Tuesday, January 11th, 2005

OK, so this last week, I've either been lazy and ignoring my virtually non-existent homework, or I've been so busy that I still wonder how I'm managing to keep up. And yet I still found time to update. :D I must offer up a fair warning, the following is a creepy boy rant. Read at your own peril... or interest. Whatever.

So, somewhat random news that I'm not sure if I've mentioned yet. I'm taking notes for a couple of my classes for students who can't do it themselves for some reason. In one of these classes, the student approached me himself after class about it. The funny thing is, I'm starting to think, partly because my mother made the speculation, and now I'm starting to see stuff that makes me wonder if she isn't right, that he didn't ask me to take notes for him just to have notes from class. I really think he's interested in me. Now, while this is really cool for me, in that no guy has ever expressed an interest in me, it is getting kind of, well not creepy, but definately uncomfortable. First off, he's been hanging around me after class since. Second, he asked to meet me at the library for help on our first paper, and then proceded to spend 3/4 of the time asking about me... and how protective my father was! Thank heaven I had the instinct to tell him that yes, my father was very protective, and to top that, he has shotguns and knows how to use them. I thought maybe I had discouraged him a bit when I was going on about how unworthy my sister's fiacee is as a person, much less a lifemate, but today proved me wrong. First thing he asked me after class was if I was having lunch. I can only thank heaven, again, that I had the foresight to think up an excuse before coming to school, in the event of such an occurance. In hindsight, however, it may not have been so wise to sit next to him, but I had already asked to share his text, and he is the only person I know in class so far... *sigh* I suppose only time will tell if he gets the hint. If he doesn't, I can always pull my 'math buddy' out and call him my boyfriend. Not like they're ever going to meet, and I'm sure he'd be willing to help me out if they do. I mean it's not like any of us see each other off campus anyway, we all live in different cities. OH, and for those of you who may be wondering why I don't take him up, he's so not my type. He's really nice and all, and I can see being good friends with him, but he's told me enough about himself that, even if he were physically my type (and no he's not ugly, just not my type) he wouldn't be my intellectual match. Quite frankly, I think I deserve someone who will challenge and interest me intellectually as well as excite me physically. Is that too much to ask?

Anyway, I should probably get back to researching for my history paper.

Love and huggles,
Lin :D

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