i'm still coming off this weekend's high. which is probably a really good thing because i don't feel swamped with work now. i do have a lot to do, but somehow after this weekend it doesn't seem all that hard anymore.
i did some quick fixin of our 363 survey and emailed a whole bunch out.
i looked over the marketing and advertising plan for 375 and fixed it up.
i'm averaging 90% in my sociology class right now.
my rez events are going off very smoothly.
i contacted don wright, regional director dude for Amnesty and he said he's up for helping us out at the end of them month. Tomorrow we'll hammer out a final date and then start to run around like children who've been given red bull to figure out where, what, who...etc.
last night after 2am...two hours after i told myself i'd go to bed...i was reading blogs and was astonished at how fast this has taken on a life of its own. certainly if McLuhan's global village needed a booster shot, blogging is probably one of the best ways to do it. it's overwhelming in a way. you go from posting random thoughts about clubs days tables to suddenly seeing your face on other people's sites, and being thrust into a virtual community that argueably has social bonds as large as real life groups. very twilight zone. but not the episode with shatner. that episode sucked.
my parents used to tell me that if i stared at a screen too long my eyes would turn square.
seeing as how the number of hours i sit here has markedly increased lately i can begin to appreciate their sentiment.
only instead of squares i'll probly get cancer or something...
it's easy to forget about that on a day like this. it's sunny, the grass is green, it's warm, the oilers are on a winning streak, and things are working together fantabulously.
i'm gonna eat stale cornpops and work on more layouts now.
current mood: "In Love With a Bad Idea" by Matt Good...yes the MG mood marathon continues lol
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