scarlet's walk (kisstheviolets) wrote,
scarlet's walk

I had a great birthday yesterday, I got some great presents, including enough money so that I can go to Sydney in January! Yeah! I can't wait to get over there - 4 months to go. I'm so happy that it's finally happening - I'm just dying to meet Angela. Who knows, maybe one day I'll even have enough money to go over to America to visit Adrie, or to Bangkok to visit Betty.

My whole family surprised me after uni by taking me out for tea at my Chinese restaurant, and my neighbours came over later on that night. I got some lovely online cards from my special friends - and check out this page that Betty made for me - she is *such* a special friend, and I love her so much! I got to talk to both her and Adrie online last night, which just added that special touch to my special day.

But anyway, I don't want to talk too much about my birthday - I feel like it'll take away some of the magic.

I *still* have no idea who's coming to my party on Saturday night. Everyone I've talked to - well, a lot of people - are not sure if they'll come or not - I guess with parties most people never know until about 5 minutes before hand if they'll go or not. Why should this one be any different?

I went up to Sarah's college after an afternoon of shopping after uni today, and we stayed there for about 40 minutes while Sarah finished up some work. I named her's and her friend Christina's computers - Bob and George, respectively. I started writing a story about Bob and George and their lives after hours in the college classroom, and Sarah and Christina and their teacher, Carol (she's pretty cool) just loved it. I've yet to think of an ending for it. It was nice, to just sit down for 5 minutes and write a story that people found funny - just a few minutes of inspiration. Usually it takes me so long to think of something to write - but maybe it's best not to think about what I'm writing. Maybe it's more natural like that? I don't know. But it's nice to know that people outside of the internet appreciate what I'm writing!

...And Sarah and I are still mad at the guys (ie, Russell and Ian) for ditching us at the show on Saturday. We're considering getting new friends.

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