Sorry I haven't updated my journal in a long time. I get distracted. For instance, I am currently looking into transferring colleges. I'm not sure how much you may or may not know about the process (and I'm not sure how much I am willing to divulge of my current situation) but it is a pain in the . . . neck. Especially if you are going into a part of the schools which require an audition. Trust me, they come fast. So when you don't spend all of your free time working on homework or reading for classes, etc. You should definitely be preparing for the audition (in my defense, it is past 11 at night. If I tried singing my songs now, I would have an entire house-full of angry people. . . . This is why I am allowed to write stuff in a journal on deviantArt instead of prepare. . . . yeah, that might work). Anyway, so that is mostly what I have been doing. College stuff.
OH! AND last night my dad brought me home a PRESENT!!!! (this has nothing to do with anything, I'm just Really excited about it. I don't know what I'm going to use it for yet) It doesn't sound as exciting as it actually is, so bear with me. It's a TUBE FOR HOLDING BLUEPRINTS!!!! . . . OK, I can explain. This beautiful tube is maybe 4 feet long, blueprint blue (so pretty dark, DEFINITELY blue and very noticeable) about a foot from the top it untwists to open (thoroughly untwists. This baby isn't coming untwisted without my say-so!) is sturdy, AND (here's the kicker) has a (also sturdy) hanger. (OK, now I KNOW that was a lot of parenthesis, but I had to explain myself while not interrupting myself. I hope you understood and did not get confused. Now back to our original program.) The possibilities are ENDLESS! This is also the same dad who was a big help on ideas for my Tavros horns and coming up with ideas for how to make other stuff actually happen. It has almost become a new game with the two of us to try and figure out how we might actually make a prop when we hear a crazy concept. It's pretty fun.
And that's what you missed on GLEE!
(My brother has taken to quoting that line. I think it's really funny. No, we do not watch GLEE. Cards on the table, we used to, but it was years ago.)