Tuesday, July 19, 2005

a day full of bogs and poops

So, I go to take my American Heritage mid-term test today which, by the way, was completely ridiculous and quite difficult. I'm basically thinking I failed it and I will be very lucky to pass this class. It took longer than I thought it would, and that made me ten minutes late to work. Oh, and I hadn't eaten lunch yet. I had just eaten a bowl of cereal when I woke up at nine. Working on an empty stomach and serving non-stop customers was way bad. But... the worst thing of all is that I asked my boss if I could have work off on August 19 to go camping, and I can't because it is during Education Week when the bookstore is mega-busy. One thing I forgot to mention: I had a headache the entire time I was working and it still hasn't gone away. At 7:00 this evening, I told that research lady that I would participate in her study. It was only supposed to take less than an hour, but it took an hour and a half. If any of you had a worse day than me, please, share it with me so I will stop having so much self-pity.

Monday, July 18, 2005

Study my foot

I am so amazing. I'm not trying to sound conceited, but if you ask me to tell you a really great story, I will. It's about me being fantastic. I guess. I felt pretty good about it. It has to do with a certain boy, not that HE did anything.

Becca and I just talked about boys for an hour and a half and now I just can't seem to make myself study. Poo.

Harry Potter #6 is possibly my favorite one yet. It was superb, if quite insane.

Sunday, July 10, 2005

Peeing in the woods with boys.

So, this canoeing trip we went on was quite enjoyable. Weird, but fun. I think the best part about it is that no one brought their girlfriends. Boys with girlfriends are weird. I don't know what to say to them or how to act around them. Why can't they just go on missions and not even consider the whole dating situation? It is just an inconvenience for everyone. Now, I might sound kind of hypocritical because I am sort of wanting to date someone at the moment, but please disregard this aspect of things.

Anyway, now everyone wants to go camping together, but they want to backpack to where we are going to be camping. I am really excited about this, I just hope that there are responsible people coming who know more about preparing to go camping than me. Teri knows how I adept (or rather inadept) at preparing I am. I have been camping/backpacking every year of my life, but I am never the one who has to arrange everything and put it all together--my parents always do that. I hate having to be the responsible one.

Tommy Boy was a great idea. I enjoyed it quite a bit and I think things like that should happen all the time. Phil and Stephanie cuddling/holding hands/touching the whole time was kind of bizarre, but I wouldn't mind having it for myself.