April 7th, 2004

Fiona and me in the snow

on coffee, books, war, religion, and life

A few months ago before I started becoming involved with Chai Alpha and socializing I remember complaining about how I couldn't stay awake late and how I got up at 5 or 6 every morning. Since I got home I've been sleeping in until like 9 or 10 every morning. Lately, I've been seeing this is a problem, not because I've been sleeping in: this, I think is a good thing. But more because I feel like I'm missing something in the day. So today I got up at about 7, mostlyso I can go to sleep earlier tonight and get up before 8 to watch Dr. Condelesa Rice speak on the 9/11 commission. Should be an interesting thing.

So I'm awake, and I figured since I have some time (lately on Monday Wednesday or Friday I've had 0 time to do anything but classes) I would write. And that's mostly why I haven't written much over the past few days. I've either had no time to write or nothing to write about. THis morning however, barring the fact that it isa Wednesday, I DO have things to write about. I'll cut it in case you don't want to read it, but I must write this down.

First, on coffee, it is good, definitely helps me get up early. Its rainy outside, making me want to go back to sleep but I know I have a group meeting this morning and I need to be alert so I can convince the others to work. Its just thundering now and I am so lucky :) that I don't have to walk to class and just have to dial a ten digit number to teleport me to Fayetteville. Have been emailing some in the middle of writing this entry, and now its pouring.

Anyway, here goes with my major issues; forget the everyday bs, none of it has been exciting enough to write abou.

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Well, I suppose I should end this thing and eat some breakfast. Since I've gotten up early, I've had enough time to get hungry enough to want to eat breakfast. Sleeping in gives me no time to get hungry for breakfast, but only allows me to just make lunch. More sooner rather than later :).