- Roommate: Hey Dan, I'm getting up before you tomorrow so if I forget, can you show me how to tie my tie?
- Me: But I just showed you how to tie your tie.
- Roommate: But it's complicated!
- Me: Aaarrrgh.
- Roommate: There's lots of overs and unders. It's too complex for my small mind!
- Me: (Sigh)
“I’m just going to rest my eyes for a minute…”
The urge to fall asleep on the couch while reviewing double integrals, which would be the bane of the world if triple integrals didn’t also exist, is ridiculously overpowering. Despite knowing that laundry was being done and emails needed sending, I somehow managed to conk out till 4 AM, at which point I woke up to find my left arm missing. Figuratively of course. Having one arm devoid of any feeling and muscular control after sleeping on it is a rather interesting experience to say the least.
On another note, you know you’re at school early when the building manager comes around to unlock doors and asks whether you’ve spent the entire night there. But it’s the small things in life that really do count. Being able to leave school before 9 for the first time in a while sure was nice, though that certainly won’t happen today (Sigh).
We should also really make some time to for that oft-delayed grocery run. I’m not sure how we’re subsisting off just one grocery run so far into the term, but we’ve somehow managed to stretch our supplies out.
- 41 Applications Sent Out
- 28 Applications Still Active
- 1 Interview Gained
- There is hope yet!
PS- Props to those fathers who were teaching their kids how to light campfires last night. Basic survival skills just aren’t taught anymore these days. Though I must say, a parking lot sure is an odd choice of location for campfires.
One never really thinks about how exhausting talking can be, but it really drains you after a few solid hours of it.
Note to self: Work on telepathy.
- Me: The greatest inventions are so ingeniously simple. I maintain that physicists are missing something so fundamentally simple such that they declare time travel to be impossible. It would take uneducated minds such as ours to stumble across this simple thing, before we let education destroy our innovation.
- Roommate: I think you are stupid.
- Me: (Sigh)