Current Mood: frustrated
The Problem: “The thing with money is that too much of it belong to people who aren’t me”
I want nice things partly because I have no patience of old, rickety things, and partly because of practicality. The way I see it, ‘nice things’ usually mean unclogged RAMs, cleaner hardware and more up to date technology… it means faster loading speeds, no dust or random crumbs underneath/between the keyboard buttons and fancier software. Have you guys seen the latest Windows 8 operating system? I just want to drool.
Current Mood: weary
The Problem: The theme tune from Psych is stuck in my head and I can’t hear myself think half the time
I’m the kind of person who sings at the top of her lungs even though I can’t sing my way out a code encrypted safe box. I mumble partial tunes under my breath when the mood strikes me, I belt out my Taylor Swift/Simple Plan favorites while I get ready to go out and most importantly, I sing along to the title sequences of television shows whenever I’m in the middle of a back-to-back marathon.
What can I say, it’s a curse I have to bear.
Current Mood: sleepy
The Problem: You don’t know me and I don’t know you so let’s get to know each other
Let’s make a list because lists are awesome. Here are ten things about me you may want to know. If not, well… I’m going to type it up anyway. In the words of the Tenth Doctor, “Allons-y!”
Current Mood: nervous
The Problem: I’ve always found it difficult to break into a new notebook…. I have piles of empty notebooks scattered around the place
If you’re here because this is a new blog and you just wanted to check it out, then welcome.
If you’re here because you’ve been redirected from my previous blog, welcome to you as well.
If you’re here because you’re lost, here is a grumpy Watson and a Holmes in drag to make your unplanned journey worthwhile:
This has been my first post, so thank you very much for visiting. I hope you’ll pop by again to hear more from someone who seems to be perpetually on some kind of identity crisis.
Over and out.
New Mood: relieved, but still nervous