Got up early, went to class, came back, ate, went to work, and now I’m home.
I learned some cool things in Psychology today, and got to KSU early enough to enjoy a Caesar salad and some coffee.
Work was crazy busy, and I messed up a few more times, but I’m getting everything down. Cody and his mom came in and I saw them for a while.
Now I’m back at home about to watch Grey’s with my mommy.
Dane called: I talked to him for a while, and he’s talking about coming into Wings and Things to see me. I want him to, but not until I get everything down and stop encountering problems. I haven’t seen him in a few days, and this weekend is going to be really busy; I’m getting frustrated. He’s still not feeling well and doesn’t like how I hog the covers when he’s sick. So it looks like I’ll be sleeping alone again tonight. HMMPH.
Time to shower, cuddle with mom, watch tv, then crash early. I have a long day tomorrow.
“The people who are most affected have little to no voice politically. A lot of them can’t vote, a lot of them are terrorized into avoiding any kind of public forum for fear of being imprisoned or deported. What needs to happen is people that do have voice need to come to their aid and say ‘this is not right.’ This is a civil rights issue, a human rights issue, a human dignity issue and desperate times call for desperate measures.”—
Conor Oberst, talking about the Arizona state boycott (because of SB 1070)