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17 August 2008 @ 02:11 pm
Muse-ical Chairs  
It's a very a-muse-ing game.

Yes, I'll stop.

The sleep-deprivation thing seems to be helping my creative process, though, for some reason -- possibly because I'm less inhibited when I'm tired and tend to let words kind of dribble out without agonizing as much; I'm not sure.  Maybe I'm on crack.  Jury's out.

I really don't want to go back to school -- I'll be moving up in a mere SIX DAYS... D: D: D: D: -- and return to the agony that is essays, reading, essays, lecture attendance, and essays, but there is the upside that I'll be getting away from my mother for a little while.  She fires on all cylinders at a single speed, and it's NAG.  It's not all that intense most of the time, but she's tends to find things to poke me about.  Woman needs a chill pill, stat!

I've started a Death Note drabble project called The Margins.  I've got four pieces stockpiled and am working on a fifth, so that should be fun.

Life?  What?  Pshaw.

This is the fall, this is the long way down
And our lives look smaller now
And our lives look so small

- "Summer Shudder" - A.F.I. -

Now I must get back to work before the mean Greek lady takes her morning star to my cranium. D:
Feeling: creativecreative
Marmmarmaladefever on August 17th, 2008 10:38 pm (UTC)
I feel pretty sleep-deprived right now, and I went to bed around eleven.

I have to move back next Sunday. :(
Vitamin Ctierfal on August 18th, 2008 08:10 pm (UTC)
Sleep is a strange and mysterious thing. :O

Oh no! D: I have my fingers crossed hoping that your roommates turn out to be surprisingly wonderful people. XD
Ngocorientalblossom on August 22nd, 2008 11:48 am (UTC)
Oh, gosh, I know what you mean. My parents are the greatest people on earth, but when they get into the whole we-are-older-than-you-ergo-more-experience-ergo-we-will-now-impose-our-authority-on-you mode, they can nag me into the next century. And eventually, i give in, more to keep them quiet than anything.

It must be a gene that all parents develop beyond the age of 40.
Vitamin Ctierfal on August 22nd, 2008 11:59 pm (UTC)
I do the same thing -- sometimes "Okay, yeah, yeah, I'll do that" is easier than fighting it out. XD

It must be! XD The question is, how do we get rid of it? XD