|||||Toad the Wet Sprocket--"Throw it All Away"||]|
HAPPY NEW YEAR'S DAY, EVERYONE!!!
I'm bored, as I'm sure you can tell. Anyway, yesterday was fun. I talked to Katalina, and we're going to see a movie tomorrow, hopefully. Yay! Mama took me to the gym, so now I feel a little better about my weight. So yesterday I could actually feel good enough to eat normally--yay again! And then we went to Ross, and I spent my Christmas money on clothes that I really needed. Before the "shopping spree" (consisting of two sweaters, a pair of pants, a dress, pajamas, and a skirt) I had one pair of pants with the button missing, enough shirts, two ragged sweaters, assorted pajamas, and three wearable skirts, among other things that I deemed not "safe" to wear.
By not safe, I mean that they're too revealing. I hate wearing revealing clothes--I feel like a horrible person when I do. Skirts or dresses that don't cover my knees (I hate my knees!) are hard for me to wear, or things that are too tight or low-cut, or in bright colors. So I wear tasteful, dressy clothes most of the time that cover me up, and I like what I wear. Earth colors--greens, browns, blues, even some dark red or black, make up what I wear. Kind of an old-fashioned, Celtic look, or at least that's what I'm going for.
Anyway, I bet that was more than you've ever wanted to know about what kind of clothes I wear, lol.
By the way, no New Year's resolutions for me, for that would be celebrating the fact that humans invented the concept of time. Time has done little, in my opinion, but stress everyone out and contribute to the illusions that society creates. We're the ones who created years, and hours, and seconds ticking by as we count the time being taken from our lives. Sorry, I'm a little bitter. I was caught up in these illusions of society for so long, and now that I'm out of them I've realized I was wasting my life. The society we've created has become so caught up in our mortality, in living as long as we possibly can and looking as young as we possibly can, that it's forgotten the most important thing of all. It's the quality, not the length, of life that counts.
But that's just my opinion. I don't care if other peoples' opinions differ.