Love is dead.
I’m totally lovin’ Tokio Hotel right now, btw. Thank goodness for cute German boyz. (: Reminds me I really want to re-learn German. It’s so easy and I can say stuff … right-like. I mean honestly, the only thing stopping me from learning French is the fact that uh… I don’t know how to sound pretentious and cool-like the way they do. Rona has it down pat though. *laughs* Dunno why that chica is taking Spanish this summer if she misses French so much. Then again yesterday someone spoke to her in Spanish and she went, “WHAT?!” Lulz-worthy. I had to do some intervention there… oh, that was funny. (It was also funny when Rona missed a step and rattled the trash can by the stairs… hahaha)… xD
Uh yes! So anyway, German. That was over two years ago. Wow. I’ve forgotten most of my vocabulary fo’ sho, but reading it is so eassssyy breezy. Pronouncing stuff is second nature, though. Frau Mullen hat mich gut gelehrt. (Mrs. Mullen taught me well.)
Baby, it’s summer.
There’s a renewed sense of vigor lingering in the air. Can you taste the sweetness?
Activities and hobbies that I partook in last summer are giving me a fever. Lulz. Anyway… so like… last summer I participated in a book club (anddd made my own) and slowly I’ve been feeling like going back to it. Then this morning as I got my Borders Monthly something-or-other I couldn’t stand it anymore and went back. I cannot wait for the August read (which is being voted on now), but I might just participate in the July read as well. The Road by Cormac McCarthy. Though I am a lil’ torn because the author wrote No Country For Old Men (shit shouldn’t even be underlined, that’s how much I hate it). I feel very negatively towards that movie (which should not have too strong an impression on the novel as it might be yannoe, different, but I’m biased). There’s a sense of accomplishment just in logging back in to the forum and catching up.
And o’ course I’m also talking about being back on Aelyria… which was so last summer… (hah, that sounds bad). It’s the stuff made of summer love.
Hey, I want to take a micro-economics class. My success grade-wise is not guaranteed, but it sure does interest me. And I also want to take this particular Soc class everyone at UCSB should take… *ahem* No details disclosed.
Do you think I’m in love with you? Have no doubt, I am.