July 15th, 2007
|03:14 pm - Blah|
Sometimes I wish I could just skip the rest of this summer, and start classes. I have nothing to do with myself.
Current Mood: bored
Current Music: Metallica - unforgiven
to be honest, maybe it's not as much worries about my parents as my own very small comfort zone.
That's what I suspected, which is why I've been continuing this conversation so long. Why is your comfort zone so small?
|Date:||July 16th, 2007 02:38 am (UTC)|| |
Hmm, I suppose part of it is that so much of my life is online, I rarely have reason to get offline (and, certainly, not to be social offline... if I get offline now, it's to eat, sleep, work, shop (rarely), go for a walk or go to karate). And, maybe part of that is leftover not wanting to impose myself on the world, but a big part is also just... not knowing how to deal with some things. I suppose I could read, among other things, for the rest of this summer, but to be honest I tend to flit between books rather than getting into one.
Again, I really do not know how to thank you for all of this, and I'm sorry if I didn't say. If there's anything I can do for you, *please* do let me know.
The way you can thank me is to try to branch out a little. I mean, from talking to you, you're an interesting guy. I'd really like to see what kind of art you'd make. I mean... out of all the things I suggested, what do you have to lose? Yeah, you might leave your comfort zone a little bit, but that's part of growing up. If you're too comfortable all the time, you're not doing it right.
|Date:||July 16th, 2007 05:54 pm (UTC)|| |
There's a couple of my (very old) poems up here
. I suppose I could write more though.
I didn't take art classes past the middle school level, because I'm not able to draw (it always looks kind of Picasso-like with the proportions, except I think he did it on purpose, so that makes it artistic... =)
In any case, I will try and do *something* other than be bored. I do demonize my parents a bit much, when the truth is that in some respects I'm afraid of growing, rather than afraid of frightening them.