Friday, June 30, 2006

Well, wi-fi is $10/day at the hotel. I probably won't bother. We're in a place that reminds me too much of where I grew up.

      >> 10:41 PM

Just arriving at hotel. Way out in the boonies. Should have wi-fi, though, so won't have to deal with internets withdrawal.

      >> 9:11 PM

We're headed out of town for a few days for a wedding.

A staring contest.

Rob never asked his sister if Giles could be in the wedding.

I'm going to miss Giles while we're gone.

      >> 12:40 PM

I'm writing in bed -- laptops are the best invention since sliced bread -- and Giles is hanging out under the bed. He sighs every once in awhile, as if to tell me that I should be working harder. Such a taskmaster is he.

It's going to suck being all sick and congested while at a wedding this weekend. We're driving up to Virginia later this morning for the festivities. I know I am totally not going to be in the mood for socializing, especially dressed in a suit on a hot, humid day. I hope everything's indoors and air conditioned.

I'm starting to make to do lists for my upcoming move. There's a lot that needs to be done! The one thing I want most to do is weed out from my belongings all the things I never use and don't need anymore. It's amazing how much crud has accumulated over the short two years we've been in this apartment. The worst part is that there are things we've not touched in two years that I could just as easily have gotten rid of before the last move.

      >> 7:28 AM

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Sick. Have cold. Swollen throat. Sniffly. Arrrrr.

      >> 7:50 PM

Yesterday when I was in the department building, I came across the recently-tenured American Studies professor who was frantically pulling at the flaps of a cardboard box. He had just picked up his mail, and the box contained the first copies of his new book. It was very exciting. I watched as he opened it and pulled out plastic-sealed copies of his book. We cheered and said congratulations. Another milestone achieved. And then we moved on.

      >> 12:15 PM

[Sunshine], a sci-fi movie in post-production. Starring a zombie outbreak survivor, the Human Torch, a crouching tiger/hidden dragon, a samurai, a night janitor at a hospital, and others.

      >> 9:55 AM

The packaging of my [Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie] notes:

"Pesticide residue found in meat is 14 times greater than in plant foods, whereas dairy products contain more than 5 times the amount." -- The Washington Post

Today is cram-writing day since I owe my directors another chapter tomorrow.

      >> 9:22 AM

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Ha ha. So apparently, the notification letter did get lost in the mail. The Special Session proposal I sent in for this year's MLA convention in Philadelphia got accepted, though! I finally e-mailed the people there to find out what's up. And apparently they had sent out letters May 8. They had my apartment number wrong, though (dyslexia is a bitch). And my post office is very persnickety about apartment numbers here. It wasn't really much of an issue at my last apartment, but here everything seems to be sent back "insufficient address" or whatever if the apartment number isn't correct.

So yes, anyways. Philadelphia this December 27-30! Here we come!

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      >> 8:32 AM

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Note to self: Visit [Sprinkles Cupcakes] when next in Beverly Hills. Mmmm.

      >> 6:50 PM

Mmmm. Mocha. Must write. Why so hard?

      >> 2:49 PM

What I liked about the animated film [The Iron Giant] is the emphasis it places on the worlds we create through our interactions with the unknown. While the movie is a bit heavy-handed with the anti-government-military message, its pacifist bent is refreshing when so much of today's rhetoric about the war on terror is so sickeningly aggressive. "We must KILL all those who hate America before they can hurt us." Every time I hear W or another White House spokesperson talking about the latest assassination, I'm shocked at the directness with which they proclaim triumph in killing.

I suppose this all makes me naive. But I'd rather live in a world with other naive people than in one with lots and lots of people who think killing and retaliation are justifiable because they're obviously the only people who matter in the world.

. . .

Saw a commercial for this [SMS Jesus] service on tv yesterday. Prayers by text message! I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

      >> 12:23 PM

I am pretty much a lacto-ovo-vegetarian now. I don't eat fish anymore. I continued to eat fish for awhile after I stopped eating other meat because it was a safeguard for situations when I might be stuck without other options. Plus, I didn't think I could give up sushi. But after my last two sushi meals, both rather underwhelming, I've really had no desire to eat fish anymore.

