Tuesday, June 17, 2008

nothing but homework...

I am soooooo taking a break after this freakin' class. Seriously. I just can't keep up with everything during the summer. Wah, wah. Yeah, I know.

I have done nothing but homework while on the computer (except for my blog earlier today.) Even at work, I wasn't as productive as I could've been due to my distraction with making sure I could get everything done.

I left work early to go see my foot dr again. She gave me another laser treatment, which seemed to help it last time so maybe this time I'll be all better. No sprinting for me for a bit though so I can give it some time to heal. Sprinting seems to make it worse. :(

After my Drs appt I spent an hour or so with Ken so he could add more color to my tattoo. I'm anxious to get it done now that we are that much closer to completion. We didn't get to do as much as either of us hoped today - just the body of the Phoenix and the last part of each wing. As soon as I stop leaking blood I'll take a picture and post it.

I figured I'd spend some time with George and his friend afterwards but the timing didn't quite match up. I got done early, he wasn't getting done until late. Ce la vie.

After that I came home, threw the disc to Tweak a dozen times and then came in to do homework. I've finished what I hoped to for today and am hitting the hay early so don't call or text me.

I had a dream the other day that I asked for something on this blog and people started commenting like crazy. I don't know what it was I asked for... wish I could remember so I could duplicate it and see if the response would be the same! Doubtful since people like their anonymity. I'm no different even though it might not appear that way. You don't see me tossing my last name or phone number out there.

If we were conversing and you changed the topic, then proceeded to tell me that you changed the topic (like I couldn't have picked up on that...) and I responded with something along the lines of I noticed the change in topic because it was as obvious as a bull in a china shop, would you have understood what I meant by that analogy? I'd really like responses to that one so I can shove them in someone's face.


1 comment:

Eastcoastdweller said...

I understand that analogy. It doesn't 100 percent fit the sentence though. A bull in a china shop is a big, clumsy disaster, so it's usually used in reference to someone being clumsy rather than something being incredibly obvious.