Thursday, March 30, 2006

That's about how much enthusiasm is going into this post. I feel like I have been gone from my blog too long. To avoid neglecting my readers, I suppose I should post an update on the happenings of my life.


Last Wednesday I gave my job notice of my departure. They said that Friday would be my last day, but in a surprise move, sent me home Thursday at noon. Dave, the sweetie that he is, came home with me in protest (we had carpooled and I had my car). But at least I'm out of there, and everyone else will soon follow suit.

I start my new job at Monotype Composition on Monday, which I mentioned in my last entry. I'm hoping it will go well. Wish me luck :-)

But this weekend is the exciting part. As those of you in blogland know, it is homecoming weekend at Seton Hill. I shall be making an effort to see everyone I can; though my weekend is filling up fast. I probably won't blog until I get back though, as apartment hunting is my new hobby. Ciao.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Peace, tranquility, and a bunch of crap.
So my vacation was absolutely lovely. Log cabin, fireplace, hammock, hot tub, walks in the park... what's not to love? Well, the hot tub, for one. That was dreadful. It was like 30 degrees outside, so the hot tub should have been cozy relief from the cold. Instead, it was a sweltering horror. After turning down the temperature, to no avail, we had to get out of it. Other than that, it was a really relaxing vacation. In case anyone is looking for anywhere nice to go, check out Deep Creek, Maryland. It's a ski resort in the winter if you like that sort of thing (which I don't).

A fun quote from the weekend: "I'm a sweet gherkin, and they're like nuclear missiles." No, it does not have any inappropriate context, so don't ask.

And now for the bunch of crap: I gave my two week notice here so that I can begin a new job on the 25th, and I was told that while that's nice and all, I could pack up my belongings on Friday and be on my way. So I will have a week off (without pay, of course) to start looking for an apartment or whatever. Definite bunch of crap. But at least I escaped. Hooray for me!

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Things I've come to realize:

1. I don't like Biology
2. French is kick ass, and I love Mrs. Kellum. I don't care what anyone else says.
3. I hate weekends now. They drag on and on. Not only that, but I stay at home all the time, and I'm hating my home.
4. History this year isn't grabbing me as much as it did last year. Mr. Grogg is cool, but American history is boring for me. I like World History, however we get to watch the Woodstock Documentary this year, so thats cool.
5. My room is a mess, and I've gained wieght.

Hahaha...I only care about the first part of that last one.

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

I'm quite pissed about drama. Yet I'm also very optimistic. Problems are that some people in my drama group are bitching and whinning because they got understudy or a small role when their seniors. glad that you even have a drama club to preform in. Your taking everything for granted. Just because you've been in drama for 6 years doesn't mean you know everything, and just because your a Senior doesn't mean you should have the lead part. There are people who have been in drama for all four years of their High School career who have not had any main parts, and yet people who have been in drama for 2 years are saying they deserve a main role because they are Seniors. whats wrong with people?

I just wish people would get off their fucking high horse and except things for what they are with grace. Your going to bring everyone else down if you keep this shit up. I doubt anyone from our school is reading this, except for Steven. Steven I request that you quote from this entry to anyone who is bitching about their job/role in this play. They need to grow up.