I was talking about what I should do with my hair today while I was in the car with my uncle, my sister, and my brother. (We were going to see Spider-Man 3. But more on that later.) My uncle stopped by Target on the way to the movie, and he bought me some hair gel! It’s so freaking awesome. I’ve slicked my bangs back with it now, and since I have short hair, I look really butch. :D It rocks. I think I’ll go to school with my hair like this on Monday. This is so awesome. I like having my bangs completely out of the way.
Spider-Man 3 was AWESOME! Well, that’s just my opinion. I mainly liked it because I am a major comic book geek and I loved what they did with the villain Venom. The people who made the movie really stuck to the comic book, although they didn’t really explain Venom’s origins that well. I’m going to stop talking about the movie now so that I don’t spoil it for anyone.
I’ve basically been just hanging out the past few days, having fun… It’s nice. It’s helping me to get over my straight crush faster. I’m even starting to be nicer to my crush lately. I mean, lately I’ve been kinda snappy at her because of my unrequited crush on her and everything. But now when I see her, I’m a lot less moody. I like it.
I’m thinking about going to school with my slicked up hair and a dress shirt and tie on. My grandmother gave me this old dress shirt and tie she had in her closet the last time I visited her, and I really want to wear them in public, but I’m kind of afraid. I love the tie. It’s really goofy looking. It has a bunch of pink, yellow, and blue hearts on it. :D
I’m taking a break from the novel I was writing earlier. It was serious and depressing, but now I’m writing a story that’s a little more lighthearted. I plan to return to my book soon, but right now I’m just chilling, trying to get over this stupid crush. I just can’t write a serious story at the moment; it’ll just make me feel even more depressed in general.
My mom saw my hair, and she said that it was good that I was experimenting and trying to figure out who I was. :/ She also told me that if I want to put spikes in my hair, she could help me with that. (She’s had spikes in her hair before.) I don’t really want spikes, but it’s so cool that my mom is cool with my hair, you know? I’m just glad she’s not like, “Wash out that gel right now, young lady! You look like a drag king!” My mom’s neat.
So, uh, later? And don’t forget to comment! *leaves out a tray of cookies for everyone who comments*