||[Sep. 11th, 2007|05:30 pm]
|[||In My Ears
|||||the honorary title||]|
It's been quite a while since my last post, maybe I'll do some changing to the page.
I've been in school for a little more than a year, I haven't mentioned it much in my past posts. Anyway, I'm almost a respiratory therapist with a degree! It's very difficult, much more difficult than suffolk university....odd.
I've been single since...well....january of this year...I've had my 'flings', but no one to turn me upside down.
I'm working at Beverly Hospital right now as a resp. student and making a lot of money.
The time flies by while in school, and before I know it, it will be Christmas again and -20 degrees out.
I still make passionate love and have an intimate relationship with coffee.
I'm still living with my mother at home, and my two pets, zoe and lexiethecat.
I'll be graduating next spring and hope to beat feet into a condo if and when we sell the NH house (sad).
Once that happens I'll be the eligible bachelor living in a nice house alone, who cracks a beer right after he walks through the door.
I will get a sectional couch and a big screen plasma so I can watch the red sox, I will get a big-muthafuckinass grill so I can throw on some burgiz and dogs.
I'm taking life as it goes, I can't believe I'm 22 going on 23. I remember thinking back when I was younger, what will I be doing when I'm 21? What will I be doing when I'm 18?
Well it came before anyone knew it.
Trish is awesome, and she wanted me to put that in here.
I'm quickly getting to the point where I'll be growing older and looking to find the right one.
Enough of the teenage bullshit relationships full of unnecessary drama and meaningless arguing
It will happen when you least expect it, from my experiences.
I want that spontaneous feeling again, the calm heart beat when you feel so full.
Time flies, so you should really stop and take a look at yourself, and enjoy the fun parts because before you know it you'll be 10 years older and wondering where the time went.
Spend the time going to school and experiencing new people and sciences.