September 7th, 2009

Almost at the End

As mentioned at least a couple times previously, I finally get to work 8 - midnight tomorrow, followed by a day off then mostly going back to closes <3 Not to say work tonight was bad (aside from Steve ending up on line by himself and thus being way too vocal about the volume and size of the orders), but I strongly prefer what things were like before Thursday. On a somewhat related note though, a weird question that came to mind while I was cleaning the dining room.

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Another non work-related but still fun to think about thing is this question. My answer right now is obviously no, but the idea of doing that is really appealing. Just the thought of going out with no destination and no reason to hurry back home is awesome to think about. When I think about it though, I see myself driving at night, all alone except for streetlights and signs along the road, with whatever music I feel like listening to blaring, and, although slightly cliched, getting lost in the moment. I have reason to believe there's something I've been putting off or suppressing for a long time, and part of the reason for that is it requires complete privacy, lest you start being asked "What's wrong?", and being in a vehicle on your own, on some random road in the dead of the night with music playing to drown out any other noise is about the closest I can think of to complete privacy.

Along the same line of thinking I have a second submission in another tab open right now titled "The Saddest Song You Ever Heard?", and I've read the comments up to one that links to two songs going by the names of "Plea from a Cat Named Virtute" and "Virtute the Cat Explains Her Departure". I started watching / listening to the first one, but only got about halfway through. I'm more or less indifferent to sad songs about people. They're sad, sure, but the two about Virtute the cat (judging by the titles, at least) seem so much moreso. Perhaps you would call me an animal empathizer, but I'll make no claims against that. If those songs are like how the titles make them sound, I don't think I'd be able to listen to them all the way through without getting emotional. Having said that, my answer (insofar as that it's an audio file) would be this. It was also on Reddit a while back, and while it isn't so much sad as creepy, it definitely is chilling.

Anyways, this entry is really starting to go the wrong way which I'm going to say is because it's quarter after 6 already, so it's time I went to bed, and then hopefully sleep in longer than 2 tomorrow afternoon~