Thursday, September 20, 2007

a poem

xoxoxmore soon, maybe from others, maybe mine.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

i heart jermaine & bret

this is more for me than it is for you.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

as of today

i don't know how good i am at updating...
tons of things have happened...

i applied for this job at bellefaire jcb
as we speak they are checking my references if all goes well...i should start the 17th.
i shadowed the after school program they have & loved it. I feel as though I inherited 10 boys [with anger management issues].
on the weekends [yes i have 2 jobs] I am a barista which I also love. I don't have any friends at home [but i am getting some!] And even though it'll be exhausting it'll keep me from spending all my money [no social life = shopping] it'll also be my social network

i visited chicago labor day weekend best idea i've had in a long time.
saw my friends got some peace of mind...& decided i am heading back there...not now but in a year or less.

i also bought season 2 of greys anatomy & it made my freaking year [remember? no social life]

cleveland has its downsides but...i am getting used to it.

freakish thing that happened to me yesterday & consequentially my last day at ol' slavy :
i ran into my sophomore chem teacher [a short, evil man with ivory hair]
how did i i spot him [ you might ask]
well, he was screaming at his biracial grandkids much like i remember him screaming at us for fucking with his beakers during lab.
i had an immediate flashback and when I came to he was pushing his cart full of cafe au lait kids toward my checkout.

now, i don't know what it is but i hate seeing people i know from one environment either from HS or that random community college course you took or little league [anything like that] anywhere outside of that...i HATE it. its awkward. i think someone once said its like seeing a dog walk on its hindlegs...

cue the next 9 awkward minutes of him grilling me about my 5 year plan and me trying to explain why i have a bachelor's and work at ol' slavy. [ thank GOD it was my last day].

classic moments like these are strictly reserved for those who may find themselves at home after graduation. they are definitely not for the faint of heart.