Apr 23, 2005

It's about damn time!

I think I've finally realized life is about enjoying it, and not being hung up on the past. I will admit that while I've been a little out of character these past few weeks (well ok...A LOT, extremely flirtatious and suddenly a LOT more social)...well, I will admit that I think this is definitely not a bad thing! :D After talking to my sister in regards to her moving plans, her engagement, and all that, and being a little...or should I say WAY TOO upset with her, I realized that I'm just being a fool. Sure, I've always known about free agency and I would fight to the death to defend the freedoms and liberties of all people on this earth, I guess I still got hung up on people making what I consider bad decisions. Well, it's not my life..and I shouldn't care. Besides, I have to deal with making my own good and bad decisions, n'est pas? That's enough to worry about :)

So I recently discovered the persuasive power of pigtails. Hmmm, what do you think??

So I'm at this point where I am not actively seeking a serious relationship. I just want to date a LOT and have fun, for once in my life:) Life is too short to be so serious and opinionated. There are so many fantastic people out there who are just waiting to be met, to be talked to, and to perhaps become great friends :)

Anyhoo, I offered my services to Jaime, to help him find a great paying job so he can drive around in a black ferarri and buy me one as well :D He's almost done with school and will have a master's (from France) in Telecommunications Engineering with a business degree in marketing theory for telecommunications services. While for some odd reason Spain won't accept his French degree and is asking him to complete his Spanish master's, I was telling him how ridiculous that was, and while I don't blame him for wanting to stay in Valencia (hell, I love that city and wish I could return myself!!) he'd make a LOT more money here in the U.S. Besides, with his unique combination of education, experience, and his ability to speak 5 languages (is it up to 6 now?? I don't know but I know he was studying Japanese), he could well be making 6 figures -- especially if he starts looking on the west coast.

So I said I'd help, and I'd translate his curriculum vitae into an American-formatted resumé. I love being able to help out my friends and family...and it helps me forget about being so damn self-involved:)

Well, I have nothing to do today and it is pure bliss!! I do want to start sorting through all my clothes and shoes, and the rest of my junk so that I can get ready to have a garage sale and get rid of the stuff I don't need. I want to get this place in tip-top shape before Gilly moves in.

Well, not much else to say, so I'll close for now. Be back later....:)

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