So, it's Sarah's 21st birthday, and you know what that means. She can now legally drink. She was so excited about it. I don't get the big deal, it's just drinking after all. I guess that makes me a freak in her book, but I don't really care. She had her birthday party and no one showed up, which is really sad. I was surprised at how well she took it, though. Normally she would have balled her eyes out and demanded her boyfriend to take her home, but for once she was just like, "Ok, I'm going to have a good time anyway." Very not Sarah-like (PS: I didn't go to her party because I had class). Maybe she's growing up. Afterwards, we went bowling. I totally lost; my score was 53. :( I hate losing. We were in the parking lot and some of her friends pulled up an she decided to go outwith them, so that's where she is right now.
As if I didn't have enough to worry about with that, I get to worry about Dan. He's at a metal concert with his friends and he already told me he was going to drink, and he's supposed to be the designated driver. I have faith that he knows his limits well enough not to over do it, but I'm still worried because that's what I do. I'm definatly saying my prayers tonight (even though he's an atheist, it can't hurt, can it?).
So, what else has happened since I posted last? Oh, I had a mental breakdown over the weekend. I don't even know why, but I just completely broke down. I was really lonely because I didn't really talk to anyone at all in person. Add to that I had a bout of writer's block (you know what that's like, Erin) and I was stressing out over my novel. I was supposed to edit the first chapter on Saturday and start the second one on Sunday. That's not how it went down, though. I'm still trying to edit the first chapter. This is really a bitch because essentially I'm changing the whole subplot and alot of the original plot. However, I really like the way this is turning out. It's a lot darker than it started out, which is definately a good thing.
Ending that rant, classes are the same as usual. I highly reccommend you to read The Fifth Child by Doris Lessing. It's a very good social satire piece. I loved it.
I think that's it, so I'm gonna go now.
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