can i just say that washington is really pretty in july? can i say that? well, to be fair, i’ve only seen it in july (and only from the 23rd to the 28th, so far). there was a bridge we crossed over an area called deception pass. yeah.
i’m on a submarine base with the biggest aircraft carriers i’ve ever seen (i’ve never seen aircraft carriers in person before).
also, i’ve been drinking a lot of hot chocolate lately due to jose having hoarded about twenty packets in his backpack. the first night we drank them, i ended up spilling a cup on my shirt, and the next night jose pulled a comforter out from under me, so i spilled another cup. the first shirt i washed immediately, but i decided to leave the second one so it looks like i spilled a cup of hot chocolate on it.
the hotels i’ve been in the past two nights have had giant refrigerators. full-size refrigerators. i don’t know why, because i can’t imagine people would do a large amount of shopping for things that they could keep in there (given that the only thing to cook it in is a microwave [that’s on top of the fridge]). also, there’s a recliner (a giant recliner).
this is a really bad post; i’m sorry.
Washington was so boring to me, I don’t want to go back for a while
Whenever I’m walking anywhere and am listening to music, or am not listening to music, basically anytime I’m walking next to a parked car, I always get tricked by eyes thinking that the car is backing up. That shit freaks me out so much and it happens ALL DA THYME MANG. But now I’m in LA and don’t really care. What I do care about is that BUFF CASTLE is opening on August 1st and all I know is that Molly and I better bounce over there to pay a warm welcome and buy tons of crazy junk n’ stuff