Because it's been bothering the hell out of me since I first saw the flag a few years ago, and because someone surely told me and I forgot since then...
can someone enlighten me on who this flag represents?
it's an adorable flag but what the heck does it mean?
...that is, if both parties want it, because I'll be damned if I'm gonna be the only one working for it.
My friends and I went out to a local festival yesterday and had a ton of fun. Now that the weather is finally cooperating I'm pretty confident that my birthday this upcoming weekend will be pretty rad. But back to last night...there was a lot of dancing, drinking and screaming...and my friend Trish dancing on top of a newspaper stand.
So for anyone who likes Mindless Self Indulgence, their new album 'If' is pretty damn good. Good shit.
So I've been dating my boyfriend for a pretty long time now--long for me, since all of my past relationships never made it beyond 2.5 months, and this is almost a year and a half--and I feel like I'm hitting a really rough patch. I'm probably just a lot more irritable right now than I've ever been. PMS? Boredom from this tiny town? Depression?
If you know me you know that religion has never played a large role in my life. It's never been part of whatever I've been trying to do with my life and I've never seen the need for it. Over the course of my life, I've met people who feel the same. We don't feel we need religion and haven't tried to. Some of them have tried out different religions and realized that none of them work out.
So I'm sitting in my dorm room up in Stevens Point, WI (don't feel bad if you don't know where that is) looking out my window, and it finally stopped snowing for today!
Doesn't that statement just make you wanna shoot things?
I mean, I know Wisconsin has fucky-uppy weather, but come the fuck on!
I'm seriously beginning to think this is the year to totally shit on my life. For real. I mean, why else would people nitpick over the lamest and most inconsequential nonsense. So that explains it; for the memo that some people missed out on: SHIT ON ASHLEY'S LIFE. stop. SHE DOESN'T USE IT ANYWAY. stop. IT'LL MAKE YOU ALL FEEL BETTER. stop.
yeah. okay. lol.
In the past seven months I've realized how hypocritical people really are.
So I doubt anyone on here remembers me since I don't post much. For the past four years I identified as a lesbian, purely wanting and desiring women. And that was great; I dated enough, got shafted more times than I'd like to admit, had fun and fell in love. Yay, right? Right. It was funny because despite the fickle minds of my peers and ex-girlfriends every pegged me as The Lesbian: The girl who would never go back to dudes if her life depended on it. I hadn't planned to, honestly because there was no male in my life that attracted me or made me feel anything anywhere near what females had and continued to.
Random thing I wrote a few days ago/today regarding *what else!* my coming out process.
My coming out process has been stop-and-go; I tell a group of people, get their reactions, then wait until I let more people in on the secret. I guess “hurry up and wait
(Actually it's not til now since I slept til fucking 4:oo)
I don't even know what I'm doing here... despite the fact that there are plenty of components I want/need in a relationship, I'm with someone who meets practically none of them. How insane is that? How insane am I to ignore my feelings just to say I'm with someone?
This is coming from last night. Last night was my junior prom (which was AMAZING I must say). Once my girlfriend showed up I made the mistke in telling her that there was another girl there wearing the same dress as her. Oops. She spent about 20 minutes whining about that. Little did I know that this other girl was someone she hates so it made for a huge scandal, apparently. If she wasn't complaining about that she was complaining about how fat she looked in her dress. Even though I kept telling her she looked gorgeous, which she most certainly did, and I even lightly slapped her, she still kept on with it.
written about a week ago. Based on a prompt of The Secret of Life:
The secret to life, in essence, is universal. There are just different ways to acheive it
What do we want? An undisputed love of life, and a purposeful life to live. No one has time to waste on silly mind games so being a grown child is a waste of life.
You want to know the secret? Laugh often, think realistically, don't forget to breathe. Keep it simple, stay one step ahead, keep your friends close and your enemies two steps behind.
And always, never forget that the ground is only to hold your feet; you are not rooted to its surface. My secret is yours: never stop fighting. Never stop living.
For being someone who likes to write, I sure forget about this place a lot
School is in its last leg; one more month and I'm officially a senior. Woo! I know it may not be as great as a lot of people think it is, but hell, I've worked 13 years to get here, and I'm gonna love it. It kinda sucks, though, that I caught "Senioritis" my sophomore year. When our teachers passed out our transcripts I discovered that I missed 66 out of 34 classes in Biology. Apparently, classes during lunch hours count as double. What the hell.
My summer has pretty much come and gone without incident... nothing hugely good or bad has happened. The show I was in closed this past Sunday and, for being a brand-new play that no one's heard of by a little-known playwright (and a highschool student), it was a great success. The audience liked it, even if they did get a little uncomfortable in their seats at times.
What did we talk about in the show? drugs, teen pregnancy, abortions, cheating, lies, young love, sexuality, sex, dysfunctional families, drinking, truth, pain, hurt, joy, happiness, slavery, double standards, race, death, violence...
You know, all the good stuff.
Hey everybody out there! This is Ashe making a long-overdue visit. My name was originally Eversong if anyone on here remembers me. There's so many new people!
A small excuse to my absense: I forgot the address and couldn't bookmark it (due to the content and my not being out to my parents yet). Yeah, that's kinda lame but hey.
Some updates: I came out as a lesbian about a year ago and have been living comfortable since, with a few bumps along the way. I've been doing some productions, including stage managing a show. Long story short, it was horrible and I had a hand in it :( whoops. Oh well, her grade. ;p