||[Apr. 16th, 2005|11:42 pm]
Been a long since an update, so I figured I'd give it a shot. |
I've been tremendously busy over the last few weeks, and thank the Lord that next week is the last week of classes! Then it's a week-ish break and I start more classes.
I'm ready to call it a night... I've been working since 4pm today and I haven't taken much of a break. Only when I went to Moe's with Becca for about 15 minutes. I have approximately 4.5 things checked off (out of 11) on my to-do list for schoolwork. Which does not even contain all the things that I need to have done by next Monday.
But at least I got some done.
Tomorrow is going to be just as busy as today was.
I am not excited about this.
However, a good plan for me would be to wake up early, get to brunch, get started on work and don't stop until: A)I need a smoke break, B)I get hungry again, C)I have to use the restroom, or D)my boyfriend gets back from Asheville.
(Yes, I said I have a boyfriend. Although, for security purposes, he shall remain nameless) (What security purposes?, you ask) (And I tell you to discuss that with him) (Although I can say this about him: I think he's great).
In any case... I've had a few things on my mind lately. Nothing too important.
I really had no reason to bring that topic up, did I? If it's not important or I'm not going to share it, why bring it up?
I'll ponder that one and get back to you.
In a few weeks.
('Cause that'll be the next time I update).
There's a funny rolly noise in the hall and I'm curious as to what it might be.
However, I'm too lazy to get up and see.
It's most likely something I care not to see anyway.
I think I'm going to greatly miss my residents once they are gone.
It's sad how one can become so numb to what matters in life. Things may not last, but it doesn't mean it wasn't real. A flower is real, but it will eventually die. That's just how life is. And if you don't open yourself up and allow yourself to be vulnerable sometimes, then you'll never know. You'll never fill up that void because you won't allow yourself to. And you'll end up hurting people, including yourself, because they want to break down the walls that you keep building.
Good fences don't make good neighbors.
I'm peacing out... like a.. cookie.