These people make me want to jump off a cliff

just like you randomly added 1000 other people?
Not cool mister.
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From: Money, Success, Fame, Glamour
Date: Oct 4, 2007 10:11 PM

naw, i just randomly added you :D
Im Evan.

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From: Arika
Date: Oct 4, 2007 10:06 PM

Do I know you?


Ding Dong Ditch

So my question is, when did it become O.K. for people to be flaky?
I had a friend, a very good friend that I am very close to the other day
that I was supposed to go out to lunch with, He picked me up we drove around then
he needed to go his house to fix his sub or something so that was already out of the plan and me sitting in his car for about 20 minutes then all of a sudden he tells me that someone from his work has been wanting to hang out with him and now they have free time so he takes me back home?? You can get much more rude then that. Then I have this other friend who when I was living in New Jersey would write me about 2 snail mail letters every week but has yet to see me since I've gotten home and has ditched me twice Who doesn't even try to keep in contact with me. She made all these plans with me about moving to Portland then ditched me at the last minute then treated me like I was stupid and didn't know how costly it is to move when she's 18 sheltered and has never moved out I'm older have moved out twice I think I have a little more experience in the matter. People just don't value their friendships like they used to anymore It's really hurtful. Especially when they call you the next day and want to tell you all about their love life and their problems and stuff and you kind of just want to say "hey, Fuck you."


I have a problem.
A money spending problem
I don't know where ANY of my money goes.
And I have nothing to show for it.
I spend it too fast
Much too fast.
My parents help pay for school
I don't have a car
I don't have designer clothes
So, where did it go?
Debt is not fun.
I better get a job interview soon.



That's how my thong has been all day.
How did I not notice?

The comforts of home

So the New Jersey thing turned out to be a huge mistake. I mean I guess nothing is ever really a mistake because you always learn something so I guess it was just a less than favorable learning experience. I've been back home now for about a week. I'm really glad to be back i started thinking how much I was looking forward to fall and then I really started to miss Oregon. it's so beautiful in the fall here the color of the leaves, the gray skies and big rain drops (I'm a huge fan of rainy days, my moms home cooking, the smell of wood smoke from the fireplace. I'm getting ready to paint my room which is exciting and really sad at the same time it's like having to admit that I'm going to be living with my parents a little while longer but at least it won't be like rip out your eyes acid colored green. I've gotten to hang out with most of my friends since I came back except for Jamie who moved over the summer to Eugene. I think next weekend I will go down there and visit her and see the house her and Jared got. Everything just feels comforatble right now. School just started I'm only taking 9 credits this term
Intro to psychology
Understanding art
and some writing class. It's a pretty good variety though. I really wanted to take the class death and dying but it was all full it seems like it would be a really fascinating course though.