Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Two Months

Those two months were not fun.  For no particular reason; I can't blame it on terrible things happening, or even a lack of wonderful things (Obama! Europe! I'm still, beyond expectation, employed!).  I suppose this is what is termed a "quarter-life crisis".  I am not enthused.  As a psych major, I recognize that this is normal, and that it's something that can be dealt with.  As an individual with a deep affection for logic, I completely reject the idea that I could be this overwhelmingly unhappy when I have so much to be thankful for.  These two views don't really reconcile.

And so, after too many weeks of trying it my way, I'm going to try it another way.  Less logic, more frivolity.  I'll let you know how it goes as it happens.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Whoops! That was a long break!

A quote from yesterday's Daily Show, to ease us in:

STEWART: Washington was, so, crowded today. There were so many people. You as a bishop were sort of doubly handicapped in that situation because you are only allowed to move diagonally. How is that negotiating the crowds?

ROBINSON: John, you have to understand; there's a queen on the board as well.

Hope everyone had a wonderful Obamaday!