Thursday, May 24, 2007

Jumping to Conclusions

My parents, I just realized, love to jump to conclusions. Everything to them is just so black and white, yet they never see how much grey there is in this world. Just like homosexuality. What is so wrong about a man loving another man? Or a woman loving another woman? These people are willing to express themselves against the ways of popular opinion and societies norms because they believe in being themselves. So many people nowadays are trying to be someone else to impress others. Who's there to impress? We have neighbors who are two women living together, and apparently one acts like a man, so they automatically assume that these two women are lesbian. The neighbors have parties that are all women? Hey, ever heard of a girls night out? I mean, they have not seen solid evidence about these two women being lesbian. I mean, if they went out together, held hands and kissed or something, that would be an entirely different story. I dont doubt that my neighbors are lesbian, and even if they are, it's none of our business. Like Russell Peters states "I love it how people concern themselves with things that have nothing to do with them."

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Innocent stereotype, ruined.

And so, I have been put onto the waitlist as I have mentioned before. I emailed the admissions officer to ask about the program in the winter, and it turns out that there isn't. Plus! I'm like.40-45 on the waitlist. Better just go into the program hey? Not going to school feels like there's nothing to do seriously. I really don't like it. It's like when I'm working..but I have nothing to do. So anyway, onto lighter things. I really miss my boyfriend. I had a cousin ask me today if I missed him and I told her hell yes I did! then she asked me on a scale of 1-10 how much I liked him, I told her 9. Where's the extra point? Well damn, no one's perfect. Besides, you can't measure these things! He's doing so much for me, I can't let him down you know!

I heard there's another school shooting in Toronto, and some teenager got killed. What is the world coming to these days? Children, killing other children? That just totally ruins the innocent stereotype that we have for childhood. Isn't childhood something happy and joyous? And isn't the school place supposed to be someplace that is safe and educationtional for kids and teens and young adults? Geez, sometimes I wonder if we're going to have to get life insurance just for going to school!

Tuesday, May 22, 2007


Well I finally got my final letter from CNC about my application status into their nursing program. Woo hoo, I was waitlisted. You know what that f-ing means? That's just a nice way of saying nah, you're not smart enough to do this program, so we're going to give you some false hope by saying that you MIGHT get in. If you're lucky. It's so upsetting. The only reason that I'm going down to PG for school is for my boyfriend. He's down there waiting for me, and if I don't go down there to be with him, I think I'm going to explode, never mind him! Plus, PG does have a good nursing program so it's almost like a bonus. But then they fucking tell me that I'm waitlisted?!? What the hell is that supposed to mean? I met all their criteria. God damn it, education should be a right, not for the elite. I want to be smart, but I'm not allowed too. That's what they're saying!

Monday, May 21, 2007

first entry.

This is just a trial run..what does this thing do anyway? Watching a series called Rome right now, for those of you who like crazy stuff (and I mean along the lines of blood, gore, violence, sex, lesbianism, incest, assassinations etc etc.) with a hint of history, this is actually pretty good. I previously attempted to watch it, but a lot of the episodes took place at night, and considering how old and tarnished my old monitor was I could hear voices, but see no pictures. :P So now we got a new computer with a very nice monitor, and now I can hear voices, AND! see pictures!