Wowowowow. I am feeling so many feelings right now. It has been two days since I left lovely Minneapolis and I am feeling like a pile of sadness. I don’t know whether it’s the hustle-bustle, the people I meet, or the experiences I have, but I get so filled with energy and excitement and love when I am in Minneapolis.
And since those things are naturally-occurring drugs in your body, when you return to a boring house in the middle of the countryside sitting in front of a computer for eight hours as you update various blogs and do school, you may experience serious withdrawals.
Which is what I’m having right now. Super hardcore. I pulled up a picture of the Minneapolis skyline a couple of minutes ago and literally burst into tears. It was the same when one of my friends sent me a message saying they missed and and telling me I should just live in Minneapolis.
Maybe I would act the same in any big city situation where I got to meet wonderful and attractive people and spend time just living for happiness…or maybe it’s actually a Minneapolis thing. Either way, I would rather spend today laying in my bed thinking about last week than doing anything actually productive.
Sad day, sad day. On a bright note, I have my Ipod fully configured and can now text when I have wifi and stuff, which is a huge step up from my absolute lack of any hand-held technology. Hopefully this one doesn’t die on me like every other device I’ve ever owned in my entire lifetime.
Anyway, it’s off to make mommy and daddy proud by submitting some good homework and then taking a nap (maybe the latter wouldn’t make them proud, but it would make me damn happy, so shut it).
As far as returning to Minneapolis, I will be doing so as soon as possible. Don’t get me wrong, I love the country air and all of the free space and especially the water, but I need more people and more experiences than I can get living way out here, eight miles from the nearest actually populated town.
I hope you guys are having a great day.