12.15.2009

after some reflection i have concluded that i am glad to be out of cupertino. as cool as cupertino is, i'm glad to be away from academic stress and pressure and busyness and fake/lukewarm christians at church and burnt-out-ness from the same group of 10 people at yg doing everything to run things. i'm glad to be out of this place where you can't get anywhere conveniently without a car and its so easy to waste time either cramming something for school or vegetating afterwards. nothing meaningful gets done. theres nothing to do here because everyone's like gahhh omgggg finalssss and you cant do anything without a car and license anyway and everyones too busy going gahhhh omggg finalssss to get their licenses. anyway. its a diff feel. that was exaggerated. but you get the point. sorry to all cupertino fans. its a nice place to live but i have tasted better. and sorry but the winter weather is so dank and gloomy here that i cant even wake up in the morning and i feel like doing nothing all day and its so cold all the time. and its lonely. my nearest friends live too far away to just drop by and say hi for 15 min cuz i'm bored. ive been spoiled. AND theres no food to just grab anytime i'm hungry. AND there's no cleaning done by custodians.

anyway. i have figured out the mystery why people graduate from afc and go to college and dont come back to hoc5 afterwards. its because there's no college ministry at hoc5. theres no college students. you're stuck between the youth and young adults and its awkward cuz you're not sure where to go for sunday school or fellowship or anything for that matter. so there you have it.


mental playlist: here in your presence (new life worship)

7 comments:

  1. HA! still young and adventurous are you now? cupertino is a good place to settle down though, once you get old.

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  2. Come on, there is a lot of foods, snack, and fruits somewhere in refridge/house/yard, that you actually don't want to grab. No complaints on foods.

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  3. ahhahaha. thats funny. maybe i should raid the fridge since she doesnt.

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  4. hey cheerio, want to come for dinner tomorrow night? i can pick you up on the way home. You will feel better once other afc graduates are home by the end of this week.
    j

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  5. This post is either to make one gloom over cupertino more, or give more incentive to pray for cupertino's spiritual welfare. and depending which option is chosen, the people who have tasted better can either run away or take action.

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  6. Much prayer is needed.
    For cupertino, for monta vista, for afc, for the water walker reunion.

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  7. sorry i realize that post sounded like whiney complaints. i didnt mean it that way. i dont hate cupertino. i meant it when i said its a nice place to live. i meant "i'm glad to be out of cupertino" in a positive sense, like you might say i'm glad to wake up this morning. sleep is sweet but waking is better. you know? but yeah, at least the first part i meant a neutral observational way, like oh, gray carpet doesnt stain as easily as white carpet. but i admit the last part after "i have tasted better" was just complaining.

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