Didn't ask for a dime...

Weird mood today. :/

But I was thinking...Maybe I should be a psychologist. Because I find myself wanting to know everything about people's lives. I don't know what it is. I just...want to understand everyone. What is their family background? What obstacles in their life have they faced to make them the way they are now? How do they function in relationships; family&romantic?

I dunno. I really like making observations of people and analyzing them. In a non-creepy way I promise. People are just so interesting, and I feel like I have a pretty mature perspective on life and a good understanding of people.

In college, I need to learn how to be more outgoing. I mean, I know that I am already, but I probably need to be nicer in general and not judge people so much. It's not that I'm mean, I just avoid getting to know people sometimes based on preconceived notions.

Anyway, I got my "senior pictures" taken today. It was really stressful because I forgot it was happening until this morning so I ended up not having very well planned attire. The photographer wasn't very good either :/. Not very creative at all. The experience was just. Not what I wanted. And then we were there forever looking through the pictures she took, deciding which ones we wanted to keep, unprepared, most not artistic or attractive, 400 dollars. The whole affair was just very depressing.

I'm excited to be done with Pride and Prejudice in English and to move on to Ordinary People.

Should I be an English teacher, psychologist, journalist, author, music teacher?


Natalie Jane said…
You guys are going to read Ordinary People? I watched that one time on AMC...most depressing movie ever. So...good luck with that...if that is what you're doing.
I thought about being a psychologist. So did Robbie. But then Robbie really did it and I decided I would just cry too much if I was one. I feel everything too much. But maybe you'd be good at it. Take a class. :)

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