I still eat lots of cheese, though. And eggs a few times a week. And lots of desserts that use milk and eggs and butter.

      >> 11:25 AM

[How to Cool a Planet.] I like the orbiting sunshade option.

      >> 11:05 AM

Monday, June 26, 2006

[What the fuck.]

      >> 12:18 PM

Some days I'm just sad.

      >> 11:32 AM

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Mmmm. Want [toy].

      >> 9:41 PM

[Parick's murloc voicemail message.]

      >> 6:24 PM

[Squirrel video.]

      >> 6:12 PM

OMG. These two women sitting at the table next to mine have been talking non-stop, loudly, for the last two hours! Garg...

      >> 4:55 PM

Coffee is soooo good. OMG. Yum. Coffee. Coffee! COFFEE!!!

      >> 4:00 PM

Whew. We made it home just as the menacing, rumbling thunderclouds started dumping rain.

Fallen tree at the dog park.

Hiding in the shade.

This snake cooly threaded itself in the fence.

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      >> 10:12 AM

Saturday, June 24, 2006

I hate it when I accidentally get diet soda. Ugh. Aspartame tastes ucky.

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      >> 10:56 AM

There's this awesome white English Setter here named Nigel who runs non-stop for up to an hour or two.

      >> 10:00 AM

Ugh. Can't deal with this humidity. At least it is somewhat cooler. At the park with full speed Giles who peeed by the bench.

      >> 9:47 AM

[Cool dog, annoying human.]

      >> 8:52 AM

Need better lighting.

      >> 8:22 AM

Friday, June 23, 2006

So I'm sitting here coloring my hair (inadvisably since I kinda want to grow my hair long but probably shouldn't start my job with crazy hair) and watching tv.

Foiled hair.

[NUMB3RS] is on right now. And they just did the [Mentos and Diet Coke] geyser thing. I saw the geyser thing first on television news a week or so ago. Apparently, it became a big deal via on-line video sharing sites like YouTube.

      >> 9:13 PM

[Click for movie.]

      >> 9:11 PM

What a difference a thunderstorm makes! Today started off unbearably hot and humid, like, drenched in sweat as soon as you step outside weather. Then it thunderstormed around 2 or 3 pm. And now its still warm and humid but it feels at least 15 degrees cooler. And I can actually be outside without dying of heat exhaustion before I can take two steps!

Wow. How boring is my life when all I can post about is the weather? Eh?

      >> 3:51 PM

Thursday, June 22, 2006

We headed to the dog park after 8 pm today.

We were the only ones in the small dog area.

It was still hot and muggy.

      >> 8:33 PM

Holy moley it's hot out! I took a bit of a coffee break just now, not that I've really done any work yet today. I was outside briefly while driving to my neighborhood coffee shop. Now I think I will spend the rest of the day inside.

      >> 12:08 PM

Tomorrow is [Take Your Dog to Work Day]!

      >> 9:45 AM

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

      >> 7:32 PM

A dog triptych:

      >> 2:15 PM

Another list!

      >> 11:25 AM

Monday, June 19, 2006

Longfellow Grill. Sculpture out front.

Campus library from street.

Library from front of building.

English department building entrance.

Side view of department building.

Hallway of department.

Campus clock, on building facing English department building.

This arch is the focal point of campus.

University of St. Thomas.

      >> 11:11 PM

Woo hoo! Home! But where's the crazy dog? :(

      >> 10:13 PM

Just arrived at MSP airport. Flight in a couple hours. Mission accomplished! Though frustrating first days. :)

      >> 5:16 PM

to wait until we move in August! (Accidentally sent last message before it was done.)

      >> 12:21 PM

Lease signed! Woo! Didn't really take pictures, though, so y'alls'll just have

      >> 12:20 PM

So Rob went to the restroom in the English department building and says the graffiti is all religious-oriented.

      >> 10:59 AM

We're at Longfellow Grill again for breakfast (3rd visit!). We're probably going to sign a lease in a couple hours. More later.

      >> 9:45 AM

Short posts recently are text messages from my phone. I re-realized I can post via e-mail. Ah, technology. Waiting for Rob....

