Friday, February 25, 2011


Thank You

Left and Right Brain

Left brain: I am the left brain. I am a scientist. A mathematician. I love the familiar. I categorize. I am accurate. Linear. Analytical. Strategic. I am practical. Always in control. A master of words and language. Realistic. I calculate equations and play with numbers. I am order. I am logic. I know exactly who I am.
Right brain: I am the right brain. I am creativity. A free spirit. I am passion. Yearning. Sensuality. I am the sound of roaring laughter. I am taste. The feeling of sand beneath bare feat. I am movement. Vivid colors. I am the urge to paint on an empty canvas. I am boundless imagination. Art. Poetry. I sense. I feel. I am everything I wanted to be.

Worst feeling in life.


Just one text. A simple text. Hi. Two letters, such a simple meaning. But then that one text, leads to another text. Pretty soon, nightly phone calls are a necessary habit. Phone calls die out, and you're meeting up at the local frozen yogurt or smoothie place, hanging out. Hang out after hang out, a kiss appears. Kissing leads to hand holding, and soon your relationship status changes to taken. Year after year, "I like you" is changed to "I love you". And then that one day will come, that one date that will change your life forever. The one date, where, the "I love you" changes to "I do.." A two letter text, changed to a two word phrase. A text, that changed someones life forever.


  • You check your phone, because you have nothing to contribute to the conversation.
  • Wait for the right time to say something, you get interrupted. Twice.
  • Someone you vaguely know is walking in front of you. You maintain distance.
  • Hold the door for some. They’re slightly too far away.
  • Someone comes online, you say “hey”, they go offline.
  • You go in for the high-five. Other person isn’t looking.
  • Accidentally look someone in the eye. Pretend to look past them.
  • You say something stupid. You play it down, but everyone sees your face going red.
  • You say “hi” to someone. It comes out as a whisper.
  • Your friends formed a circle while you were gone. You can’t fit and end up standing slightly askew.
  • Waiting by yourself for friends. Pretend you’re texting.
  • You tell a hilarious joke. Nobody laughs.
  • You’re in class and you want to cough. Some other person just coughed, now you have to wait.
  • The person in front is walking slightly slower than you are. You walk at an uncomfortable speed to get past them.
  • Getting ready to go get a tissue in class, and someone just got up and grabbed a tissue so you have to sit back down.
  • When someone’s phone rings and you check yours, and they give you a weird look because its not even your ring tone.