So, I'm going to try something.
Quite often, I spend the day alone, just kind of doing my own thing. It's okay, I'm not mad about it; I'm actually really okay with it. I don't mind doing things alone.
Being in this state of solitude, I have the opportunity to watch people. I love to watch people. You see, I recognize that I'm something of a weirdo (aren't we all, though?). I recognize that there are a lot, a lot of people who i can't connect with. Thus, it is fascinating to me to sit and watch them; to listen to them. They love, they hurt, they laugh. Sometimes they cry. Most of the time, I can't relate to their sense of humor or their anger. But I think that's what's so interesting to me. It's our diversity that makes us beautiful.
Anyway, I think every now and then, my blog is going to be just a description of the people that I'm eaves dropping on. There won't be a climax or a plot. It will be just people; just the descritptions of people. Ha ha. I bet I'll lose readers this way. John Steinbeck lost me for this exact reason. Except instead of people, he would describe dust. Or crops. I hate John Steinbeck.
So, we'll see.
Here's what I want to know: How can I meet Katie Holmes? She's single now, you know? Her and Tom are calling it quits. The problem isn't meeting her. Any obsessive fan can meet Katie Holmes; that's not what I'm interested in. I want to meet her in a neutral setting. I want to meet her as an equal. We can talk about scientology or film or Applebee's (I don't know anything about scientology), the point is, she needs to realize that I'm not freaking out. that I view her as a person. And that's when it will happen: she will fall in love with me. All I need is to meet her in a neutral setting. I guarantee it.
Today, on my way home from getting work done on my motorcycle, I was riding with the visor on my helmet open. No big deal. Until a friggin bee flew into my helmet and stung me. The side of my head swelled up. It was awful. I don't care if all of the flowers die, I want all of the bees to die. Right now.
I went and watched the sunset tonight. It was very pretty. I have proof. Czech it out:
I love you for reading.
Let's stop fighting and let's all just hug each other.