>Today, Saturday, March 21, 2009, I sat down to think.
Things I Learned:
- I can go on without sleep for days and feel okay.
- I CANNOT get enough of whole cereal.
- Mixing coffee and berry mix tea isn’t bad at all.
- I can work efficiently under pressure.
- I sincerely adore my friends.
- Nine Inch Nails’ Home will always make me cry. Always, no matter what mood I’m in.
- If I try not to massage my hair too much when I’m washing it, it doesn’t fall off as much as it usually does.
- Rubbing sand on your feet can cause irreparable damage to your skin. Or just give you a fucking gross red mark on it.
- I can see blood and raw flesh and organs out in the open and it doesn’t gross me out.
- I can be funny if I try.
- I am unintentionally funny.
- There’s a little speck of sensitivity in my mangled humanity, which springs to life when I’m in situations where I’m required to be sensitive.
- Maybe the beach isn’t so bad.
- Old people like me.
- Old people like sending me to run their errands.
- Everything is way more fun when Chewbacca is around.
- Men are DUMB. Lazy, immature dumb fucks. This I knew already, but it’s always nice to realize you’re right.
- I like helping people.
- I like kiddos, even though I’ve spent my whole life hating them.
- There’s still a few good people in the world who make this place worth living in and maintain my faith in our doomed human race.
- Just because a person has a keychain with the Gay Pride flag on it does not necessarily make them gay or lesbian. Or maybe it does. I will never find out.
- I tend to get scared around people who are seemingly older than me. Older and scary.
- I spend money like there’s no tomorrow, literally.
- I LOVE LOVE LOVE sangria!
- I am not as messy as I thought I was.
- My new found special talent: folding gauze.
- Four menopausal women with the life of a fifteen year old in their hands is a scary, menacing thought that can turn into a reality easier than you all think.
- I can live without internet.
- I wanna be a nurse.
- … I really do wanna be a nurse.
Thank you all for this once-in-a-lifetime, life-changing experience. And thanks for the scarf, too.