Thursday, April 21, 2005

...For I Have Sinned

I have a confession to make.

A terrible, horrible confession. You'll probably want to run away screaming when you read it.

I mean it. It's that bad. Those with weak stomachs should immediately stop reading.

...I said stop. Now.

But since you're still here, I might as well get this over with...

...are you sure you want to hear it?


I spent half my week's laundry money on another plant at the Earth Day celebration.

There, it's out. Now you all know what a horrible person I am. Go on, throw dirt. I know you want to.

It's an Angel Wing Begonia (and yes, I think it's the 'crackling rose' variety) and it just jumped up and down and yelled my name when I walked by it... in a plant-like, rustling in the breeze kind of way. I'm excited; this is another bit of green to add to my miniature jungle. ^_^

Two weeks till I get out of here, about two months till camp starts. Three months till one year with Rick. Slightly over four months until I'm back here again. o.o ..eep? A year till I head for Mexico. Three years to graduation, if I finish on time. Lots to look forward to... and lots to get ready for. Life moves too fast at times.

Oh yeah... and this.
Discuss? (I might do another entry on it, if I ever get around to it).

1 comment:

  1. *screams*

    Come on. It's worth it. Plants live; laundry doesn't (looks worryingly towards laundry basket as it starts shaking)

    Plant's are great. They make the place so much brighter and they reward your care with nice green leaves. From what I can tell from the pic, seems like a sturdy one.

    "My faith teaches that all people can change, so my prayers today are that the eyes of Cardinal Ratzinger -- now Pope Benedict XVI -- will be opened to the unique giftedness and blessing that LGBT people can be to the Church."

    Amen. If we can't re-elect another guy, do everything you can to hope he'll change... and you might be right. The Church will definitely be more divided than ever, in a time where it should actually be united in such times of global distress...