I actually want people to read this one.
To be honest, I’m at home right now. I had to come home to go to the Doctor today for my IV, and I’m going to Bumbershoot tomorrow… I think. We were gonna on monday, but it’s gonna rain, and we wouldn’t be able to go until later, like 1. Yeah, it should be fun. I really only wanted to go on monday because it had this music journalism workshop thingy. But that’s okay, the Shins, Gym Class Heroes and Panic! At the Disco are playing tomorrow, and some cool comedians, so we’ll have fun. Hopefully Laura can go, but I don’t know. I don’t mind going with just Libby and her friend.
But college life is…awesome! I love not having my parents there telling me what to do all the time, and I love not having to really do any dishes. We just go eat in the cafeteria all the time. St. Martins actually has really good food. We can get classics, like turkey and mashed potatoes, to cheeseburgers, to omelettes. We have lots of choices. But one thing about school that’s a little weird for me – we went to the Mass of the Holy Spirit the other day, and I felt so awkward. We had to sing and sit and stand and kneel, and repeat after the monks and stuff. I had no idea what to do. But they had this swinging incense thing, and it smelled like old people. I never figured that there was an old people incense.
I’ve met some pretty cool new people, but I still miss my friends. But I really don’t think that I’ve met someone that I didn’t really like. My Journalism teacher is kind of a freak and my math teacher’s a little scatterbrained, but Father G, my history Professor is SO COOL! He talks about himself in third person, and randomly in the middle of sentences, he says “Pregnant pause” and looks at his watch, and starts talking like 5 seconds later. It’s so funny, and I’m quite happy that I took AP World History, because it’s basically the same stuff in Development of Western. Civ.
Hmmm… I don’t really have anything else to say right now. I’ll write back tomorrow for my Official Review of Bumbershoot, Day 1. I obviously am not going to day 2 or 3, because I’m a college student…I’m poor.