Just got out of the shower. Major-o crisis. I take out the shower rack, and get ready to hope in, and there is this huge-ass spider. Okay, I know I exaggerate things. A lot, usually. But I would swear on my CD collection (cus that's a hell of a lot more sentimental/valuable to me than a bible) that it's legs were each about 2 inches long. It was skinny, but still, I really don't like creepy crawly things. The thoughts in my head where the same as any girl who just wants to kill that gross buggy blooger-monster.
1. Is there anything around that I could dump on him (like bleach) to make him die? No.
2. Is there anything I can throw at it to maximize the space between me and it? Not without making a very loud sound.
3. Is there anyway to drown it to death? Ha ha! Stupid spider in my shower! I drowned it until I knew it was dead, then had the water run down the drain for about a minute. For my entire shower, I kept one eye on that drain. Yucky spider.
One thing I discovered I like about Early Bird classes. Yes, you have to be up early. Yes, you feel like it will never end. However, it doesn't even feel like I had a double Physics period, cus I don't remember much of the class. Yes, this may be detrimental come test-time, but for now, I enjoy the physic-amnesia.
I'm kinda wired right now, and don't want to go to bed yet. I like sleep, but only on my terms. "I covet my independence" - Heidi, The Heidi Chronicles.
For my English homework, I had to make a story or narrative using one of the moments of pride/shame, and I'm really happy with the way mine turned out. I'm thinking I'm going to start posting some of my writings and stories on my website. I've noticed that I already start using HTML when typing Word Documents. Instead of hitting control+i to make something italicized, I use the arrow/less than/greater than symbols. It's funny really.
I've been listening to Sister Hazel non-stop in the car. Makes me happy. Also, Allie is coming to Aerosmith with me. Yay! I'm really hoping I can find two other people, cus it's a week night, and the tickets are $75. I'm sure I will. I'm so totally excited.
I have no more to write for now. I shall surf journal for a bit, then retire to bed. Shall talk to y'all later.
*Dear Joan - Tabitha's Secret
*Hang (acoustic) - Matchbox 20
*Come Down - Toad the Wet Sprocket
*Told You So - Barenaked Ladies
*Here's to the Night - Eve 6
*Jesus Was an Alien - Tabitha's Secret
*Out There - Sister Hazel (fave song of the moment)