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Friday. 6.4.10 3:36 am
Welllll then.

I'm feeling pretty relaxed about life at the moment. I guess I was expecting more of an abrupt change, even hoping for one, but...maybe I just don't quite know how to feel yet. Time will tell.

Gotta keep having that conversation.

I just got done being really frustrated / disappointed in myself over a computer science assignment. The solution: good food, good music, and good friends. And telling myself that I'm not as stupid as I feel, I just didn't try hard enough...but that's less inspirational so we can leave that part out.

Ya know, now that I think about it, today was actually a really good day. Lots of food and friends...I can't even complain about all the work.

Muffy's musings:
  • The Simpsons do a KE$HA INTRO???
  • I don't even understand how people manage to pee on the floor. Every bathroom I go to, ope there's pee under the urinal.
  • I'm actually having to shave every 3 days now, as opposed to 5...it must be cuz I'm almost TWENTY??
  • Girls use their bodies to act out "Harder Better Faster Stronger"
  • I made a nifty logo for a site
  • Met a girl who's name is CATALYST. How freaking cool is that???
  • Yawns really are contagious. I yawn when someone around me does, and when I think about it, like right now
  • This summer, I plan on taking up some art projects. I miss being creative
  • grooveshark.com/ - It's like Pandora on steroids. You can do playlists, libraries, radio, and widgets. It's beautiful
Well, that was a pretty good size list. Not sure what else is going on. I feel like there's A LOT. But I can't really put it into words right now, and I don't wanna get to being too deep-thinking yet. Gotta save my brain for finals. ALTHOUGH, on a somewhat exciting note...I'M GOING TO READ A BOOK! Because I want to! I bought my first non-academic book IN AGES...."The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho. That is another one of my summer projects. For once...excited for the future :)

Muffy over and out

P.S. MUSE IS SO SICK. Why did I not discover this before? The 3 Exogenesis Symphony pieces are increeeedddibbleee....I usually only like certain singles, but their stuff is just GOOD.
Do not try to bend the spoon. That's impossible. Instead, try to realize the truth. There is no spoon. Then you will see that it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself.

Damn, I wish MY name was Catalyst. It'd beat what my real name is. X|
» randomjunk on 2010-06-04 06:44:48

Muffy waz up late!!
Ah! The alchemist.. it is an enjoyable read. Have fun with it!

Muse... They're awesome.. I just don't know the title of the songs that I like.
» Nuttz on 2010-06-04 07:54:16

Re: Its not like I'm starving myself because I DO eat its just that I'm trying to get into the habit to only eat when I'm hungry....

Also I envy you and your new readings!!! I have to keep rereading the books I own because I can't afford a new one and I owe the Library money. =/
» SporadicFunk on 2010-06-04 08:31:58

WOW! I want to name my kid Catalyst. She can be my girl's name because I already have five boys' names: Basil, Cecil, Sebastian, Jasper, and Zebulon. :D
» Zanzibar on 2010-06-04 08:45:11

oh, I forgot to say: Muse IS sick!
» Zanzibar on 2010-06-04 08:45:32

am i the only one concerned about the pee under the urinal?
» thaitanic on 2010-06-04 09:29:20

I really appreciate that book. I want to read the whole series. It sort of reminded me of The Little Prince.
» middaymoon on 2010-06-04 11:21:59

I'd name my cat Catalyist and my dog Kittie.

Muse is blah.

Kobe Bryant sucks.

Those girls aren't that nice to look at.

Who is Kesha?

What was up with that last hidden entry?
» undisputed on 2010-06-04 12:41:06

Just got the PM on the other username about the hidden entry.
» undisputed on 2010-06-04 12:55:02

yeah, Muse is pretty much frickin' awesome.
Although I must say I prefer their "Hysteria" days, back when I first knew them. Then again, it's been a while.
Catalyst's parents may or may not love her. I mean, cool word, but as a name?... Hmm. Do they call her Caty for short?

"The Alchemist" looks really good. I've been meaning to read it for a while, myself. Maybe we could start a NuTang book club! We could all read "The Alchemist", and in a month or so have a "book club discussion" in the forums!! :D
» invisible on 2010-06-04 03:25:27

yeah, I'd really recommend this book. I've always been a huge fan of Dale Carnegie's book "How to Win Friends and Influence People"... I think that's probably the most important book to read in a lifetime... but as far as communicating and dealing with difficult issues and people-- this one is really good. They don't mince words and they don't go easy on you... most of what they say turns out to be common sense but it always gets totally lost as soon as our anger/annoyance/emotions get in gear. If you're about to have some serious/possibly emotional conversations (...) then it's definitely worth a read.

Oh, and I'm glad you like my music! I've been collecting it song by song so it is a little random... I think the only thing they all have in common is that I like them all.
» Zanzibar on 2010-06-04 05:47:34

Oh, and I don't think it's related to "Fierce Conversations", though I bet they deal with some of the same issues. You could even check it out from the local library.
» Zanzibar on 2010-06-04 05:53:40

Muffy, you're lucky that you're over in the States and not some Asian country... Spoiled brattish immature adult men are all over here.. *roll eyes* I'm pretty sure I can say that although you guys are the same age, you are more matured than my brother.
» undecided on 2010-06-05 02:10:05

Muse is definitely amazing. and I've seen Daft Bodies, but I like Daft Hands better.

re: I've been through heart break before and I made myself sicker than I am now. it was my first one and I went to an extreme as far as starving myself for 3 weeks. after losing a little over 20 lbs, muscle mass and literally looking sick, I decided that I was never going to resort to that extreme again. also, this isn't the first time Jacob and I have gone through this. keeping a rational mind is the key to making it through this time and coming out better than last time. in all honesty, I love Jacob, but he and everyone else is right. I need to focus on my life rather than working a one-sided battle to keep him where he was in my life. he'll stay in it, just probably not at the level he was. lol I guess getting older really does make you {somewhat} wiser
» LostSoul13 on 2010-06-05 11:22:27

Well, regifting isn't necessarily returning... so you would be giving your lemons to someone else. Misery loves company, eh?
» randomjunk on 2010-06-06 06:29:14

i miss doing something creative too!! but i have been winning a lot in scrabble on facebook. i think i have had enough of creativity for a long time. =)
» renaye on 2010-06-06 08:43:27

No, I was wondering what other people would have to say about it.
» randomjunk on 2010-06-08 03:08:33

A NuTang book club sounds like it could be a cool idea, invisible, but a month to read a book?

When life gives you lemons, pass them on, eh randomjunk? I make a mean fresh-squeezed, old fashioned lemonade.
» fakebil on 2010-06-08 11:53:08

(playlist.com + pandora-esqueness) x 3245 = grooveshark = AWESOME
Re: comment
Good point. Let's.... start a new discussion in the forums about it! :D
» invisible on 2010-06-10 12:12:41



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