-Planners are good. I got one for this quarter. Hopefully it will help me remember my many obligations.
-I don’t think I’m going back to work. I want more time.
-I might take up rugby depending on how I do at tomorrow’s practice.
-Drink water. 2 shots of soy protein. Toning.
-Go party hardy on the weekends :)
My plans for this quarter:
Monday: Soc 216 & Eng 234
Tuesday: Af Am 220
Wednesday: Art Hist 255
Thursday: will probably be hell with Rugby AND Treblemakers
Sunday: Prep work. Plan ahead in case you can’t complete your readings.
I’m at the airport right now. Spring Break was wondergful and warm. Full of a lot of booze and summertime dresses, shopping, giggling and burritos. I will miss the perfect 76 degree-sunny weather when I go back. But I bought 8 dresses too for when it gets warm ;]
I don’t think I’ll dye my hair. It’s fine as is. And the perm didn’t turn out as curly as I was hoping, but it’s beach-wavy, which is natural and pretty as is. I loved spending time with my Dad. Let’s see…
Friday: Flew back late at night
Saturday: Hung out with Andrew, made love. Met the Adams, Evan, Eric, Danielle, Michelle and a few others. Played King’s Cup, smoked my first cigarette, felt the buzz… Spend the night. Evan’s dad’s a monster when he wants to sleep!
Sunday: Woke up. Say Bizet’s Romeo and Juliet at SDO with my dad at 2 pm. Went to hang with Kelsey, made vegan fried rice, spent the night in her living room and didn’t realize I was on top of the blankets until like 6 AM… sooo cold. I think my flu got 10 times worse.
Monday: Spent it with Kelsey and Andrew in Encinitas. They met, we ate burritos, played with Max, drank those cute little green cartons of soymilk, bought Jack and coke. I was designated driver, boo. Sill had like 2 shots, though. There was half a bottle left when we got back.
It doesn’t matter how much time I spent around him, I will always want to be with him. I fade back and forth between intense wanting and then complete satisfaction. I think I want to marry him… he has opened my heart with such warmth and caring that I have melted and given myself over to him wholly. I don’t know what more I can say. How to express this growing love? Can it be expressed?
There’s a place where you are going
You ain’t never been before
No one laughing at your back now
No one’s standing at your door
That’s what you thought love was for?
-Beck, “Lost Cause”
I love this boy.
Glitch Jockey -
Andrew’s music is up and it’s great :D
I love to see him making mash-ups. There is so much life in his eyes and smile. I love to watch him dance, too. He is a happy boy. I have a lot to learn from him.
What is the Good? And how do we define it? Since different people have defined it differently, how can we know there is any good? Some say the good is found in happiness, but how do we know what happiness is? And how can happiness be defined? Happiness and good are not objective terms. We cannot deal with them scientifically. And since they aren’t objective, they just exist in your mind. So if you want to be happy just change your mind. Ha-ha, ha-ha. — Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig