bad' in my time, such as:
  • Every time I went to town with Sam when we were about 11/12, we had pretend coughing fits at smokers
  • I posted a crisp packet through a letter box because I saw something similar on the Peep Show
Well, there's plenty of time to break the rules (within reason) in the future :)

:O What a coincidence?! That 'Bad to the bone' song just came on!

Sunday, July 19, 2009

'Someone next door is fucking to one of my songs'

I do rather like that lyric. Of course, it's from a Regina Spektor song. Bobbing For Apples, in fact. I think if I could be anyone in the world, I'd choose Regina Spektor. Or Julie Atherton, perhaps.

I believe that the title of this post contains the first swear word to grace my blog. Probably because generally I don't swear in normal conversation, only when quoting or acting. It's not because I'm prudish - swear words in context can be incredibly effective - it's just that in natural conversation I don't feel the need to swear. And I'm not going to force myself to say something just because everyone else does. But I don't mind when others swear, as long as it's not simply a meaningless conversation filler like the abbreviation 'LOL' when the person isn't actually laughing.

That said, I do love making people 'LOL' if they really are 'LOL'ing. Whenever I talk to someone online, I secretly squeal with delight when I can tell that they have genuinely 'LOL'ed :)

I can now download all those little-known Regina Spektor songs that weren't even on albums, so that's exceedingly good :D

That's all.

I know I'm not very British

Commenting on and complaining about the weather is a very British thing to do. I don't do it. I'm only half British anyway - the other half of me's Irish. I'll say one thing, though; I like the rain. I like it so much more than the sun :)

I'd love a digital SLR camera with an amazing shutter speed. Specifically one of 1/500 of a second so I could take awe-inspiring pictures. I know that this is a good shutter speed because recently in a newspaper I saw a picture of a bubble popping that was captured with a camera with that amenity. I want to take the kind of photos that can only educe the word 'Wow'.

It's unfortunate the rain is an amazing time for photography when so many cameras aren't waterproof.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Sometimes I like posting twice in one day

Sometimes I don't post at all in any given day.

Some people think I'm predictable, but a lot think I'm unpredictable. Well, I can be both, I suppose.

I have Mexican lime and chilli crisps from M&S. They look really tasty. I'm rather fond of M&S. No, I'm incredibly M&S :)

I recently discovered (well, I'm one of thousands to discover) two Regina Spektor songs that I hadn't heard before. Ne Me Quitte Pas is quite lovely and I also heard a version on the ukulele which I love nearly as much. Bobbing For Apples is just as sweet, but with a different tone. Again, I love the ukulele version that I've heard, too. <--- She did both the ukulele covers. I adore her voice. Endearing and powerful at the same time - a rare combination.

I watched Big Brother last night and one of the new housemates, Bea, showed the most amazing dress I've ever seen (I think). It was yellow with mushrooms (probably magic ones) on and I love it. If I ever see a similar one, I shall have to buy it.

I'd describe my style as a mixture of bohemian and vintage. This would seem odd to anyone who knows me as I don't normally wear these clothes. Well, that's because I haven't bought new clothes for a long time. It's not that I don't want to, and I've got plenty of money saved up to buy them - my parents are even willing to buy me plenty. For some reason, no matter how much I want to buy clothes, I just never feel like it. But soon, I promise myself.

I post frequently about Drama

I know my love for it is inate, so that's most probably why.

I'm considering creating a Tumblr. For those who have not been swept by this new craze, it's kind of like a blog but a bit more random. Typical content includes short quotes and excerpts, beautiful pictures and cute little poems and songs. This wouldn't be instead of this, but as well as. Just a place where I can have a little less structure.

Three good things that happened today:

1) I ate a yummy wild mushroom and asparagus pie with cheesy mashed potatoes, followed by a Galaxy milkshake.

2) I decided on something to put in my 'About Me' section.

3) For dinner I had a lovely fried tofu bake from a local health food shop.

So, yes, two of those were about food. But I seriously love food. More than music, even. Now, I know this may sound strange as we all have to eat, but music isn't vital to survive. However, if I was given the choice of basic food with plenty of good music for life, or delicious, gormet food and no music, I would choose the latter option. My philosophy is that as we are obliged to eat, we may as well eat good-quality food and occasionally indulge.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Allow me to review

Plans for the summer. Let's see...

