September 28, 2010


It's been raining almost non-stop this whole afternoon/evening/night. Though it was much needed precipitation, it was too gloomy outside.

I feel like there's a tremendous amount of ketchup to be done on this blog. You know, to bring it up to speed. I'm afraid I can't mustard the energy to talk about every little thing that's gone on. I'm making pitifully bad buns. (Heh heh heh.)

Thanks everyone for the reassurance that I'm not a terrible artist! I appreciate the support.

I keep hoping things will calm down so I can breathe. I also want cooler weather. Yesterday, I wore a beret to try to celebrate fall.

September 16, 2010


The new art teacher called my art kitschy today. I had the inkling at the time that it's an insult, and, upon looking up a definition, it is. So, thanks! For making me question my artistic ability and making me seriously consider switching out of art class. That was really cool. I kind of feel like telling you tomorrow I do not feel like making a "creative" color wheel nor putting up with your hypocrisy. I mean, since when is puzzle pieces original?

I do not feel like doing my homework.
I do not feel like anyone likes me very much.

Identity crisis, ftw!

September 13, 2010

I'm on the pursuit of happiness.

I realize I neglected to tell you guys much of anything these past two weeks. I was shocked I hadn't even mentioned that I went to Providence, Rhode Island for four days to drop off my brother at Brown University.

And, at the moment, I have nothing else to say besides that my brother saw Emma Watson earlier today at Brown.

September 01, 2010

My head is about to explode.

Or implode. Maybe both. Simultaneously. Yes, it's that bad.

I am only three weeks into my junior year of high school and I am drowning in work. Sure, that's what I get for taking six rigorous courses, which more or less excludes art, but still. There is absolutely no time left for much else (read: my sanity) when I factor in being co-captain of Academic Team, book club member, volunteering at my former middle school, math tutoring as part of Mu Alpha Theta club and come fall, playing tennis and leading Model Student Senate.

This next part was in a saved draft here on my blog. I dunno what possessed me to even intend to post this. As if you really care what clothes I'm too much of cheapskate to buy.

Delia's, you disappoint me. You have uber cute tops, but they're generally overpriced. What gives? If only they ran $12.00 or so a pop, I'd be buying these:

Anyway, I barely have time to write a decent entry or comment on everyone's exciting blogs/lives! I love you all dearly and perhaps I can get a firmer grip on things during the upcoming three-day weekend. I shall say, in the style of Napoleon Dynamite, "Yessss!" to that.

I'm off to go read Mockingjay and consume some Ben & Jerry's fudge brownie froyo. G'night.