Sunday, January 20, 2008

It sucks when no one is here

So, this is my second blog talking about why things suck right now. Right now, it's MLK weekend, which means a long weekend, and pretty much everyone has gone home except for a few people who, like myself, live too far away to go home for a few days.

I've decided I'll probably just update every weekend, that way I don't get distracted from school and such. My classes are going real well so far. I don't have any homework really in any of them, and it's so different from last semester. Even though I only had one class that I had homework for, I got it everyday, so to have gotten only one homework assignment so far is something different.

I bought a Brita pitcher on Friday because the water down here tastes nasty and I want to stop using water bottles. I drank about three pitchers yesterday. Water is delicious. I feel like I don't really have much more to say so I might start rambling sometime soon. So I'm going to end this post here. I've got a few Bushisms from this week for y'all.

Monday January 14th:
"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we."

Tuesday January 15th:
"One of my hardest parts of my job is to console the family members who have lost their life."

Wednesday January 16th:
"Home is important. It's important to have a home."

Thanks for reading!

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