you big bully.
I’ve been quite busy at work today. But I updated my books section. Also I did a backup of my back pages, since Geocities doesn’ t have a neat little backup feature. I had to go in and manually save my entries one page at a time. I just did the entries, I haven’t gotten around to all of that other fluffy stuff that I’ve done.
or rather, me
I had to get up very early this morning to take a class at work. This has ruined my stomach. For some reason if I wake up at seven in the morning, then I have to have breakfast on my way to work or I’m crabby. But then after I eat my stomach is all upset because I normally don’t eat anything until three in the afternoon or so. And then I’m all hungry right around noon and I think, “Well, gee, I haven’t eaten.” And then I eat lunch and then I remember that I just had breakfast four hours earlier, and then the next thing I know I’ve eaten twice as much as I would have normally eaten in one day and I know that when I get home I’m going to want dinner.
So I can’t work an early shift schedule or I’ll turn into a big fat fatty.
the details and dissection of my trip
Getting up at five a.m. is never easy. Getting up for a flight at seven is even harder. But if that flight is going to Las Vegas, then somehow you don’t seem to mind. Eight of us, on a morning flight to Las Vegas, drinking Bloody Mary’s and finding it impossible to sleep during that four hour flight. We were all richest during those first hours there, but we wouldn’t know it. There was always the possibility that one of us, or all of us, could strike it rich at any moment, and that’s what keeps you going. That’s what makes you drop in every dime, every quarter, every fifty-cent piece. I mean, come on, what else are you going to do with a fifty-cent piece?