Waiting till M gets back…

Only 4 more days till M gets back from her cruise!! YEAH!!! *(o.O)*/
The last stop on the peaceboat cruise was in Tahiti, during which a poor bedraggled M complained that she had come down with the flu, presumably as a result of trekking through the jungle to look at what she charitably described as “a crappy pile of rocks”. (I am assuming it’s some sort of archealogical exhibit or something…). Judging from her voice, I imagine she was having as good of a time as she did when we went to Universal Studios Japan and rode the Jurassic Park Ride…
*sigh* This whole blogging business is harder than it looks. I suppose it would help if I knew some html. At any rate, it beats studying my physics, which is what I should be doing right now at work. I have noticed that the amount of sunlight streaming down from the ceiling far far above is steadily dwindling. Soon I will be bathed once again in the dance of slowly undulating shadow pierced only by the interminable flicker of flourescent lights. Which is a shame, since today was such a beautiful day! *sniffle*
Right now I’m feeling very: [PANDA]
Update: 7:20 pm
Update: 6:28 pm
Did you know that Michael Faraday was a bookbinder journeyman? To say that I hate physics is the understatement of the century. . .
Update: 6:25 pm
I saw a horse on my way home from work today. I was walking by the Stock Pavilion when suddenly I found myself accosted by a gigantic muzzle. After I got over the inital shock, I did what any responsible citizen would do when confronted with a horse – I fed him (her?) my leftovers from lunch. You can tell you’re living in the countryside when horses roam freely around your college campus. . .

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