i feel lame …..yet cool at the same time

Posted: 30th March 2010 by admin in Uncategorized

well gracious i’ve always dreamed of rambling on a blog online! this is my lucky day 🙂 what do i even write here? i had a geology test today, and a debate, and i made a scrambled omlette thing for breakfast. well i find solace in this whole tck community. From previous stalking everyone seems warm and awkward all at the same time…..and i love it. I’ve been in Charleston for 8 months now and it feels just like home! i wake up everyday, hug my best friends, listen to the birds sing, and even bake a pie! Then i jump on my magic flying pig and we swim through waterfalls of chocolate and rainbows! ……I’m miserable. It’s just some days I’m like, yeah this is the day, Carpe diem! and others im like im gonna go eat cereal, maybe clean a window for the sake of accomplishments, and go back to bed. just the same old meet people, greet people, chitty chat, all the live long day. who am i gonna run up to and say “what do i want? A SHWARMA! when do i want it? NOW!” Thats right, no one sane. My instant-best-friends-mix is becoming recipe worthy i’ll tell ya that though. a month back i had a full conversation with a (doubtfully sober) homeless man who walked into the subway where i was enjoying my five dolla footlongggg. He looked at my food and said “Aww you shouldn’t have!” and i said “I know i’ve been waiting here forever, what took you so long?” and i actually had a better convo with him, then most people down my hall. You know why? well im not that sure, why either….we both enjoy hoarding crap and talking to ourselves! kidding, but i realized, that neither of us have homes. our welfare and sanity depended on being able to pick up conversations with random people. His was necessary for money, mine is for fitting in. And there we were in Subway, with mutual understanding of one another. A poor old black man, and a young white college gal, joined by the forces of isolation. huh. that sounded alot more doom and gloomier than intended. back to the glass is half full! im so glad theres more tck’s out there, it’s especially helpful with all the little questions in my head like “where am i gonna live next? what about after im married? who will i marry? do i want my kids to be lonely tcks? why when how?” ok that covers the w’s. and h. they really should have just spelled how with a w so that w’s principle would make sense. kinda like how everyone hates the “y” because it isn’t really a vowel. AEIOU! …and sometimes y. and why does february have only 28 days?! thats so annoying! its even phonetically spelled weird, like feb-brew-ary. and wednesday too. switch the n and d for petes sake. this is the ending of my blog now. kinda hope no one thoroughly reads this, but enjoy anyways!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Daniel,
    I visited this website after having been away for a while.. and I saw this blog!
    When would you have the 10-year of you up on this blog? 🙂
    Please show me and others. I would like to be a part of who you were, who you are, and who you will be through this 10-year reflection of “you”

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hey girl,
    My name’s Ashley and I just joined the TCKIDs community. I was searching people that lived in Charleston, because I’m getting ready to move to Summerville in January. And this blog made me cry. I know exactly what you mean about isolation and trying to fit in. I’m headed to college next fall and was hoping this whole thing was going to get easier, but it appears that it’s not going to…oh my. Well you know what the wonderful thing about Tiggers is? I’m not the only one. 🙂 This community is definitely amazing and I’m so glad there’s a place like this to meet other people like us. I would love to get to know you better.
    Keep hanging on to your optimism, Sunshine! Everything’s going to be alright eventually 🙂