April Fools

Is it just me or is April 2006 kinda not awesome so far? I’ve officially given up on this month. The weirdest stuff has been going on like every day for the last few weeks and I seriously am making like a Kit-Kat commercial and saying “Gimmie a break!”

When a lot of wrong things pile up together, sometimes I think that there is no right. That is because I am sometimes a pessimist. Luckily for you I mainly stick to music/entertainment when I write on this site, and not the personal stuff (I save that torture for my friends…sorry guys!), otherwise I think we all might need Xanax. I want to keep it that way, but what I do want to say is that contrary to popular belief on the internet and beyond, I’m a living breathing human.

I don’t have the answers to everything and I’m not always right (although sometimes I pretend that I am), I make mistakes and sometimes I leave dirty dishes in the sink (like right now). So to anyone reading this, I’m sure you too have had those months where you’re just like “Dude, what the..?” and although you’re not standing on a ledge somewhere (Stephen Jenkins talked me out of it. Thanks, bro.), you sure as heck are not at your best.

So what does one do in times such as these? I guess muddle on through and hope next month is best-tastic.

I don’t want to start a pitty party or anything, but if you see me out, I gotta tell you, a hug wouldn’t hurt anyone.

PS- Does this in any way shape or form explain why I actually liked what I saw of “Love Monkey”?

Author: laura

I run The Modern Age.org

16 thoughts on “April Fools”

  1. because it is slightly entertaining to spot something like an interpol poster on an office door or the inside of cbgbs on television or ben folds running into Ed on a new york city street despite how lame all those things are and how they all display the desperate state of cbs in their effort to be hip. its okay laura. i feel your pain.

  2. uh…sorry, i thought you were asking why you liked love monkey. but either way, there are the reasons. it also may or may not have anything to do with a craptacular april.

  3. i think if i tried to hug you you’d cringe. i’m gonna try it next time i see you. let’s see what happens. p.s. let’s go karoaking right now. it’s only 1;12 on a thursday morning!!!!!!!!!

  4. When problems overwhelm us and sadness smothers us where do we find the will and the courage to continue? Well the answer may come in the caring voice of a friend,a chance encounter with a book, or from a personal faith. For Janet help came from her faith, but it also from a squirrel…

  5. april is the cruelest month,
    breeding lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
    memory and desire, stirring
    dull roots with spring rain

    by may you’ll be over it!

  6. listen to more kelly clarkson.

    look at pretty pictures of paul rudd.

    take a trip to los angeles and eat some in & out.

    vent all you want to my listening ears. i can take it.

    and take heart…

    at least you’re not engaged to josh holloway or cmm.

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