My two-hour afternoon class was cancelled. And I took a three-hour nap.

I accomplished nothing this afternoon.


Peanut butter crackers many hours ago.

I need to shave.
I want a shower.
I need to sleep.
I am hungy.
I need water.

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Doesn't that suck?


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"The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity." (Ellen Parr)

Okay... so this isn't a *real* entry, but it'll have to do. I'm spending more time thinking than writing at the moment. Granted, I doubt such a course of action is either wise or productive, I'm going to stick with it for a little while longer... Or at least until I find some answers to some pressing questions or I drive myself insane. Keep your fingers crossed for the former.

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Tuesday, April 16th, 2002
10:31 p.m. PDT

1. Open up your stereo CD player, what's inside?
An old Neal McCoy CD... but that's a fluke because I popped in after finding it among some old papers at home.

2. Look in your VCR, is there a movie?
Nope. Last movie I rented was the one with Billy Bob Thorton and Bruce Willis as bank robbers. What was that called? And besides, it was on DVD.

3. If there happens to be music playing right now, what is it?
There's not. All I hear is the air conditioner.

4. What are you wearing?
Khaki shorts. A lime green t-shirt. White briefs. Black ball cap.

5. Look down, what's the first thing that catches your eye?
My watch.

6. Turn on your TV if it's not on already, what network is it?

7. Look out the window, what's the weather like?
It's dark outside. I can't tell.

8. If you hit redial on your phone right now, where would it call?
Jessie's apartment.

9. Say "hello?" out loud, did anyone answer?
No... 'Cause the roommate is asleep.

10. What are you planning on doing next as soon as you get offline?
Get a drink of water.

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