I was recently reading poetry from an old INFP friend of mine on facebook. She kept reiterating themes of "nothing is real" and "nothing is authentic around me". I'm really glad I've moved beyond this by recognizing the fact that even if someone's behavior isn't sincere, there is some sincere intention behind it. Even if something is fabricated, I can gleam insight into what's behind the web.
Heheh... I went to dinner with one of my best friends and her mom tonight. At one point she was describing her one coworker who always says this annoying thing over and over. 'I was starting to feel like I wanted to PUN--' at the same time as she spoke, she turned to her left and punched into the air to show her frustration, except at that very moment the waiter was walking by (fortunately only with somebody's bill, no dishes) and her fist collided with the leather thing that the bill comes in. The waiter was baffled/amused and played it off like - hey it happens all the time - and we all had a good laugh.
But seriously they couldn't have planned it better if they had tried!
Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.
But yeah, today's was utterly pointless, because it didn't affect any of MY classes (selfish little me, I know. ) But this delay affects the one class where I might have to fix up a couple of projects tonight (God knows how long that's going to take) and it gives me a little more time to do so.
A school not for children but for egyptian cat statues. The classroom itself was a floating rock with grass flat platform. The egyptian cat statues were watching the teacher which was 3 television screens in which 2 were the size and shape of a rectangular alarm clock. The bigger floating rock had strange creatures moving around on it.