We're all afraid of something. We all feel that some things are out of our reach, and just happen because they can. And will. I haven't felt afraid in a long time at night, that feeling that someone's watching you. Like, if I look in the mirror, Mr. Harvy from The Lovely Bones will be there. Ugggh. So, I've learned how to turn my fears around (somewhat). It's kinda funny.
1. Imagine your current fear at it's worst (as a person). (Me: Mr. Harvey is staring down at me while I'm asleep, simply watching me. Then, he randomly covers my mouth with his hand, and drags me down the stairs while my parents and brother are sleeping.)
2. Imagine the sweetest person/animal you know. (Me: My little kitten :D)
3. Imagine what the sweetest person/animal would look like holding a violent object. (Me: My kitten holding a weed wacker.)
4. Imagine your scary person in his/her mom's underwear, in a super tight tank top with the frillys on the straps. Magenta-color preffered. (Me: Mr. Harvy in this lovely outfit.)
5. Now, for the grand total, imagine that sweet person/animal tearing this person to shreds with a weed wacker, and then tying them somewhere embarassing. (Me: My kitten jumps on Mr. Harvy's bald head (claws out) and applies the weed wacker to his head and chases him down the stairs. Then, she ties him to the street post in the middle of everyone, with a pink bow tied around his neck, my kitten standing innocently next to him, a twinkle in her eye.)
So, if you think this was weird, I'm sorry. But I think it's good to lighten up something that's usually dark.
In other words, I'm still working on the envelope.
Also, another great band that I just watched on Bio is The Grateful Dead. I'm going to look them up now...