I feel like ranting, so I am.
I mean, what is a diary that's publicly displayed
to everyone and
anyone who wishes to see it good for if not ranting to random people without actually
speaking directly TO
So at least I got to see my boyfriend down at the riverfront tonight. He got us a
great view of the fire works, too. Without him, I think I'd be stuck following my mom
through the crowd, hopelessly looking for a spot to sit/stand until the fireworks
would just end and finding a spot would no longer have meaning. Think I'm joking?
It's happened before...
I'm not quite sure what I would be doing without him right now... Probably wallowing
in self pity because, in and hour
, it'll have been a year since the
last person I thought I'd be with the rest of my life broke
me into a million
pieces and left me for dead... or worse.
my heart. But I'm not. And for that, I
So after being throughly disappointed with the fact that I wasn't going back to his
house to watch fireworks, I had to walk five or so blocks up hill to our car. We then
drove to QT where I got a drink and convinced myself that it wasn't so bad, because
dad usually has some pretty awesome fireworks to blow up.
But no. I wasn't allowed to be content.
As soon as we got home, my dad's friend pulls in the driveway right behind us with a
van load of fucking kids that were invited over to our house without my, my mom's,
nor my sister's knowledge, and just seat themselves in the backyard to watch the
show. It wouldn't have been so bad if:
A) If knew who the hell any of them were...
2) They would stop being preppy dumb asses that CAUGHT THEMSELVES ON FIRE
•) They would stop shining the fucking lazor in my fucking eye...
"Oh yes, let's do be friends, but first I simply MUST blind you, or the friendship
will never work out!" "Oh, well then... If you must!"
I mean, seriously...
And on top of ALL that, it looks like my dad has started drinking again.
So yeah... Happy 4th of July. Hope yours was better than mine.
...........At least the Fireworks were good.
Last edited: 16 July 2010