I wanted to go to a Youtube gathering and meet some of the people I'm subscribed to, but I don't make Youtube videos so I'd feel a bit strange doing that. I'm determined to go to the next gathering if I decide to make some kind of videos.

I think Hershi's coming round at some point. I'll probably see another friend, Adie, fairly soon, too.

I know I'm seeing Avenue Q for the fifth time soon :D

I must visit Sam, a friend who I have now known for 9 years :O Wow. That's well over half my life. In fact, he was one of my first friends that I made when I moved to where I live now from London. It's people like him, Hershi, Adie and all my other closest friends that make me appreciate moving here.

Also, Lucy. She's in Great Ormond Street Hospital at the moment, (hopefully) receiving treatment for a very complex and painful ear condition. She's the youngest person in the world to have this, so it's incredibly difficult to treat. When she's out and (again, hopefully) better, I need to see her.

I plan to write an article/column for a newspaper as per the suggestion of my parents. Maybe something about food, or life.

I've got to do History, English and Drama coursework. It doesn't seem that bad.

I plan to lead my Sims 3 family, the Wolffs which has now become the Crumplebottoms (yeah, stupidly I did it the old-fashioned way by accident) to the 10th generation. Yes, it's very ambitious, but I love this family. I at least want to see a sim go from birth to death. I've seen the oldest member of the family die, but I only watched him grow from Young-adulthood. The family is currently in the 3rd generation and I've never gotten this far before :D

Okay, on an unrelated note, the title of this blog is now defunct. My hands have miraculously become reistant to excessive washing and are now a relatively normal colour, and my nails have been bare for a long time. Oh dear.

Everyone's going to Norway

Well, hyperbolically speaking. In reality, it's actually only 6 people that I know/know of. Still, quite a high concentration.

In other news, the summer school drama piece turned out amazing. It was particularly impressive seeing as they are 10-14 year olds, some of which have never done real drama before, who have a week to construct a play.

I was convincewd that it was going to be the least cohesive thing I'd ever seen on stage - it had pirates, sci-fi and an amalgamation of monologues, duologues and other little pieces set in the woods, at train stations and airports and in a tailor's shop - but incredibly it all worked in the end. Occasionally bits were forgotten but me, Amber and the two teachers were there at the back to remind them.

Overall, I was very proud.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Music and miscellaneous...ities

I love this song at the moment. Probably always. Particularly the steel drums. It's incredibly hedonistic.

Originally I heard the song on the radio through the wall separating my bedroom and the office. I vividly remembered hearing the phrase 'Shock shock horror horror' and thankfully through that I found it.

Generally, I don't like 'old' music much. That previous song, from the 90s, is about as far back as it extends. Except for this.

Today, just as I was savouring my ability to stay in bed at 9.30 am, my mum came into my room with a phonecall from my drama teacher. I'd signed up to help with a drama summer school for Gifted and Talented children and she needed my help today and tomorrow. I agreed and promptly got ready and rushed to my school, hair still rather wet. Thankfully, a friend from my drama class, Amber, was also there so I wasn't completely swamped by children aged between 10 and 13.

It was strange feeling different and having authority, but good. Everyone thought we were some kind of drama professionals... That is until I fulfilled my childhood dream of rolling down the sloping purple corridor at school.

I think we did help the performers with their pieces. I could tell they already had a lot of potential and will be good in further drama opportunities. One girl in particular, Bethany, seemed mature beyond her years and very independent. She knew hor to lead her group, however there were a few arguments when she was accused of being bossy.

