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So it was a strange WTT this year. People were so nice to me, and ah did some socializing.. it was wonderful. (^*^) Would've liked to been able to get around more, but y'know.. the other years when have moved around the whole camp all the time, didn't end up sticking in one spot and socializing as much, mya.

Am very out of balance, though.. didn't have nearly enough water, and my diet was very put off. Lots of toaster pastries and granola bars and things.. too much starch and sugars and things. Feeling all bloated.. mya

Need strict diet schedule and lots of water.. time for meditation to help clear out the clogs and things, mya. Have through Friday to start learning trigonometry for the ACT Saturday morning, mrr.

Apparently my 'Kin- type is very apparent, and was just never aware of this until now. (^*^); Several people have now made comments as to how glaringly obvious it is.. ee, had no idea. Have never had people to look at me and see what they see, mya? Am always very curious both how other people see me, and how they perceive the universe, to compare with my own perceptions, and just for a general sense of wonder, as well as some confirmation, mya?

The way ah see it, there are reasons we have certain ideas in our minds. Sometimes it's a matter of cultural / social tradition. Ideas that are passed down to people. Sometimes not.. and those are the ones that interest me. Especially when there are some common ideas between people, ideas they came up with on their own without direct or closely indirect influence.

In theory, we don't know what the universe is like. We are incapable by material means of witnessing the universe as a whole, and can only base our views on a variety of perceptions. We have no idea just how far our perception reaches, what kinds of things may influence us in total.. just how much information we actually receive from the world around us, and in what ways. So to see many people come up with very similar ideas in a totally independent fashion is very interesting to me. (^*^) It makes me consider the possible validity of those concepts.

Darn.. am rambling. Will have to work on the cleaning process, mya. Also need to get a piece of paper out of my dirty pants with some contact info and stuff on it. Add people to buddy list and things.

Am very grateful to the people that have been kind to me.. they give me gifts, and talk to me, and treat me with such kindness and respect. Am not used to that.. is a strange thing. People taking a liking to me, and acting out of spontaneous kindness. Inviting me to visit them, giving me little trinkets and hugs and scritches and laughs and conversations.. is everything I want from life, mrr. And am just not sure quite how to react when this happens.. (^*^); But am very grateful.. and very much do intend to visit people. Hopefully, we can make it happen, mya?

All right.. this is mostly a 'Ya, here, we are back from the trip' post. Will post again when have more mental clarity.. (^*^)' Night night.


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Jun. 8th, 2004 02:51 am (UTC)
is lissa/liz..
i know you didn't give me this name, but since i stumbled onto it, i wanted to say hi.. i won't read your journal or anything without your permission.. i just really wanted to say it was nice to meet you, and spend some time with you this weekend..

Jun. 8th, 2004 12:15 pm (UTC)
Ooo, yay.. (^*^) Gonna add you too my friends list, okay? And of course you can read my journal, silly. (^*^) :scritchy:
Jun. 8th, 2004 10:34 pm (UTC)
*clapclaps* yay!

*whispers* yay..

Jun. 8th, 2004 09:16 am (UTC)

Glad you're back in one piece. Stay in touch, we do periodic NYC gathers and you're invited...
Jun. 8th, 2004 12:18 pm (UTC)
Thankies very muchly. (^*^) Still have to grab that piece of paper with emails and things on it.. would be good to see you guys! Have to try and make the trip sometime, maybe towards end of summer?
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