Wednesday, November 30, 2005
I have learned that the longer you don't do anything, the longer nothing good will happen to you. If you put your note cards off to the last day, for instance, life get's a lot harder. I'm going to be a terrible college student. I'm going to sit around all day playing Halo. However, I have also learned that every once and a while, something or someone comes along that makes your day/week better. That hasn't happened to me yet, but I'm sure it will. As of right now, Spanish III is a pain in the derriere (that's French for butt).
Tuesday, November 29, 2005
11-0 and Still Going
Today is a good day. Why? Colts won! Again! Whether or not the colts win sets the mood for my entire week. Thus, this week should be all right. If they ever do happen to lose, I just might seclude myself in a dark hole until next season. If they don't win the superbowl this year, I don't know what I'm going to do. I'll probably have a heart attack, go into a coma, and die. Oh well. Life goes on. And so does my literature homework. I feel like some sort of evil force is drawing me back to the cursed assignment that is my research paper. Therefore, I must end on that sad, sad note.
Monday, November 28, 2005
Thanksgiving's over, we're back in school, and it's raining outside... in November. What happened to snow? Without snow, you can't get snow days. Hopefully, we'll have a white Christmas this year, not a dirty brownish green one where you walk on the front yard to make mud angels. Mudballs are all right, I guess. But I digress. Hopefully everyone is doing well, and hopefully no one has to work on a literary research paper (DOH!). Research, as a general rule, is evil. I'm actually going to get back to work. Post something after the beep.