has anyone else been watching push, nevada? it is a great show. i think everyone should watch it. gotta love any show in which the main character is an agent for the IRS and an accountant. no, seriously, i like it.
have been working a lot. got paid today, 58 hours over the last 2 weeks. that is... um... just about 6 and a half weeks of time at pcco. woo. my bosses love me. they give me special tasks to do, and last night, patty told me that the managers all "think i'm very special." i am interpreting that as a good thing. and ruthie says that i am the only one she can trust to clean to her standards. oh, the irony. [looks around the room... has isodore been here?] but tonight was really slow, on account of the RAIN at NIGHT (have i ever mentioned how much i hate driving in the rain at night?) so ruthie set me free at 8 instead of 9. so i ate dinner, walked around the mall looking for a new watchband and a wallet, and got home just in time to watch push, nevada (see above).
i have been doing a bit of teaching, too. yesterday i wrote a test for ester to use in her general music class. i got home last night at 11:45, and got very very little sleep. well, i crashed as soon as i turned the light out, which wasn't until 12:30, but then 5:50 came far too soon. (i had to type up the test.) kids can be real hos, you know that? why can't they stay little poop machines forever? they are much cuter (especially when you don't have to change them.)
i have been pondering some more, and have been considering the idea of putting off grad school until next fall and working at BABW all spring, full time if i can. the way i figure it is, if i start at the beginning of the year, there will be more people in the same boat as me, and i will have the opportunity to make friends (which you may have noticed i have a little trouble doing), as well as i will be able to start sequence classes and not have to delay them.
well, noone i wanted to talk to has signed on, so i will go play kingdom hearts now
and now my foot is asleep