History is in the making. No matter how America votes, a new chapter is set to unfold, and we're all holding our collective breaths.
Somehow, even while days drag on into eternity, weeks will also fly by largely unnoticed until one day you wake up and realize Friday has come at last.
Scientists are basically suggesting human activity is now the driving force for change on the planet.
Where do I begin? Version 1 There's nothing to report. I went to Chinese class. I went skating. I did homework. I'm going to bed. Version 2 Mondays aren't as painful as I thought. I really only have one class, and it doesn't even start until 9:30 a.m. I get to go skating with my … Continue reading Day 29: Struck down, but not destroyed
It's been a long day, too long. Santa Claus. Irish. Guitars. More to come.
It's only 11:28 p.m. but I'm so sleepy! My extra hour of sleep from last night was great until about an hour ago when I started feeling my eyelids drooping. Sleep sounds very nice right now. I wasn't as productive as I had hoped today. Perhaps yesterday's productivity was enough to fulfill my quota for the … Continue reading Day 65: Daylight savings jetlag
Today I reaffirmed the many reasons I do not party like a fool every weekend. My friend, Brock, is turning 19 on Monday and he decided to have a spur-of-the-moment birthday party tonight. He used to live on my floor last year and he came to visit me and Kitty a couple weeks ago. He's … Continue reading Day 63: Partay! (or partez)