4.08.2009

updates.

A West Coast trip will not be happening, but a fun solo trip to Baltimore will be. There will be slumber partyish eves, indie coffee shops in D.C., brainstorming, writing, maybe even a spinning class. That's what I call one well-rounded little weekend jaunt, ah?

I've already succumbed to the voice that's been telling me to "make a hair apt., no one likes octopus legs for hair." So I did. And yes, someone, a hairdresser, not my current rockin' hairdresser, once reamed me out for growing my hair out without a trim. Apparently instead of long locks I was adorning some tentacles. Charming. F-ing charming. Never again. Shit....talk about something sticking with you. Friday, 5:15 p.m., here I come Jules. But just a trim...

As for the other things on my "2009 To Do List" I will happily report that I am moving forward in my efforts to dump unwanted baggage. Not only does this include excess material objects, but also rotten, spoiled people. Yup. They're out there. Bet you have 'em too. Those people that just stink up your life. The kind that take all the good from you for their own and never give it back; they are not the kind of people to keep around. They smell, just like the little red-headed girls with freckles in grade school. You know what I'm talking about. At least one of you does... It's best to just stay away and dispose of such rubbish. Sadly, this type of trash usually isn't capable of going through the recycling process, which really irks me. I heart recycling. And as I've mentioned before, I'm annoyed by the fact that at this day in age, we are unable to recycle all paper, glass and plastics; however, now I'm starting to realize, maybe not all materials are made the same. Maybe some are incapable of changing form, resistant to it. Maybe someday that will change, but probably not anytime soon...

Tickets to Europe have been purchased. It's happening, for real, for real. And in something like 141 days or something. Life is fine, isn't it?

I can barely keep my eyes open today. Too much staying up late on "school nights" running around Buffalo being a groupie. I love my music, but I gotta calm it down. It's been worth it though. I've got spring fever. Side effects may include a desire to see and do all, inability to realize sleep is required for effective daily activities, and excessive craving for jelly beans (the non-spicy kind).

It snowed yesterday. It's melted today. Thankful the sun is out. And I'm out of this office. Peace.

2 comments:

Adam said...

That post made me smile =)
I like the part about the red headed girls in grade school...

jessica black said...

I couldn't agree with you more about wanting to recycle EVERYTHING! I feel guilty throwing things away that I know can be recycled in other cities.