Dec 102009
 

I’m sort of re-reading “The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid” by Bill Bryson. I had to rush through it more than I cared to the first time. It’s a great book and I highly recommend it.

Also, currently (like right this very second) I’m playing 1 vs 100 on Xbox Live. It’s also awesome, and I only need one more achievement. I’m excited to get a little more gaming time in during the school break. BUT, more importantly, I need to get more Samantha time and more Ethan time. It’ll be a nice change of pace for sure!

I’m now fretting slightly over my grades. I’m fairly certain (per Moodle) that I have a 3.7 in Business Writing, my least favorite course of all time. I’m hoping that I did well in Creative Nonfiction and am fairly sure I did alright in my Photography class. “Working Detroit” is a wildcard. Also, I will never take a history course again. I like them, but I am not good with them. It makes me sad.

Tonight, Ethan, Sam and I set up her tree at her apartment. It was fun, and Sam picked a fantastic tree. A live one even… crazy! It’s pretty and sparkly and quite nice.

Oh, what else…?

I’m tired, and finally destressing from the Fall semester. So thankful for that! Hopefully December will continue along its current trajectory and I will be a happy camper again by January 5th.

  One Response to “The Life and Times of…”

  1. Long Live Live Christmas Trees – ( Oh wait! :/ )

    I appreciate your help with the tree. It is beautiful! However, due to the curved trunk, it does lean to the left a little. Which makes me chuckle. I really enjoyed having the two of you here tonight ๐Ÿ™‚ as always. Thanks for all your help today.

    Looking forward to the more TIME. I am curious about this gaming of which you speak. I know it will be a hindrance… (NO GIRLS ALLOWED)… but: Can I play too, sometime?

    xoxo

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