Someone brought it up recently that I’ve got a certain knack for natural disasters lately, and especially for involving my friends in my adventures with copious amounts of snow, and now, rain. Currently, it is believed that I have one more bizarre weather phenomenon to encounter, so I’m fairly certain that within the next six weeks, there will be a tidal wave hit wherever I’m at, and whomever happens to be with me at the time. Coincidentally, I’ll either be in DC or celebrating the fact that I am a college graduate at some point in April.
Richmond and Tidewater folks, beware. I’m afraid its all on your shoulders.
Today, I’m blogging from the beautiful state of Connecticut. Its still chilly here, but it has stopped raining. Scarlet and I managed to make it all the way here without being swept away into the Atlantic Ocean. Barely. Oh, and Mr. Fuckwad that tried to hit me as we were driving up I-95, you fucking suck.
Somehow, Dr. Nightmare (I really need to add him to my “Cast of Characters” list) did not confer with Google and led us down the path of most rain, instead of Google’s plan to route for half of the drive outside of the rain. Dr. Nightmare is evil, truly evil. Unfortunately, I did not know this until we hit Jersey, when it finally occurred to me that we weren’t supposed to be in Jersey yet. (Jersey people, close your eyes) Is there ever a good time to be in Jersey?
That’s what I thought (and you may open your eyes again, Jersey).
Dear Scarlet, did you enjoy your shrimp? Love, Melia. P.S. MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
But, we made it to Circle’s house and are currently analyzing the world in our own quirky ways. Its awesome, and I may love it here. In theory, its even better when there is actual sun, but whatever. I’m in love, and its the love that knows no name. Once I leave here, I may be able to discuss it further, but there are things in Connecticut that have totally blown me away. Yum.
More to come!