(TM Agagooga)

It's very hard to blog after more than a week away. I'm not talking about a week spent sans internet access or while on vacation in a foreign country. Just away.

For starters, what do I blog about? Do I write about all the things I did (boring! and outdated) or all the blogs I read (er, refer to this blog's sidebar)? Alternatively, I could write about all the things that I haven't done yet, but we all know what a procrastinator I am, so we could still be here by the time July rolls around.

Of course, I could always channel The Straits Times and report on the painfully obvious, e.g. the following highlights from my last couple of weeks:
  • "Orchard Road overwhelmed by GSS shoppers" (GSS = Great Singapore Sale)
  • "Temperature rises to high of 33ºC for the third day in a row"
  • "Teenagers send their friends up to 100 SMSes a day" (which isn't too far off from today's Digital Life story about how teenagers might be getting addicted to instant messaging --- the horror!)
  • "Singaporeans call on Govt for more help"
  • "Govt calls on people for more feedback"
But the real news is that I'm vibrating at a high frequency.
Kirsten: Vibrating at a high frequency?
Summer: Lynn Grabhorn, Excuse Me Your Life Is Waiting. Human beings have an electrochemical currency running through us, which is affected by our emotions. When you are feeling happy or joyful, that current or energy is vibrating at higher frequency than when you are feeling sad or angry at, let's say, Seth Cohen. When you're vibrating at a higher frequency, the more likely you are to attract happy people than when you are vibrating at a low, sad, bitter-at-Cohen frequency. It's the law of attraction in physics.
"The Distance", The O.C.
So now you know that I've been ODing on The O.C. (there oughta be a law against saying that) and that Summer is my favourite character. Are you disturbed yet? I know I am.


At 6/14/2005 11:38 am , Blogger ampulets said...

haha, i confess too that j and i have just finished watching the entire 2nd season...i would like to say it's just for the clothes (seth cohen's vintage/geek style and marissa has such pretty blouses), but really it's for that bagel guillotine in the kitchen. i am ashamed.

At 6/14/2005 1:23 pm , Blogger ampulets said...

I am not. Life's not quite the same without O.C. Season 3, chop chop! - the other half of ampulets. :)

At 6/14/2005 9:21 pm , Blogger Cowboy Caleb said...

Here's my cure for procrastination. I tell my gf I need to do something and she will nag at me until I do it.

At 6/15/2005 12:58 am , Blogger NARDAC said...

Gawd... at least you didn't say Kirsten. Kirsten sucks.

Personally, my fav. is Sandy... followed very closely by Julie.

At 6/16/2005 4:54 am , Blogger Tym said...

ampulets --- Glad I'm not alone in my evil O.C. obsession. I finished season 2 too! Have you seen the TVWear site for it? Reel-style.com was better, but the site seems to be down.

Cowboy Caleb --- Terz is no help; he also procrastinates a lot!

Nardac --- Actually, I quite like Kirsten too ... and Julie totally grows on you (like fungus).


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