Radiation is good.............
16th September 2006
my bday today.
this morning i woke up crying, it sounds pussy but its true. its so hard to live away from your family and your friends (alot of my friends i have known for 10 years)
to add to the problem the one thing i wanted for my birthday was to go back to Australia so i could get my learners license, guess that wont happen, wasted 2 weeks of my life studying for that test.
I just want to go home.
20th January 2006
I wake up crying most mornings. Except I don't.
Happy birthday. :)
We will rule you
17th August 2007
SpaZy;4203600my bday today. this morning i woke up crying, it sounds pussy but its true. its so hard to live away from your family and your friends (alot of my friends i have known for 10 years) to add to the problem the one thing i wanted for my birthday was to go back to Australia so i could get my learners license, guess that wont happen, wasted 2 weeks of my life studying for that test. I just want to go home.
ok let me just get some backstory. are you in college? if so then i can understand why you would probably be crying for your home. heck i would probably do the same. my birthday, no one ive known for so long is around. must be very painful.
I can understand the feeling, plagued me for months when I first moved over here. What kept me sane though, and helped me not feel sad about being so far away from my family in blighty is the knowledge that my future family, my children, grandchildren and so forth, will be here (or in the case of Thomas James, my son, is already here, sort of) and that my wife who I love dearly is here with me. If I were in Britain, she would be as far away now as my family is. Kind of a catch-22, but try and focus on the good things and good people that you have near you, not the ones far away. As for birthdays, until my last one I hated em. Slowly my family did less and less, and not to sound childish or pissy here, yeah okay so I was 19, I was not and am not a party person, but my own grandparents whom I lived with at the time didn't even wish me happy birthday. They usually didn't until they produced a cake at teatime, so I waited all day (sad as it sounds) but they never produced afformentioned cake. I even looked in cupboards, the fridge, the pantry everywhere where there might be a cake. Nothing. I can't really describe the feeling, expecting a surprise, and then, not getting anytthing at all. Horrible empty feeling it was. So my rule for birthdays? Spend them with people who want to spend them with you :) Don't force parties on people, well unless you like parties, but just be spontaneous. They also help fight off the afformentioned blues I found, so while you feel crappy when you wake up, a few friends spontaneously dropping round or even just a phone call or an email can really brighten them up.
Waffle-Sprocket is broke
24th November 2003
I havent had a decent birthday in ages, i spent the last 7 away from home and got virtually bugger all presents, ive all but given up on them now :(
I pretend I'm cooler than AzH
10th June 2006
Happy Day for you and us if you are not a shmuck I celebrate your new year of life. You are not a shmuck are you?
Things get better. Hell, I haven't celebrated my birthday in almost 10 years, most of my family is dead, I live away from anyone I know and pretty much the only person who can say "happy bday" or remember when it is, is my mum and two friends from across the globe. Presents can't even be thought of. And it's next month so there I go again. But you know what? Can't be bad forever. Even if it's 10 years, like in my case, it can't be forever, things will change.
Revenge was here.
25th April 2007
7th November 2005
in an effort to cheer you up happy birthday dude and heres a crazy, and possibly the coolest cake i have ever seen
wow.nice cake ive pretty much given up on them to i dont live overseas and can only remmber moving houses 1nce it must be so tough, i feel the way spazy does when i think about holidays i liked.