January 21st, 2004

Moccasin eating spaghetti

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Hee! Tuesday group was fun. We were supposed to come up with classes that should be taught at Allegheny, and I came up with a huge list of them. Next time I have my Tuesday group notebook handy, I'll post them. And I stayed up til 1 tossing the plague rat with Ben again (happens every time).

*Ade writes "Cannibalism in the 21st Century" down and giggles maniacally*
Thom: Who thinks Ade is writing about eating cheerleaders again?
*everyone raises their hands*
Emily: Hey, I was a cheerleader in high school!

I wonder if one can overdose on tea. You see, my mom is a hardcore tea drinker, and she always gives me tea at home. So naturally I'm a tea drinker too (I hate coffee anyway, except for mochas since they contain chocolate). I drink iced tea with my meals (I've been eating at McKinley's almost constantly since I don't want to walk to Brooks on the dangerously snowy sidewalks), and I usually have hot tea in the evening. No wonder I'm so laid back - the caffeine must constantly sedate me or something. Yes, caffeine has that effect on me (plus the added bonus of bathroom trips every 5 minutes). I have a huge variety of tea in my room, too. I feel so... uh... I don't know. Like I should make crumpets to go with them. What are crumpets anyway?

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I love my hand!

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Random advice of the day: If you get a "sock wedgie" while wearing snow boots, don't ignore it and keep walking even though your achilles tendon is starting to sting.

Someone drove into a fire hydrant up the street from my house, and for a while water was gushing down North Main. Pretty dangerous, especially when it's freezing outside. As if the streets/sidewalks of Meadville weren't slippery enough already.

I actually did my psych homework today - before dinner! I'm so proud of myself. I woke up at 7 today to do my environmental science homework, so I'm running on 5 hours of sleep (weeeeee!). Lobotomies are freaky. We had to watch this CD-ROM video and answer questions, and at the end, this person was getting a lobotomy. I sank into my chair, winced, and clutched my scalp... it was very uncomfortable indeed. Medical stuff freaks me out. At least I didn't have one of those weird episodes where I feel faint, my vision blurs, my hearing fades, my ears ring, and I break into a cold sweat and feel tingly. Those are never pleasant. They rarely happen, usually when I get really grossed out, see/hear/think about certain medical stuff, or freak out because some doctor tries to poke me with a needle. I think they started when I was 7 or 8 and I had to stay in the room with my mom as her doctor burned the skin cancer off her leg. Scarred me for life. Yeah, that was gross.

Ok, I'll leave you with something not so gross. Ummm... kittens! And pie!
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