I've recently found my soulmate via YouTube. I wish I were as cool and funny. He dances like a GODDD... On crack. Yes, he's the Jizz In My Pants guy.
Anyway, I've been thinking a lot, and I think I'm going to go to Auburn University next semester. It seems like a great school, great parties, and I'll get to live in an apartment with Sarah. My parents are being totally supportive, so it should be easier than the last time I tried to move out.
I've just been feeling like it's time to grow up. I feel like I'm still a little kid. I love my mom, and tbh, I love living with her. :P That's so weird, but I haven't wanted to move out since like last year when I was convinced I needed to live with Brian. I've got everything here. Endless cash, food all the time, I'm never lonely. I just feel like it's time to maybe start doing things on my own.
I still won't need a job, but I'll be four hours away fr
It's been common knowledge that Narwhals are my favorite mythical creature. Ask Artificer.
Well, today, in search of my old narwhal display pic, I found out that they were real. Even National Geographic says they are real. I'm a little bit disappointed...
A flock of narwhals.
"The narwhal (Monodon monoceros) is medium-sized toothed whale that lives year-round in the Arctic. The males of the species have a characteristic long tusk extending from their upper jaw. Seldom found south of latitude 70°N, the narwhal is one of two species of white whale in the Monodontidae family, along with the Beluga whale.
Male narwhals weigh up to 1,600 kg (3,500 lb), and the females weigh around 1,000 kg (2,200 lb). The pigmentation of the narwhal is a mottled black and white pattern. They are darkest when born and become more white in color with age.
I'm glad I came back, I missed this place a lot. So much has changed. I didn't even know that Neo had blogs until like yesterday! Hopefully I'll start making this blog pretty and stuff.
I missed talking to Toni and Jeff. I'd say Ron, but we still talk all the time. ;P Now I'm starting to make new friends, and it is verry awesome.
Today, I woke up at 4 AM and went to the hospital to have an upper endoscopy. They basically just put me to sleep and shoved a small tube down my throat to look at my tummy on the inside. :] Nothing was wrong, and next week they'll check out my gall bladder to see how that's doing. Hopefully they'll find out why I'm always sick to my tummy. ;-;
I loved being put to sleep, though. They drugged me up first, and then they sprayed my throat to numb it. xD I accidentally turned my head out of fear, and then my whole left side of my face was numb, too. And then soon afte