2.01.2010

who what why where when


I don't know what this blog is. I don't like saying I have a blog, or when talking to a friend saying, "WAIT, DID YOU READ MY BLOG?! BECAUSE THEN I WON'T HAVE TO RE-TELL YOU THIS POINTLESS STORY!" But alas, I still am drawn to the blogging world.
Maybe it's because I trying to say something to someone but I can't figure out who in the world that someone is so if I project it somewhere near that someone (come on, that someone's gotta have a facebook, RIGHT?), maybe they'll end up hearing what I'm wanting them to hear. Or, maybe, I secretly want my dad to find this blog so he doesn't feel bad about not knowing enough about me. Or maybe I am just madly in love with Internet and I want to share cool stuff with my friends that I don't even know if they really read or not (MANIFEST YOURSELF NOW!) in order to make myself seem cooler. Or maybe it's just that I'm biting my time with b.s. posts until this blog gets enough hits that I can advertise on this b.s. blog and sit in my bed and continue to post b.s. about my life, but GET PAID. I think the last one's a sure-fire winner.

Eventually I'll figure out what I'm doing here.
BUT FOR NOW.......
Boy, do I love Fictionist. I had the pleasure of attending their 2nd album release show for Lasting Echo. It was pure ecstasy. It was show numero quatro for me, and I’m not going to stop going anytime soon.





(Brad. I think I was going for this in the top one? PINK PIXELS?!)

It's always nice to see guys give up a seat on the bus for a girl. It tugs at me heartstrings. Every time.

It’s funny how things become more important when you eliminate the useless adjectives and. Punctuate. After. Every. Word. Engaged. Dean's. List. Throwing. Up. Everywhere.

I've come to the realization that no matter what you do, crap will get said about you. And when you're in a group of people who harbor that kind of stuff, even if you LIKE/LIKED that person, you'll STILL say crap about that person. Sad.

My ears still hurt from my headphones electrocuting me. But just a little.

Okay get on with it.....

I've been trying my best to not inject my politio-poisoned opinions on this, here blog. Mostly because I know that my friends who read this disagree with most things I say (and I'd rather hug it out instead of have a banter over cyber-space), but I read an article for my poly sci class tonight that I think you, whoever you are, should read. It's a short read....just read it.

7 comments:

Paige said...

i read ja blog. but you arready knew that.

Ashley Benjamin said...

I read your blog! I read it! I read it! And I heart it! Your mind fascinates me, dude. (Yes, I just called you dude.) AND your PHOTOGRAPHY.... golly gee, YOU ROCK.

Carli said...

I really enjoyed that article, its so true and so sad but such is life, I think i can say from first hand experience how big the gap is between democrat and republican. P.S. I agree with Ashley, you do rock...

Catherine Newman said...

I love your blog and your photography. I want to hang it up in my house someday, while listening to an album of your beautiful voice. Seriously though! And loved the article. You are awesome, Anna

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

I actually don't tell my friends about my blog either. :) It's something I just like to do...I don't always think deeply about 'why blog' and definitely avoid talking about it with friends. If you talk to other bloggers that usually helps, we all get each other on this particular, ambiguous sphere...

meishamarie said...

Oh dear anna,

It would not be an adequate lady crush if I was not stocking you in cyber space. I love your posts!

Romantico said...

I think that telling friends about our blogs is not important...personally, i prefer to keep it for me..and if one of my friends discovers my blog by chance, well that'll be nice :)