?

Log in

Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow!… - danger, high voltage! [entries|archive|friends|userinfo]
Hels

[ website | greatest journal: iconified ]
[ userinfo | livejournal userinfo ]
[ archive | journal archive ]

[Apr. 6th, 2004|10:17 am]
Hels
[Current Mood |contemplativecontemplative]

Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow! Snow!

...yes.

***


Also also, am going to be having the best time in Auckland. Friday to Monday at Waiheke, Tuesday to Thursday at Tracey's (hopefully...) and then Friday in Hamilton, and then back again Saturday morning (just in time to start cramming for my marketing test).

Obviously, will not have time to see everyone while I'm up in Auckland. Hopefully I can convince Elaine to come into town on Saturday, or something, as I really really really want to see her. I miss her logic.

Like, on Sunday Merryn and I went to the museum (for the second time, because we love it a lot) and I finally found the mummy, so a texted Elaine, saying that I was with a mummy but I couldn't read the hieroglyphs as I'm not taking Hieroglyphs 101.

To which she replied: "I think u should move away frm there then. THERE MITE B A TRAP! Or sumthing mite just eat u up or da mummy come back 2 life 2 haunt u..." Elaine logic is the best. She also suggested that, instead of climbing through the garden to get to Gardies, I just teleport...

***


You know, it's so weird. I don't think I've ever really been homesick in my life - I mean, I don't miss my parents, I don't miss Auckland, I don't even really miss my friends that much (well, mostly just Trcaey and Elaine, because we always have such intelligent and/or crazy conversations, and I'm yet to find any one else quite the same). Where was I? Oh yeah. I feel like I'm missing a gene, or something. Or just an emotion. But I've never been able to feel sad about someone not being around.

I mean, the only thing I really feel is bad - like, when someone moves away and they go on about how much they miss me, or wish they could see me, and I'm always like, "Yeah, it'd be great to see you again - but life goes on, y'know?"

Maybe I'm just to forward facing. I'm no good at holding grudges, either. I mean, someone can really piss me off, make me so angry that I swear that I don't ever want to be around them again - and then I won't remember about it until they upset me again.

On the other hand, I tend to make snap judgements about people after only a couple of seconds. "You're worth knowing - you're not worth knowing - you're obviously a complete arsehole". I'd like to think that generally I'm pretty accurate, but by instantly deciding you don't like someone you miss out on finding out what kind of person they really are.

...and that's enough D&M for today.

***


Note to self: Next time W decides he's going to stare at you in all the ad breaks, just stare back at him. Do not listen to O when she tells you to throw vegetables at him.

***


I was talking to a guy from Hamilton last night. He was all, "Auckland's so big, yo!" And I was like, "Bitch, puh-lease! Hamilton puts the izzle in shizzle!" And then he was all, "A-men, sistah!"

Well, not really. I think if I held a conversation like that I'd have to shoot myself. But we did discuss the merits of going to single-sex school, and the comparative sizes of Auckland and Hamilton :)
LinkReply