Friday, October 21, 2005

Eat me, I'm done.

I got a 95% on my paper in Philosophy (time to start slacking now) and I treated myself to a new Nicole Miller wallet. Life is good again. For now. I've just surpassed my first of five midterms. I hope I can pull through by the end of the next three weeks.

A couple of my friends (from class) and I have been tossing around ideas about working for a real estate lawyer my friend knows in Markham next summer. It sounds promising. I told them I'd only work in Markham if it was a double-digit hourly rate and it'd likely be that way. I don't think I could do the 3-hour commute 4 towns over so perhaps I'll uproot and move to the land of the yellow. Ugh, do I really want to?

I've thrown around the idea of moving four towns away and wondered if I could do it. I'd miss out on so much, especially with my friends. And I don't think I could fare on my own over in Markham. Too much asian, not enough diversity if you ask me (although cheap groceries would be easily accessible). I need white, brown and black in addition to yellow. Nice place to visit, lousy place to live. Not to mention housing must be cha-ching over there. I think I'll sit on this a little longer, but it's still fun to dream about it.

*sigh. I'm so bored on a Friday night listening to the Pussycat Dolls CD.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

NOOOOO lil dont move away... how will we randomly call you out?? i mean, u mite get shot up in there. wat if u get beef with the vietnamese? haha. well, im not gonna stop u from livin ur life, hard to think about it tho...

Kathy said...

What that person said.

But yeah...I likely won't be coming home this anyways summer if things go the way I 'want'. Stupid Waterloo, and general stupidness! Man I'm gonna miss you guys so much during the summer.

But if you go...can you come back weekends?

Lil said...

Aww, it's nice to be missed. :p
Would I come back on weekends? Perhaps. Markham isn't as far as Waterloo.
I've actually looked up rental listings in Markham and downtown Toronto. It is indeed cha-ching.