      >> 8:56 AM

Rob thinks he has the plague. Our stinky motel has made him sneezy and sniffly. Probably very moldy and allergen-filled room. Bah! His symptoms are like the ones I had staying at a hostel in NYC last time I was there. (Horrible congestion and sneezing bad, price good.)

      >> 8:55 AM

[What's the murloc say?] (I am so glad there are dad's like [Gabe] out there.)

      >> 8:35 AM

Many stores and buildings around town have this notice posted about no guns allowed inside. I've never seen this before. I wonder what it's about.

A bunny by Macalaster College!

Hippity hop!

No bike riding on sidewalk.

Split paths.

Lake Calhoun.

Lake of the Isles.

Placid lake picture.

Murky water.

Yield to peds.

Dinner by candlelight.

Inside the restaurant.

      >> 7:14 AM

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Urp. Very tipsy on a giant mojito. Premature celebratory dinner at fancy fusion place, Azia, for finding place to live. More later.

      >> 9:49 PM

Woo! Lesbians save the day again!

      >> 6:13 PM

So tired of driving around. Thinking it might be worth it to try to buy since not many rentals allow dogs.

      >> 1:52 PM

Saturday, June 17, 2006

What's for dinner? Rob's been falling asleep here around 6 or 7 pm. Last night we just ended up skipping dinner.

      >> 9:30 PM

[Only 5 llamas left...] (Craigslist has been very helpful in searching for places to rent. Well, at least there are listings. The apartment and rent websites were very difficult to navigate and didn't seem to have many listings fitting our needs.)

      >> 8:47 PM

Thank god for lesbians; that's all I have to say. So after two full days of driving around and calling places listed for rent, we finally got to see a couple of houses for rent this afternoon. And both are owned by lesbians! Rob and I decided that we like the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis the best, just across the Mississippi from St. Paul. Both of these houses are in this neighborhood. There are so many things to consider with them, though. One house we'll almost definitely submit applications for. The other is owned by the neighbor who is trying to get rid of it so it's not technically just for rent -- she's still trying to sell it but hasn't been able to do so for over a year so is trying to rope in potential buyers as tenants first. And we're just not ready to deal with home ownership yet, I think. Also, if we were to buy in the neighborhood, there seem to be at least a handful of other better options.

All of this apartment/house hunting has made me grumpy and frustrated. Earlier today, we had to take a cupcake break.

Contemplating the cupcake.

The mocha cupcake.

The Cupcake location.

      >> 4:39 PM

Friday, June 16, 2006

Reasons why I'm really looking forwad to living in the Twin Cities:No luck finding a place to live yet. We haven't even actually seen the inside of an apartment our house, either. :( None of the places we contacted have returned our calls.

Our friends showed us around town a bit last night and this morning. Then we spent most of today driving aimlessly around neighborhoods though we didn't see any place that looked nearly as cool as the places our friends had showed us.

Some photos snapped at Loring Park:

Do this with your dog.

Cool water fountain sculpture thing.

A sign in the park.

There was a fourth sign above, but it wouldn't fit in the shot.

This evening, I chatted with the new chair of my department. He was playing music (acoustic guitar/vocals) at a local coffee place. I actually missed most of his performance because I stopped in when he started playing, didn't recognize anyone else, came back to the motel to see if I could wake up Rob, discovered we have wifi access, and ended up surfing the web for rental possibilities until the end of the chair's performance. I hurried back over and caught him as he was taking his equipment out to his car. He stayed, though, and we talked for an hour about finding a place and about the department.

I haven't had dinner, but I think I will probably skip it tonight....

(Subtract an hour from the posting time -- we're on Central time! Gonna take a while for me to get used to things coming on TV an hour earlier....)

      >> 11:28 PM

Thursday, June 15, 2006

The essentials:To do in the next hour:The wildly unrealistic stuff I thought I'd also get done today:Off to the airport in a little over an hour. We'll be in Minneapolis/St. Paul through Monday to check out the neighborhoods and look for places to live. If all goes well, we'll have a place to live by the time we get back! Since I'm so unprepared for the trip, though (haven't done research into available places), it's not likely. I'm bringing my camera. Expect pictures of MINNESOTA.

      >> 1:22 PM

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

SO INCREDIBLY TIRED. But must do a million and a half things before leaving town tomorrow afternoon.

