Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Where have I been?

Sleeping more. I missed a very important meeting on Tuesday due to it. I hope they understand. I really love to sleep because in my dreams, I can do anything and if it does not turn out well, I can always wake up and everything will be back to the way it was when I left it. It's very liberating. Once I tried to start keeping a "sleep journal." That didn't last long, of course. I'm not very good at keeping up with journals and such. I'm not sure why, exactly. It would be fun to look back on things. Instead, I just have the vagueness of my memory to go by. Maybe it's for the best.

I got a cool, new job working for the school I attend. It's through the federal work-study program. The pay is awful and I can only work a max of 19 hours, but it's still cool. Much better than the previous job I had, anyway. I'm not sure when I'll start, but I'm pretty sure it will be soon.

So, for the most part, everything is going well. Hope it stays that way. Only time will tell...


BMG said...

...Only time has no tongue...if time could tell us anything it should be when we are out of it!

A journal reflects a degree of organization possessed by the diarist; the clearness of purpose, the cleanliness of the page, the tidiness of the desk, the mindful periodicity of an obsessive compulsive personality. Few free spirits ever leave a journal, it is a disciplined task, best suited to those innately curious about the origins of their thought, rather than those who seek a mirror of their soul.

"mens sana in copore sano"

The blog is a great commits to paper what might well have become, to quote you, Dear Me, a vague memory

Medusa said...

I'm very glad you enjoy it.

You know, time could actually tell us when we are out of it. Of course, since we'd essentially be dead, we wouldn't be able to pass this knowledge on to the living. I doubt this is true, but it makes as much sense as some of the other crap people believe.

I am quite the free spirit, I'm afraid...