It's their performance tomorrow and Amber and I may have to take some parts in it but that's fine. We're working on a Sci-fi voiceover thing so I better go and devise that now.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009


So, even though I know I saw that Bruno was a 15 somewhere, it turns out that the 18 version is currently being shown (it has three minutes including something about pretending to have oral sex with a dead body) so I couldn't see it. The woman serving us at the cinema asked me how old I was and I knew that she wouldn't believe that I was 18. I've always looked older than my age, but I think now it's catching up with me. To be fair, I wear no makeup and often have my hair up so that does make me look younger and it wouldn't be too hard for me to look 18. Apparently in a few weeks (once all the >18 year olds have seen it) they'll start showing the 15 version. I think I'll just wait for the DVD. I don't want to miss out on any extra rudeness :)

I did feel like giving the woman a lecture. Really, how much worse can Bruno be than Borat? That was a 15, and a very good one too which I've seen many, many times. That has racism, sexism, strong language and a long scene consisting entirely of two naked men fighting in a hotel and eventually ending up on stage in front of hundreds of people at a cinema.

Me and my father then went to Starbucks where I ordered a chocolate cream Frappuccino but it took a long time so my dad went to check and it turned out that my first drink had been taken by another customer. We ordered again, and after a while my second drink had been customer. Frustrated, we ordered for a third time. Thankfully, it got to us then and was upgraded to the largest size for free.

So, I suppose it all worked out alright in the end. I only have to wait a few months to see Bruno. Still, it's quite disappointing.

On an irrelevant note, I've never been able to eat ice cream from a tub, for these reasons:

1) I like to decide how much of something I'm going to eat so I don't overindulge, and with a tub it would be quite easy to finish the whole thing off.

2) What if someone else wants some of the ice cream? I know I wouldn't want someone else double-dipping their spoon into my potential dessert.

3) I'd feel so... well, I assume I'd feel like those women on sit-coms that eat ice cream to get over ex-boyfriends.

So I like bowls. M&S ice cream bowls :)

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


I am under the firm belief that one of the best things anyone a little unhappy with life can do is to make a list of the good things in life. At least 10.

1) I'm fortunate. I have amazing family and friends, lovely pets, solid shelter, a warm bed, three meals a day, unlimited hot and cold water, good health, adequately fitting clothes and shoes, my own room, an education, a computer, a TV, books, toiltetries, music, holidays, money, opportunities etc.

2) I'm surrounded by people who support me and encourage me to try new things even when I'm doubtful that I'll be good enough.

3) I have good GCSE grades and should be able to get into the college of my choice.

4) I have a follower :D

5) I have the belief that though my dreams are ambitious and often outlandish, they're still achievable.

6) I'm quite tall, my hair's very healthy with no split ends though I haven't cut it in two years, my cheekbones are well-defined and I have a fast metabolism.

7) I've found a hobby that I love so much I'd be willing to do it forever as a career.

8) I mean something to people.

9) I always have London to return to.

10) I'm going to see Avenue Q in a month and 5 days :D

And, now that I think about it, there are quite a few more things, but that's enough for now. I may also start stating three things that have been good about each day. Okay, for today:

1) I went to a Chinese buffet and had two full plates of yummy (but quite unhealthy) food...

2) ...BUT I walked to and from town so that counts as some exercise

3) Sims 3 is progressing and two of my characters are well on the way to achieving their lifetime wishes :)

Ever so slight controversy

I don't like Harry Potter. I really don't. Hence the reason that tomorrow I will not be watching it at the cinema, but will instead go to see BrĂ¼no with my father, hopefully not getting caught in the crowds of fans dressed as wizards.

I'd choose flamboyant homosexuals over fantasy and magic any day :)

Saturday, July 11, 2009


Perhaps I sometimes worry excessively because I know what's going to happen so I'm given an opportunity to dread it. Maybe my life would work out better for me if it was more spontaneous. Then again, one can always be apprehensive about the uncertainty of the future.

People tell me that I'd look pretty with straightened hair and makeup, but then isn't that just saying that my mask is pretty, and not the actual me? Therefore, I feel most honoured when someone compliments my appearance when I have my hair up in a ponytail.

I secretly really, really, enjoy watching makeup videos on Youtube even though I don't wear any makeup.

I already dislike the dusting of a tan that the sun has given me with a few sprinkles of burning. This is odd considering I have been regularly applying SPF 25 suncream.

I wash my hair everyday unless I have no intention of leaving the house. And I'm very meticulous about my showering and toothbrushing habits, also.