      >> 8:32 PM

[Most disturbing short story under 100-words EVER.]

      >> 5:56 AM

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

[Gamer t-shirt.]

      >> 6:50 PM

Ha ha. [Replicant Daryl Hannah] is a tree hugger.

      >> 6:39 PM

Ha ha. [Could Irish Coffee be the perfect drink?] I swear, too many researchers are coffee addicts.

      >> 3:36 PM

Pictures from an afternoon dog park break. We were all alone for about half an hour. And then a few runny dogs came in and Giles had much fun chasing and being chased.

I see a dog!

Yes, a dog!

A crazy dog!

My summery, old-person hat.

Taking notes for the diss.

Oh noes! A dog!


      >> 2:59 PM

Why won't my dissertation write itself?

I finally e-mailed the people I've met at my new department for suggestions on places to live. One of the people who responded added, "If you'd like to get together for coffee or cupcakes while you're in town, do call me, okay?" At lunch on my campus visit, I had mentioned I am obsessed with cupcakes, and this faculty member bought me TWO cupcakes -- one to eat there and one for the trip home. Does this mean I'm going to be known as the cupcake-fiend of the department? I suppose that's fine with me.

I wonder if MS Word logs the time a particular document is open. Do you think the department and Graduate School would give me a Ph.D. if I hit a certain number of hours I've spent "working" on my dissertation chapters? I mean, if I can prove I've had these documents open at least, say, 1000 hours?

I hate being so susceptible to psychosomatic malaise. I've been feeling generally not-quite-right these days. My sleep schedule is all out of whack. My stomach doesn't always feel good. I think a lot of it is just stress-induced or because I am feeling so awful and unproductive. Also, my allergies are only barely kept at bay with the new prescription medicine (there's sort of a lingering, almost-congested feeling).

All attempts to eat more healthy are going by the wayside. I just came home with a 6-pack of chocolate cupcakes.

      >> 11:12 AM

Why we love Ernie: [(Although with all the World of Warcraft I've been playing, when I think "gay portal" I imagine Hearthstoning into the Castro, for some reason.)]

      >> 9:21 AM

Monday, June 12, 2006

Woe is me! My puppy is officially over me. I got home just now, and no Giles came running up to the door to greet me. I find him lying on the bed, content just to eye me as I walk in the room, not even so much as a tail wag. Woe!

On the cool, geeky side, though, as I woe-d myself by the bed, Giles jumped off, stretched, and made a [murloc sound], which I think is one of the best things in World of Warcraft. (OMG, someone created [a game] based on murlocs!)

The only thing cooler than the fact that the word "defenestration" exists is that it means a throwing of a person or thing out a window.

      >> 4:07 PM

[Fuck you and your H2.] Heh.

      >> 12:33 PM

Hmmm. 4 am. Still up. Finally picked up [Alexander Chee's] novel Edinburgh yesterday and finished it off in basically one sitting. Kinda fucked up. I really liked the voice of the middle section, though. But all the child molesting stuff is very disturbing. I guess as it's supposed to be.

      >> 3:05 AM

Sunday, June 11, 2006

'Fraidy Dog Giles is hiding from the thunderstorm under the bed.

      >> 7:38 PM

It's hotttt out. And I finally made the big, scary move to look at my poetry chapter. It's my most "finished" chapter, but I've been afraid to look at it because it still needs so much work. Once it cools down, Giles will be taking me to the dog park. But first, some pasta for dinner. And maybe the running of some errands in my air conditioned car.

      >> 4:49 PM

[Poets read aloud on Minneapolis buses.] (Both incredibly cool and disturbing at the same time.)

      >> 2:47 PM

[Big Pharma's Deadly Experiments]:

A newly surfaced report alleges that in 1996, drug monolith Pfizer gave an unproven drug to Nigerian children and infants suffering from meningitis -- without the authorization of the Nigerian government. Completed five years ago and coming to light in a May 7 Washington Post investigation, the confidential report, written by a panel of Nigerian health experts, concluded that administering the drug Trovan to 100 patients suffering a deadly strain of meningitis was "an illegal trial of an unregistered drug." The drug was ultimately shown to be ineffective. A lawsuit against Pfizer claims some of the children in the trial died and others suffered brain damage.
The report surfaces as more and more clinical research relocates to the Global South in order to escape burdensome regulation schemes in the United States and Western Europe. AlterNet has obtained an early look at a book to be published later this year -- The Body Hunters: How the Drug Industry Tests Its Products On the World's Poorest Patients (New Press), by investigative journalist Sonia Shah -- that raises the curtain on a trend that's harming patients and health care systems while eroding the developing world's trust in conventional medicine.

