Peeps on da twitter (FOLLOW ME: @drewariana) were complaining. Cause I tweet too much.
Okay. I do tweet a lot. BUT the reason that I tweet is because I get bored and feel the compulsive need to share my thoughts. It’s dumb. But I do it anyway.
So I’m back home for the summer with not a lot to do. (Okay I really have a LOT to do but nothing that can’t be put off) so I decided that I might as well start using my tumblr again. Maybe people will read it. Maybe they won’t. But it’s worth a try to get all my thoughts down on [virtual] paper.
Besides restoring my Tumblr (more changes to come), I’m actually been pretty damn productive.
So far today I’ve:
Ordered a new debit card (I cracked my old one)
Ordered a new check book
Made a list of all the plays that I want to see while I’m back home (most of which I’ll probably end up seeing by myself): “The Madness of King George III,” “The Goat or, Who is Sylvia,” “Next to Normal,” “Working,” “Merrily We Roll Along,” and “Passing Strange.”
Made a list of CD’s I desperately want and have ordered most of them from the library.
Completed day 3 of P90X (Do your best and forget the rest) (OUCH MY BODY HURTS)
Read “Superior Donuts” (okay I did it yesterday but I’m still gonna count it)
Caught up on GLEE (most of which has been extremely disappointing)
Did I mention that I haven’t left my house yet? I’m going slightly crazy and am going to have to find a reason to get out pretty soon. Maybe just a drive around will do the trick.
REGARDLESS, this post has gotten UNGODLY long soooo I’ll spare you all from any more of my life and end it here.
I am posting this audio cause I am OBSESSED with the harmony the last time they sing the “Two Households” line. Also all this Shakespeare makes me worry for Much Ado auditions coming up as soon as I get to school. God help me. I bought the play today! Baby steps forward.
I’m going to try and write on this bad boy at least once a day. We’ll see how it goes.
Hello dear readers. My English homework for this week is to read a short story every night. Last night I read a wonderful one in the March 2010 copy of the New Yorker. When I chose the article I wanted to read in another edition, I hated the story so I went online and read a David Sedaris one instead. Please enjoy, it’s pretty awesome. Also, I’ll be posting one of my journals soon. So yeah. You have that to look forward to.
Just kidding, because it’s gonna be $350. Time to start saving up monies. Yikes. Let’s hope graduation rakes in some dough. Okay, maybe not kidding. Let’s set this goal as a pre-college thing that I will get. Yeah, that sounds good.
“Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan “press on” has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race”—Calvin Coolidge