Friday, September 29, 2006

coming back

Being in Atlanta without really knowing ppl is driving me crazy. I'm coming back to my blog to tell you all about it. It has not been all boring. I've had some fun moments.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

One thing I always struggled with was being me. Being myself without apology. Of course, all things in moderation. You don't want your freedom to cause others to be bound. I hate when people do that. Get so free that they make u feel uncomfortable. It's like tone all of that down. By no means am I not myself, but I am extremely filter when I'm not around ppl who have gotten into my inner circle. I guess it's a paranoia of mine. People not being genuine and judging me. Anyway, with all of that being said. I can't keep this blog going. My blog post are bland and it's not pure as I desire

These are some pure post:

These are just a few I pick quickly. Feel free to view the archives

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Johnta Austin -

This guy has potential to be the next super star. He has written for just about everyone he names in the song.

Johnta Austin

Saturday, September 09, 2006


Playin in stereo~"triology" Kelis

Let me give an update on what's going on with me. I finally got paid today!!!! Thank goodness, but I think there is mess up on my check. Like, they paid me my bonus for signing on, but no pay for work. What's going on with that? I need to check on that. There is some potential for there to be a serious misunderstand.

Weird things about Atlanta:

  • Strangers really don't look at you. Well, not in the face...are you all Asian or something? The eyes speak volumes though, so sometimes I understand avoiding the contact. (especially, if you think someone is attractive)

  • Customer service is the worst! My friend goes in BeBe terrible. I'm like how much do u need to spend to be treated nicely around here.

  • The roads! I can't get over it! I was here a few months ago for an internship and I'm still like what the f*ck.

  • People actually duplicate the styles they see on t.v. Not only do people do them, but some of these ppl do them all wrong. I.E. the mohawk...this boy put some product in his hair and had the mohawk in the middle. I was like, is he serious. I was trying hard not to stare, because I didn't want any trouble, but I was intrigued. I wanted to pull the camera phone out and take a picture and send it to my friends.

The good things:

  • The people look nice! They dress up for just about everything. Everyone wants to be fly. It's cute, but can make u feel like "I need to step the game up"

  • The stunner shades....I love them! I want some, but I would feel like I'm trying and I DON'T TRY. I just AM.

  • There is always something to do.
I haven't been to any clubs here. Actually, I haven't been to any clubs period. It's the church boy in me. I started to go tonight (club 112 was free all night), but again, the church boy thought that wasn't a good look. I have been out since my last post. I went to dinner party at South City Kitchen. I give it a thumbs up (nice setting and good food..kinda pricey). Still don't have a social group yet, but that will come. I'm just so cautious of connecting with ppl.

Friday, August 25, 2006

Well, I have been in Atlanta for less than a week and it has been semi-eventful. My car roof fills up with water and starts falling in my back seats. Yeah, not good…my sunroof was faulty. Comcast has pissed me off to the third degree. I have to wait until Sunday to get anything from them. So, no phone, no internet, no cable…I’m like WTF. Not pleased! I just walk around my apartment complex, play solitaire, shop for stuff for my place.

I have good credit! The importance of keeping good credit has never been more obvious than now. I haven’t had to pay one deposit. I’m excited, there is a lot to do, but I can’t do much. I need to save my money. It’s a lump sum now, but it has to last for two weeks and rent will be due in a few days.

My brother from Boston was in Atlanta this weekend he helped me move. Thank God! I was seconds away from hiring some Mexicans (my uncle left to talk to them). I know SHAME ON ME, but I needed help. Others brothers came once all the moving was done. It was good to see them. We had a great time. One of them may join me in Atlanta.

Everyone check out Hill Harper book. He is a great guy! I’m impressed with this book of his. He is honest in there. For example, he admitted to catching a STD. Who would have thought? I’m using someone wireless internet, which is illegal (so I hear), so let me get off of this. Who am I foolin’? I need to catch up, because this will be disconnected tomorrow, I’m certain. Then, it will be me and Love Jones again.