Monday, March 26, 2012

coming out of hibernation

Winter is a season of hibernation, and I like that, but now it's spring, time for me to get out of my room and enjoy the sunshine. Things always pick up this time of year, and so far this has been no different.

This weekend I actually got out of the house and did something other than watch TV in bed. Well, I mean, I did that, too. I watched six episodes of Doctor Who in two nights and was told I had showed constraint. Man, I have to step up my game. Too bad I have stuff to do next weekend, or I could try and break that record. I hate having stuff to do.

So, anyway, soccer has started up again. I had two games this weekend and I am sore. The first one went well enough in that I actually scored a goal for the first time in something that's not a scrimmage. The second one was the kind of awful game where the other team had six subs and we had negative three subs at the start. Completely unfair. And yeah, we lost. But oh well.

Sunday evening I went with some friends to see Young the Giant and that was fun. It's nice to just get out and listen to music and dance and be among people.

Well, happy spring and stuff.


  1. what.


    you did NOT go see Young the Giant and NOT EVEN TELL ME. I need every single detail in my email inbox right this second, please and thank you.

    1. Oh yes, I did. But I only found out a few days before so it's not like you were in the dark too long. :P

  2. Young the Giant? You are SO lucky! and I totally know what you mean, I like hibernating too :)

  3. lol, i hate coming out of hibernation.

    young the giant?! get out of town!!


  4. i don't know enough about soccer to have nary a clue what you're talking about, but young the giant. that's not fair at all.

    also, i love your photo.
    -jocee <3

  5. update: Young the Giant is gonna be at the Egyptian Room in Indy on July 10th! Tickets go on sale tomorrow! I'm definitely going and I'm so excited I can hardly stand it!

  6. I double-dog dare you to break your record.


Hey, you. Be nice.