Friday, June 5, 2009

This is for all of you faithful readers out there, you know what your IP's are.

I have a new persona.
I drive around in my car, sitting on a pillow in my Simple shoes listening to the Samples, Fleet Foxes, and Woody Guthrie. I utilize my immense scarf collection (Thank you Forever21). I colorfully shape my life into that of someone beyond recognition ( Everything is fine, all the time, and if something isn't fine to someone else, I feel that they are making a big deal out of nothing).
It's nice being an island. I have three locks as means to keep people out. The downside is that I lose my keys a lot (remind you of anyone I idolize?). I lose my keys and that is bad because I can't even get into where I need to be. I can't get out of where I don't want to be and that is worse yet. The problem should be resolved in due time. I have made four new copies.

Everything is chill. You need to relax.

Someone help me, It has been three days. I can't keep up this pretending. If you tell me to just "be yourself Kerrie", I may laugh. Is there anyone who knows how to "be yourself". I'll try, but I am not making any promises. How could I?

I better stop I am getting all Gabriel Marcel-ish (One of the forerunners in existentialist thought) on you. I don't like him, so we can't have that now can we?


  1. You know my IP? Dang. I guess I'll stop checking your blog 20 times a day...*hides in shame*.
    Yeah I hate it when people tell me to be myself. I haven't found myself yet. So for now I take bits and pieces of other people and mold it into someone I want to be each day.
    We need to go to Forever 21 together soon...

  2. Sarcasm Warning (This is rare, therefore treasure it) :

    I was walking along the crumbling sidewalk with my dog, and you'll never guess who I found, myself! I was just standing there by the bus stop about 83rd and Nall. I introduced myself to myself and it didn't go over so well. Lo, I have finally found myself ... at last ... it's an awful shame that we don't get along at all.

    "Wherever you go, there you are."

    I think I should rest now.