Taking things a day at a time

Friday, October 2, 2009

So in conclusion...

Song of the day: "Puppy Love" by Paul Anka

I don't wanna go to workkkk. :( On a Friday night, when there's always SO MUCH to do for the closing shift! Plus, I'm working with a girl I've never worked with before, so I don't know how that's gonna go. And in addition to that, we have the new trainee girl during this shift. The girl that gives way too much money back to the customers.

After I think I'm going to the movies with my friend, but I'm gonna be so frickin tired and sweaty and yucky. So I'm kinda regretting suggesting we hang out after my shift was over. I know when I hang out with her, we don't end up going home until real late. I'm already gonna be tired from work, then there's an hour wait until the movie starts, then she usually likes to go eat after, so by that time, I'm guessing it'll be about 2 in the morning. >_<

For some reason I started rereading my myspace blogs from years ago. It's always a trip when you go back and read things that you've written, especially something in a journal/blog form. I wish I didn't delete my first xanga that I had, because I had that thing since 7th grade until 11th. Damn, I really wish I didn't delete that.

Far Away Places Friday:

La Reserva Alberto Manuel Brenes of San Ramón (Costa Rica)

These are actually pictures that Kailey took; she's on her semester abroad in Costa Rica. They went to the reserve a few weeks ago and these were some pictures she put up on her blog. I mean, this is a legit rainforest. And check out this bug!

I bet it's HUGE in real life. Bigger than any bug I'd wanna get up close and personal with.

Alessa: In art yesterday we watched a movie/documentary about these glass blowers, and they listen to music in their studio, kinda like how we'd do in the theatre and shop. They used a bunch of Beatles songs so I thought of you. The first one was "Revolution" I think.

Steven: Well, I think I should buy the ticket, because that way I can get the receipt I'll need to get my boarding pass and all that jazz. I think there's a way to wire me the money to my bank account, I know my mother's done that before.

B-ry: Did you get my letter yet?!

Jamika: I still haven't talked to my mother. Mika just pissed her off today so...there goes that. And I'll be at work tonight. Tomorrow, possibly? I'll let you know.

Off to work now. Fuckkkk. Boo.


Blogger J. Cordelia said...

Yep, no worries. Just say the word and I will push that ball down the hill to get it rolling, haha :) I'm way excited to see you!

Also, my friend Anna went to Costa Rica, too and I would loooove to go. It looks amazing.

RE to your comment: I have been stupidly busy. But now that the show is over, I'll have more time to post again :) We need to make our blogging community more active again, I miss it.

About the poetry, I really love Langston Hughes, so I have tons of his poetry around. All of those poems though, I got from a collection of his called 'The Dream Keeper and Other Poems'...it's really awesome. I had to stop myself from putting anymore, because that would have made the post really long.

October 2, 2009 at 4:34 PM  
Blogger Alessa said...

Sucks about work! I hope it wasn't too bad.

Those are awesome pictures Kailey took. I want to go to Costa Rica. I am pretty sure my grandparents went when I was younger. They used to do stuff like that all the time before my grandpa got cancer.

Thanks for the comment. That's cool that they listen to the Beatles. It does remind me of the shop. Only, we don't listen to the Beatles :( , we listen to Rob's ipod. There is a lot of weird/random music on his ipod. Mostly pretty cool stuff.

Good luck telling your mom!

October 3, 2009 at 7:15 AM  

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