Perfect in my Mind

Perfect in my Mind

Monday, March 7, 2011

Several things

Today I awoke to the sound of thumping.

I have to admit, I live in a creepy-ish neighborhood.  I've seen blood droplets trailing across the outside pavement of our apartment complex.  There is a lot of yelling.  A lot of sirens.  A lot of . . . mistrust between neighbors.

So, naturally I was a bit frightened.  I sat on our couch in my p.j.'s silently praying that the angry thumping would subside.  Minutes passed.  Soon the thumping turned into shouting, "Open!  Open up! Open up the door!"  Mr. Anonymous yelled.  I refused--continuing to cower in our dimly lit family room.

After about five minutes of this, Mr. Anonymous finally yelled, "Oh, sorry.  Wrong apartment!"
(FYI: He was not forgiven)

Cool, right?
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Hi.

My name is Chelsea, and I am a procrastinator.

The first step is admitting you have a problem, right?

Did you know it's midterm?  Because I didn't even realize this until this weekend.  Crappy.

So, in the next two days I need to write two essays, prepare a class presentation, and study for a test.

I am awesome.

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Currently, Mista T. is killing people via Modern Warfare 2.

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I put dinner in the crock pot a few hours ago.  The recipe said it would be enchiladas . . . but I don't know what the crap it actually is.  It looks more like chili with some tortillas shoved in it. Hopefully it'll be delicious.

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I feel like I have a lot to say right now, but I really must get back to my homework.

We'll talk later.

8 comments:

Laura Eve said...

OH MY GOSH! That is so scary!! midterm is gross, i have been the worst student this semester... um and those projects you talk about... none of those are for our class are they? I'm clueless.

Sara Shoemaker said...

hahaa sounds like a wonderful place to live!!! blood on the pavement can be a nice welcome home. You could have a lot of fun making up your own stories about the mysterious lives of all your neighbors! make a book out of it! :)

MicheleBryant said...

Hey, I LIVE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD! Chelsea, are you afraid of me? I'm sorry I used to give you time-outs when you yelled about your bangs looking ugly. I'll try to do better. . .LOL (That's the first time I've used LOL. Are you proud of me?)

You are amazing and so funny. I love your blog. Love, Your Mommy

Jung said...

That first event sounds very scary, geez.

Everyday Love said...

I too live in a rather questionable neighborhood. Some of the folks are super nice...some are...a tad creepy! I woke up to sirens today and found out it was a robbery and they haven't found the guy...super!

Pearl Girls said...

Aahh!! That is so super scary! I probably would have called the cops. I'm a wiener. I feel bad for the persons house they were going to next...

-Amanda

Rachel said...

That is pretty freaky.. I would have been totally freaked out. For sure!

asia marie @ upward said...

I hate when enchiladas turn into chili. But it was delicious, no?