Daily Archives: December 28, 2005

I didn’t spend much time in my apartment today, and what I did spend here I pretty much wasted…

Writing: None.

Exercise: Longer than usual Wednesday disc session, harder too with both Cayla and Natalie running me around. Also walked a mile to meet up with Eric at The Vine to watch the Alamo Bowl. (Huskers won! Yay! Screwy game though…)

Food: Granola bar, eggnog, kippers on crackers, chips, some chicken wings, most of a cheese quesadilla, and about half of a spinach dip, two Long Island ice teas.

Other: Got some bills out. Shaved my wookie legs.

Fun: Neopets.

I’m taking a book and going to bed now.

My computer is back in mostly working order aside from moving all my music back on to it and playing with all the settings on everything.

Thus:

Writing: Nothing

Exercise: A walk to CVS to buy yet more after Christmas stuff. Looking forward to disc tomorrow.

Food: Granola bar, yogurt, some chips, french bread pizza, small bit of marzipan, nachos, a fish taco, an apple. Was craving salt today.

Other: Tidied.

Fun: EQ. No really, I was testing my video driver installation!

Finished American Gods and No Life for a Lady in rapid succession. I’m trying to get *cough* 20 books read by the end of the year. I’m still undecided on Gods. There are parts that are clever, and I love a good con, but I’m not sure I buy the basic premise. I mean, no one worships old gods anymore, here in America or across the Atlantic. Eric pointed out that he also missed some good material in urban legends. But I guess this is what happens when one has been formulating theories on religion and belief for a while, and gods have little to do with either. Loved No Life for a Lady. Agnes Morley Cleaveland had a great voice and imparts history in the form of “I was there.” The books covers the rise and fall of New Mexico cattle baronies. It’s a book I’m glad I stumbled across.