My grades are good. My friends are good. I haven't broken anyone's heart or punched anyone in the face or even accidentally elbowed someone in the hallway in the past month. I'm watching the movies that I want to see. I'm reading the books that I want to read. It's like the eye of the storm. There's nothing left to worry about.
I guess that's why I haven't posted anything much lately. There's nothing to talk about. Life isn't good, but it's easy-- and sleepy. I feel like I sleep through half the day. As soon as I see a solid surface, I rest my head against it and fade away.
You could say that I'm looking for excitement, but I don't know if that's right. I go out on Friday and Saturday nights, and I have a good time. Just last Friday, Eric and I drove down to the end of Tracy Boulevard and watched the sunset, listening to Say It Ain't So, feeling like something out of a modern-day John Hughes movie. I have excitement. I have friends, girls and boys who make me laugh and piss me off, but I still wait for the day to end so I can crawl back into bed.
I don't think that I need that Spring Breakers, Bling Ring, Project X kind of excitement. I wouldn't go that far. But something to break the monotony would be nice. Somebody new, or somewhere tucked away between the suburban labyrinth, someplace only I know.
|Chloe Moretz in the music video for Our Deal by Best Coast directed by Drew Barrymore|
|The Bling Ring promotional poster|