Friday, July 22, 2011

My imagination is far too active.

I went swimming today (in a highschool pool (Yay indoors!)) mainly because of the killer heat wave. And when its hot, its super humid. Yesterday it was 95, but the humidity made it feel 10 degrees more. (For anyone who knows celcius, that means 35 and 40, thanks to an online thing)

And naturally... I spend most of the time pretending that is I touched the bottom, a sea monster would eat me. Oh, and it wasn't a pool. It was a (pirate) ship wreck in the middle of the ocean. And if you weren't careful, the waves (jets) would kill you.

My mind makes EVERYTHING some form of horror movie.

And after that, we had to go to the grocery store. I didn't know that. I went in there half wet, in a bathing suit and cover up, and NO MAKEUP AT ALL. Okay, I put on some black eyeshadow before to see if it was waterproof. Answer: Yes. I looked a bit racoony.

Pirates have been on my mind a lot. Even more so: The school is making me do some book report thing, and one of the options is Treasure Island. Would I pick that, or some stupid "Realistic Fiction" books? I like historic fiction and fantasy. Why do so many people like reading about normal people?

Right now, my mom is watching the news. A man in Norway killed almost 100 people. 80 of which were teenagers at a summer camp. Because he doesn't like liberals. People like that should burn in hell.


Tenebris In Lux said...

Yeah, funny how my Facebook wall exploded with the news about Osama Bin Ladin's death .. and not about what happened in Oslo. I'm thinking about making a support video. As far as I'm concerned, I have distant relatives in Norway! And I believe that is the most violent uprising that has happened in such a peaceful a capital as Oslo .. the last brutal attack happened in WWII to give you an idea ..

I like pirates. Well, not in real life. (And I think I own the Treasure Island book, unless I sold it to a book store).

Teresa said...

I have a half brother in Oslo, and two half-sisters elsewhere in norway.

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Dalestair Ophelia Zodiac said...

It truly is horrible. 80 teenagers... there are no words to explain what a horrible loss that is. :(

I love pirates. Have you read the Piraticia books? If not, I think you should take a look.

I'm supposedly a descendent of the infamous Pirate, Captain Kidd. True story.