I'm sorta starting to feel it. Yesterday was my grad party as well as two others, and all I've gotta say is I'm so incredibly thankful for the people in my life. The first pangs of nostalgia and sentiment (for which I've been waiting since school let out) finally struck me while reading the guestbook late at night. I stayed at a friend's for a while playin' volleyball and all that, and afterwards a few of us went over to the front yard and just kinda sat in a circle 'neath the night sky and just sang some old sings in 4-part harmony. It was pretty nice. And then on the way home 'Closing Time' played on the radio and it was just the least fearful I have felt in a very long time.
Wednesday morning I'm leaving for Boston and hanging around for a few days, which should be pretty nice considering I'm gonna live there and I haven't even visited. I got quite a few nice things for my birthday and graduation, among them some pretty nice noise-reducing headphones so those should be pretty useful on the plane. Afterwards it'll be my first time riding a train in the States, I've ridden em quite a few times in Europe and elsewhere but never around here so that should be interesting.
And why on earth are all the new blog commenting systems so ridiculously complicated? It used to be so easy to just add an identifier on each comment thread so that it differentiates between different posts on the same page, and ta-da. I don't need all this fancy crap. I just need comments for each individual post. That's all. Man it took me all day trying to install wordpress but I finally decided on Fusionnews so I should be good now.