It's kind of ridiculous how much time I've spent on one question these last few months. I think about it at least once every two days. The question; if I where at Hogwarts, what house would I be in?
Of every question I could be asking myself, I spend time on the one that probably matters the very least. I literally don't think I could pick a topic less relevant to my life. The really bad thing is, I've started sorting other people in my life. It's like the nerdy portion of my brain has completely taken over.
It's funny how this works.
1)I've had about five social outings during the last two weeks. In college, I did something every other night. Here, there is almost nobody to talk to.
2) I've been sleeping on the couch ever since I returned from college. I wake up at eight every morning and go to bed at eleven.
3) Spent the last three days (and today) doing yard work. Heavy frickin' yard work. Dirty, too. My back is sore and my work clothes are literally covered. Luckily, it's too windy to lay mulch today, so I get a break.
But I freaking love my summer. It's actually been really nice. Go figure.
I think it's because I've been ch-ch-ch-changing. I always used to let people boss me around in high school. I was kind of spineless. Recently, I've just been doing whatever the hell I wanted. I'm a lot less afraid of being mean now, which is both a good and bad thing. Because being a little bit selfish can grant you some freedoms, but damn, I never realized I could be so cold.
Warning: I'm about to make another Harry Potter reference. Snape is my effing hero. Love love love that man. My dad, sister, and I have been watching the movies over again, because nerdiness is apparently genetic. We watched the third movie last night, which leads me to this question;
Who the f*ck is "Bem"? I don't remember this character at all in the books, but in the third movie, he has more speaking parts that Seamus Finnigan and Dean Thomas put together. WTF.
If you're confused, this is Bem:
I wish everyone assigned houses. Sure, it stereotypes and divides an already tumultuous population, but it's a freaking amazing ice breaker. Aaannnd, I need a life.
Fact: I ran around my front yard in my underwear yesterday. This is what my life has become.