Saturday, May 07, 2005

I didn't actually feel like blogging tonight, and I meant to type in another web address in the browser, but somehow my fingers (with a will of their own) typed in here I am.

PMA's Morally Casual was tonight. It was fun time, though not quite as fun as last year--which is probably a good thing, since the "fun time" last year involved one of the Unnamed Girls from my previous post. But anyway. There were good people there, and I met this girl named Maria who works at WCWM and came dressed as a Goth. We also did a couple renditions of several different songs--John played "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Peace of Mind," and "Here I Am (Rock You Like A Hurricane)" on the piano, and I did a tipsy cover of "Hallelujah" accompanied by a tipsier Mike Semanik. All in all, it was a nice evening/morning, and I enjoyed myself. I wish more parties could be like the ones Phi Mu Alpha throws.

I meant to mention this when it happened, but this past Tuesday I went English country dancing with some friends of mine. Or rather, one friend of mine and a bunch of people (mainly girls, happily) whom I didn't know but got to meet. A couple of them are in Delta Omicron [co-ed music frat] and we talked for a while. Anyways, tomorrow I'm going to lunch at Nawab with them and--perhaps, if my paper will permit it--a trip to some Contra dance thing that's going on in the evening.

So yeah, besides being sick with a cold and having three 8:30 exams, I've done pretty well for myself. Considering the turmoil I've been through the past two weeks or so, it seems like things might finally be settling down. Which is a good thing--after all this excitement, I could use a little boredom. And no more women with issues.

In search of some rest
In search of a break
From a life of tests
Where something's always at stake
Where something's always so far
What about my broken heart?
What about my life so far?
What about my dream?
What about...

What about everything?
What about aeroplanes?
And what about ships that drank the sea?
What about...
What about the moon and stars?
What about soldier battle scars,
And all the anger that they eat?
I am not in need...

-Carbon Leaf


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