My friend Emma got back yesterday from her white water rafting camp (rich ass =D) So we decided it was the perfect opportunity to hang out. After Emma downed her Banana Chocolate Healthy shit from Starbucks, we headed out to the theatres (with Emma's brother in tow) with the intention of catching the 3:45 "Batman- The Dark Knight" show.
Just for starters i'd like to point out that IT IS FREAKING HOT here in Toronto. According to the weather network it's 30 degrees, but feels like 38 with the humidex. I'm baking here in our apartment; no air conditioning, top floor at a busy intersection, only 4 fans and every window open, it's still not enough. When the weather is this muggy i tend to get very irritable. Simple things like dropping something or getting my ipod headphones tangled, and i'm cursing and crying like a 4 year old. I went to bed early last night; my room is actually the coolest room in the house, and it's still almost unbearable. I had 3 fans pointed at me and the window wide open (my mom insisted that was a gateway for rapists, but i didn't care, at least the room was a few degrees cooler), and the heat that my laptop gives off doesn't make things better, so no blogging yesterday, even though i had quite the adventure to blog about. It's old news now, and it'll be hard to rant about it with the same passion as i would have had yesterday; and i'm pretty much over it. Let's just say i've lost all faith in Rogers "pay as you go", Go transit, and even a few friends of mine.
Well i have to say i'm glad i could get that first post out of the way. I recently found out that a few people i know actually read my blog. I don't know what i was expecting; generally when you write something and post it on the internet, it is accessible by millions of people. Could i possibly expect my blog to go by completely unnoticed?
So what should a creative, quirky blogger say in a situation like this?