Diary Of A Mad Chaos
Well, I just read the poetry I wrote at the start of this month and I have accomplished nearly half of my monthly resolutions. The physical aspects I am yet to encounter but emotionally I am intact and loving it.
I love life, for no reason really but I just love it.
I have so many things to account for in my life, yet so much to do, but life gives me the things I love to do, and that’s why life is special.
Tatton Comes Over
Right now I am listening to Michael Jackson’s History album. Today I was doing much the same thing.
I sat at home today waking up around 2:00 pm by a call from Tatton wanting to come over. I played computer for a while with Tatton and then I read the book of Anatomy and had a shower, brushed my teeth, ate a bit of food, and the usual.
I don’t not like anyone now. I let anyone come over and be my friend and companion. But Jett and Tatton and all the others that I used to be friends with, we somehow died off, and became acquaintances instead.
I rang Keith but it seems nothing is going on tonight and I don’t know if Tarina is there tonight. If she is there then she might be interested in me because she does not usually come down. Now she comes down regularly. I hope she does like me because I like her.
I kind of feel slack for doing the deed on Rory but if I didn’t do it then he would just do it again against me. I only feel bad about hitting him and getting the fear out of him, otherwise he deserved all he got.
I don’t think I’m going to miss out on much tonight because it is raining. If Tarina came out tonight then I will be missing out on a lot.
Tomorrow I might be starting up gym depending on how I feel on the day, and if I am ready mentally and physically. I also have to book an L’s lesson tomorrow. I also have to look some jobs up from the paper. I might have to make up a regimen for tomorrow’s hectic day. If I don’t go out with the rest of them then I might go to sleep earlier today.
Diary Of A Mad Chaos is a daily diary written from March 1996 until 2018, of which individual books and book series have been created, namely “The Lost Years” an exploration of young, entwined love, the “Wubao In China (猎艳奇缘)” book series which provides an extensive comparative analysis of the cultural differences between Eastern and Western societies, and the book titled “Foreigner (华人)” an exploration of race relations in Australia.