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Monday, June 02, 2008

I'm Cheating!

Okay, I said I was going away for a while, but I dunno, now I feel like I'm cheating. I'm super busy right now - I'm moving in less than two weeks, and my favorite ginafriend is coming to visit for a week, and Matty is back in San Francisco, and then there's the extra shift at the bookstore - achtung, I have soooooo much to get done, and I don't mind it at all.

I've signed up for an improv class, which will start in July!

I should get back to bizniz. I'll still drop by your places and I'll leave stuff here, but as I said, my life is sort of full and interesting at the moment.


Blogger ahvarahn said...

I wasn’t sympathetic enough, or did I empathize really when you told your tale about the car accident. I got rear-ended tonight on the way home and I’m giving you belated sympathy, and I take back what I said about Jesus. If I jump a red, a cop is waiting to ticket. If I stop, I get rear-ended. Things aren’t chaotic. We just think they are.

Glad you're back. I missed you.

6:52 PM

Blogger josh williams said...

Not cheating just a post script.
Yep, busy is a common problem. I have found when you are busy, you are distracted.Stay busy it keeps you out of trouble and we all know you can really cause trouble with free time.

8:28 PM

Blogger ing said...


I'm sure Jesus is very happy to hear it. He's still playing tricks on me, but I guess that's what I get for being an atheist (or agnostic - I really can't decide).

But no, I do think things are pretty chaotic, and that we never know what's going to happen next.



You know, I get in just as much trouble when I'm busy. In fact, I have a harder time making sound decisions when I'm distracted. But sometimes the wrong decision turns out to be the right one after all.

5:32 PM


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