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22 October 2007 @ 08:35 pm
Just an update of my life. Here's how it's been goin' lately:

natalie dee
18 August 2007 @ 12:16 am
Fondue is pretty frickin awesome.

Definitely not gonna be buying anything soon after a $100 dinner for two.
20 July 2007 @ 06:49 pm
Freshman orientation was yesterday. I fell asleep during some of the presentations.

Anyways, here's how my schedule looks:
Mon/Wed: Intro to Anthropology, Intro to Chem, Intro to Lit
Tues: Chem Lab, Calculus II
Thurs: Calculus II
Fri: Intro to Anthro, Intro to Lit

Onry 13 credit hours. Technically, I should be a sophomore by second semester because I made 19 credit hours just from AP classes. I r smrt.

Also, the engineering track is going to be fun. lots of math. Lots. Calculus 1-3, Calculus Physics 1-3, Indefinite Integration.
So, what IS love?

It's a pretty recent concept. Well, the romantic kind. I'm not talking about the familial kind, or the religious kind where you love the father, the son, and the holy spirit.

Anyways, people have several reasons to seek out love. Whether it's to find warmth, money, comfort, or completion, to each, his/her own.

I guess the oldest reason would be completion. Proof can be found in both works of literature and in physical form. Sex and the bible? Oh, sure. Man and woman come together and join to become one new man. Literally and figuratively.

That's why it's called knowing them "biblically".

People can say otherwise. You can say you're a concept. And in the eyes of others, sure, I guess you might be. Loving you as a "concept" and not as a person. Or whatever.

But in this day and age, I've come to realize "what is love?"

No. Not the answer. The question.

Romantic love has become such a new ideal. And yet, it's fading as fast as it grew.

You get so many retries at the thing nowadays. Marry, happiness, discontent, divorce. Repeat as desired or necessary.

Maybe thats just what it takes to become "complete" nowadays.

Or maybe becoming complete is just a byproduct of the need to fulfil what is inherently in us. The act of sexual reproduction. But there's still the human factor of responsibility. And thus, birth control was born.

So, it's come to the point where finding the person who finally "completes" you takes several tries. Because, with each person you meet, you add a little to yourself. Can you imagine that? If you had met that person at an earlier time, maybe it wouldn't have worked. But now, it does.

Odd, huh?
08 May 2007 @ 10:11 pm
So far, I've had my AP US government and AP Statistics tests.

Here's what the rest of my schedule is like:
Wed: AP Calculus(morning)
Thurs: AP English Lit(morning)
Mon: AP Physics B(afternoon)
Tuesday: AP Psychology(afternoon)
May 23rd: AP Computer Science A(make-up date)

27 March 2007 @ 05:41 am
01 March 2007 @ 05:42 pm
So, I was in my first accident today.

Exactly 4 weeks after I started driving.

I think this is God's punishment for that hickey. <---(This is a joke)

I was really upset when I got home, but I've calmed down a bit after doing some calculus. <---(Not a joke)

I can't reach Julia's cell phone.
24 February 2007 @ 02:23 pm
Y'know, my life has felt a lot emptier ever since I took a break from RO. Which is kind of sad. But I guess it's a good thing.

I'll just fill this void with school and my girlfriend.
So I've been driving for a week now.

And I'm loving it.
30 January 2007 @ 09:35 pm
Lost a chance to get my driver's license.

Won the affection of a girl.

I guess today wasn't so bad.
The number seven never ceases to amaze me.

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The jester sings: Something to talk about
25 January 2007 @ 09:38 pm
The jester sings: Rachael Yamagata - Quiet
25 January 2007 @ 09:14 pm
So, it seems I might be getting a little jewish girl to fall for me.
However, it seems I'm falling for her.

These two sides of my brain need to have a meeting, 'cause I can't think of anything to do.
My left brain knows that all love is fleeting.

But, who knows. Maybe I'm wrong.

And, for anyone who knows me well, they'd understand how much I hate being wrong.
05 January 2007 @ 12:39 am
"I reject reality and substitute my own"
02 January 2007 @ 10:26 pm
So, I had cow tongue for the first time the other day. Before then, I had heard it was really tender. It's supposed to be a really expensive delicacy in some countries(One being the Philippines)

Despite how good it tasted, I couldn't get over how it was tongue. It really did feel like an actual tongue.

Like a person's tongue.

I only had one piece, despite how good it tasted and how tender the meat actually was.

It felt like a tongue.
The jester sings: Tokyo Jihen - Toumei Ningen