Tuesday, September 13, 2011

I think I just died a little bit inside...

A couple days ago I bought a new Final Fantasy game for my DS (I know this must sound soo exciting to all of you, but I promise the story gets better) and with this kind of game, I often go of on little phases of crazy when all I want to do is play this game. Not eat dinner, not bathe, not go downstairs periodically to make sure my whole family is still alive, NOT NOTHING.

So I was having one of these..uh...episodes, and I was laying in bed at a perfectly relaxed heart rate, when completely out of no where my heart starts pounding really fast and really strongly for about ten beats, then goes back to normal. I still have no idea what it was. 

If I had died from this....that would have been one amazing horror movie plot; someone dies while playing a game, and a legend starts around that everyone that almost wins the game dies! Man, I should write movies. 

And just because this post is, so far, very paragraph-y and dreadful, here's a picture of what I looked like after my friend Allynn made the mistake of giving me coffee in the morning-

See guys, coffee can cause baldness. 

As if my near-Final Fantasy-death wasn't enough terror to experience for one week, I get to have another heart attack tomorrow when I audition for a drama thing (I don't really have many details on it because I just found out today. Darn, late school announcements!) and then again on Monday I'll be auditioning for the school musical which I also just found out about today. 

For the musical I need to have a one minute monologue and 30 seconds of a song from the 60's 70's, or 80's.   I'm going to sing the bridge and first verse of Can't Buy Me Love by the Beatles. I'm not sure what monologue I'm doing though because all the ones free on the internet are either stupid, or made for elderly men. 

If anyone actually read all of this, I would love a comment. I can't stand feeling like I write all of this stuff for it to just sit here and suffer a slow, digital death with no one to keep them company but their 32 adorable but creepy digital cats. 


Always,
Abby Noel 


11 comments:

Miss Cortni said...

There's actually a lot of really good monologues on the internet - search harder! and good luck with the audition!!

- missshesaid.blogspot.com <3

Jamie said...

Good luck! I love reading your blog (especially since we're about the same age) and my 32 digital cats and I are all rooting for you!

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Hazel said...

Oh good luck! I don't think I'd have the courage to do that, then again I can't act or sing to save my life lol!

Raz Darnell said...

*handraise* I read the whole thing. And I should be showering and getting ready to take on the world or otherwise go about my business and act like an adult/college student. But you've distracted me with your fantastic hilariosity (made up that word). Thanks :)

Addman said...

I think that heart condition is called "Gamer's Anxiety". A million nerds were diagnosed with this affliction when Aeris died.

Anonymous said...

hey abby, do you know what the musical is gonna be this year?

NDEG said...

Hey, I really love the stuff that you write. Maybe you could check out mine and you could make a guest post!
http://www.ndeg.me/

Nathan

Abbynoel24 said...

@Raz- I'm glad I could help :)
@Addman- I think you might be right...
@That one anonymous person- No, I don't know what it is, the drama teacher hasn't told us, but we have a theory that it might be either bye bye birdie or grease
@NDEG- Sounds fun! I'll take a look right when I have some time to spare...I'm writing this while my dinner is cooking in the microwave :)

And everyone else- Thanks for all the good lucks! I don't think I did all that great yesterday, but auditions continue tomorrow, so I'll have a chance to redeem myself!

Scarlet Brier Rose said...

Just a note: I exist... and I read.

ishashime said...

hey, i read your blog. haha. good luck on those auditions. :)

 
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