The above title was an allusion to Keeping You A Secret, a wonderful book that I just finished. It's an adorable lesbian romance novel, very sweet and sappy. I recommend this to my fellow lesbians and homophobes everywhere. Holland's mom really pissed me off. I hope my mom won't react to my coming out like that. I wish I hadn't finished the book so quickly, but I just couldn't stop reading. Is it pathetic that I'm jealous of fictional characters and their awesomely adorable relationship? I'm thinking yes. I was jealous of what Holland and Cece had from chapter one! Ugh. I kinda wanna read the book again, it was so damn good. There needs to be more lesbian fiction out there, and NOT just pointless erotic novels.
I can get Brittany's number, if I wanted to. All my best friend has to do is text a friend of hers who has it and it's aaaalll mine. But that seems wrong to me. And even if I got it, I wouldn't have the courage to just randomly text her, because I didn't ask her personally and it just seems rude. So I guess this option would be a last resort, like if Brittany left and I still hadn't gotten her number I MIGHT consider it. Ugh. I miss her a lot. She just makes my day. As I was reading Keeping You A Secret, I kinda imagined her and I in place of Holland and Cece. Ha! I'm pathetic.
I wanna go back to school. Christmas break is boring as hell and I miss the routine and I miss having schoolwork to focus my energy on. My throat is swollen and scratchy and my nose is all stuffed up. Yup, the girl who never gets sick has a cold. And it sucks. I can barely taste anything and my voice is weak. Damn it all to hell.
Also, my laptop refuses to turn on, so I'm typing this from my mother's laptop. I have to remember to clear her search history or else she'll find this website. So now I have to run my laptop to Wal Mart and have it fixed, hopefuly. It's a Toshiba. Anybody else have any problems with Toshibas? I'm beginning to think it's not the best brand in the world.