The best way to spend a Friday night is to chill in Wendy’s , blogging on my iPod touch. You know you have a social life when this is a highlight in your day. I kill time doing this about one day a week. All this pondering time can, surprisingly, make your life with a high percent of amusment. I often find this time filled with daydreams of numerous situations that could happen in my future or that could happen in a reality where anything is possible. I contemplate my plan to survive the zombie apocolyse, what I would do if I actually was a social person, and even what my life would be like if I could transform in to a cat( I would be a black one btw.)Speaking of cats, I am a huge fan of cats. I own one, have owned them all mug life, and probably always own one. They like me too. I always walk up to stray cats that I see and meow at them. Following this they usually aproach me and I pet them. I actually have an interesting story on one of these occurances. One day as my friends and I walked to the park at school during lunch we passed a stray black cat (at least we assumed it was stray). I proceeded with my normal see-stray-cat routine and my friends joined me in petting it. As we left it to continue on our trek to the park, it followed us. It tried to be as inconspicuous as possible in stalking us but seriously failed. It would keep following on the opposite side of hedges then come out to see if it was still with us , oy for us to almost trip over it. This cat followed us all the way to the park and even sat with us all through lunch. It only finally left when some of our other friends from school came up to pet it before leaving for the school 5 minutes before us. It wasn’t until later that we heard that this cat folowed uthem all the way back to the school, ditched them to meet some OTHER of my friends who fed him a chip. (That was actually a coincidence because earlier that lunch when we first met the cat I had stated that I wished I had a chip tofeed to it). I officially love that cat, and I hoe I meet it again someday. I named him Einstein.
Einstein the Cat