I can't remember the last time I went a whole week with no posts. For me, summer sort of creates this false sense of reality where it feels like every day is the same day over and over again. It's not a bad feeling. Since every day is the same as yesterday it feels like there are no responsibilities or consequences.
So here's what I've been doing...
-bingeing quite frequently :( no consequences, right?
-mini golfing almost every day- SO much fun. I finally tied with Jake yesterday. Every once in a while we get the ball in the special hole and win a free round of putting!!!!
-cooking dinners for the family to keep the evening boredom at bay
-watching 24 with Netflix online- best show EVER!!
-shopping around for new therapists, or at least pretending to.
-playing with my new guinea pig. I named her Georgia :)
-arguing with mom about what classes to take this semester
Registering for courses online has been a hellish ordeal. I'm going to be doing night classes at Boston University again, but it sucks because most of the classes I want to take are science classes which involve labs on Tuesdays and Thursdays and those evenings don't work because I have group therapy at MEDA. So it's a poopy situation but I've settled for a Psychology course that meets on Monday evenings. My first class is in a week.
My brother and sister had their yearly physicals yesterday. BOTH of them were told they were underweight and that Rachel especially needs to start packing on the pounds because she is about to hit puberty. Jake is 6'3 and with his rampant teenage metabolism he stays thin as a freaking rail. I hate them. These two eat whatever the hell they want without gaining an ounce. I HATE THEM!!!! My mom says it will catch up with them when they get older, that it won't always be like this, that I was actually underweight too when I was eleven and it's just a kid thing. I hope so. I will not tolerate my siblings being so much thinner than me for long.
Heather is moving out tomorrow! She found an apartment in Somerville and is packing up all her stuff as we speak. No more roommate fun time. It's going to be weird. But on the bright side I'll have my room all to my self again so I can stay up as late as I want without worrying that my reading light is bothering her. I can keep the air conditioner on at 60 degrees all night without her freezing to death. I can watch 24 without headphones in. I can read out loud again! I know that seems a little weird but I like to pretend that I'm doing an audio book and that people are listening to me.