Back in the day, I could study to music. I think this was because I got all my singing/paying attention to the music done when I was driving. But now I don’t drive. So the only time I ever listen to music is when I’m alone in my room, and if i’m alone in my room it’s probably because I have some intense homework I need to do. And suddenly I’ve found that if I try to read something to anything other than Sufjan Stevens my brain takes a little trip to LA-LA-LA-I-DON’T-KNOW-WHAT-I’M-READING land.

I don’t miss my car, but I miss my singing in the car time.

Also, today I volunteered at Equestrian Connections, which is a therapeutic riding place. I cleaned up after the fundraising party that they had just had, so I only got minor glimpses of horses. But I miss riding. I had no desire to do it at the point that I left home, or even since junior year really. But I miss my horse. Unfortunately I don’t have the kind of time to either volunteer or join the equestrian team (who as a side note were total bitches when I talked to them at the activities fair). But there you go.


One Comment on “Observation”

  1. Cathy says:

    I understand missing certain things you never thought you’d miss. Like back in Ventura, I didn’t miss playing the guitar, but I’ve suddenly been struck by the urge to relearn. And Tanner. I really miss Tanner, even though we didn’t hang out much for the past two years. It’s weird how the world works like that.

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