Thursday, July 07, 2005

OMG. So tired. I was at work today from 7:30AM to 5:30PM. I have corn pollen and sweat stuck in my eyebrows and ears. (gross face)I guess I shouldn’t be complaining, because at least I am making a shit-load of money. And I promised my parents I would stop donating plasma, so there goes $200+ a month in cash income I was counting on. Sweet, sweet plasma money.

I have been so busy with work lately, I have all but stalled my summer side projects: practice and learn as much literature over the summer, and hella read-up on my publications so I will pick one sweet research project for next summer. But, whatev.

I am going to the Vu tonight with Craig, Caren, Laura, and some other straight girl. Should be fun. Later tonight I have to prepare a *side dish* for the South Farm picnic tomorrow evening. I am so goddamn domestic. Jeeshush!

Heard about some terrorist attack in England’s mass transit system today on the radio and my first instinct was to call my friend Robyn, who is in Wales (yes, I know it isn't really England). I need to find out if she is ok—although, that girl is resourceful, I know she would survive anything. To Robyn: I love you baby!

6 comments:

"the" Mrs. Astor said...

That terrorist act is the prelude to what will happen here soon.

America is not ready for this, and if you think the European stock market fall was an indictative of things to come, just wait......

But, Ed, I love your distant glance to every thing. It comforts me. I wish you were here by my side, but Derwood would object, wouldn't he

"the" Mrs. Astor said...

Ed, will you email me? I would like to ask you a question or two, my dear sweet boy...

-mandy- said...

you practice over the summer? i swear, you state school people and your competitiveness.

CollegeChic said...

Hey babe,
The attacks were in London, so our darling was not in harm's way. I got a hold of her by email and she and everyone else is fine. Just thought I would let you know. Mwah, see you Saturday!

robyn said...

my dear ed, i must remind you that you have made similiar, if not identical promises to your parents past. Although i do agree with your parents it's bad for your health, if there is one thing we learned our freshman year its: plasma donation and hair straightener do not make for a pretty ed. (the mad scientist/hobo/crack addict look just wasn't for you)

some day you will bake a glorious cake and use your cake froster! you domestic goddess you.

-mandy- said...

edward grow. i have young children reading my site. such naughtiness will not be permitted (at least not where they can see).