7:00 am - Woke up and volunteered at the soup kitchen: Didn’t expect to know that many people there (seeing as to how I haven’t gone for the past two weeks -__-). Anyways, I was surprised to see Kelly, Tereza, Justin, and the Andys there! I also got to make golden - and I mean GOLDEN - waffles with this cute, girl scout named Samantha ^_^
10:00 am - Took my dog out to go running & play fetch: Then I realized I forgot a poo-bag, so had to call my mom to bring one. After she dealt with it, I ran another 2 miles followed by some bleacher runs and push-ups. But then, it got hot…
12:00 am - Clean, clean, clean: Not much to it.
2: 00 pm - Started effing Driver’s Ed:: This thing is a life-ruiner. Each page is timed, so you can’t skip ahead. So I started dozing off, until I completely passed out. Well my mom is also taking driver’s ed (because we both got cited in the same week… yeah, we would) - except she won’t tell me the answers but I just google them anyways… We’re kinda racing to see who finishes first: she actually reads each slide while I… just fall asleep -___-
7:00 pm - Truya’s sushi: SO GOOD MAN! I love Scott & there was a really cute, korean sushi chef in front of me. Don’t worry, he was a youngster - I ain’t macking on some old dude, actually I’m not macking on anyone. GG
9:00 pm - Continue Driver’s Ed: Shoot me.
10:00 pm - Meet up with Erwin at Verde’s: The night turned out to be a LOT more eventful than we planned. Basically we saw Tina and Boson, and starting chatting with them up until closing hours. So Boson orders some chicken balls, which I liked to call “Squirt,” and when he got them they were practically frozen. So they tried exchanging them or at least get a refund, but the workers were all cranky and asked him to bring them back tomorrow… Well obviously, they’re going to be cold tomorrow… so Tina, puts the balls in front of the door, takes the sauce, and spells out “EW” on the ground. Someone sees a worker heading towards the front door, so we all decide to JET. & theennnn Boson got stuck - and well it just ended to be a very, very eventful night ^___^
I had such high hopes, but at the same time, the chances of you coming here for graduation was almost impossible from the beginning.
You are a good man. A truly good man with a huge heart. I’m not sure if it was the distance or the years that parted us, but either way, it’s sad to acknowledge how things ended up. Maybe it was all for the better? After all, “things happen for a reason,” don’t they? If you came to my graduation, maybe you’d be too surprised to see that your baby girl is finally graduating. Not finally, but already graduating - thinking to yourself, where did the time go? Wasn’t it just yesterday, when she was eight and we’d watch NBA games together on TV? When she was five and we’d play monkey tree every day after school? Or when she was three and I’d prop her on my shoulders and carry her around everywhere, making her feel invincible?
Dad, time flies. Sometimes, I can’t even believe that I’m this old already. Just think about it - I’ll be heading off to college in a couple of months and soon I’ll be married off to some man. I’ll be interviewing for job openings, traveling the world, and starting my own family. But I prefer not to think about the future, because it makes me think - where will you be then?
At first, I hear some nice, soothing music coming from my mom’s laptop and I look over and she’s just swaying her head back and forth …. then all of a sudden I hear a loud scream, followed by my mom screaming and crying.
HAHAHA I can only imagine what kind of window she opened