What do you do when you're pretty sure two people are beginning to share the same brain? There are these two girls in my Medieval lit class, and I know them fairly well. Both of them have dated friends of mine at some point in time. But now they're living together, and I swear, watching them you would have thought they'd been practicing moving in sync. Very strange.
Anyway, I'm blowing time between classes right now, and, of course, I forgot whatever it was that I wanted to write in my LJ. That always happens. I think of something I need to tell everyone about, a thought or event, and I forget by the time I get to the computer.
Listening to people have relationship problems is like a car wreck, you don't want to watch, but you can't look away. The girl on the pay phones is apparently having trouble with her boyfriend that lives in another state and he wants to break it off. I feel sorry for her. No one should have to sit in front of a pay phone and cry. I'd go over and say something, but what would I say, "hey, I was eavesdropping 'cause you were talking pretty loud." Ah, there's her friend. That's good.
Speaking of friends... I think I was stood up by mine. I told Terese that I'd meet her in the student center and we could see if we can get her class information on my laptop, but she hasn't shown, and as I have to be in class in 50 mins, I don't think she's going to.
I actually got some writing done while I've been sitting here, not what I should have been doing, but gratifying nonetheless. I decided I wanted to write a character who is completely immersed in mass media. It's not her reality, but it's how she realates life to other people. I need to find a proofreader... the girl who usually looks over my stuff hasn't been online in ages and her computer's broken, so who knows when she'll appear again.
Okay, gonna read fanfic and drink my white hot chocolate for a bit.