It is really interesting to me how my life seems to be on 3 different circuits. Home, School, and my love life run semi-independently. Right now, though school is in full swing, home is completely paused and my relationship is in a strange stop and start since we are not always around each other.
It sort of feels like I am on the verge of getting upset about this “seeing him two times a month” thing, but I don’t want to be. I didn’t see him for four months and now I am lucky, and I know it. I guess I’m just waiting for things to be the way they used to, and thinking about it too much does not help anything. I’m just holding my breath so when I finally get to breathe, it’s going to be a relief.
It’s always strange to be away from home since things still happen there, but I don’t get to experience it. I just hear about it, eventually. My grandparents are getting old, and I wish I could help out with taking care of them.
Last but not least is, school. I am so happy to be back. I am being a little lazy at the moment, but I am honestly alarmingly happy to see everyone, do real design work and be in Pittsburgh. Let’s just hope I come up with a good independent study, find a place to live next year, and get an internship.
So, last year Nathan and I watched the first season of the Walking Dead. I am not really into that sort of thing, but I didn’t hate it and Nathan liked it so it was fine. By the end of the show, though I noticed an issue with the premise of the show.
There should not be that many zombies. First of all, let’s say there started out with a few zombies. When those zombies found people, they ate them so no new zombies would be made. The only way new zombies are made is when people get bit, but not eaten. Sure, some people could get away, but I think it is unlikely that millions of people got bit and escaped, only to return as zombies. It may be that the human race was too stupid to figure out how zombies were made until millions got infected. If that’s the case, I am disappointed with us.
Therefore, I am no longer watching this show.