Oh, hello again, dears. Again, this will be a short blog, as I am posting from my phone, and my hands hurt so bad from desperately texting for a place to stay. Sadly, an official place has not yet been found, but if worst comes to worst, I can always ask one of my relatives out here for a couch.
It is incredibly doubtful that I will be here for the summer. Yesterday, when I was feeling panic more deepset than a fear of death about even coming to the cities, I may have been relieved. Now that I’m here, it just so happens to be the saddest headline in the newspaper of my life.
Of course I’m still panicking just a wee bit. My hands are still shaking badly enough that I’m thinking coffee wasn’t the best idea this morning. But I am keeping my head held high rather than playing ostrich.
Yes, I am sad and scared. The winds of fortune didn’t give my life yesterday the most awesome blowjob ever is all I will say.
On a bright note, I am sitting in a gorgeous back yard, a light, post storm breeze tickling my cheeks, and the first eight hour rest of the month settled into my bones. I was lulled to sleep last night by god’s piss, and it was very soothing to know that there are still beautiful things in the world. Of course, though, it is kind of stupid to believe there wouldn’t be, but that kind of stuff happens when you’re an angsty extraterrestrial teenage blogger with a love of nutella and adventure.
My plans for the day consist of hanging with Isaac, finding a place to stay, eating some foods (my tummy is imitating thunder), and finding a place to stay.
Hey, in all of this, I’m just glad to know I can make it through, though not very humorously, and see the light of another day in all of its polluted glory. As my friend Anthony said last night: You can even find a silver lining in ******* ****, with that being the name of my town.
Thank you, Anthony, for helping me make it through a depressing night a little more easily.
The exciting news of the day is that I have a cooler full of ‘just add water’ food, and I’m about to go omnomnom like a heavyweight champ.