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13 September 2004 @ 11:50 pm
Busy Weekend  
I went home this weekend to see the band. I went to the football game and got to see a lot of people. Ellen gave me a two minute hug and says that she misses everyone as does Chris. Seeing Craig, Kristin, Patty, Ben and other people made me miss Cholak, Erdman, and Tracy a lot. I kept finding little reminders of people around my room and in my car. It made me sad. I missed my puppy so I was very happy to recieve kisses from him. I miss him again already.

Seeing all the bands on Saturday was fun. I loved Mcdowell with their creativity and Pirates music. I was shouting "Go Jack Sparrow!" and "Johnny Depp is hot!" for fun. It was great and then afterwards I went to Ben's for awhile to hang out with people. It was nice.

Any other time at home I spent doing the crap load of homework I had.

So, choir on Thursday was awesome. Tim, the director, gave us all music and asked us to sight read and so we did and people actually knew what they were doing. It was really awesome and I'm so thankful he put me on soprano one. But there's only one other person singing with me and I feel like I'm singing really bad. I hope I'm not.

I went to a bible study tonight. I got Bryan to go with me so it was nice. They made me talk about my faith and it was awkward, but I got through it. I think I'll keep going and I hope that it really gives me the help I need.

Well, I should probably get back to my anthro reading. There's this little section on AIDS in the Sex and Marriage chapter and it keeps refering to AIDS as though it's a gay disease and it makes me so mad!!! It's not and it pissed me off so much that I actually wrote in my text book! I just put a little grrr... next to a couple things - very Erdman like. :)
Current Mood: lonelylonely
Current Music: my pen constantly breaking as I attempt to write a letter
(Anonymous) on September 18th, 2004 11:54 am (UTC)
Note from Mom
Do not write in your textbooks. Save this Erdman trait for books that cost $5 or less.