I don’t know…
Just a rant…feel free to ignore.
1. Read some good books - particularly classics like The Catcher in the Rye and Wuthering Heights
2. Get a job
3. Volunteer at the music therapy place
4. Watch some old movies with Grandma
5. Rewatch Smallville (this may end up not happening but I am making an attempt)
6. Go see the new Superman movie!!!!!
7. Castle rewatch during the hiatus
8. Run every day (or at least 5 days a week)
9. Relearn Spanish
10. Rewatch Lost (if the Smallville rewatch doesn’t pan out)
11. Read the backlog of neuro articles that people have given me
12. Visit Quinn in NY
13. Visit Erica at school
14. Hang out with Aly…a lot
15. May orientation
16. August orientation
17. Get back to practicing the flute - maybe in preparation to audition for the Sinfonia?? (probably not though)
18. Visit Mr. Flieder
19. Play in at least one pit orchestra
20. Work on fingerpicking on guitar
21. Try to read a Bible verse every day
Long list…got a lot to do…note that missing him is not included and it looks like I have a great summer ahead of me!!
I asked him why he puts up with me. He looked me in the eyes, shrugged, and said “You must be pretty special.” He then proceeded to laugh at my reaction to the adorable thing he just said.
No…bad mind! Stop it now! He’s allowed to have friends. He’s allowed to be doing things that mean he doesn’t answer his phone. C’mon you were doing so well with this!! Nothing weird is going on. Focus on your final and getting ready for that. Focus on something else like he is.
I need instrumental music…hmmm Castle music is pretty
Yay! I found a version of “I Just Want You” on youtube!
Why is this song only 1 minute and 29 seconds long??!
Solution: Playlist with the same 1 minute and 29 second song 17 times
I’m seeing myself doing some of the same stuff that I have done in the past and I don’t like it. I guess the thing that I have to hope for and trust in, is that these actions will receive a different response than they did the last time around.
Not sure how to interpret this silence. It’s probably nothing and I should stop making a big deal out of it, but that’s not how my brain works. So instead, I’m sitting here wondering what is going on in your head.