Just hit him with a baseball
So who knew that drama could be so prevalent outside of this high school soap opera...
In the baseball world, emotions are hurt everyday. Let's say you have a certain Michael Barrett who gets hit by the ball - 5 innings later, his feelings are still hurt. Thus, the Cubs pitcher decides to seek revenge and hits the next batter. Or... when a particular Carlos Zambrano lets a homer slip from his fingers (literally) and then decides to hit him on the next time he's up. Man... and you'd think this only existed in our own lives.. drama is EVERYWHERE.
I think only a few things can be done without drama - brushing one's teeth and ... well, maybe that's it. Maybe I'm just being dense or insensitive, but this dramatic stuff is really getting to me. I'm kinda glad that last year I was just either too ignorant or too dense of all this drama... but this year, it has slapped me across the head more times than I would've liked. But oh well, what can you do. Just keep swimming, swimming swimming....
Anyway, school's been okay. Less homework, but more college work =/ All that's left now is that personal statement... and I got a kewl idea while watching Cribs inbetween Cubs innings, haha, so there we go.
I really like the lyrics from this song though --
I heard about your regrets.
I heard that you were feeling sorry.
I heard from someone that you wish you could set things right between us.
Well I guess I should have heard of them from you.
I guess I should have heard of them from you.
Point: Honesty is the best policy.