Thursday, April 26, 2007
so i've developed a sleeping problem. twice this week i have slept through the cacophony of my alarm system and nate's phone calls like a deaf brick.
i mean, by no means am i a "morning person", nor do i ever look like i'm alive before noon, but this is ridiculous. i've overslept before by choice, but never because i didn't hear my alarms. and you know what kind of alarm arsenal
nate and i have. if you were to count (as i'm sure my neighbors do as they count the ways they plot to kill me if i don't shut them off) how many times my alarms actually go off, it would be at least like 20. plus nate calls sometimes to wake me up. so there's another 5. wtf.
anyway, sleeping problem aside, we have TWO DAYS OF SCHOOL LEFT!! as of today, i will never have to go to my tues-thurs classes again! which was never really a problem, since i just slept through my first tues-thurs class anyway. AND i just got out of taking a final exam by writing a three page (single spaced) essay about the class. woohoo.
yay spring. no more snow! just thunderstorms and no classes! and internships! and dancing! and albany! and summer! and life!
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Sunday, April 22, 2007
for all the fellas out there with ladies to impress..
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Tuesday, April 17, 2007
keys to happiness
or should i say 'happyness'? because that drive me insane. but i'm getting off topic here. here are some ways to help with the gloomy april depression:
1) Buy pre-made cookie dough. Preheat the oven, per the directions. Open the dough and proceed to eat it. Laugh to yourself that you bothered turning on the oven and switch it off, retiring to the couch with your dough loaf and a spoon.
ok so that's all i got - dough loaf and all. i guess i should not have promised happiness keys. its fking gloomy outside and all i want to do is be dropped in a vat of chocolate and sleep or eat my way out. neither of which is practical.
in other news, i had a dream about sine and cosine. you know - those fellas from like 10th grade math (and probably like 7th grade math, but i don't know what they're teaching these 7th graders anymore). they showed up (in all their curvy glory) and i was like hey - who are you? and they wouldn't tell me, so i had to actually use my brain and realize that, yes, they were mathematical.. functions?* then they slithered away and i came back down from the acid.
*i googled 'define: sine' to find out what they were considered, and all it gave me was long complicated definitions about what sine is. which is what i asked for. but nothing was helpful. its raining. give me a break.
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Monday, April 09, 2007
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