Monday, November 3, 2008

Weekend=Flawless Monday=(fl)awful.

Internet, I wish I could sit here and type to you all about my weekend. I wish I could start from the very first second that it began, and end to the very last second it ended, which was roughly around 8:30 this morning.

I can't though, because 1- I do not have the time, and 2- I do not have the language skills necessary to describe my Sunday afternoon.

I will tell you, however, that it was indeed a truly spectacular weekend, full of friends, parties, driving and well...all this...other stuff. Just know, internet- that it was just wonderful.

Unfortunately, all good things come to an end. I got back to Denton this morning around 4am, and went over to Jamie's to finish some homework. Then, sometime in the four and a half hours between me getting there and leaving for class, my car got towed.

...again... because this happened last month...

So, needless to say- my parents are pissed. And now they're taking my car.

It gets increasingly difficult to remember how beautiful yesterday was, when today is just purely shitty so far. Maybe it's because I drove for 6 hours last night and then only slept for three, but my mood has gone way way down. I dread seeing my parents, and I feel terrible to let them down by getting my car towed... But I couldn't get a visitors pass so late and I really needed her printer to finish my homework for my 9am class!!!! Ughghghghg.

Now, I am stuck here in Denton with no means for escape. Just like I was stuck in KS with no car. And in Nacogdoches. And even when I lived with my parents again until I got here and had no car. I felt stuck. Just like I am stuck here now.

I was so excited to do NaNoWriMo, but now I'm not sure I will even start writing a novel. I don't feel like I would finish.

I really wish I could've filled this post with glorious stories about my weekend, but all I feel like doing is bitching about Monday.

In other news: Tina was a big hit...

1 comment:

Marcy said...

Ugh, back in college I lived for about 9 months technically with a car, but one whose transmission was kaput and I could not afford to fix it. Luckily I had a boyfriend who drove me places for part of that time. But just going grocery shopping required all sorts of planning. So yeah, I feel for you. =(

But hey, without a car you'll be stuck at home more meaning time for writing, right? ; )

BTW those 2 pictures you mentioned (clouds and D with his truck) are my faves, too. =)