"I'm Yours"

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Mmmm I love Jason Mraz's song.

That, and Colbie Calliat's "Realize" have been like, my life soundtrack for the past month.
Just thought you should all know that.

And into current event news...

Winter Formal is exactly 1 month away.

I'm still undecided about attending, mainly because I have no date, and I haven't really made an effort to find one, and find a group I can go with.

I feel pathetic.

A year ago, I already had all my formal plans set out, a dress picked, tickets bought, group arranged, dinner fixed and ready to go, and I was pumped to experience this awesome event. Fast forward a year, and I'm a mess that overly stressed, date-less, super busy, and way behind schedule.

I really don't want to miss out on this event, but I'm almost at the point where I'm just too busy to figure out all this formal stuff, like really...if a guy wanted to go with me he would have already asked me, and if I really wanted to go with someone, I would have asked them, and so on. Time is winding down so quickly, and I really have nothing planned out.

Seriously, I wish I had everything planned out and ready for formal. Technically, all I'm lacking is a date. In general, I have a dress I got a couple months ago for an event I had to go to, I have a group I could go with, a dinner/ride, and two free passes (from Raisin Day Ticket Drawing).

I don't understand boys.
I probably won't ever will.
Screw them, and their minds that just can't make up anything.

Boys are lame.

"i think i just got the best advice... even though it's a little wrong.."

Respectfully submitted,


  1. 1. I didn't intend on going to Winter Formal my sophomore year until Angie asked me a week before the date. Some guy out there is in the same boat.

    2. Us guys aren't stupid, we just have trouble reading signals from you confusing girls.

    3. Even if everything falls through and you don't end up with a date, go anyways. No one's judging you, and if they are, screw 'em. After three years in college I can safely say that a lot of the intricate dramas of high school are a long-forgotten memory.

    Good luck,
    yer big bro.