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Where'd my Thursday go?

Sugar poisoning...that's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it. OTOH, I was pretty tired to start with, so it's no big surprise that I came home last night, sorted through the mail (e-mail and snail mail both) and went to bed early after unenthusiastically eating a turkey bologna sandwich for dinner. It's a measure of how tired I was that I didn't even bother to open the new copy of Aerosmith's Pump that came in the mail from yourmusic.com, or the new stockings from Apria either.

This morning was different. I woke up at 5:15, noodled around the Internet (while listening to Pump) before finally getting ready for the day, and then headed off for Denny's 5th Avenue Bakery, hoping it was a bakery-cum-cafe. Sadly, this was not the case, though their baked goods were okay; I wound up stopping at the SA on Nicollet and grabbing a couple of their breakfast sandwiches (too long in the heatlamps, those were) and a quart of milk to wash down various baked items with. (No, this will do my waistline and blood sugar no good at all.) After that, I drove in to work, and here I am. There's not much to do today, so I guess it's just as well they're letting us go at 3:30.

Currently reading: William Dietz' HALO: The Flood

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digex
May. 26th, 2006 05:56 pm (UTC)
PUMP is a great album - that album saved my
life once (or at least was a big part of surviving
things)

doug
wombat_socho
May. 26th, 2006 06:08 pm (UTC)
Interesting. Maybe I ought to listen to the whole thing - I basically bought it just for "F.I.N.E." and "Monkey On Your Back", the latter of which just sticks in your brain and won't come loose. "Going Down" and "Janie Got Her Gun" got played to death, of course.
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