Tuesday, March 24, 2009

thinking freely

intelligent minds, two of a kind. hallucinations of passionate nights replay in my mind. record, fast forward, play, and rewind. pause and reflect, my heart feels inclined. to pour out its contents and lay them out on the table. i only want you, no title or label. wasnt ready before, you make me willing and able. innocent dialogue converting to deep conversation. my mind didnt want this but my heart took over with persuasion. it added you and i together and brought love into the equation.


Sunday, March 22, 2009

4loco and headbands


a person, esp. of the late 1960s, who rejected established institutions and values and sought spontaneity, direct personal relations expressing love, and expanded consciousness, often expressed externally in the wearing of casual, folksy clothing and of beads, headbands, used garments, etc.

A person who opposes and rejects many of the conventional standards and customs of society, especially one who advocates extreme liberalism in sociopolitical attitudes and lifestyles.

someone who rejects the established culture; advocates extreme liberalism in politics and lifestyle

Friday, March 20, 2009

balboa park

obama & leno

Wednesday, March 18, 2009


"if society fits you comfortably enough, you call it freedom"

but what is FREEDOM? i guess everyone has their own opinion on freedom and what it is. mine is to be able to do what you want, do what makes you happy, & be who you are. period. though i think society makes us feel little when we do not conform to what the so-called norm is. what is norm? the norm is whatever society says the norm is. for example, fitting in, the friends you have, certain styles, talking a certain way, mannerisms, etc. if theres one thing i want to do in life, it is to make people realize that it is ok to be an individual and instead of looking to your right and left to see what everyone else is doing before you make a decision; look inside yourself !


damn it, we know you are both sexy. pffff; show offs!


Sunday, March 15, 2009

march madness



Friday, March 13, 2009

insomnia & fresh prince

thoughts at 330am:
*i work too much
*im only going to get 4 hours of sleep
*perception is reality
*what am i doing tonight?
*what am i going to wear today?
*i need to paint my nails
*i want coffee
*when is it going to get hot?
*i need a new book to read
*i want summer to be here!
*i should go to sleep, like NOW...


Wednesday, March 11, 2009

HS glass shattering dunk

On March 5 in Cut Bank, Mont., Isaiah Martin, a 5-foot-11 senior guard for Harlem's boys basketball team, dunked during warmups for a high school tournament game with Shelby.

There was a shower of glass as the backboard shattered.

Harlem had to forfeit the game.

According to the Montana High School Association, dunking is not allowed in pregame warmups in tournament play. If a backboard is damaged by a pregame dunk, the offending school must forfeit. The rule was put in 10 years ago.

chuck e cheese !

Saturday, March 7, 2009

this type of love

Friday, March 6, 2009


"Simplicity provides a fine line between elegance and plainness"

Can't even begin to tell you how happy I was when this movie came on TV yesterday, I must go to wal-mart and buy this movie so I can watch it everyday of my life.


SO, last night was so fun. I love all my friends because they can make any situation fun. They are positive people to be around and I love it ! I dislike when people can't turn any "boring" or "bad" situation into something enjoyable. Life is what YOU MAKE IT. You can't depend on any certain someone(s), or the environment to MAKE you happy. You have to make the best out of every situation. Anyways, moving on... I'm not smoking or drinking anymore. I am the type of person who can have fun WITHOUT having to drink or smoke, sooo I have decided to just stop. And I know it sounds like I'm a hardcore alchy and smoker, which is NOT the case. I drink on the weekends, and smoke occasionally. But I realized I don't need to do that in order to have a good time. I am trying to change my lifestyle for the better and I want to be healthy when I'm older. Its the decisions we make today that shape the rest of our lives. Every cause has an effect... remember that.

ok, thats all for now =]

<3 rmk

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

every girl

baby i got that dope shit;
now come here let me dope you
you gon' be a dope fiend
yours friends should call you dopey
tell em keep my name out they mouth
cuz they DONT KNOW ME !

love that song right now =]

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Eye Opener.

A beautiful nine-year-old girl from Southlake, Texas, got married a few days ago, in what parents said it was her final wish before she died. Jayla Cooper is suffering from late-stage leukemia, and doctors say that she only has a couple of weeks more to live. The little girl knows this and she asked her parents to do this one last thing for her. They agreed and organized a beautiful wedding for their daughter. The ceremony created a lot of buzz on the Internet, with some saying that what happened was a sin, while others expressed sympathy and compassion for the little girl.

Jayla's choice for a groom was another patient of the Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, where she is committed, and his name is Jose Griggs. He is also her best friend, and the little girl says “He is very cute. And I love him.”

“He's brighter, happier and more content with all that they go through in the hospital. She changed that, brought it all out [and] opened up a side of him I hadn't seen,” the boy's father, Lawrence Griggs, adds.

“We didn't expect to do this when she was nine years old. But she has taught us all how to love each other and to be strong,” the girl's mother, Lisa Cooper, explains. At this time, Jayla is already on morphine, to relieve her growing pains, but those who attended the beautiful ceremony confirm that they haven't seen her so happy in a very long time.

The little girl has been battling the terrible disease for two years now, but this is one of the unfair ones, and she cannot win. Within a matter of weeks, she is expected to close her eyes forever. “She's already on morphine, but I have never seen her look so good. She was shimmering,” Tina Kirkpatrick, the catering planer for the event, tells ParentDish.

On the Web, some feminist activists argue that the ceremony conveyed a wrong message, in that the highest goal of a woman's life should not be to get married. Indeed, there are those who have no heart and who only look at the practical side of things. Others have posted numerous comments on various sites, expressing their approval of the two kids and saying that the parents did well in accepting Jayla's wish. (By Tudor Vieru, Science Editor)

Monday, March 2, 2009


my focus, i lost it back there =/

Sunday, March 1, 2009