Oh, and by the way...
I still haven't seen King Kong (the new one) !
I feel the rush of living on the border of sanity, but I dread what will happen if I fall.
I just KNOW Bondwalker will be laughing silly when she reads this. I spent a horrible night and all I can think of that could be at fault is some damn sushi I had. I just knew that stuff wasn't good for me damn it ! This is what happens when I don't listen to myself. Long live western junk food !
I justed wanted to say "hiii" to a special friend I've spent some time with this week. We hadn't had times like these in a while, and I can honestly say ist's been amazing. What happens next, I have no clue. It's at a point were things can keep cool or get very ugly very quickly. But what the hell, I'll enjoy it while I can ! Like I said before, it's about living, not surviving.
So I'm finally getting used to my old rutine again.. with a new perspective, of course, but the hours are kind of hard. I'm pretty sure I hadn't posted that I have tickets for U2. They were a real pain to get and I was very excited about the concert. Las week, my boss tells me we have a tournament in Austin the day before the concert !!! It was supposed to be one week after but he messed up. I had a really tough choice to make there, one because it was really hard to get those tickets and I think it won't be very often that a band like that plays a place like this, and two, I really like going to those tournaments and it's a big part of my job.
It's amazing how... actually, that's how a song that I keep close to me starts... another story altogether but I won't get into that now, there's just how much a guy can take for one weekend. When I was driving to work this morning (yes, I'm one of the poor souls who works saturday mornings) I realized just how big my city is and how small I felt in it. I just felt... alone.
I can't remember the exact quote, it's in one of the LOTR movies (I did read the books, but I'm not sure if it's a direct quote, so all you Tolkien fans: lay off the hate mail). When they're telling the story of the ring they say something like "... and things that shouldn't have been forgotten, were..."