For Bethany

Author: Shexpeare /

Why I can't play WOW (or for the fools in the none gaming world.... world of warcraft).
My reasons are ten fold. And... if they aren't ACTUALLY ten fold, they will be after I make this list of ten reasons why I can't play WOW.

1. It costs money. A constant flow of money.
2. I already stay up late enough with normal video games.
3. I have an addictive personality. I'm pretty sure this has been proven with Dr. Pepper. Xbox. Desperate Housewives. I don't need more.
4. The people who come into gamestop who play WOW... Okay. Sometimes they are really cool like Grawrock, but other times... they scare me. The smell. The crazy look in their eye from the 20 min withdrawls to get to the store. It WORRIES ME BETHANY.
5. I do NOT want to meet my husband over WOW. If its going to be geeky, it better be at a star wars convention. And knowing me, it seems far too possible.
6. I'm already lazy and sit around. I would get fat..... er.
7. Math.
8. I like video games with stories.. and ENDINGS.
9. Now its like the principle of the matter.
10. To make you mad. :D


Author: Shexpeare /

"I have the choice of being constantly active and happy, or introspectively passive and sad. Or I can go mad by ricocheting in between."-Sylvia Plath

Dear Dancers:

The dance concert made me realize a few things. Thought I'd share them with you.

  • Dancers are crazy cool. They make it look so easy. DARN THEM! :D Proud to know'em. I want to be friends with more of'em. Like, pokemon, I gotta catch'em all.

  • No matter how much you push, there are some people who will be constants in your life, and I'm really grateful for that.

  • I'm going to miss the community... family I've built here... From scratch. I built it from scratch and I love it. Them. They've touched me. Left a mark on me. I'll miss it. It was enough for a time.

  • Plath had a point. I'm going mad. I must find peace before I go mad. A happy medium. The rollercoaster needs to end.

  • I need art. Finals have been driving me up the wall, and the thing I needed to settle my stomach was art.

So thanks for giving me the cathartic night I needed. For being committed to art in a world full of chaos. You do the kind of work that can touch people, and in my years here... has touched me. So. There. I was a cheeseball. Thanks guys.