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Thursday, February 02, 2006

All In Black

Hello, kiddie-poos!

As you may have noticed, I did not write yesterday. The reason? I was in mourning at the passing of January into February. However, I am back today- not because I feel like writing, but only so that I do not let my hopeful readers down two days in a row. The February blahs have already begun and the weird weather has done nothing to improve my mood as of late. Although I do enjoy not having to dig my way out of my driveway every morning, it feels strange to only wear a vest this early on in the year. Also, I heard something yesterday about the government trying to cover up the severely abnormal temperature. Normally I'm not much of a conspiracy theorist, but this would seem to make a strange sort of sense.

Anyway, this has been the longest week ever, peppered with random mishaps and even stranger ups and downs. This morning I scraped my entire front bumper along the wall of my driveway, after already getting a late start, spilled coffee on my shirt the minute I got to school, and dropped my entire lunch into the garbage barrel by accident (luckily it was in a plastic bag, and the garbage barrel was empty, so I could retrieve it). I also seem to be developing yet another cold- this will be the third since November. I suppose that's not too shabby for my first year in a school, but it's back to drinking OJ in the mornings for me.

Some good news: I have both new and old friends coming to visit me this weekend, which should be great fun. And I just found out I have a meeting on Valentine's Day, effectively relieving me from any type of dating pressure that might occur as it draws near. I hope you're all coping with this month in a better fashion than I.


Anonymous Pete rocks hardcore!

I was saving this announcement for tomorrow, but what the hell: today is the last day this winter that the sun sets before 5:00. From here on, most of the world will be going home in more and more daylight for the next five months. People will be in slightly better moods each day as a result, and when you have weeks like this one, you will, ideally, not even notice because you are so giddy from the abundant sun.

2:51 PM

Blogger MyUtopia rocks hardcore!

Woohoo daylight. Hang in there chica, February is a short month!

5:45 PM

Blogger NancyPearlWannabe rocks hardcore!

Well, Pete, you just made my day! Two days down, 26 to go!

6:33 PM


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