||[Sep. 7th, 2008|10:23 pm]
Yay for school. class at 9 30 so i can chill early on. I'ma just work out before class. I'll prolly end up playing TF2 during the day, unless i get a hw assignment... which is a really big possibility since we missed a whole week. SHIT. oh well.
Just relaxing as of late, kinda nervous cause I might have inadvertently messed up something really important for my dad. Hope not. Needa go to the store fridge is so empty. Just really feeling content. The filming of the movie has me excited hopefully it can all go on smoothly. I REALLY wanna see the end result, I'll just have to wait.
Blue remains loyal and true not matter what it do :P The "wrongs" of before came forth, proving to be a fallacy. For those same "wrong" doings are that of black. Black hazed blue for those actions and scolded him for behaving in such a manner. Since then Black demeaned blue, sure that he was better than him in every shape and shade. Black could not bare the presence of him. He loathe his existence so much he plotted to destroy blue. Of non violent nature he concluded his revenge would be best exacted trough exploited Blues loyalty. Black manipulated and deceived Blue into thinking that his color was not desired and that the only way it could shine is if black is there as well. Blue went on believing his worth lied only within Black and that without Black he would disappear. Hundreds of years progressed where blue remained downtrodden until the golden raven spoke of the truth that Blue was most adorned by the sheep that ruled the town. Blue was appalled at the tomfoolery that Black was carousing amongst the sea urchins. Though much of his time and efforts were wasted on Black's teachings he had no malice toward him. However for reasons unknown to blue, black chose to vanish. Could it be shame that drove him away, or could it be his own selfishness and constant need for attention and gratification. Blue will never know the reasons as to why black flees from him. Yet he continues to chase him merely to ask "why"
Word of the day
"preaching a certain belief or way of life, but not, in fact, holding these same virtues oneself"-- so true.