      >> 2:40 PM

Tomorrow is [Loving Day].

      >> 10:45 AM

Keeping watch for squirrels.

Sniffing for crumbs.

      >> 10:06 AM

Saturday, June 10, 2006

It's hot outside.

A friend called me this morning to tell me about Carrboro's [Hand and Paw dog talent show], no talent required. We might head over there if the thought of heat exhaustion doesn't deter us.

      >> 12:10 PM

[The Mirror of Flebotinum.]

Also, [Comic Book Rape]:

When I was hit by that car and the pain plus the medication turned my mind to cottage cheese and the most "intellectual" material I could stomach were comics—i.e. last week until today—I stumbled into a realization: my feminist sympathies were first marshalled while reading a comic back in the Autumn of '88.

      >> 10:07 AM

Friday, June 09, 2006

Does Eve Sedgwick's AOL e-mail address mean [panda bear]????

      >> 2:03 PM

From [Me, Marley, and Me]:

Frankly, my dog could have kicked Marley's ass.

Can I just stop working on my dissertation and teaching completely and just read books about dogs?

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      >> 7:55 AM

Thursday, June 08, 2006

This message brought to you by [Diesel Sweeties].

Sitting at kitchen's edge.

      >> 4:54 PM

Scene: The woods. Earlier today.

Squirrel #1: Hey guys, I'm hungry!
Squirrel #2: Me too!
Squirrel #3: Ooo! Let's go to that building with all the food lying around and the crazy dog!
Squirrel #4: Dog? I don't like dogs.
Squirrel #3: No, it's great! The dog's inside and can't get us.
Squirrel #4: Ok!
Squirrels #1 and 2: Let's go!


Scene: Outside the apartment building. Just now.

Squirrel #3: There it is!
Squirrel #2: Ooo! Nuts!

Squirrel #1 chases #4 up a tree.

Squirrel #1: I'ma getcha!
Squirrel #4: Squee!

The squirrels stop in their tracks when they hear a muffled bark.

Squirrel #3: There he is! Ha!
Giles: Woof!

Giles whines, falls off couch, runs to other window.

Squirrel #2: (facing Giles) Hey look at me! I'm nibbling on food!
Squirrel #4: Dogs are scary! Ha ha! Look at me scratch, dog!
Squirrel #1: (to #4) Gotcha!

Squirrel #1 tackles #4. They roll around in front of the window.

Giles barks and runs back to the first window.

Squirrel #3: I told you this place was cool.


      >> 11:42 AM


It feels like Saturday to me. But why should I care? I'm not working.

      >> 7:37 AM

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Sitting for the last walk of the night.

      >> 10:01 PM

It's only getting worse. US marines at wit's end, killing in desperation. Bald-faced diversionary propaganda by the President (same-sex marriage amendement, official English, immigrant-bashing....). US military/intelligence run amok around the world. Warrantless eavesdropping/surveillance by White House being justified at all. Abu Ghraib photos and videos from army investigation described as "possible" evidence of detainee abuse. :( Someone make it stop.

      >> 9:21 PM

[The conservative politics of the Bush administration forced me to have an abortion I didn't want.]

      >> 9:14 PM

I just cut two strands of white hair from the top of my head. One of them had a split end! This makes me excited (the white hair part, not the split end part). Maybe I will go grey before my hairline recedes to the back of my neck. :)

      >> 5:46 AM

Tuesday, June 06, 2006


It is so hard just to boil some pasta and heat up canned sauce. I know it'll only take 15 minutes, but I've only got so far as taking out the box of pasta and jar of sauce from the pantry. Sigh.

