Do you know what time it is?

It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time! Peanut Butter Jelly Time! Where he at? Where he at? Where he at? Now, there he go. There he go. There he go.

Okay, enough of that. It's time for your now semi-nightly Mikey-Typey session (that should be the one and only time that I ever call it that.) I'm not sure that I have anything to write tonight, but that is the point. That is why I'm doing this, to fight the non-typey times.

I've noticed something recently: with some people I find myself attracted to them, not because they are exceptionally beautiful, or sexy or fun or anything, but simply because I like the way they move, and positions that their body makes at any given time. There are certain people that I just enjoy watching, even if it is the way they sit in a chair or shuffle through their bag. It just makes me smile.

Speaking of smiling, do you know anyone that makes you smile every time you talk to them, without fail? If so, how many people do you know that have that effect on you? As far as I can reckon (woo American lingo!) I know two people like that. No matter what the situation, or what the conversation, if I am talking to one of those two people, I will have a big stupid grin on my face throughout the conversation. I think that's a damn good thing to find in another person, but fairly rare.

It's also good to find the reasons why going outside is a good thing to do. It can be very easy to get stuck in hermit mode, or only hanging out with certain people all the time. It's good to mix things up, see that person that you don't see very often. Even if at the end of each meeting, you wonder why you don't make plans with them more often.

(On a side note, I'm loving the pronoun game right now. I don't really know why I'm playing it, though. For anyone who knows me, it is blatant that every "they" or "them" so far could just as easily be a "she" or "her". It's not like I'm going to be referring to a guy in the situations that I'm talking about.)

Anyway, I should be off to bed. I want to wake up and be useful tomorrow. We'll see how well that works.