Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Well, that went...well...

Location: Dorm desk
Listening to: Bad singing on TMZ
Today's Odd Holiday(s): Business Woman's Day, Elephant Appreciation Day

Hello, all! Today is elephant appreciation day. Elephants are for sure my favorite animal, so you all better go out and appreciate them. Ok? Ok.

Now that that's settled, on to the good stuff. College has made my love life explode. For anyone who hasn't ready the last few posts (for which I won't blame you, they were all more or less the same thing), let me give you a brief update.

In the past month, I have somehow come to have four suitors. I'm only interested in pursuing one of them, and he's the one who I'm least sure still likes me. Go figure, right? Brief run-down of the characters:

John - My friend from my leadership thing that I moved in early for. On swim team. Bakes lots of yummy foods. Nice guy, but not interested.

Jordan - Met at a dance. After being in each other's presence for about 20 minutes and conversing for about 5, he decided he was in to me. Again, nice guy, but not interested.

John (JJ) - Met through Jordan. I talked to him for quite a while over text messages and Facebook chat, but he's not someone I'm interested in either. He got really clingy really fast. As in, he would text me the moment he woke up and try to make plans with me for every second of every day even though I gave him no indication that I was interested in him.

David - Met in History Through Film. Super nice and cool and musical. Pretty much all of the good things a guy can be. He parties, but he respects that I don't. Flirts heavily with me and lets me know he's interested, but I don't know him well enough to know whether or not I should take it seriously.

Pretty much this is almost more attention than I got through boys for my entire high school experience. It's insane.

Obviously, my current choice is David. We hang out sometimes and talk a lot during class. He also offers me rides to and from class, which is nice because it's at night and walking across campus at 9 is sketchy. He's in a band and today while we were hanging out he asked me if I'd like to do some vocals with them because their vocalist moved to a different town for school. Obviously I said yes. It's one of my dreams to be in a band. I'm kind of the most excited person ever.

Plus it will give me more chances to hang out with him and discover what he's really like/more opportunities to try and charm him. I'm trying to be more laid back around him and talkative, because I tend to clam up around guys I like. We'll see if he actually follows through on the band thing.

I hope so.

Other than that, college is pretty awesome. I've met a lot of cool people and made some pretty good friends. Classes are easy enough and I have enough time to myself that I don't go crazy. There's a piano in our basement, so I still play which makes me happier than you will ever know. I love playing the piano. I don't do it well, but I love it so much.

Well, Top Model is coming on. Which means I have to go so I can devote my full attention to it. See you later!


  1. Hooray for exploding love lifes! They all sound cool and I think this David guy sounds nice, especially since he respects you for what you believe in. And hey, it's not like you have to instantaneously fall in like with him, so it'll be fun to just see what happens over time.

  2. Oh, this is so fun. :]

    David sounds like a cool guy. Just make sure his parting doesn't get our of hand. Gotta be careful with that!

    I know what you mean about guys taking interest suddenly, though. It's a whole new ballgame! :]

    Keep us updated!

  3. Clingy is never good. You will teach JJ an important life lesson if you tell him that. David sounds great and it's awesome that he respects your beliefs. Here's a truth about guys, especially college guys - make him work for your attention and he will appreciate you alot more. Glad they are seeing in you what I and others who have gotten to know you see in you. Have a great weekend. And do your homework.