we're just a minor threat

Entry #1084, Sat, August 11, 2001, 17:14 EST (Life in General)
(posted when I was 23 years old.)
An excellent quote from my Dad that I heard second-hand through Annie: "The only thing tea is good for is if you're really sick and cognac hasn't worked."

I paid somebody to cut my hair on Friday for the first time in five or so years. I'm happy with the cut I got, so I suppose it was worth it.

I talked to Annie on the phone for more than an hour on Friday afternoon. She leaves Sunday on her great adventure to Dallas, so I had to wish her well and give her brotherly advice. I think she'll have a lot of fun.

Rebecca has lent me a couple undergraduate algebra books so that I can be somewhat prepared for math 601.

The apartment is now cleaner than it has been in a number of months. It needed cleaning, and I'd intended to get it done before Arun returned. The cleaning only happened to coincide with a girl visiting later that same day. (yeah, right!)

My sources inform me that Ryan and Ashley Sisson will both be playing varsity soccer at Eldorado. Go them!

Anne visited last night. She's visiting a friend in Chicago today, so she stopped in South Bend for a night. The night didn't start out too great for me, but by the end of it, I was having a ton of fun. Brian, Anne, and I headed to Coaches for a little while. We then went and procurred a couple sixpacks and returned to my place. After a some time, I wandered over to Andy's apartment and found him. I can't offer much in the way of details for the night, but highlights include gymnastics in front of my apartment, me singing along to country music (poorly, I should add), Anne painting Andy's fingernails bright red, me passing out on Andy's floor for fifteen minutes (bringing out Andy's maternal instincts), Anne, Andy, and I heading to Fat Shirleys for breakfast (my first time there), and much more. I finally headed to sleep around 7.

Anne took off at noonish. Andy and I are spending the rest of today attempting to stay awake until 22:30 (just over five hours to go!) so that our sleep schedules don't get too messed up.

oof. I'm tired.
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