if all new yorkers switched their light bulbs to compact fluorescent bulbs (cfl), they energy saved could power the entire subway system! (those of you who don’t ride the subway probably don’t care, but in that case, then you probably aren’t my friend either, let’s be honest).
why is breaking up so hard to do? especially when you don’t even really have those butterflies with another person (yes it is spring, thus the cheesy butterfly reference)? because it’s not in human nature to simply cut off ties with someone, especially when you’ve had more of an emotional and physical connection than normal. it’s even harder when you go from not really knowing each other or not really being friends at all, to the intensity of some sort of relationship, and then immediately to not having them in your life anymore. the whole thing is just. so. damn. weird. and awkward. so, i think the way that we break up needs to change. how? i’m not sure yet, but i’ll figure it out sooner or later. i’ve only broken up with someone once anyways, so i’m a newbie.
and i bought some really pretty daffodils today from Trader Joes. apparently, they are from England, where spring really sprang awhile back? needless to say, i have never experienced this season before, and now, i am thinking that it is smack dab tied with autumn…and might even win my heart wholeheartedly if this behavior continues.
it’s really scaring me right now how badly i want to go to texas in a few weeks. i never thought i would be caught dead expressing such a sentiment. but “south by” just looks so awesome this year. so i’ve given in (but i’m still not going).