no, my parents were totally cool with it. i think there was just a lack of communication between me and my friend in regards to it. we had definitely talked about it months ahead of time, but when push came to shove, we hadn't really made any concrete plans and so it all just fell apart, i guess.
that is a little weird. honestly, i don't know why you'd up and move like that when you have a dandy life here, but hey, whatever works for some people. but yeah, i guess moving on is a part of life. and cali will always welcome you with open arms!
yeah, thankfully my family managed to persevere. but those were definitely some of the toughest years of my life, i'll tell you.
man, i sort of know the feeling. i mean, the OC is great and everything, but sometimes the bubble here just prevents you from doing anything too, too exciting. like, i love the scenes of LA and everything and i visit a lot because honestly, Orange County gets kinda boring a lot of the time. especially now, during the summer.
hollywood is okay, i guess. i mean, i usually visit a few times a year and it's pretty enjoyable if you know what you're doing. it's just that when i was younger, my family would always just treat it as a sight-seeing thing, where you run around looking at the stars and trying to find the houses of different celebrities, and honestly, that's fucking boring.
haha, i love the beach. my friends and i have been going there a lot lately...earlier this year, my friend Charlie actually taught me how to slackline, so i've been doing that a lot lately and it's just been great. but besides that, idk...i see a lot of movies and shit. there were a lot of grad parties about a month ago, so i was out almost every night doing questionable social activities, but that's died down now, so i'm busy looking for a job and such to get me through school a little.
i went last year and i had a blast...i'll probably see if i can get a group together and definitely hit it up because it's an awesome atmosphere, even if you don't really care for surfing.