Hey everyone, hows it going?
I'm pretty awesome. Things have been really good lately.
Yesterday was one of the best days ever.
I worked from 2-6, which sucked, but I only had like ten customers, maybe. So, i made about 20 dollars so that's cool. I seriously need to find a new job soon though.
Then, I came home and changed, and went to the Treehouse show. That was so much fun. I loved how it was so diversified. The bands that played were xThe Effortx, Me and Him Call it Us, O'Brother, Joshuas Ghost, and Any Given Moment. Every band was different, so you had everything from indie, experimental, oldschool hardcore, and all that. It was so much fun, and I saw so many of my friends there. It was great.
Then, Froggy and John spent the night at my house and were up until like, four just hanging out, eating fake meat, and dancing to OUTBREAK in my room. It was so much fun.
And then today, we all went to church and ate at Poblanos for lunch, which has the best bean burritos, like, ever. Stop reading my livejournal and go eat some right now.
So, as you may remember, I posted a "To Do List" a few entrys back. Well, here's an update on how things are going (all in order):
-Still havnt baught tickets to the Casualties yet, sadly.
-I got things worked out with Pet Co. and the Society of Humane Friends helped so much and a couple of girls from my club went and helped with the dogs.
-I've been taking pictures here and there, practicing for French Club somewhat.
-I've picked up applications for Payless Shoes, Barnes and Nobel, and plan on calling Meyers Group today or tomorow sometime, and also possibly applying at the Hot Topic in Gwinnett Mall.
-I'm working my best to get better at my work ethic. I try to have my homework done as fast and correct as possible, and try my hardest to apply myself at my school work. I'm still not there though.
-My dad got me signed up for the next SAT.
-Still no progress with my liscense...but I promise I'm working on it!
-Froggy fixed my back breaks on my bike last night.
-John found a place that he's thinking about working up to buying and making in a soup kitchen for Food Not Bombs and a venue.
-I'm trying my hardest to stay away from sodas, but it's not easy at all.
-I'm having a daily quiet time, and avoiding sin and temptation as much as possible, and I try hard to be positive and nice to everyone I come into contact with. Please continue praying for me though.
-Uhm, yeah...still eating too much Taco Bell.
-The appeal letter is written, just not sent yet.
So, over all, I'd say I'm doing pretty decent, eh?
Well, I don't have much to say, so I'll leave you with www.veganoutreach.org and some awesome lyrics.
Animal lovers, vandals, hooligans, cranks; recognise the labels?
They say we don't care about human beings.
We say all sentient beings, animal or human
have the right to live, free from pain, torture and suffering.
They say because we are human and speak the same, we matter more.
Is our pain and suffering any greater or lesser than that of animals?
Human v. animal rights
is as much a prejudice as black v. white or the nazis versus the jews an
affront to our freedom.
Vivisection is a violation of human beings, the same as it is for animals.
We have a chemical world built on a pile of drugs to thanks for their
Drugs are designed for profit, manufactured to suppress symptoms.
Human freedom, animal rights.
It's one struggle, one fight.
When animal abuse is stopped then human abuse will soon stop also,an attitude of mind.
"An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind".
Start by protecting the weak, the defenceless,animals,the sick,the disabled.
Compassion and emotion are our most important safety values.
If we lose them,then 'we lose' the vitality of life itself.