hmmmmm…sometimes I shouldn’t be so free when it comes to…well, being in public at all. Especially when in front of people that I would prefer to give the impression of normalcy. I should also learn how to control my body temperature, the volume of my voice, and my diction when expressing myself. lesson learned…hopefully.
Note from me: So, interesting story… Louise sometimes experiences a sensation where she can overheat in literally 10 seconds or less and become very uncomfortable and begin to freak out because she is so burning hot (and when i said sometimes, i meant multiple times in a day). This evening we were in Borders, in the check-out line. I was buying a couple of books when Louise, standing next to me, suddenly experienced the afore mentioned burning sensation. Something else that happens when she becomes incredibly hot is that she has absolutely no control over the decibel of her voice. She had what I would describe as an outburst. After yelling about how hot she was, our school uniforms, and a few other non-related things, to the man ringing me up, she made a bee-line for the door. Bursting forth out of the automatic doors, she ran into the parking lot and proceeded to yell this: “YES, THE COLD NIGHT AIR ON MY BOOODY!!!” Followed by a slew of, “IT FEELS SO GOOD, I WANT TO TAKE OFF ALL MY CLOTHES, IM SO HOT (i wish that i could extra-capitalize the word hot, just to express how much emphasis was put on it)!” All this was exclaimed to the Borders parking lot, and the employee on smoke break, as she ran to her car, ripping and pulling at her clothes as she did so. She reaches her car: “OH MY GOD, THERE’S SO MUCH SHIT IN HERE!” Throwing things around and generally making a huge mess as her body continues to over-heat: “SOOO HOT!” Then, as the finale, she takes a momentary pause from climbing into her car to stand upon it and proclaim: “MY BODY IS SO HOT RIGHT NOW!!!” into the freezing night air.
“I don’t want to own anything until I know I’ve found the place where me and things belong together. I’m not quite sure where that is just yet. But I know what it’s like…. It’s like Tiffany’s.”—Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
“The best thing about dreams is that fleeting moment, when you are between asleep and awake, when you don’t know the difference between reality and fantasy, when for just that one moment you feel with your entire soul that the dream is reality, and it really happened.”—
Well, here it is: my first post! The foremost reason why I decided to start this is all due to two of my best friends, Alexis and Louise (co-creators of Leschi & the Groove), who led me to create this blog. Their friendship has been a constant source of hilarity and inspiration for me, and I love the direction the three of our lives are taking! This would probably have been an ideal spot to upload a picture of myself with both of these truly amazing people; BUT, I am having slight trouble figuring out how to do so. I apologize for my incapacity to use a computer- this problem will be addressed soon!
I am incredibly excited to be beginning this blog, as well as continuing working on skits with Lexi and Louise. I will include a link to our two first videos, as soon as I learn how to do that, too! :)