I like thinking that I’m happy. And I like sitting here writing about nothing. I wish that could make me a living, but it obviously cannot. I guess I could write for a living, but not about nothing; not like this.
Your words make me. They make me happy or sad; rather, the lack of it makes me sad. This post was never meant to be about you at all, but it seems like you occupy my thoughts so much that everything in my life has an element of you, even the most mundane thoughts.
I thrive on reading about the life of others, especially if they hold a tinge of melancholy. I guess I’m a sadist like that. And maybe that’s why I like to keep my life on the edge of misery, or maybe I really don’t have a choice on that matter - I’m really just usually sad, even on good days.
I like talking to myself, or to no one in particular, like now. That’s partly because nothing I say actually makes a lot of sense, nor would likely matter much to anyone, including myself. I just like to let my train of thoughts flow, and that makes me happy. In essence, wasting time doing nothing productive makes me happy. I guess everything that actually matters in life, like work (or you), makes me a little bit sad.
One would say I’m strange, or weird; I prefer the word “free-spirited”.
I would like to travel the world, see things, experience people, and live life free of obligations - we all know the impossibility of that dream until you are about 65 and rich.
Right now, I’m sitting in my cubicle procrastinating a tedious proposal by writing this meaningless entry while eating walnuts. I have to say, walnuts really look like the birdeye view of brains.
The time now (or, in a few minutes’ time) is 11:11, and I wish that you would love me, and love me like you have loved nobody.