Girls are weird.
The crisis, that is.
Can't sleep, so I'm not even going to try.
I'm flipping off my phone. It's fun, and oddly calming.
I'm smiling. Weird. Take away the hope and the frustration and the disappointment and the sadness and the potential, and I'm still in love with her. That makes me smile.
I have a very strong urge to write something that's long-overdue. Good thing I'm at Jack's, miles from my computer. But the night is still young, and I'll have to go home eventually.
What a weird mood I'm in. I have, for the moment, found that elusive equilibrium. I'm not sure that I like it. Too precarious.
Dinner with YoungGirl makes me feel really old and really young at the same time.
Can't decide what to do today. I want to go somewhere, but I can't make up
It's a little cooler outside tonight. It feels really good.
Tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick
tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick
Stupid Jack's is charging $5.00 to get in the door at stupid 12:25 to see some stupid band. Fuck them and their stupid cover charge.
Okay, I asked her. She said it was an "interesting" idea. I don't know what that means.
I got to see HatGirl, and most of you people didn't get to see HatGirl! So ha-ha!
Trying not to think about something, and wondering why it's such an effort.
Now I'm at Bearno's. There are LOUD dorks here.
Had a dream that I was at a concert at my old high school. Frampton and
Loverboy - what an odd combination.
I've had an idea so crazy, it just might be brilliant.
I don't think I'm being unreasonable. I'm just asking for some decency.
I'm thinking how weird it is that in a week or two I could be thousands of miles away.
I feel a little better since I took most of my clothes off. I think I'm
going out to my garage.
I really needed that. It patched one of the holes in my soul.
I'm excited. This probably means I'm about to be disappointed, but for now I'm excited and I like it.
It's always weird when people I never saw before in my life greet me like their life-long friends.