Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Footloose and other melodramatic things

It's really hard to focus on the drama when listening to Footloose, which may or may not be the reason I'm blasting it right now.

I want to focus on the awesome in my life right now, not the drama, because I am a firm believer that anger and frustration only feeds the drama in one's life. Unfortunately, I am high strung with a VERY short temper.

So let's talk about the good before I spend three pages venting.

Winter quarter has started, my final edits for the book before I send it out, my teacher finally sent out his edits for my first chapter. Basically Morgantown = Win. As for my life? Not bad either. I'm boldly going where I've never gone before: Mornings. Hopefully that works out. We'll see. And two classes seem very awesome, which leaves two classes for me to fret about.

It's probably not going to be as bad as I think it will. I just have to put the pedal to the metal or something like that, and it'll be fine. I even have a library schedule, since my library runs at the end of last quarter put the power behind my exponentially increased productivity levels.

Money is not too hot right now. I'm working a lot of shifts, but even with the loan I took out, book costs for this quarter are through the roof, and I think my teachers are trying to put me into debt. They're out to get me.

Haha, just kidding. I don't think they're out to get me. I'm not in high school anymore.

Speaking of high school, and drama, I've recently been in more than a few situations that remind me what I don't like in a person.

It's never fun to meet the downside of people, but lately I've been doing a lot of that. Not that I've lost faith in humanity (I haven't seen Avatar yet, though, so who knows?), I just know what kind of person I want to associate myself with, and sometimes I misjudge it.

I don't even want to think about what I've been bitching about for the past few days, because really, my life is pretty damn awesome. Everyone has their demons though, I know that. But some things can't be explained away just because "it's a problem," or "my life is hard."

There comes a time when you either rise above it, or fall victim to it.

And I won't hang around people who use their situation as an excuse. I'm sorry. I just won't.

Thats my vent. I'm done now.

I still haven't decided about my summer plans though... help?

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