Tuesday, November 30, 2010

"Guess I'll have to be satisfied with cats and old records."

"So, dumb guys go for dumb girls, and smart guys go for dumb girls? What do the smart girls get?" "Cats mostly."

November is over, and December has almost begun. 25 days until Christmas, and it's almost 2011. Time is going by way too fast. Next year will be my senior year, and then I'll be off to college. Then I'll get a job, a house, and be forever alone with my 27 cats. That's the plan, anyway. Or maybe I'll find a nice guy? Wait, is this now a possibility?? This leads me onto the rest of this post;

Ah yes, more boy stories to be told. Saved the best for last. :3

1. Well, recently I've been wearing a bit more makeup than I usually have. This boy that I knew since freshman year is in my US History class. We haven't really talked much in the 13 weeks we've been in that class together. I think he's slightly afraid of me because I was quite the violent one freshman year. But today he asked to be in my group, and he wanted to talk to me while walking to 3rd period. Weird, much? Yes. He kept glancing at me, his behaviour was strange. But my friends have been telling me how I look so much prettier with eye liner on, and how I look more confident and approachable, and "hot". Obviously this is true.

2. Guy in orchestra smiled and almost walked up to talk to me today in the hall before orchestra started, but saw my friend was talking to me and [smoothly, in a totally not obvious way] turned around and looked embarrassed. Hah.

3. Same guy as #2; this will be kind of difficult to explain.
We had sectionals in orchestra today. Violins had to stay and play, but violas, cellos, and basses could study, hang out, or go decorate a Christmas ornament. (We have a Christmas tree in the orchestra room) He stayed in his seat while I was playing, and when she said the seconds could go do whatever, I went to decorate an ornament. He got up and did one too, and sat next to me, but at a distance, not like right next to me. But close enough where it was obvious. He didn't even say anything, I don't even remember if he said "hi" and I don't remember if I did either. Just sat there. He was doing nothing in his seat, but when I chose to decorate an ornament, so did he. I found it strange.

I swear, this makeup is like magic. Maybe I won't be needing this amazing sweater after all;

Also, tomorrow is National Be A Creeper Day. "The one day of the year when it's completely acceptable to be yourself." I'll be sure to join in the fun.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

"But I don't wanna be a barbarian!" "You did when you were ten!" "Yes, but I thought it meant a librarian that also cuts hair."

Last night before I went to bed, I thought of an awesome, kick ass idea for a blog post. I was thinking how it would be completely awesome, and how I wouldn't need to write it down because I could easily remember it for the next day. Well, I was wrong. It was something about relationships, but it was going to be deep. I talked to one of my friends last night about how she thinks I'm going to meet some dark haired, blue-eyed boy at a coffee shop or library, and he was going to fall for me. But the point is that it was late at night and I really need to start writing stuff down.

I was on Tumblr this morning, and I came across a gif from the old Disney show Dave the Barbarian. I have have spent the past hour on YouTube, watching some of the old episodes. I really miss the old shows on that were on Disney and Nickelodeon. Now it's all crap. At least Spongebob is still on. I think the show I miss most is Hey Arnold. I'll probably look up some of those tomorrow.

Tomorrow's Thanksgiving, which means November is almost over. It doesn't seem too long ago that I posted about September ending. Time is flying by so fast.

So you know how in the movie Easy A, she jams to Pocket Full of Sunshine by Natasha Bedingfield the entire weekend? [If you want to watch it click here] That's how I've been the past two days with crappy rap songs. And the bed intruder song, haha.
"You don't have to come and confess, we're lookin for you. We gon find you, we gon find you. So you can run and tell that, run and tell that, run and tell that, homeboy, home, home, homeboy."

Anyways... so much for that really awesome, epic post. :P

Sunday, November 21, 2010

I've come to realize we all have our place. Time has a way you know, to make it clear. I have my role in this, I can't disappear or leave you here.

I haven't done much since my last post, or at least that I can remember. I have next week off from school, so obviously I won't be blogging much since I'll probably only be reading Harry Potter and playing Mario Kart, haha. And yes, I started reading the series yesterday.

