Monthly Archives: December 2005

yay!

Hahahahaha.  Okay, so, I guess some people disliked my last entry or didn’t like how they didn’t understand it …And quite frankly, I don’t understand it myself. I just wrote it.  And it’s incoherent and probably rambling and simply just words all typed up on the screen. lol.


If anyone wants something useful to look at online, check out a site on “Notorious Confusables.” It’ll be worth it. Totally.


On another note, I’ve just about had it with my school and a good 3/4 of the people there. The drama, the stupidity, the nosiness, the constant craving for attention, flagrant behaviour, and teachers who obviously don’t care that we high schoolers are trying to not have 100% pathetic (social) lives outside of school and (in my sister’s case), HOLY basketball. Graduation is close, but just not soon enough. Let it come, let it come, let it come…and quickly as possible!!!


 


 I. Can’t. Wait.

I’ll carve out the middle


And replace it with a mess


Because we were just dreaming


It’ll be something left to confess


Afterall, there’s no beginning


Middle


Nor end 


It’s not wrong so you needn’t


Worry about having something


To defend. 


What images were seen


What colors did not appear


What particular tones


Did not enter your ears


A few inquiries


A couple conundrums


All matters little


But you beside


Me


A relatively better time


Is possible.


Quiet and speak.


I’ll miss your silence.


You.


I guess I’m sorry anyway.

Yeah, so. Thanksgiving food was amazing. Then the holiday overall was great.


Sorta.


Not really.


Not at all.


Whatever. 


But now, I can delve into end-of-semester work including a lovely 15+ page term paper for Hon. Gov’t. The exhilaration! Who’d like to join me at the library as I work on it?


EH?!


‘Kfine. Congratulations to Vitaly (he’s growing up so… well, he’s growing up, at least  haha) for getting accepted into David Lipscomb University and MTSU!! ‘Tis good news, good news indeed .  


Does anyone care about finding logical fallacies? I mean, honestly, does anyone? What in the hell.


Well, I must be getting back to this paper on Stephen Hawking’s book based film viewed in  Physics today. Whoo.


 



tee.hee.