The cons of today:
-Of the past thirteen hours, I spent exactly ten minutes at home.
-Five of those hours were spent at my stupid Brain Lab, where the first two hours were basically useless because of the blasted program not working properly! ARGH!
-Okay, you know how it's the freaking last day of April? Temperatures were most definitely in the 30s today with light flurries of snow! SNF.
-Due to never being home, I didn't get around to doing laundry, which needed to be done in a bad, bad way.
-We were chatting about Twilight at my internship today (maybe a pro?). Listen, I love the books as much as the next girl, but one of the ladies said they were "so well-written." Sure, they're well-written for YA romance/suspense stories about VAMPIRES, but I think she meant in the grand scheme of literature, which slightly annoys me.
-I really needed to drink more water, because when I came home I felt dehydrated. Also, lunch was a pb&j snarfed down at 11:30 AM and dinner was a slice of cheese 'za right after 5. What I said earlier about eating healthier? Maybe after graduation.
-I still have to take a quiz online for my Abnormal Psych class. I should have done that right when I got home, but I needed some downtime, which these days equates to blogging.
-Pretty sure there was more than that, but whatevs. You get the idea.
The pros of today:
-In my neuro class lab this afternoon, we got to take pictures using the super-expensive cameras. I'll put up pictures later this week--some turned out really good.
-When I came home, I made hot chocolate and ate it with some of my roommate's homemade banana bread.
-I also caught my other roommate talking to her banana. You had to be there.
-My former roommate Tif had her wedding yesterday and the reception tonight! I'm so sad I had to miss it, but I'm incredibly happy for her.
-I'm streaming the videos from Madonna's new album in the background. Crazy good.
-It's not really relevant for today, but I wrote this haiku recently about last week's Office. Yay LOTR!
Troy's sales pitch: "Dude, I've
Got this stuff that will take you
There and back again."
-Tomorrow is Thursday!
-Oh yeah, tomorrow is also May Day. For someone with relatively few pagan and communist leanings, my mom loves this holiday more than John Denver loved the Rockies.