I wasn’t sure what I was going to blog about. My work these days is somewhat confidential, so I guess I will write about the “fun” things going on in my life. Actually, the “fun” things are my interaction with the incredibly smart “stupid people” up here in the North East. I had heard rumors of the indigenous population and their amazing feats involving the lack of common sense, but living amongst them has taught me so much. I could go on and on with the stories, but I think it will be more fun to just write the little stories as they happen.
I am playing with a piece of software that is supposed to make blogging easier.
– Posted using Pocket Watch Software Mobile GBlogger.
Tonight was interesting.
I met one of my friends I haven’t seen in a while. He is, of course, going through a breakup. I say, of course, because he was the third friend that I have counseled about breakups in the last 2 days. I think the holidays are tough on relationships. It seems like everyone I know just seems to stress out between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Why do we want to celebrate holidays that are supposed to be family based, when all the do is break up families?
I think the reason that there are so many breakups during this time is that people reevaluate their lives and remember what is important to them. Is sex, or a pretty face, or getting things, the only thing we are together? Or, is it based on mutual respect, admiration, love, or did we base it on the more base things that we get out of being together?
Well, regardless, one is terminal, one is questionable, and one will continue. Life goes on…
Ring the @$$%#$ bells, Christmas is here…
This is me drunk… Look closely at the eyes.
Tonight’s dinner was from Teriyaki Boy, a little Japanese restaurant on Columbus that delievers.
Had an interesting meal with Jolly Bedwetter, my clown friend. I came up with that name as a variation of some other name attached to this same clown to incessantly tease. Obviously, it is not a well-liked name.
The puppies had a good time eating the extra rice. We ordered Tokyo Fried Chicken, Chicken Terriyucky, and Salmon Terriyucky. Basically, it was all the same thing just prepared a little different. Even the fish looked like chicken.
Well, its off to the bars to get drunk.