Friday, July 30, 2010

Picnic In A Park

The thing I was thinking about for a long time was going to debeneville pines.
That is, until this morning.
This morning I remembered about the picnic I was having in WhittierNarrows.
So after I heard my dad's alarm, "Au Ti's Love," after snooze for the second (and definitely final) time I got out of bed.
When we got to the picnic, I went on a waay-longer-than-I-thought-it-was-going-to-be walk to the nature center that wasn't even that good. Wouldn't it be nice if people actually just made it a place the animals wanted to be and let people see them wild?
I think so.
After a dozen scratches on my legs I decided I wanted to leave the nature center.
I apparently discovered that there was a shortcut out.
At that, I was pretty happy.
When we got back, I just waited until my friend Elijah came.
When he came, we played catch with baseball mitts and trust me, I did not work well with such a big dang glove...
Then it was my turn to serve giant tomatoes to a bunch of strangers.
The bad side of that job is that they are all stuck together and slimy and big.
So, after I had an eating break I switched to serving cheese.
A while later, Elijah's mom, Jennifer, and grace's friend Falstino were giving us workouts.
Falstino really likes to do stuff like that.
Trust me.
He had a fun time from that look in his eyes.
Any who, after that, Elijah, Jennifer and I went on a small bike ride around the Whittier Narrows lake.
Yes, it is a big lake.
It sort of felt like a journey.
That is, of course until Jennifer started talking to this guy for a while in the middle while me and Elijah were telling her we were ready to proceed (a.k.a. we are really bored! Let's go!!!).
When we got back from that, we sat down, obviously tired.
That's when the three of us got interested in our shoes.
we started taking the off and putting them on.
We then realized that we all had the same size!
So there we were, walking, me in one of Jennifer's shoes and one of mine, Elijah wearing one of his and one of Jennifer's, and Jennifer wearing One of mine and one of Elijah's.
I know, you didn't have to understand that, don't worry.
Anyways, after fiddling with our shoes, we decided to take them off and walk in the shallow stream.
It felt good on my feet; as good as a massage.
It was cold, icy and relaxing.
While we walked up and down the waterfall and into the current, me and Elijah talked.
At a point of walking we stopped int front of my dad and Jennifer.
We started playing games, but I will only point out one.
That game was called "what are you doing?"
To play the game one person starts off acting out something.
The next person asks, "what are you doing?"
The person acting says they are doing something completely different and crazy.
Then the person who asked the question has to act out what the other person said they were doing, and it just goes on in a circle.
It's okay if you didn't get that either.
A while after that, we went home, and I will not continue from here, due to the boringness.
This will be the end of my entry.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Life As Is

The thing i don't understand is what you think when you sleep.
Do you even think?
I don't think so.
And I won't think so in my sleep
unless i can think in my sleep
witch I do not think I know yet.
When I sleep,
I cannot control what I do.
People say 'that sucks!'
Does it really?
Dreaming without guidance or control could be like seeing and watching how you act in your dreams
And the dreamy world that is inside of you
without making it up or controlling it
just letting it pass by...

I feel like I am trapped in my life.
The only thing I can do is what I am doing now.
I do not feel a bright future ahead of me, but people say it will happen.
Once again, does it really?
I ponder this question on multiples subjects.
What I do in the moment is the only thing I can do
And the background is forever stuck with my life
and I cannot change anything.
Or can I?

My kitty was extra loud last night, and trust me,
Her meows are not like a lullaby, or I would be keeping her by my bed all night.
Last night I looked up at the colossal starry night on my ceiling
pasted all glow in the dark
I began see them quiver
and that's when I turned on the lights all freaked out
It was as if they all were saying, 'what did we do? We were just sitting here quietly!'
And that's when I decided to turn the lights out
and not stare at those freaky stars
and actually sleep.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The River

I was thinking about this event all week
This, infact, would be the funnest event in my entire week...
It all started of with playing awesome Killers music mixed with some alternative and Amanda Palmer.
Then was the action.
We were all carrying our dang old heavy backpacks and hiking in our sneake- flipflops,...
when me and my old friend Elijah Say,
"Let"s trek and follow he river the entire rest of the friggin way!"...
That, Unfortunately, did not work.
We-um, didn't realize the distance...
we'll not get to that now.
I finally got to dip my feet in the cold water
and trust me,
I did not like it at first.
I found myself finally going into the water, and i go down the river with elijah
Artemis Fowl Style,
commander Julius root and holly short stalking the waters.
That followed by a lot of major splashing
dogs swimming for rocks and helpless little sticks
A dorito bag
And endlessly eating PB&J's.
And now we are back.
And I think "Aunt" should have an abbreviation.

Monday, July 26, 2010

The Funny Thing Is

The funny thing is beetween the time of school and summer this year,
everything has changed.
i suddenly move away from my old school, aveson charter school,
switching to renarts performing arts school.
big change.
I also skipped a grade.
mom goes to a hospital for a week due to intestional abstruction.
i get mice (more of them!!!).
my dad moves into a duplex.
My sis gets a new boyfriend.
I get a new room.
I get a new friend.
I get a new life.
The funny thing is how life can be.