March 11, 2004 @ 8:55 pm by sean
Well I had a splendid time with the two hot girls. A splendid time indeed. Although I am quite tired for some reason, and I don’t think I was as good of company as I’d of liked to have been. I got to hold the arm of one of them. We didn’t end up going to Canada ’cause we didn’t have proper identification. I was scared of not bein’ allowed back in. Jen looks a little different from her liscence picture, and it’s from Iowa, so that might have looked suspicious. So we went to Greek Town instead. We ate at Pizza Papolis. It was nice. It was a fine day indeed, and I would have liked to gone back to Ian’s to hang out, but I’ve yawned about ten times in the short time I’ve been writting this, and I didn’t want to be even more boring company. And I have to work on my drawing. I have a lot to do on it still. Hopefully I can finish it tomorrow. It was a joy to hang out with friends from school at home. It was kinda strange feeling. I’m not used to hanging out with Judson people in my city.
I’m so tired. I was yesterday too. Yesterday was also a wonderful day. I spent most of it with Ms. Alyson. I went over her house after a fantastic chiropractic appointment. And hung out until youth group. Unfortunately she beat me in chess one out of the two times we played. I’m still up two games to one. She hung out with us after youth group too and I took her home. She is a wonderful person to be in the presence of. I really enjoy her family. It was a little strange without Jillian there also. We spoke of her a few times, but it’s strange that she isn’t around and that we speak of her in France.
The last two days have been the kind that I enjoy the most. Either hanging out with mostly just one friend, or just hanging out with a few. And limiting the TV use as well. I watched very little TV at Alyson’s, and none with my friends today. Lisa has been adiment about watching movies when I’m there, even though I’d rather just sit around and talk. Or not talk. I don’t appreciate what the TV does to communication. Conan O’Brien is an exception to that. Well I’d rather be at Ian’s than here writting this. And I’d rather write in this than work on my drawing, but unfortunately there are times when one must do what they’d rather not. This is one of those times.
I’m not sure I like school more than this. Nor can I picture myself continueing the routine.