Problemless with Problems
Diary Entry 68: No more about Kelli, nor anyone else (1/30/2002)
by, 06-12-2012 at 04:34 PM (96 Views)
From now on, things will be about me. No one else. Kelli doesn't like me talking about her, so I won't. I'll just talk about myself. But what about me? What's there to tell? I'm not depressed, I don't cut. I wake up around 10 and get up around 11, lol. I sometimes eat breakfast, when I have time. The city bus that takes me to college comes around 12:45 on Monday and Wednesday, and I have work at 11:30 on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and at 2 pm on Saturday. Church starts at 10. So why get up earlier? I stay up until 2 am usually anyway. So when I get home from such things, I usually go and either draw, read a book, type an entry, or type a letter. I listen to my music during then. Recently it's been the radio, but I have a playlist on winamp. It includes: They Might Be Giants, No Doubt, music from the DBZ games, music from DBZ the show which is all in Japanese, Feeder, Sum 41, Our Lady Peace, Final Fantasy series, 3 Doors Down, Queen, Smash Mouth, Sound Garden, Green Day, music from Gundam Wing, Tears for Fears, Four Non Blondes, Rage Against the Machines, Tenacious D, 311, Chrono Trigger music, Breath of Fire 4 music, American Hi Fi, Gorillaz, Beach Boys, Princess Mononoke music, Bobby Goldsboro, Weezer, Five for Fighting, Styx, All 4 One, Natalie Imbruglia, Lifehouse, Drifters, Toto, Jars of Clay, A New Found Glory, Chordettes, Johny Mathis, Alien Antfarm, Cat Stevens, Billy Joel, Goo Goo Dolls, Beastie Boys, DDR music, blink-182, Savage Garden, Aerosmith, Journey, Cory Hart, and Sonny and Cher.
Wow, what a list of artists, lol. Well, Dragonball Z is my favorite show. The Gundam series is my second favorite, and Outlaw Star is my third favorite. My favorite books are the J.R.R. Tolkien series, and second would be "The Giver". That's a really cool book. I would tell about my childhood, but I don't really remember very much. My mom and dad would know more, so I'll ask them, hehe. The furthest back that I remember very clearly is my freshman year. Before that it's just some memories here and there.