It’s weird how some people aren’t really aware of the world around them. I’ve been thinking about this mainly cuz of WG. Some guys who were in high school were helping them put in their sidewalk. WG told us that they couldn’t be in high school cuz they smoke. Duh. Get a clue.
Sara and I had to explain to him that people in our grade smoke – people in HIS grade probably smoke.
And about that thing when he heard my mom talking in Korean. I mean, everyone’s different somehow and I kinda feel bad that he doesn’t realize. I will never understand how people can be so unaware of what’s going on around them. Oh well.
I’m supposed to go to the State Fair with Jon tomorrow, but if it keeps raining like it is we’re not going. I hope it keeps raining cuz then I’ll probably just go to Jon’s and we can have some time alone. I don’t know how long it’s been since we made out or even BEEN with him but I miss him. I wish we lived closer so we could see each other whenever. But that’s not about to happen.
It’s nice when you can just think and think without anyone knowing your thoughts, ya know? BYE!
Another deep post. Thinking without anyone knowing your thoughts. That’s the funny thing about thinking, right?
I have two shows this week that I’ll be reviewing, and I’m excited to write something different here since it’s been awhile. So stay tuned for review of Six Elements’ Human Combat Chess (click here for last year’s review – it’s a fun, family-friendly show!) and Leap of Faith by Minneapolis Musical Theatre. I also saw Charm at Mixed Blood Theatre last night and have a ticket for Anatomy of Gray at Lyric Arts on Saturday. I feel like I haven’t seen enough theater lately and I’m ready to get a little lost in it over the next month.
Now head over to The Beth Next Door where you can enjoy her Throwback Thursday posts.
Purchases through Local Deals help support One Girl, Two Cities.