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Some thoughts and Alas I brag! - a world of possibility
Some thoughts and Alas I brag!
Went to my voice teacher today. Make-up lesson since I will not be here next week. So would that be a make up lesson? Since it's before the actual lesson? I dunno.

Anyways, she asked why it is I have a very feminine figure, am attractive, and yet act like a tomboy. I of course respond "I dunno" and laugh, as she laughs along with me. I then ask her opinion. She says that many women want my figure but not my personality or way of thinking. Tee hee.

That's my bragging.

I hung out with someone last night, a co-worker, who seems to be really kewl. I"m hoping I can drag him to meet some of me friends. He seemed to fit in the other night. (Like I worry about anyone fitting in).

OK no time to go off on tangents, must hurrry so as not to be late for work.

I'm kinda bad. I thought Bumpkin was out of the picture. When I was hanging out with my co-worker last night at like 2:30 in the morning Bumpkin called. Previously that day and once that evening, I thought it was nice having someone around, and then I thought, no it's not. I am scared of how fickle I am emotionally. I thought he was gonna call, not sure why, just in the back of my mind.

If we ever eventually hang out again I will clarifyu things. I actually thought he just went his own way.

Will explain more on all this later when I actually have time. ONe kewl quote . . .

To speak impartially, the best men that I know are not serene, a world in themselves. For the most part, they dwell in forms, and flatter and study effect only more finely than the rest. We select granite for the underpinning of our houses and barns; we build fences of stone; but we do not ourselves rest on an underpinning of granitic truth, the lowest primitive rock. Our sills are rotten. What stuff is the man made of who is not coexistent in our thought with the purest and subtilest truth? I often accuse my finest acquaintances of an immense frivolity; for, while there are manners and compliments we do not meet, we do not teach one another the lessons of honesty and sincerity that the brutes do, or of steadiness and solidity that the rocks do. The fault is commonly mutual, however; for we do not habitually demand any more of each other. -Thoreau

LAter, I hope everyone is well

-meez :)~
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