I also went shopping today. I found an awesome bag, and some really nice winter clothes, including two very comfy sweaters. :3

Also, I've created a flickr. And, because I have nothing else to blog about, my 365 project. It's been going pretty well so far. Today was the perfect day for taking pictures, the sky was gorgeous. :)

That's really all I have to say for now. Hope everyone has a great week!

Saturday, November 13, 2010

falling in love at a coffee shop.

Last night was a lot of fun. I went to the school play with some of my friends, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. It was surprisingly funny, and before they started they played the Knight's of the Round Table song from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

After we went to Starbucks since it was still early out and looked at books and ordered coffee and whatnot.

All I've been doing today is working on a research paper for art. Tomorrow I plan on finishing my self portrait we've been doing. Unless someone calls me to and wants to hang out.

Also, I've decided I'm going to do the 365 Project again. Or at least attempt to do it again. Here's the link to it.

I hope everyone is having a more fun, eventful weekend than I am. :)

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Owl Who?
Owl always love you. :3

Thursday, November 11, 2010

everything's magic.

The past two days have been interesting. Yesterday during orchestra, instead of playing, we went outside since it was such a beautiful day and helped at the greenhouse to sell plants to any teachers that wanted them. We had lunch outside, and I finally listened to Crowded House on my iPod.

Today we were on pep rally schedule, so each class was shorter, and instead of going to the pep rally I went to the orchestra room. My friend and I talked to one of my friend's (the guy I used to really like) little brother. He looks exactly like his older brother, and they have the exact same mannerisms, it's really weird. But weird in a good way. At least to me and my friend it is. We also watched a show in world history that was on the travel channel, but I don't remember what it was called. So I didn't do much in school today, and it felt like Friday.

This guy [friday night racing game guy in that post] keeps looking at me, and whenever I walk up to our group of friends between 1st and 2nd period, he looks at me and makes sure to tell me I'm short, but in a joking way. It's like, he always has to make sure I know he's there. And the feeling I get when he looks at me is similar to that of the guy that used to like me. Like when you know someone is looking at you likes you? That feeling. I've felt it so many times before with him. Like in that post I linked to up there. Really, who knows though.

The kid in my art class, this one. Well, his name is Alejandro. Because I'm the weird person that I am, I feel an even bigger need to become friends with him.
"You know that I love you boy, hot like Mexico Rejoice. At this point I've gotta choose, nothing to lose."

Also, I've decided that I possibly want to be a photojournalist, and I really want to give the 365 Day Project another go.

Monday, November 8, 2010

"I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same."

There was an assembly today at school about Rachel's Challenge. You can read the wikipedia page by clicking the link. This is just a short post saying I accept the challenge, and encourage you all to do the same. Small acts of kindness can easily brighten someone's day.

Also, this is one of my new favorite songs.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

"there's no such thing as love. it's a fantasy."

I'm writing this in the fort I made in my room today. :3

Yesterday during physics we had a substitute teacher. And instead of making us do our homework, he let us play hangman as long as it was physics-related. It was the first few rounds at least.
[Caution: Boy story;]
There's this guy in my physics class, and I always catch him looking at me. He either finds me hideously ugly, or possibly somewhat attractive. But he's someone I could definitely see myself being with. The last guy, not so much. Well, not at all.

I drew some cats the other day. I was in one of those moods where I felt like I'm going to be a cat lady and forever alone;

I also went to my first art club meeting Thursday after school. I wanted to join back in middle school when I lived in Buffalo, but orchestra got in the way. So it felt weird being there at first. A lot of the people there were talking in french, so I kinda felt like I belonged in some weird way. I have two weeks to come up with a t-shirt design.

I don't have any plans to go anywhere this weekend. For the past few weekends I've been busy every day. So today I finally got the chance to tidy up my room and relax. But I did make a pretty awesome fort. I also learned how to play "Mr. Brightside" by the Killers on guitar. I think later I'll look up "Here In You Arms" by Hellogoodbye. I live such an interesting life.