Now More Happier.


This can only end poorly.

My room, being an addition to the house, has it's own brick wall. This wall not only muffles sound from the house into my room (and vice versa), it looks damn cool. Seriously, how many other people just have a brick wall in their room? From this, there is a short drywall extension and then the other 3 walls and wall around the door are also drywall. It's sort of hard to describe because it's not a normal shape; you'd really have to see it. I love this room, however...

Earlier tonight, I discovered the brick wall in my room was good for hitting a tennis ball against. The goal is sort of building up my reflexes and reaction time. Unfortunately, this particular wall is also right next to my computer. In front of it is basically my heater, printer and trash can. It's sort of like playing tennis against a minefield. But it's also fun, which is probably why it will end poorly.



As of 3:40 today, I am on Spring Break. School doesn't seem as boring and horrible as it did about this time last year, but it's still nice to get a week off. Say what you want about religion, anything that gets me out of school for a week can't be all that bad.



I wrote awhile back about wishing I had a car so I could go see a couple bands in Richmond/DC. Now, my sadness comes from my age. I missed VNV Nation last time they were around, which makes me sad as they were a) The first concert I ever saw and b) Totally kick ass. Now they're coming around again, in June. I'm pretty sure I'll have a car by then. The show is 18+.
I turn 18 2 months and 4 days after the DC show. There is no emoticon to express my emotions.

In other news, my mom's back, so that's cool. It really wasn't that different being home alone, but I guess sequestering yourself in your room except to shower, eat and use the bathroom does that to you.


The more you know.

You scored as agnosticism. You are an agnostic. Though it is generally taken that agnostics neither believe nor disbelieve in God, it is possible to be a theist or atheist in addition to an agnostic. Agnostics don't believe it is possible to prove the existence of God (nor lack thereof).

Agnosticism is a philosophy that God's existence cannot be proven. Some say it is possible to be agnostic and follow a religion; however, one cannot be a devout believer if he or she does not truly believe.



















Interestingly enough, I'm equally Satanist and Christian. I guess, much like ninjas, I am the ultimate paradox. Agnosticism definitely wins, though.



Next time my mom goes out of town for 2 weeks and I throw a raging party, I'm going to tell everyone when it starts and start it before 7:30ish. This wait is killing me.



I'm still alive. While it may make for a boring blog, my life's been more or less uneventful. It's a nice reprieve from all that was happening a couple months ago. My mom and her boyfriend are out of town, and as I am a teenager I will be throwing a mad crazy party tomorrow. So, there's that. All-in-all, things are looking to be on the up-and-up.


Here it comes.

Monday is going to suck - English SoLs the first half of the day, then a history test, then a physics quiz. Golly gee.

This weekend was cool though, went to another party; I sort of like having a social life.


Almost great.

Today was a good day, but I didn't even realize how good until I came home. Firstly, I improved a lot at Tennis, both for today and in comparison to yesterday. I'm still not good over all, but I'm decent at serving (for a total n00b) and can be sort of almost competitive against people definitely better than me. I'm not sure how I'll place on the team (there are 6 slots and something like 9 people on the team), but hopefully I'll do alright and get to play occasionally. Our first game is in 12 days, I'm not really sure how good I'll be doing by then. I'm picking things up pretty quick, so probably better.

Also, Jennifer moved out. I never really liked her for reasons unknown even to me. I might've written about her once or twice before - she's basically white trash. Apparently it wasn't terribly dramatic, so that's also a plus. And when my mom and her boyfriend go on vacation in a week, I'm going to be here alone. Partypartypartyparty.

This day would be great if I didn't have to do some dumb homework in a few minutes.



This game is more difficult than I thought. I'm forced to think of the phrase, "Muscles I didn't even know I had ached." Before, I didn't really understand it. Now, I do...not back or leg muscles, like you might expect, but rather my fingers. It's weird. Other than that, the game's pretty fun, even though I'm pretty bad (this being my first day and all). I think it'll be, if nothing else, a good excuse to get some exercise and activity I'm not normally accustomed to, which can only be a good thing.