Day 4 - Monday the 16th:
Life needs to become less bitter.
You know what I miss more than cheese pizza hot pockets?
Day 3 - Sunday the 15th:
I woke up around noon today. Natalie had already been up doing stuff on the interweb.
We did nothing for a bit until we had some hardcore chores assigned to us.
Then we enjoyed watching some tv shows of our interest, then we went for a half-hour swim.
I put together Wedding Potatoes and put them in the oven, now having to wait a bit for them to be done. Then Natalie and I shall feast away our emotions from lacking Alec.
Basically we did nothing today.
Life’s better with Alec.
Day 2 - Saturday the 14th:
I slept until 1:30 in the afternoon.
We did nothing.
Then went swimming.
Then ate at SmashBurger.
And walked our leftovers over to drop off at Alec’s doorstop with a note of how desperately lost we are without him.
Then I played tetris while Natalie napped.
We roleplayed hipsters being “aspiring photographers.”
We went swimming.
Now we’re going to watch Family Guy to get our minds off how much we miss Alec.
Day 1 - Friday the 13th
We found out around 1:30 in the afternoon that Alec was grounded.
No phone, tv, computer.. basically no electronics.
He won’t be in contact until next friday. 7 days.
I made him muffins for brunch. Natalie and I had to eat them all so they wouldn’t spoil. We feel guilty.
Throughout the afternoon we became lazy with no willingness to do anything. We took our turns using the internet as distraction.
We both had headaches for the majority of the day.
Now Natalie is making mac n cheese. She’s actually going to eat. THIS IS WHAT WE’VE BEEN DRIVEN TO IN LESS THAN 7 HOURS OF ALEC DEFICIENCY.
We didn’t even know why at first.
Now we do.
And we hate Alec.
Whales are peculiar subjects of the sea that enjoy many doings including piggyback rides. They are known for their outstanding risings from the ocean’s surface and the fluke tap. Occasionally they wave their fins at passerbys or at no one at all, they just do it whenever, even if they have no audience. They wiggle their tongues as a sort of dance when they feel adoration towards someone or something. There are even whale bullies that shove smaller whales around. They are also, on occasion, seen moshing to their water whale music.