Wednesday, December 10, 2008

This Place I call Obscurity Phase 2

First off I want to apologize to all my fellow blogger buddies and spectators. I have left this blog on a cliffhanger. No I did not die on the way to Atlanta LOL. I actually made it safely and I have just been getting adjusted for the last month and thus neglected this here blog. so wow where do I start. Hmm.......maybe I should answer some of these looming questions that have been in my previous posts comments section. now I know that there is some sort of stereotypes about dudes moving to atlanta, but I feel it is necessary to mention that I really don't fit the mold of any perceived model or expectation of young males like myself

1st question: Turn me up a lil do u have a job? Um yes I have a job...why wouldn't I?

2nd question: Oh Turn Me up well you can't be enrolled in school because you obviously moved to Atlanta to fuck and go to all the parties right? No. I am enrolled in school. Why would you think I wasn't I mean I thought I made it clear I was transferring from the beginning.

3rd question: Who are you staying with? family and friends? the Street? C'mon now....I've had an apartment reserved down here since July.

Moral of the story: Turn me up has and always will be on BUSINESS.

Now with that out of the way let's get to the fun part. I have been here for a month and the experiences I have had here already have trumped all the occurrences in Minnesota for like three years. The boys, the parties, my great new apartment, my ghetto ass job, the attention, the drama (mild), the juggling, The prioritizing, the budgeting,never ending sweet tea, the clothes, the boys, the boys, ohhhh the boys LOL. All these things have made for the most defining time in my life so far. I know there are some naysayers out there who think I made a bad decision and I'm just a stereotype, but oh well I did what was right for me and so far everything is good so I have no regrets. I am for the first time in a long time optimistic of the future both socially and professionally. Now that I'm back in the swing of things with the blog I will try not to stay away for long again (How many times have I made this promise). I did have more to write but it's my birthday (the 10th), and this punk ass nigga just walked in here with a gallon of€ Kroger brand sweet tea as my birthday present....I mean how dare you?! I'm kind of burnt up right now so let me stop writing before I explode all over this blog.


Acoustic Soul said...

I'm glad you made it safely. Who's the dude in the picture with you??

How are your classes coming along?

Darius T. Williams said...

I'm glad you're getting in the swing of things - really.

And southern sweet tea - ain't nothing like it!

houstonmacbro said...

New cities are exciting. Hang in there and do your thing bro.

Sexxy Luv said...

sigh...i know what it's like to go from Minnesota to Atlanta...i use to live their for 2 years but for some strange reason i came minnesota that is....sigh.

have some sweet tea for me. lol

Keith Jones said...

Welcome to Atlanta!