February 11th, 2003


It's a damn cold night, trying to figure out this life

Damn, it's been a long day.

A long weekend.

There is no way in hell that I was in school this morning. That was days ago. I'm sure of it.

Finished my Foreign Policy Diaries. Made up two of the page numbers. :-/ I feel a little guilty, but oh well. Also read the English article I had to, filled out my housing applications, filled out the park district job application, showered and read a chapter of Harry Potter.

Call me the All-American girl, I can get ready for prom and swing by an anti-war rally!**

And now? BED!

**Company Spring Play reference...don't mind me. Just think of it as a "multi-tasking" "balancing kids and a job" or "biting off more than you can chew but still being able to swallow" type of analogy.
  • Current Music
    Ordinary World - Duran, Duran(?) (in head)

Time to keep, time to lose, time for all to keep silence

Today was surprisingly good.

Talked to Caitlin about a very interesting problem she has found herself in, and it involved people I love so I decided to add my opinion...and hopefully I helped.

I'm learning so much about Western Europe in American Foreign Policy that it's nuts. Ask me about the politics going on there. Come on, ask me! I'll tell you all about France and Germany's supposed non-involvement in the war despite French President Jacque Chirac preparing the military and the recent shift in power due to elections in Germany. Woo for learning!!

Crew was fun. We worked hard and it felt really good. Yay. My back hurts.

Caught up on my friend's page. Happy.

Only homework due tomorrow is Economics. I should also be working on my next AFP Diaries and my Fred Astaire report for Dance (which I started today. Go me!)

And I'm going to address the envelopes for my housing, etc so that I can send it out tomorrow and be done with it.

New Orleans in two days!!!! We leave Friday at 5:15am. We got our trip shirts in Chorale today!

AND! I got 4 random hugs today. Caitlin (twice, and not overly random), James Bittner, Zack, and Ken Keacher. Yay!
  • Current Music
    There Is a Season - Chorus song in head (yay New Orleans!)