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kittyneko (profile) wrote,
on 6-2-2004 at 3:48pm
Current mood: *sigh*
Music: Frou Frou: Let Go
Subject: pointless
Why do I bother waking up in the morning. I do absolutely nothing, I am a waste of space and good air. Grr! I have been having the worst trouble sleeping lately. I seem to have been struck with a bout of insomnia. I was up until 4am last night. I was so frustrated I wanted to cry. I was so tired, my eyes burned with the desire to sleep, but it was denied me. It has been this way for a week. It is driving me insane. I cant keep my mind from leaping to other thoughts. I hate it. I keep thinking about trivial things, sometimes deeper things, and sometime things that bring tears to my eyes...

One of my thoughts last night, around 2:30am, was about him again. Yes, I too thought he was gone from my mind, but I guess not. I keeping thinking how much I regret the way things ended. Toward the end I never really talked to him. I didnt tell him how I felt and I think that will haunt me for some time. I think I will always regret the way I treated that situation. But I guess I will never lay eyes on him again. God, that makes my chest tight.

I started the Princess Bride last night when I figured sleep was futile. I started and finished The Hanging Wall yesterday. It was very good and I couldnt seem to put it down. It was only 348 pages so I polished that off quickly. The Princess Bride is proving quite enjoyable. It is the abriged version and I love the little side notes by the man that edited it. He takes out the more boring parts and describes them in a satircal manner. It is very amusing. I was also pleased that much of the dialogue is the same that was used in the movie. I am glad they stayed true to the novel. One descrepancy though, in the book there are no shrieking eels. In the book they are merely sharks. How disappointing...
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