Thursday, October 7, 2010

Key words...loner, halloween, coffee, virginity

Rarely do I find myself disappointed in someone. I’m sure it has something to do with the fact I’m a loner. I love being alone. Don’t get me wrong. I love to socialize too. One of my hobbies is getting to know random people. Coffee shops is the best place for this and since I often have my computer and school books out, “What are you studying?” is the typical open liner. Highlight of any boring study day.

I've decided it’s all about what we want from someone that determines how disappointed in them we can be. If I don’t want anything from you, how then can you let me down? You really can’t.

As Halloween is coming up at my dance studio I decided that I need to go costume shopping. It gets tricky when you have to find something you can dance in. Last year I was real brilliant. I went as a ballroom dancer. Yep. That was my creative mind at work.

Oh! And I've recently dyed my hair. Honestly, I feel like my hair lost its virginity. It's a bittersweet thing. Sometimes I can't remember what I looked like before. I turned it espresso! I decided that I loved coffee so much I could no longer just drink it, I needed the color in my hair too. My hair looks almost black and I love it.

I think you should go dye your hair.



  1. I have never dyed my hair either and I'm dying (hahaha) to. I don't know whether to go lighter or darker though. I guess darker for winter. I think I'm too nervous to go through with it're brave!

  2. LOL! You should totally go darker! I know what you mean, I was scared the whole time until I saw myself...and then I was like, "Oh! Nice!" Let me know if you do decide too. =)

  3. Mew, mew....First of all, I know what you mean, I like being a loner too, I don't want to get married till I'm older, maybe 30ish. Second of all, I'm so in love with Halloween; it's almost as important to me as Christmas is to a lot of people. Third of all, I've been considering dying a purple streak in my hair for a long time- this post might be the final prompt.
    Yours Truly, Lucille.