I can't seem to get off this damn computer for more than a few hours at a time. It just sucks me in. And my sister keeps IMing me from upstairs. It's kinda weird being home again. Back when I lived here all the time, I'd go to bed before midnight because my parents were pushy about that and they usually went to bed at a reasonable hour. When I went to college, I went to bed before midnight... for about a semester. Now I'm used to staying up until the wee hours, and at 11 pm, I'm energized. So I stay in the basement with the cats until I get bored with IMing people and watching the same internet cartoons constantly. But late-night IMs are fun. We come up with some very interesting material. But I should avoid eBay late at night, otherwise I end up bidding on weird stuff. Like mannequins.
It's lovely not having to go to class and deal with homework for a week, but it's also rather boring. There's a distinct lack of available friends and things to do in Murrysville, and even my Pittsburgh friends have busy schedules. Hey folks, I'm still available this week... anyone want to get together? Please? *pouts* All I have planned for the rest of the week is going to a pizza place with Nick on Wednesday. And that will be fun, but I'd like to also see other people that I don't see just about every day during the school year. Come on, I know at least half a dozen of you non-college friends are in the area this week... someone plan something. I have access to a minivan, I can drive, and even though I despise driving in Pittsburgh, I can get used to it. Pleeeeeease? At least on the weekend? We can go to Yum Wok or something. I just need to not sit around on the computer all day. It's bad for my physical, mental, and social health.
And I think that all colleges should have the same spring break schedule. Then I could hang out with more of my high school friends. Of course, I only keep in touch with about half a dozen of them, and only a few are still in Murrysville... *hangs head* Getting older sucks. It means you leave people behind, and people leave you behind. But even when people get left behind, nobody is forgotten. Oh dear, again with the Lilo and Stitch references. Maybe I should go to bed. Whenever I'm on the computer at night, I'm either hyper or depressed. I'd rather be hyper right now.