Wednesday, June 27


I thought I had an idea of what I was going to write about. I forgot. I forgot while getting sidetracked while googling Yoko Ono's art works. They are unconventional, but really interesting to see on a Wednesday afternoon. Funny, but not in the humor way, in the odd-ish way. Look them up (Cut Piece, Sky Piece for Jesus Christ, the Box of Smile). Interesting.
I kind of have no idea what I'm planning to do for the rest of the day, save going to housechurch at seven, and having a quiet time between now and then. Now and then. I didn't think I would be on the internet for so long. It's been about an hour and a half. I guess that that isn't extremely long, but, at the same time, I'm not accustomed to just browsing on the Internet. I look up what I need to or play a long list of YouTube videos, but I never really just browse and follow what I find. For example, I looked up...what did I even look up? Oh, yes. I looked up "Cut Piece" and that led me to a video and a webpage about Yoko Ono, which led me to look up other art from her, which led me to look up a video of John Lennon speaking in a big bag (bagism, I don't even know what it means). Just interesting.
Today is a strange-kind-of-day. Out of the ordinary, for me, at least. And maybe even Bayna, who is now watching Doctor Who after dismissing it because of Martha Jones. She's past Martha Jones, so she's watching it again.
I woke up feeling like I am composed of a bunch of different people that I see, but only about breakfast food. I wondered what I could eat for breakfast, but everything I came up with felt like someone else's breakfast food. An egg (Papa and Mama), cereal (Bayna), toast with butter and honey (Kelsey). I like all of those other foods, but just wanted to feel like myself. To eat something that is me. So, I wrote about my conundrum in my journal. And, after doing so, I knew what I could eat for breakfast! Something that is like me to eat! Oatmeal with raisins. Mmmmm. Yes. That is a Gabri-food. In fact, my mom  bought a box of raisin, date, and walnut (walrus, I almost typed) oatmeal for me. And I'm the only one currently in my house that eats oatmeal and raisins, a Gabri-food indeed. Yay!
I did not want to be like, "So, HA!" about my raisin, date, and walnut oatmeal, but I think it proved my point.

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