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Giles is such a little 'fraidy dog. He gets startled very easily and literally jumps. We were just at the dog park briefly. Then the ominous clouds rolled in. Giles was on the other side of the park; I was sitting at a picnic bench doing some writing. Suddenly, there was a very loud peal of thunder that shook the trees. Giles came zooming over to me and the picnic bench and hurtled full-speed under my feet. Rob reminds me that Giles was afraid of EVERYTHING when we first got him, like wooden floors and stairs.

Also, earlier this afternoon I was trying to guilt Rob into taking Giles out for a walk. I asked him why he was immune to my guilt trips. He made the mistake of saying that I could never hold a candle to his mom's ability to guilt trip. I took that as a challenge, and within five minutes, he was crying for mercy. I am not proud of it, but it is an ability I have honed since childhood.

It is pouring outside right now -- the misty sheet of water kind of pouring.

      >> 2:45 PM

Monday, June 05, 2006

Good night.

      >> 10:09 PM

[We're the same!]

[And I lost my dog.]

[I mean, nobody burns the Gay Flag.]

      >> 7:40 PM

It's just after noon, and it's been one of those days where every interaction I have with people makes me want to cry. I think I'll go crawl under a rock now.

The library windows have these fake birds on them.

      >> 11:11 AM

Dear Cold Day,

What have you done with the hot, humid days of summer?



PS Don't get me wrong, I'm totally loving you. But I wish I had brought a jacket with me today.

      >> 9:02 AM

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Ha ha. [You can even make sport of it, betting online whether the apocalypse will happen on that date. The good news is that one online oddsmaker has made the world a 100,000-to-1 favorite to survive Tuesday — something that Just said is supported by theology.]

      >> 12:41 PM

OMG. Rob is just telling me this story about a World of Warcraft thing. So a player died, and his guild members held a funeral for him ON THE GAME. And lots of Horde players came out to pay respect to the character/player. And then a bunch of Alliance people came and massacred the funeral.

      >> 10:18 AM

Mmmm. Porridge for breakfast. (Irish steel cut oats with fresh blueberries on top.) How come people don't seem to eat porridge much? Porridge is awesome. Maybe it's old people food. I'm an old person! Hooray for aging!

      >> 9:27 AM

Saturday, June 03, 2006

Giles and I are rehearsing to be in a horror movie. I play the part of the recently-turned zombie. And Giles is my dog, see. I start walking in that stilted, slow shuffle of classic zombies. And Giles hovers around me, circles me, spazzes out, and barks at me.

      >> 9:07 PM

[New law lets dogs chow down in restaurants.]

      >> 6:40 PM

Friday, June 02, 2006

      >> 9:45 PM

An odd postscript to the Wen Ho Lee case: [Federal government and news organizations pay Lee settlement for privacy lawsuit.] (Odd because the article ends up mostly making an argument about journalists' obligations to reveal their sources rather than about the Lee accusations and the way he was treated by the government and the news.)

      >> 5:00 PM

Ah, massive thunderstorm with downpour and building-shaking rumbles. Giles got scared and started barking after a particularly rumbly bit.

      >> 4:45 PM

[Squirrel taunts Giles (click for movie).]

      >> 11:01 AM

[Emotibot and the Butterfly], an animated short based on characters from [Beaver and Steve]. I especially love the allergies part.

      >> 9:19 AM

Thursday, June 01, 2006

The cable guy came and re-routed some of the stuff outside to boost our high-speed data signal strength. Or something like that. (This explanation comes from Rob.) This re-routing should help fix the in-and-out connection we've been experiencing in the afternoons this past week (just me, really, since Rob is asleep then). Apparently, someone in the building recently got some service activated and the person setting it up had split some connections in weird ways.

I was supposed to be here to deal with the cable guy, but after getting back from the gym (which I got to late because I can't seem to get going before 9 am), I had an inexplicable urge to take a dip in the pool. So I was splish splashing for about a half hour in the apartment's pool. It was sooooo relaxing. Maybe this is what I need to get myself writing. A bit of out-and-out relaxation before diving into all these words.

While I was wading about in the pool, located next to the rental office, I realized that rent is due today. Oh, the joys of adulthood. But first, a shower. And lunch. And after lunch, it's off to a coffee place to work.

      >> 10:31 AM

[Recently Unearthed E-Mail Reveals What Life Was Like in 1995.] lol

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