Friday, July 16, 2010

Blog revival

Let's bring this community back to life, one blog at a time, shall we?

First of all, I would like to apologize. Sorry to all of my friends in Michigan, because I came home for about a week and was complete rubbish when it came to visiting friends I haven't seen in a while. I planned on visiting many, if not all, of my long lost friends but unfortunately nothing went as planned on the trip home. So please, except my apology, it was nothing personal.

To Kit, I know we made plans to hang out in the later part of the week, but like I said, my plans changed, sorry for not contacting you about it.

To Kate Potts, sorry for not responding to your text, I was quite inebriated and couldn't bring myself to type a legible message, and needless to say, I didn't remember much the next day so I didn't stumble upon your message until a few days later.

Now, to give an update on my life for all of those that care. All I really do is work, sleep and hang out with my lady friend, been with her for a little of 7 months, and am happy. No one I talk to can really believe me when I say that because she doesn't speak english, she only speaks spanish. But it's true, I am, and it's amazing how easy it is to pick up a new language when you are dating a girl that speaks only spanish, live in a house with 3 people who only speak spanish, and 70% of the people you work with only speak spanish.

I finally feel like an actual adult, don't really how I feel about that, but I'm handling it. Very well, might I add. I guess, I really don't have much else to update, at least it's a start, right?

Now maybe let's get some more updates from more Artichokers, eh?

OO-EH,
Kal El

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