They asked me for a cigarette once…it was rather scary. I told him no and ran. He tried to chase me and I freaked, turned around, and threw something at him. Don’t know what it was. But it made him stop to look at it. Wasn’t a cigarette, though. Last thing I need is lung cancer.
I used to think that New York would be the only place for me. The big city, all the lights, but then I started going to school here and I just fell in love. Besides. The teams here are way better. Nothing like going to a sox game or a Pats game. Not to mention the Bruins. Have you been to Canobie Lake Park up in Salem, New Hampshire? It may be small but it’s great if you like amusement parks and want to get away for the day.
I think if a homeless man ever asked me for anything I’d turn and run without even saying anything in the first place. I feel bad for saying it but homeless people can be pretty damn scary.
Boston takes their sports extremely seriously. Hell, the Patriots’ stadium even has a mall named after it. My favorite games to go to have always been Celtics games, though. I just love the whole aura of the Garden. I haven’t been to Canobie in years… Asking to take a day trip there would be a glorious idea. Ooh! Or we could just start a petition. The ride I remember most was the Turkish Twist. I think that’s what it’s called…the one where it spins around really fast and you stick to the wall while the ground drops.
What if this place is haunted, like really, really haunted? I’m deathly afraid of Slenderma- Oh no..well if you don’t mind I’ll be sleeping with the lights on tonight.
Yup, I named my guitar Silas. My dad insisted for me to call my guitar a name at a very young age and Silas just came out. I still have no memory to why I even chose that name. I love the weirdness and the weirdness loves me. I think what makes people amazing is their strange quirks but that’s my opinion.
No, stop. Don’t say that. I think I’d run the hell away if this place were haunted. Yes, lights on tonight. Please. Going to go sob under the covers now, don’t mind me.
It’s a good name for a guitar, makes me think of hipster-ish kinda things, which eventually brings me around to guitars. I don’t really know what I was trying to touch on with that, but it’s a good name for a guitar. Quirks are a whole big part of defining a person, and the more quirks one has, the more in-depth they appear to be.
Yeah I can say the same about me, she’s pretty awesome for a mom.
Yeah I love those too. Like I love everything this school gives us too eat, even the soup ahah
Your mom teaches English, right?
I’m just happy we don’t have that public school cafeteria crap. Gourmet chefs all the way.
I love walking around the commons in the fall, seeing all of the leaves changing colors and it’s just chilly enough to wear a sweatshirt and jeans with a scarf. And first night in the city with the parade and the ice sculptures. Ice skating on the frog pond. Boston is just…the most amazing place on earth. I wish I could stay there forever.
The homeless people on Park street are a bit unnerving, though. Especially the things that they yell at passersby. As for everything you just said? I couldn’t have said it better myself. It’s so beautiful to wander through the streets in the winter when there’s a light snowfall. Didn’t know it was possible for one to feel so strongly about a city, but I guess once you’ve fallen in love with a place there’s no turning back.
Yeah ahah I’m sure she will.
Yeah I can agree with that. The doughnuts at the cafeteria are the most amazing ones ever, I love them.
She’s pretty awesome for a mom.
Don’t even get me started on the seasoned waffle fries, though. Heavenly to say the least.
Vampires in pop culture today. I’m more of an alien, ghost kind of girl.
It’s always nice to have some what a counter partner around here. Nice to know that people around here have a sense of humor. My last roommate was a pain. And I hereby promise to not throw: Pencils, Sheet music, Paper Clips, Thumb Tacks and Silas at you. That would be bad news.
Ghosts creep me the fuck out to be completely honest. Like even thinking about—yup. Nope. Can’t. Already terrified.
Silas? Your guitar? Yeah, refraining from throwing that would be a very good idea. The people here tend to be pretty awesome, even if they’re a bit strange. But we’re all strange and that’s totally cool because we all own our weird-ness.
There’s no place quite like Boston, hmm? It’s fun to just hop on the T and get off wherever you please. Except for that damn green line. Took me forever to master that. My mouth is now watering thinking about Wagamama. I should probably go there sometime soon. Ever been there? Best Japanese food in the world. I wonder if I decided to go to the museum of science one day if that would constitute for an excused school absence for science class.
I do love the transportation systems around here. So much simpler than the NYC subaways. The green line is my favorite line! Especially since it runs through Cleveland Circle, Coolidge Corner, and also goes directly to Fenway. Of course I’ve been there! Harvard Square is another one of my many favorite places in the city. If only. My freshman year they had us sleep over at the Museum of Science. It was weird.
Yes I may work on a piece to do on the showcase too. Thanks for remembering me about that ahah
Oh I can’t stay without eating. After I get out of school, first thing I go to the cafeteria and eat. Then I go to my room and crash on the bed ahah
No problem! I’m sure my mother will be on every single one of her student’s case about showcase pieces.
Most days I’m just too lazy to go and get food right after school, so I just wait for dinner. But the food here is freaking amazing, so I’m grateful for that.
Exactly or I could always hit you with a germ scenario and one’s system can be fairly be immune to it over time but that would be way to weird. Especially on the first night. I’ll keep that in mind.
You’re my cup of tea, Lo. I feel blessed to have someone rooming with me that could handle a few things thrown at her out of amusement. Just no sharp things.
Not going to lie, I only know about the whole immunization by small dosage every day from various vampire television shows and movies.
Ah, can’t say I’ve ever been called that by anyone before, but I’ll gladly take that title. Throwing things can be pretty amusing when there’s a lack of anything else to do. Sharp things are bad. Especially when being flung through the air. I hereby promise to never throw anything sharp—picture frames, books, rulers, protractors, etc.—at you.
Yes I hope so ahah you’re going to?
Me too, as much as I try to keep myself up I always end up crashing ahah Mostly when I have a hard day.
I’m doing a piece for the showcase, yeah. It’s going to quite awesome if I do say so myself.
Sometimes I head right to my dorm after school and crash the second I flop onto my bed. I end up missing dinner those nights, but it’s not all that bad.