Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Yeargh.


I got a text message forward today. (I hate them so much.) It said, "Someone you miss will realize how much they want you today. Don't ignore this! Send it to 8 people, including me, and watch who calls." Do you know who sent it to me? I'll give you three guesses.... That's right! The ex boyfriend.

UGH. WHY DOES HE SEND ME THESE?!! It's so irritating because part of me actually does miss the boy and whenever he sends me junk like this it just messes me up. Why can't we just move on and live life? I tell you, the boy is persistent. I've gotta hand that to him. *sigh* Oh well. Hopefully I've finally solved the texting problem. I was hoping that if I just ignored them they'd go away, but I told him to stop and hopefully he will this time.

I really think I need to move away for awhile. Nick was talking about how nice it would be to move to a place where nobody knows you--have a clean start. That sounds really tempting sometimes.

Oh well. At least life is funny around here. I'll just keep my sense of humor about these things. :-)

Quote of the Day
: Humor is everywhere, in that there's irony in just about anything a human does. --Bill Nye, Interview with Wired.com, April 2005

2 comments:

Jarom said...

Everyone should do it at least once, at least to appriciate home...

Allen said...

Moving away is nice! Starting over always sounds nice, but does not always work out the way we think. Too often we try and run away from our problems our ourselves in the guise of starting over. When that happens, we find ourselves in a new place, without our friends and family, in the same situations. Unless we are tired of family and friends and seeking to put as much distance between us and them to spare ourselves from the pain and unending questioning and constant hounding of why we are not dating someone or in some kind of relationship and otherwise looking for a moment of peace and quiet. In that case, I suggest San Diego. Great weather there!

 

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