Alethea & Athena (double_dear) wrote,
Alethea & Athena
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I started writing this thing about why society is easier for extroverts, but I'm multitasking, so I'm having a difficult time putting my thoughts together. The bottom line is yeah, extroverts have an easier time networking, making friends, blah, blah, blah, but that doesn't make them better than everyone else, and (more importantly) it doesn't mean they don't have any problems. Everybody has their strengths and weaknesses, and learning how to use our strengths to work with each other and build each other up is a big part of what life is all about. The end.

Meanwhile, we're leaving in the wee hours of the morning to go to Los Angeles tomorrow. We're meeting our friend Kyoya on Thursday, but Mom has to meet with a client tomorrow, so logistically, it just works out better to leave tonight. And to kill time during that extra day, the plan is to go to Little Tokyo! Yay! We'll finally get to visit our old Kinokuniya for the first time in four years. If anybody wants us to look for something for them, let us know ASAP, because I don't think we'll be online anytime after ten tonight (PDT).

Um...I think that's all we have to talk about for today.

Today I'm thankful for finishing work early today, having plans to meet up with Kyoya, having plans to go to Kinokuniya, shipping confirmations, and Mom being kind to drive us down south.
Tags: kinokuniya, thinking
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