Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Quitting and Crazy Tired

"We've got a lot to learn
Why do we always run away?
The time to fight is now
A silent voice is of no use
We've got to rise up"
-Forever Changed, Encounter

First of all, quitting. I know that I have quit a several good amount of things my life (quizzing, volleyball, track), but I don't think that you should just quit. First of all, I don't think you should quit because you were elected and were wanting to be part of it and because there is only like three months left. Not even probably. But, whatever, I was told by my mother that not everyone can feel the same way I do about something. Like, what's really important to me may not be important to someone else. I understand that. The whole thing just burns my bottom a little bit. Actually, more than a little bit. It makes me madder than a wet hen. I know that things will work out how they are supposed to. I am going to try to just keep telling myself that.

Sometimes when I laugh, I sound like I am hyperventilating. People like to point it out to me a lot. I actually have like three different laughs. Of course, that's not weird for a person who goes through like three or four stages when I am tired. It's weird that people know me well enough to know that I not only have different stages when I am tired, but they can also pretty much identify them. Ha, ha. I would like to apologize to anyone who has ever seen me tired. My brother is actually very afraid to wake me up when I am taking a nap, because when I am tired I become sort of crazy. So I apologize for anyone who has seen me crazy, whether I was tired or not.

2 comments:

CT said...

Annie the wet hen... hmmm... mind pictures.

Annie said...

Oh, Cole. Not like that.