Gail (gailmarie) wrote,

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And it hurts to want everything and nothing at the same time

Revelations of the night:

- I like using a really big (BIG) white towel to wrap myself in when I get out of the shower.

- I wear make-up for myself. Before I took it off tonight, I thought "wow, I have really pretty eyes" with my eyeliner accenting and the extra couple strokes of the eyebrow pencil that made them frame my eyes in a very pretty manner. Then I took off all of it and realized that I looked dull, bland, sad and almost dead. Not pretty.

- I hate when everyone leaves a party at the same time. I hate when one person gets up to go and within 5 minutes, half the people have left. It's too much to adapt to, too quickly. I don't deal well with things like that. I like the slow trickle out, with the last person staying longest. It just makes sense to me.

- I know what I want for prom, but I don't know how to make it happen. Getting asked to dances is always an embarrassing affair, and too commercialized. It's like the Super Bowl.

- I really need a manicure/pedicure.

- I hate the toothpaste Mama keeps buying.

- I'm too narrow in what makes me happy. Not enough variety.

- I want to be out of this (now week-long) slump I've been in by Spring Break.

- I can't wait for this week to be over. I can't wait until I'm on Spring Break. I can't wait until I can stay up late and not have to wake up early. I can't wait until I have no work to get done. I can't wait until we find out the casting for the Spring Play. I can't wait until the weekend.

- I feel so free, and have lately because I haven't had crew in 3 days. But tomorrow, Friday and Saturday are going to be BIG, intense crew sessions. And my brother moves into his new house on Friday/Saturday. Maybe after that I'll get a chance to settle down.

Two quotes that are dictating my life right now:

  • And it hurts to want everything and nothing at the same time. - Michelle Branch ("Goodbye to You").

  • Expecting the world to treat you fairly because you are a good person is a little like expecting the bull not to attack you because you are a vegetarian. - Dennis Wholey
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