Posts Tagged “parents”

The Good, the Bad, and the Clumsy

I’m not even quite sure what to say about yesterday. Everything was going pretty well, and then right at the end of the night, something horrible happened that just made the whole day a complete failure. In light of that, I don’t really want to talk too much about the good part of the day. I guess I will anyways, though.

About 11:30 AM I got a call from Jeff. He told me that Kristy and Erica had both ditched us – since we had been planning to hang out together. He asked if I still wanted to do something, and I said sure. He came by in a few minutes and picked me up, and then we went to Wal-mart so he could get some Auto Febreze for his car to make it smell nice. We walked through the automotive section and couldn’t see it, so then we looked for it under Household Cleaners and didn’t see it there either. After a while, Jeff just said to forget it, and we went to leave. On the way out the door, there it was – sitting on a shelf display in one of the aisles. It was pretty strange. So he paid for it and we headed out. He sprayed it inside his car, and because it was still wet, we got it all over our clothes when we got in. Oh well. So we smell like Auto Febreze – who cares?

After that, we headed out to get some…Continue Reading

Staring Strangers

Today was certainly an unusual day in some respects. I mean, school was, for the most part, as usual, but it’s not every day that we get a new student. Yes sir, today Melissa started coming to the school. Considering I already know her, it wasn’t all that necessary for me to introduce myself to her or anything, but it was still just strange seeing her there. So, if you’re reading this Melissa, consider this my official welcome to the school for you. Now don’t ever expect me to do anything nice for you again. (Just kidding, of course. I’m nice, and you know it.)

Other than that, everything was normal for the most part. I decided to get off the bus at Dunsdon St. and walk from there since it was nice outside and such. On my way home, I started to look at the people in the cars going by. It’s kind of funny, really. If you’re out walking some time, you should try this too. Just watch the people in the cars. It’s been my experience that most of the people driving by will look at you. I mean, it’s not like there’s all that much to look at with me. If the majority of the people were women, then I could draw a correlation, but a lot of men driving looked over at me, and I doubt that all of those men are gay. It’s just not very likely. But I find myself doing this too.…Continue Reading

Incredibly Interesting Day! Not.

I really have nothing to say today. Nothing really interesting happened at all. But seeing as this blog-writing has become a habit now, or perhaps even an addiction, I suppose I should write something.

First off, my parents should likely be on their way pretty soon to Hamilton for a meeting with “the bank.” I have no idea what bank they’re talking about or why they have to go to Hamilton, but whatever. The fact is that they’re leaving for a meeting at 4:00. That means I’ll likely get hungry before they get home, so I’ll have supper early. It’s kind of strange, though. My parents have always been the overprotective type, bordering on smothering me. They’ve never gone even that far away and left me alone in the house. I mean, they know I’m not going to do anything bad, but they (especially my mom) were the cautious type and would arrange for me to go over to the Tozers for the afternoon while they were gone or whatever. I always thought it was pretty stupid. What, somebody’s going to happen to break into the house in the specific hour or two that you’re gone and rape me or something? I highly doubt that. I don’t think I could live with myself if I got raped in my own home. It’s my turf, and I know exactly where the baseball bats are if I need them. But I can fight for myself without them anyways. Adrenaline has powerful qualities.…Continue Reading

Horrible Thought

I just had a disgusting, perverted thought. Wouldn’t it suck if high schools offered the same sort of stuff that universities/colleges did, like where you could go back and get an extra course? Like, I know that people can go back and take courses to get their diploma, but like, my mom is going to Mohawk college for a computer course right now. Wouldn’t it suck if high schools did the same thing? And then you’re walking through the hallways at school and see your mom walking down with all these teenagers? Or your mom starts freaking out and tidying up your locker? Or she goes ballistic because she sees you smoking pot with your friends or something?

Haha, oh man, what a bad thought. Of course, I don’t go to a big high school, but then again I guess it’d be even worse if my high school offered other courses. Then I’d see my mom every minute of every day. Scary……