I'm excited to go back to school for several reasons.
One being this:
Come one, come all.
Of the game,
the hot guy wearing the red shirt. (Remember girls?)
Except actually, none of it was a dream. It all actually happened. Inside Inception joke- that's what I like to call what I just wrote above the picture.
If you are confused out of your mind (if you even read this far), go see Inception. And then get back to me.
Let it also(x5) be known that:
I had fun writing this.
I haven't been running in 2 weeks. I can't bring myself to get out in this heat. Let's be honest, I sweat like a man as it is. And running in the morning is not something that could possibly happen consistently. I need sleep. Otherwise I get migraines. So see, no running for 2 weeks. Tonight I will change that.
I am beyond ready to go back to school. So ready, in fact, that I have a countdown app on my iPhone. 22 days! I am ready to see my friends, walk around campus, go to chapel, and have my freedom back! Love you mom and dad.
I am off work for the next 2 days. Hallelujah! Not that my job isn't fun (see post below), but I have major plans for these Sonic-free days. Like seeing Eclipse (again) with my momma today and going to a Arkansas Travelers game tomorrow with friends.
4. The Runaways
I rented The Runaways last night, mostly because I love Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart. It was okay. A lot of drugs and girl-kissing, but they were a 70's all-girl rock band, so I guess that's to be expected?
5. Miscellany Monday.
This was my first time to link up for Carissa's Miscellany Monday. I certainly made interesting the mundane. Check out her blog to link up and to see some cute babies.
It's not summer without a large happy hour drink from Sonic.
Am I right or am I right?
Sorry about the bad-quality iPhone picture. Funny thing- I sold this camera because I wasn't happy with it. Then today, my point-and-shoot went kaput. Funny, right?
In case you didn't click the link above for 'this version', I have made it simple for you to listen.
If this was the last piece of music I heard before I died, I would slip away peacefully.