Creepy

Tuesday 24th February 2004 - 10:59:52 PM

Alrighty, I know this is blog and not xanga, and I’ve come to a decision that I like blog better. You know why? Because my peers don’t know about it! Muahaha. Only a selcet few know about it and my brother’s friends (that I’ve never met, so thats cool). I feel absolutely no pressure writting here. So YAY GO BLOG! Here’s a recent entry on my xanga site to further my feelings on xanga.

Ok, so, I’m back to creepy. Yup, you just can’t deny the truth. I talked to atleast four people who I had started to tell some anecdote to, and they already knew about it! “Yeah, I read it on your xanga” AHHHH!!!! CREEPY! I just don’t think I like it. I don’t know who knows about my life and who doesn’t. And anyone that already knows, I have to think of new things to talk about with them, and you know what, I just don’t have the time. And then my little story is interrupted, when actually they probably haven’t even heard the whole story. In fact I know they haven’t heard the whole story cause I only typed part of the story. There is so much more they could have known about if they had just let me gone from beginning to end. I mean, when I type, I usually just type the main subject, but I then I get bored with writing about that subject, so I don’t go into details and move on. For example, I mentioned that I am unable to attend ComeySportz camp this summer, but I never mentioned anything about how I had already saved enough money to go on the trip. How excited I was to see the people I had met and hung out with last year. I never mentioned that I was still emailing people from camp, and we had been talking about who was planning to go again this year. I also didn’t mention how grateful I was that the Castro people let me hang out with them, or that the teachers taught me so much and gave me confidence. I failed to mention that I really wanted to tell James (asst. director of camp) about my failures and triumphs of singing this year and how his “nobody cares about you” really helped the most. I also won’t get to spend those few extra days with my brother. It was going to be so much fun, and now I have to miss it. See? Now don’t you wish you had talked to me instead of just getting the gist of what was going through my head? Not only is my reader gypped, but so am I. I totally and completely miss their reaction, whether it’s a hardy laugh or a comforting, “yeah I know how you feel” nod. And it’s not like any of you leave comments to give me any feed back. So here I am thinking, nobody read my latest entry, and you all did, you creepy mc-creepsters! And I’m not saying stop reading, cause I know that these things do hold some good value. Especially if the person is not near. I truly enjoy reading my brother’s blog, because I still feel connected to him, and heck, I feel special when I’m mentioned because it means he still thinks of me. And xanga did allow me to find an old friend, though hasn’t emailed me yet *cough*Cong*cough* But hey, it’s all good. So, sorry all you xanga hopefuls, I’m back to creepy.

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  1. Red/Brian

    Ha HA. Movable type wins again! When this Xanga craze fades away in a year or so, blogs will still be going strong. Remember that.

    Comment left on February 25, 2004 @ 8:12 pm

  2. ug

    would it creep you out if, let’s say, a hypothetical person that you’ve never met was printing out your every blog and keeping them in a brown manilla folder with “KELSEY” written on it with a red marker? and this hypothetical person reads them over and over every night until he can fall asleep. huh?

    Comment left on February 26, 2004 @ 5:11 pm

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