And with a flourish,
Sunday. 3.27.11 9:44 pm
Spring Break is coming to an end. The adventures were grand, and included:
My first REAL all-nighter, working on an English assignment from 3 PM Thursday afternoon until 5 PM Friday afternoon with several breaks to eat and go to class Friday morning.
Missing my first plane Friday evening at 8 and going on a wild race against time to procure a new ticket free of charge.
Taking on the Atlanta taxi system with no previous experience (never ridden or ordered a taxi) at 3 AM Saturday morning, after taking a quick three hour nap.
And to end my sleep-deprived stint, I attended my newer Youth Pastor's wedding at 2 PM Saturday after approximately 7 total hours of sleep. I spent the rest of the afternooon napping on and off, and was right as rain by Sunday.
For the rest of the week I didn't do anything stupendously awesome until Thursday when I drove two and a half hours to another college to visit friends. I had never driven that far without my mum or a GPS, and I didn't even have real directions for the trip back (because I'm an idiot I suppose). At one point I was parked on the shoulder of some back-woods road with nothing in sight but more road, and no idea how it had come to this. Thankfully my phone didn't run out of batteries and was able to more or less guide me home. Somehow I managed to arrive within my original time constraints, so I guess all my detours took me in the right general direction anyhow.
And now I'm back at Tech, after spending a Sunday doing not a lot at all. Hooray for Lazy Sunday! I read for English and now I think I'll do some house cleaning. w00t w00t
Damn, what was the assignment you had to do for English?
» randomjunk on 2011-03-28 05:33:37
wow, that sounds really intense. I can't imagine trying to catch a night flight after a real all-nighter the night before. I've stayed up all night and caught morning flights before, but what you did sounds brutal. Plus having to arrange a taxi? I hate taxis because you never know if they're really taking you to the right place, and you're not sure how much it will cost or what to tip or whether you'll have appropriate change. Well at least now you know that you can do all of those things. That many more steps towards complete self-sufficiency.
» Zanzibar on 2011-03-28 05:28:42
» randomjunk on 2011-03-29 11:27:37
Ohhh, yeah, it's a webcomic.
» randomjunk on 20 , the adventures of Stevo...they sound like good adventures. Yay for being back to school and procrastinating on physics homework...
» The-Muffin-Man on 2011-03-30 04:05:29
why do you like tampons....sir?
» dont-see on 2011-03-31 02:24:54
you're the bearded naked man from the hot tub? Funny, that's not how I pictured you at all!
» Amelie on 2011-03-31 09:42:44
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