wOct 20, 2005

Cats, A Pretty Book, and Other Things

Talk about irony.

I was having a conversation with my mom yesterday afternoon, and she told me to call my sister at home. I was confused as to why she'd be home so early (around 3:30), but called anyway. Julie informed me that today at work, Kevin found a small abandoned kitten in a field and brought it home. I'm not sure if they're going to keep it or not, but its name is Pumpkin. Surprisingly, it's not orange (I don't know who named it). Mia came on the phone to inform me that Whisper (the one that randomly decides to insert its teeth into the back of my hand) is now a "Mumma Kittee." So now there's another cute cat, but knowing my luck, this one will probably hate me too. I warned Julie that Dad is probably going to tell her he has to kill it because it's infested with rabies and other various diseases from living in the wild, and thus reverting to a "jungle animal."

This blog needs some graphic action going on. Here is the copy of Evangeline (and some other Longfellow stuff) that I bought last week. It's a small book; about the length of the tip of my middle finger to the base of my palm.

It's so pretty, I almost don't want to read it!

I kind of gave up on doing homework today. I definitely need a mental break, lest I go insane. Jennifer arrives tomorrow, and I'm really excited for her to be here this weekend!

Unfortunately, other areas of life are not-so-good. But I should go to sleep because dwelling on things that you can't control is never good. I'm sick of sitting around and waiting for things to start going right for me. I should have a shitload of good karma coming my way any time now, but of course that never happens. Life for everyone around me seems to improve exponentially, but instead of being a good person and being happy for everyone, I am instead jealous and bitter. Because nothing ever gets better. If anything, it's worse. But I guess that explains where I am to begin with. Woe to us bitter and cynical people. It's not our fault that we got put here in the first place, but now that we're here, we'll never be able to leave.

We watched "Dark Crystal" tonight in Sci-Fi/Fantasy Club, and it was the first time I'd ever seen it. I really liked it a lot!

Current Music: silent ceremony - Le Portrait de Petite Cosette OST
scribbled mystickeeper at 1:15 AM

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