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Peace & <3 White Chocolate Mochas OR This Is Most Definitely Not Something Snarky (274)

As promised, I will not write something snarky here about how much I hate two little words “We’ll see,” especially when a simple “No freakin’ way” or “I don’t think so” would suffice.  Oh, crap.  I did it anyway.  Oh well.  My hatred of those two words stems from a long line of “we’ll see’s” that were dished out by my mom, my ex “friends,” and my ex boyfriends/guys who strung me along and made me crazy!  I’m pretty good at handling the truth. In fact, I prefer hearing the truth, no matter how painful it may be.  After all, a lie told to preserve feelings only ends up hurting those feelings even more when the lie is discovered.  I was told “We’ll see” by no less than 3 people today and I know at least one of them was being a big fat liar!  I’m going to give them all the benefit of doubt though because really, I could have just asked for further explanation from them.  Right?


Really, this is no one’s problem other than my own.  It all stems from my past baggage and my desire to have a clear answer even though, sometimes, a vague response is all one can offer.  Still, I’d much rather hear something like “I will think about it and get back to you” or “I might like to but I really don’t want to commit to anything.”  Oh well.  Snarky rant that I wasn’t going to do is now over.



In other news, I have amazing friends who are totally uplifting, loving, and generous.  My friend Roni and her dad diagnosed that my car, in fact, did not need brakes, only brake fluid. YAY!  Saved me lots of money on new brakes and I can now drive without feeling like I’m going to die.  That’s a great thing!


Today was also my first day back at work after two weeks off.  It was so hard to stay awake! Now, as tired as I am, I can’t go to sleep.  Blah!  So frustrating.  But tomorrow is another day and tomorrow night springs forth with an abundance of new possibilities.  One possibility, I go to work, stay awake all day, go to Acton and lead worship in a semi decent way, go to the gym, have food, pass out asleep.  Yup.  Sounds like a plan to me!  Maybe more sleep will make me less crazy and less cranky and more happy/content with my life? Worship always helps so I’m looking forward to that.  


Peace and ❤ white chocolate mochas,




PS  This photo here sums up how I am when it comes to guys and probably one reason why I am still single:






If there’s a rocket tie me to it / Delena is the hottest fictional couple ever! (355)

Vampire Diaries Thursdays are one of my favorite days of the week.  It’s so much fun to watch the show with friends and root for Damon and Elena to get together finally and for for-ev-er! The sooner everyone gets on board the Damon and Elena train, the better.

Watching TVD was the highlight of my Thursday. Nothing monumental or super exciting happened today. I caught up on a few shows and watched some TV. I played guitar. I ate dinner.  I took a nap. Seriously, nothing exciting at all.  Work was good though. It went by really quickly which is always something I appreciate. I think it has something to do with it being Thursday. Tomorrow will probably go really slowly, especially since Saturday is Snow Patrol day!!! Yay!!!! I can’t even express how excited I am to see them again. It’s going to be awesome!


Snow Patrol!!!!

There’s something that’s bothered me for quite a few years and has recently come to my attention again. Why do guys find it so funny to pretend to be gay or to do quasi-homosexual things? Why is it considered so funny for two hetero guys to act like that but when girls do it, other women just think they’re stupid and guys think they’re hot? It just doesn’t make sense to me. Maybe it’s because I’m not the type of girl to do that? It’s not even a “christian” thing, it’s just who I am. Is that just a way for guys to be physically close to one another without other people legitimately wondering if they’re gay? Or is it really just the way guys think and what they find funny? Hopefully I’ll one day find an answer…

I’m thinking about starting a blog about all the books I read for school and for fun. Not necessarily for the benefit of other people so much as for my benefit to keep them all straight. I can literally read a fiction book in a few hours.  If it’s anywhere around 200-250 pages, it’ll probably only take me 3 to 4 hours to finish it. The only probably with being a fast reader is that I don’t always retain every detail of the story. Hence, the reason I am thinking of starting a blog about the books I read. I would also like to have a book club when I’m done with VLI so I can read books with my friends and discuss them. Anyone want to join me?

I must be going to sleep now aka read until I pass out from exhaustion. Insomnia and other external factors really suck. Peace and GO TEAM DAMON!!!!!!


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