I know someone has to be reading my blog, because I was messaged twice on facebook about not being able to leave comments. That makes me happy! Yay! *Happy Dance!*
Thanks Lori – that email was so sweet! I miss you guys so much! I’ll reply in detail when I get home, and I’m not using my phone to check my facebook. 🙂
And thanks Bree too! Love you always! I’ll try and come to help you move when the time comes, I did last year, so you know I’m good for it if I can. 😀
Anyway, I think the comment thing has been fixed… I disabled the captcha thing in my settings… Let me know if it doesn’t work…
I don’t know if I mentioned this before, but I’m trying to learn French… Yes, it’s kind of in bits and pieces as I pick it up from my friends, but it’s certainly fun! Kristina and I downloaded a program too, but it’s on her computer and we haven’t sat down and played with it much… Maybe I should copy it to my computer, or burn it to a cd and listen to it in my car. In any case, I’ll decide something I want to say and then ask Ken how to say it and go around using that phrase all day. Today it is “Je suis fatigué” which means “I am tired.” LOL, I know a few small things here and there too, and certain words… So when Josh and Jon sat together and spoke french, I could actually pick up on a few words, which leads to me figuring out the basic gist of the conversation. It’s fun! I am actually really enjoying learning it.
On another note, I have to mention that I love-love-LOVE Joss Whedon’s new series Dollhouse. Josh messaged me last night and said I really needed to watch it, so I pulled up Hulu and watched the first two episodes. Brilliant! And Eliza Dushku really rocks my socks in this role. The only thing I worry about, is that it currently is airing on Fox. I don’t trust that they wont make me fall in love with the show and then yank it out from under me like they did Firefly. Bastards. Oh well, enjoy it while it lasts right?
And yes, je suis fatigue. I don’t know why I’m so tired, I went to bed fairly early last night… It was like 11pm, and I slept til about 9am this morning… (Give or take tossing and turning a slight bit, and some strange dreams I don’t quite remember.) I thought that sleeping for almost 10 hours would make up for the minmial sleep I received this weekend, but I was wrong. It’s been a long time since I went 48 hours on less than an hour of sleep. I miss those days when I could continually not sleep (i.e. working theatre until 3am, going home and reading my book until 5am and then getting back up for school/more theatre.) I’m only 23 years old, I should still be able to party and then get up and go to work! Haha!
In any case, the weekend was eventful. Saturday (following my previous blog) I had a bit of a freak out about my personal space and broke down a bit. Kristina recognized this and we totally gutted my room and re-arraged everything so I can put it in the closet and close the door and have good organization. We also moved the futon into Kailee’s room so that I had more walking space. It felt good to clean it, and I dubbed it my pre-spring cleaning and felt amazingly better after. However, now when I walk in my room… It feels too… Empty. I need to put pictures up or find some new furnature for it… Maybe I’ll get myself a bookshelf so I can finally put my books out.
After I felt better I swung up and picked up Josh and Max and brought them to my house where we played strategy games. The games only allow for 6 players so I sat the first one out and finally finished my book. I’m going to blog about it next, it’s amazing and I think everyone should read it. It’s The Mastery of Love by Miguel Ruiz, and I plan on re-purchasing it in the future. Haha, it’ll be the third time I buy that book, and I think it’s awesome. I bought two copies just before Yule, and gave one to [womanizer], and then I read the other. I had the strongest urge to give it to another friend to read, so when I finished it I jotted down a quick note for him in the cover and turned it over to him perminantly. I love that feeling. I like when I feel like a book chooses me, and when I feel like it has a further purpose and I can pass it along… That’s love, books = love for me.
OH! I forgot to mention that I actually made it up to the bowling alley on Friday to get my W2. Bree, I see what you mean about the car they had painted, it’s… special. Really special. I got to say hi to Bob Scadden and catch up with Evelyn for a bit. Monty and Dick weren’t there at first, but I did get to see the Kim, Savannah and the new baby which looks like a miniture Bridger, and therefore a miniture Monty. Shauna was there, and I bumped into Terry and Jay Jorgenson on the way out the door. How I miss that place sometimes! I did also get to see Dick and Monty as they arrived just as I was leaving, hugs all around and catching up. Apparently the Syracuse alley is coming along and is set to open in April, I need to check it out as it’s just down the road from me. Is it wrong that I kind of want to go work there again?
Sunday morning I went to breakfast with Josh, Angel, Max and Jon at the Star Cafe, where we enjoyed ourselves and got to chat and have good food. After I dropped them all off at home, I stopped for gas at the Chevron on 21st and Harrison, and guess who I bumped into? Dick again, blue corvet and all. It was a strange coincidence, twice in one week after all these months… So we gabbed for a minute, and I told him I need to come visit Holly, and he said I should come over and see his new carpet. I might just do that. (Shut up Bree. I really honestly know what is going through your head right now and I don’t like it! LMAO!)
I’ll end this blog now, with one question… Why are my blogs always so long lately?
Je t’aime mes amis! I love you my friends!
Yesterday I took a trip to Tooele with my good friend Amber, as moral support while she went to meet this guy she has been talking to online. We left about 8:30pm and I drove her cute little red Honda up while she sat next to me and we bonded and chatted about life in general. I really enjoyed the drive as it was really awesome to be able to hang out with her and take a drive. I really like driving, and thoroughly enjoyed the trip up. Now Tooele is kind-of out in the middle of nowhere, and it was kind of boring hanging out there, but I’m glad that I got to spend time with her and that I could be there for me when she needed me.