Life of Amy

CogSci, Knitting, and Other Shenanigans

November 20, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Amy @ 4:40 pm

I'm back to having no idea of what I want from life.

 

November 19, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Amy @ 11:45 am

I balk, because this major has made me work harder than I ever thought I would. I will say it though. Thus far, it has been worth it.

 

whoa … November 18, 2007

Filed under: music,videos — Amy @ 12:34 am

Timothy Daniel is just unbelievably talented. The way he sings the word “California” strikes me with Wonderment every time. (That’s his newest album, if you didn’t get the point. It’s amazing. 🙂 Check it out!

Watch live video from timothydaniel on Justin.tv

 

Multimedia message November 17, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Amy @ 2:39 am

Please note that I cracked 4 eggs. There were twins!

 

Multimedia message November 16, 2007

Filed under: photos,rant — Amy @ 2:01 pm

“In five minutes, I can prove to you that God created the heavens and the earth, and that Jesus Christ can save your soul.”

There are the kind of people who make me almost embarrassed to be Christian.

 

even November 15, 2007

Filed under: random,rant — Amy @ 1:01 pm

Life is complex. We have our interests, and others have theirs. Sometimes, they work in harmony, and sometimes they conflict like nobody’s business. I wonder if I make poor judgments about my own interests as they pertain to others. I’m overzealous, and I don’t think things through. It’s a fault, really.

I am dealing with far too much right now. All I really want is an even playing field, but all I see right now is an uphill climb.

 

full stop

Filed under: college,rant — Amy @ 8:17 am

It’s official. I have no desire to be awake this early in the morning. I know I should take the time to be productive, seeing as I’ve got to haul myself onto a few buses, and I might as well use the time wisely, but all I’d like to do is procrastinate. It’s only the tiniest bit ironic. Time is just flying by. Today, Thursday, I’ve got to finish a lab and study for a quiz (with exam on Monday). I also ought to at least draft up part of a paper for Tuesday. I need to do laundry. I need to pack for Thanksgiving. Frankly, I will give thanks when Tuesday is over, because that means that I can breathe again. I guess I will go to work on Monday afternoon, seeing as I’d like to grovel for Wednesday off to go home early. I have no idea what will happen, but it’s getting late, and I need to shove myself out of the house before I’m late. It’s a situation that’s happened far too ofrwn.