Things

Here are some things I’ve been thinking about today:

-A series of short stories that are tied to each other by a common event that all the main characters witnessed.

-All the reasons I love the internet [1) It organizes my life, 2) There are cool people on it, 3) It helps me write more frequently, 4) It forces me, whether I want to or not, to learn a whole bunch of stuff… this list could probably go on.]

-How sad I feel that the stray cat in the parking lot that my mom and I call Funny Face is old and is probably going to die soon. We’ve known him since we moved into this apartment, fifteen years ago.

-The reasons driving in Israel sucks.

-The mean, useless, uncaring, unfriendly, and entirely aggravating service that I’ve received at The Gap this week.

-My friends and how glad I am to hang out with them.

-Books. I’ve been thinking a lot about all the books I still want to read this summer and how the time is slipping away.

-The fact that I’m leaving home again in one month and one week.

-My theory that Wednesdays suck, uniformly, because they are smack in the middle of the week and so there is no weekend right behind you to look back on and no weekend right before you to look forward to. Wednesdays are the worst. Mondays are fine. It’s those bloody, bloody Wednesdays that get me.

-How I’m looking forward to catching up on blogs this weekend. Yes – that means YOU. I’m looking forward to reading YOUR BLOG this weekend!

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10 thoughts on “Things

  1. Erin M says:

    Love this post! But I’m sad about the cat. =[

    Great reasons to love the internet. I completely agree. (I keep wondering what people, especially writers or trivia hounds, did before there was internet. I don’t know what I’d do without it. =\)

    That sounds like an amazing premise for a series of short stories!

    Sorry driving and Gap service and Wednesdays suck.

    Hope you have a better Thursday!

    xoxoxo

    • Hmm. I sometimes think that I would have enjoyed a world without the internet. I would have been able to read even more than I do now – but then again, I would probably be so incredibly lonely.

  2. Orin says:

    What, I’ve always loved Wednesdays! Maybe because I don’t work on Fridays so it IS kinda close to the weekend (sometimes I already start feeling the weekend creeping on Tuesday evening, but that’s only on optimistic weeks). You know, in German Wednesday is called Mittwoch which literally means the middle of the week…
    But I agree with you completely about all the other Things.

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