I didn't go to class. I just couldn't do it. Ok, fine, I could. But I'm a wuss, I didn't want to go...so I didn't.
Have you ever had a conversation or moment where someone makes you feel completely uninteresting? And then, 10 minutes later after the conversation is over, while you're still feeling totally uninteresting, you look back and cannot for the life of you figure out why you feel that way. Nothing was said, done, implied that made you get to this point. So what the hell is going on?
The only conclusion I came to is that I actually sort of like the two people who I spent loads of time chatting with today. So maybe I wanted to seem interesting, but since I was mostly listening I couldn't impress upon them the utter coolness that I embody. OK. That's a stretch. But I know that I'm interesting. I'm not a boring person (although some of you may argue that I tend towards boring in my social choices). But personality wise I think I'm interesting. It was weird today to feel that...maybe that's what it's like to feel like you are hopefully making new friends and want them to like you? It's been so long...I'm rusty here...
And on a mostly unrelated note, I was jokingly called a cat lady today (no offense was taken, context was key). And suddenly, it hit me that if I had two dogs, I'd be a kick-ass chick. But two cats? Oh, cat lady...watch out! For me, it's about living with animals. Someday I'll have a dog. I don't know if I'll have more than one at a time, but I'll probably have a cat too. And I bet if I had a dog (although I think white fluffy dogs are still "cat lady" material - but I'll never have one of those. I think my first dog will be a rescued greyhound) I would never hear that cat lady crap - even if I had a dog and 3 cats. Why is that?? Dogs add cool factor?