Money, so they say
Is the root of all evil
Money | Pink Floyd
Money.... Is currently on the mind. Why? Because though I always intend to manage it correctly, I always screw up in the end
Because, ha ha! I'm broke. Good news, my landlord is willing to let me pay August and Seotember's rent at the same time on September 1st. But in the meantime: I've got 34 dollars, my roommate has moved out and discontinued our utilities and I can't afford to get it turned back on...
All and all goodtimes.
I have to believe things will work out, even if I'm not sure how
Money, so they say
Today is the day of rapid fire posts.
Because I woke up before 8am.
Meaning: I've already had a few cups of coffee [one unbelievably good latte, but we've already gone over that], taken a few pictures, updated my blog AND watched the same old lady try to hustle 2 different groups of people [on 2 different blocks]
And I'm now.
Well, by bored I mean... Well... bored.
Which leads me to the conclusion that night owls are not meant to be awake in the early morning. And yes, 8 am is early morning for an owl. And by awake, I mean, they should not be waking up so early.
Going to sleep at 8 am is still a perfectly acceptable occurrence .
But now the boredom ends and the roadtrip begins.
Until next time
Beat on the brat
Beat on the brat
Beat on the brat... With a baseball bat!
Oh yeah, oh yeah...
Beat on the Brat | The Ramones
I am once again in the cafe called Sipology.
Sip-ol-ogy: [noun] : A cafe that makes unbelievably good latte's | [verb] the process of drinking an unbelievably good latte from Sipology.
So ok, the definitions are mine, but this place is amazing. And yet another reason to love Long Beach. Call me biased [which I'm sure you will] but the hidden gems here are amazing. I'm willing to put Long Beach a notch above downtown la for the shear gayness of the city. Which is cool.
Cause I'm a little gay girl.
Speaking of little gay girls... I've been trying to hold off blogging about this. Because hope springs eternal that I'll soon be a taken little gay girl. At which point, it would be highly embarrassing if she read this... But alas...
I met someone.
And she's... older. [like always]. Taller than me [barely]. Lives in San Francisco [an hour away]. And asked for my number & email [gave me hers as well].
So yeah... we talked for about 8 hours straight about... Music, politics, randomness... and it was great in a big way. And she was my type in a big unidentifiable way... [I can never describe my type when asked, but I always know it when I see it...]
So... yeah... all good, right?
The Truth | You have to love a cafe that plays | Handsome Boy Modeling School
There are so many songs about Long Beach and in a way, all of them fall short.
The title I originally planned for this post was: Crisis of Faith
I've lashed out and now feel as childish, as the spirit in which the words were given to me. But it doesn't change the fact that I'd like to lash out more.
What bothers me the most, is that I continuously operate under the assumption that when there is a problem, people will talk them through like adults. Or rather, when there is a problem, people will speak up.
And yet, the opposite is the truth that holds. When there is a problem, people will run away like children while quietly calling names.
Snide. Smug. Rude. Fake.
Jaded to friendship.
edit: It's funny, but I was sitting here trying to become less pissed when Quiet Dog, Bite Hard by Mos Def started playing on my iTunes shuffle.
One thing I want to assure them
If they think I'm going to change.
Or compromise my attitude and my way of life
In my expression or in my goal
They're making me stronger.
And I'm much stronger now.
I've decided this wont affect my outlook on life. If I've learned anything in my practice it's that the only person I have control over is me. I held onto this friendship much longer then I should have. It's funny, because at the beginning of the friendship the ending was foreshadowed. Multiple times in fact. Last year, I should have headed the warnings and let it go. Foolishly I thought I needed it. Foolishly, I thought moving forward we would be more inclined to talk through our problems. I was wrong, and that's okay. It wasn't the first time and it wont be the last.
I don't know, in the long run... it'll be all good.