There are so many people that I see and think 'I want to be you' but I realise that even if their life seems to be much better than mine, there's always an attribute of myself that I wouldn't be willing to give up just to be someone else. Well, nearly always.

How do I have 49 profile views? Hmm, interesting.

I really want to start making Youtube videos, but I'm still unsure about it. I'd like to be part of the nerdfighter community (not people who fight nerds, rather nerds that fight, but not literally... oh, just go her

I'd quite like to go to Alton Towers after having to go to Drayton Manor for 3 years.

More people should really own cats.

Only 3 more years that I have to stay here, only one more year at secondary school.

A friend's rabbit just died :(

That's all for now.

Friday, July 10, 2009


Today I heard my father on the radio and it made me really want to follow in his footsteps. He's a comedian and I've always thought that would be a great career to have. It's not always stable, but the feeling of amusing people is so rewarding that it doesn't matter.

I think I'd love to be so many things at once - actress, comedian, author, photographer and so many other things that I've considered. But they're the four main dreams. It's odd that none of them are particularly academic. Even so, I'll probably do a degree in some kind of science/psychology/philosophy at university if the whole RADA dream fails. Ultimately, I want to do both. I want to have an academic career and a creative career.

Hmm, I never imagined myself to be the kind of child saying 'When I grow up, I want to be just like my mummy/daddy'. Well, in some ways I do. I wouldn't want my mum's career (being a secretary seems a bit tedious) but I hope I've inherited her compassion and warm heart (and on a purely vain note, her young, relatively wrinkle-free skin). And I'd like my dad's comedy skills and that something about him that's hard to put my finger on but draws people in. Also, thankfully I think I have his fast metabolism. Both parents have plenty of charisma so I hope I've got that, too.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Another reason to love Drama (the acting kind)

Today in Drama we did a lot of improvisation and warm-up games. One of the most fun is when everyone adopts a character and an improvisation takes place in a particular situation, usually transport. These characters are taken through various emotions and phases, instructed by the teacher. Today it was on a cruise that all characters had won as a prize. My character was incredibly snobby and turned her nose up at the 'common' cruise, constantly professing that she could afford so much better. She was horrified to discover that champagne and caviar were not served, and could not cope without her milk bath that she expected to have run for her by the staff.

At one point, the scenario was that everyone had just gotten their period and the captain was the only man. It was incredibly funny (I think you'd have to be there) with everyone either filled with rage, pain, misery or a combination of the three. The best part was the captain trying to cope with the whole situation. I just hope I'm never on an all-women cruise where everyone has their period.

Last day of school tomorrow :) Then a 7 week summer. I just hope I can sort things out and be the me I really want to be by the end of it.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Have an open mind

Providing that a faith or religion has a positive outlook on life and can exist in harmony with the rest of the world, I respect it. I just really wish that people could respect a lack of religion, too.

I'm agnostic and would need solid scientific evidence to believe in a religion. And I fully believe in evolution because there is solid scientific evidence to prove it. It's not just 'silly monkeys' as some misinformed religious people believe. Religion and evolution can coincide.

In other news, I went to Drayton Manor today for the end-of-school-year trip. It was fun, but rife with chavs. Without doubt, I prefer Alton Towers. I went there with school in Year 7, but ever since then we've always gone t0 Drayton Manor. It's getting boring now. Thankfully, that's the last time I'll have to go.

I just found out something which perhaps I shouldn't have ;)

Tuesday, July 7, 2009


I don't want to go to Drayton Manor. Enough said.

I know some people who are being taken out of school for the remainder of the term in case they catch Swine Flu. This is their parents' doing.

I just want to shake some sense into them. Swine Flu is no more dangerous than normal flu unless there are underlying health problems. There are only 3 days left at school. Ridiculous.

I'm buying a Swine Flu Giant Microbe for a friend. We enjoyed the Swine Flu pandemic panic. I was quite happy then. Also, I made a new friend thanks to our Swine Flu banter exchanged on a popular social networking site thanks to the aforementioned friend.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Need to blog

No time to blog. Can't blog well if lacking the time. Tomorrow (maybe).

For a few minutes I really appreciated where I lived. Now I feel out of place again.