Went quadding with Jawn today. 'Twas quite fun and exciting until I flew ten feet in the air and landed on my right side. Well, I guess that was exciting... Now I'm quite messed up and achy. I hope Jon doesn't feel bad about it. ._. Yay quads!
I fell asleep at six, I think. Woke up around twelve. Mmhm. Becky is at her friend Sierra's house, probably sleeping (she sucks at sleepovers). Someday she'll wake up with penises drawn on her in permanent marker. XD
I think Gail will come over today. I hope so. Pervasive loneliness = very no. Aaaand. I dunno. I guess that's all.
I actually want to write now. I think I can pace myself, write the novel, get it done. Will I? Tomorrow. Definitely tomorrow. Tonight is too busy.
Tonight I am too busy. My right hand is cold and my neck is hot, and I'm letting myself get tired even though it's only seven. D:
Anyway, today was decent. We went to Lancaster and dad got some stuff and I bought myself a Spanish workbook type thing. (Don't feel bad for him, I got him la comida china yesterday lozl. I know, weird birthday present.)
I can't help feeling sad.
Current Music: Moonlight Sonata- Ludwig van Beethoven
I walked the dogs with dad today. He's talkative. And we were almost run over by punky teenagers. D: It wasn't good.
I wish it'd rained more. Or is it raining now? I can't really tell. I could check, but I'm lazy so I won't.
Mm... Started reading a book. It's hard. Well not really. But emotionally. ._. Which is retarded lol, but it's true. Mmhm.
I hate looking for things and finding them and then realizing that they weren't worth looking for.
My shitty stunted thoughts don't make for very good journaling. @_@
The kittencat looked like the Cheshire Cat today. It was curled up with its eyes closed slightly, a wry catsmile on its face. Its markings really are like the Cheshire Cat's, at least compared to the old illustrations.
Have you read Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass? Did you like it?
"Will you walk a little faster?" said a whiting to a snail, "There's a porpoise close behind us and he's standing on my tail. See how eagerly the lobsters and the turtles all advance! They are waiting on the shingle-will you come and join the dance? Will you, won't you, will you, won't you, will you join the dance? Will you, won't you, will you, won't you, will you join the dance?"