Friday, June 8, 2012
i like a good adventure, she said, even if my shoes get muddy
I am seriously disenchanted with my latest digital imaging project. Proof of that fact is that here I sit in the library at 7:30 on a Friday night working on my faux facebook page for Jesse James - the misunderstood robin hood (or not) of his time. And by working on my project I mean facebook creeping and blog posting. Which isn't so bad, I suppose since I have been lacking severely in the whole post department.
I just don't know what to say, I guess. Last week I typed and retyped a blog post four times and then just deleted it. And then I tried to start again but I hated that one too. I think it's because they were all sorts of full of nothingness. Sometimes that just happens. I want to get all wordy and profound and then nothing. Nothing but word vomit. And who wants to read that? Really.
But in all seriousness, I really have been trouble putting words to my actions and thoughts lately. Probably because I am so busy being busy that I just run out of steam when it comes to blogging. And here I am procrastinating (for the first time this semester), which is only good news for you in that you have a new post to read!
School has kept me occupied most of the days of my week, and when I'm not at school I'm out gallivanting around the town with T Lily and this one boy who seemingly has invaded almost all of my free time. Lucky them, right? Right. And it means nothing but adventure after adventure for me.
Today I went on a walk around town adventure with this boy and we found ourselves on a dirt path down a hill in the middle of a grassy field. My shoes got muddy, it was that good of an adventure! I tell you what, when you get your shoes muddy or your shirt dirty then you know it was a good time. Good times always do some damage. But I wouldn't have it any other way.
And the best part is that I have at least two more large adventures in my near future. I'm impatient as all get out, too. I can't even handle it!