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I've noticed an ongoing trend of Vancouver/BG kids moving up to Seattle. I'd have to go up for another visit to see if I could follow said trend, but I'm not sure. I felt too much like a tourist (because I will never understand WHY UNIVERSITY WAY = THE AVE! is it called University Way Ave? NO IT'S NOT.), and a huge part of my heart is still aching for San Francisco.
I wish I could quit my job and just spend a week in SF and a week in Seattle. And two more weeks roadtrippin' it around WA, OR and CA. ...HA. I'm gonna travel around WAORCA.
SORRY PT. 2, it was funny to me.
It's a little tough. I try to live by "Location isn't the problem, you're the problem" but it's hard when I think about this depression shit really hit hard when I moved here.
Also when I'm not the only one who's unhappy--I was at the mall a month or so ago, and these two girls were chatting up this boy, and all three of them were talking about how they hate Vancouver.
So I haven't been feeling too well lately, in mood and in health, but I am trying my damn hardest to keep my head up. Apparently it hasn't been working, though. I already can't wait for this month to be over. I'm so cold all the time.
I'm putting the whole job-hunting thing on hold for a while because no one is hiring. The 17th is my year anniversary at my job. Ew.
I HAVE TWO DAYS OFF THOUGH! IN A ROW,
FOR A CHANGE!
Megan's hair at 12, nails at 6, probably hanging with Doan after that.
Oh yeah--I'm so glad I have the Doanster as my bestie. She came over today and I had a good ol' cry. Then we acted like seventh grade girls. I'm not sure what I'd do without her.