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Just Another Chick (christiey) wrote,
@ 2003-06-20 15:21:00
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    Current mood: bored
    Current music:"Sunrise, Sunset" Bright Eyes

    Bored
    I'm extremely bored at the moment. Ever had one of those days where you just feel completely trapped? If you have then you understand exactly how I'm feeling right now. I want to get out but I have no way out and it's driving me crazy. So I'm just sitting here listening to music. Having very little conversation with very few people. Blah blah blah.....it's all grey and stormy looking outside which is also effecting my mood. I'm hoping my camera the I bought will be coming today because I want to play with it. I was hoping to be able to go and get my pictures from Boston developed, but that's not happening for me again. So instead I'm here listening to some kick ass music and burning some incense. It's strange. The patterns we form in our lives. We basically do the same things every day. Mostly in the same order, sometimes in a slightly different order, but everyday consists of several very basic things. Sleeping, eating, shitting/peeing, grooming (showering, brushing our teeth, perhaps doing your hair or putting on make up, all things of that sort), then entertaining ourselves some how (Talking to people, haning out, TV, Computers, etc...) We have control over all these things, we can chose to them or not to them and if we chose to do them we chose what we want to do or eat or where we want to go. So in a sense I suppose you could say we have control over our daily-destinies. We seem to tend to find one certain routine or a comfortable sequence in which to perform these basic activities on a daily basis. Why do we do this? It must be because as humans we seek consistancy. Luckily we also can choose to change these routines when we get sick of them. The problem comes when we lack the means to change the routine. Therefore we're stuck.

    Wow, that was one long crazy rambling thought....He he....probably bored whoever may be reading this. If I did I'm sorry. If I didn't bore you then you must be just as crazy as I am feeling at the moment! Ha ha. Well I'm going to go see if I can find something...ANYTHING....to do! Later!

    -Christina-



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