|Trials and Travails of a 20-something|
Thursday, March 24, 2005
Why doesn't Wichita have a Jack-in-the-Box? I could really use a couple very greasy Jumbo Jacks right about now. And a giant egg-nog shake.
Wednesday, March 16, 2005
I bet it says something about me that I think jogging a mile will make up for my days diet; a diet which consisted (and this is it for the whole day) of 1 giant cup of coffee, 2 cans of orange sunkist soda and 16 pillsbury crescent rolls.
UPDATE: and a handful of jellybeans
Like a scrotum, here it is in a nutshell:
Updated my wedding counter on the right there -->
The beautiful fiancee and I decided to move up our wedding date to June 25. 100 days of bachelorhood left. Crazy, eh?
I'm in the midst of spring break. Can't say I can tell that much of a difference, however. I get to sleep in a few days, but I'm still working 45 hours this week.
Started jogging again. Feels good to actually get in a bit of physical activity. We'll see how long I can keep it up.
Been applying for a few jobs. There doesn't seem to be that much call for English majors. Huh.
Life is good.
Wednesday, March 02, 2005
It's hard to believe, but I think I'm a morning person.
In the midst of my tenth semester of college I think I may have finally figured out the best way for me to get things done: Wake up early and do them at 6 in the morning. I've been trying this out for the past few months and it actually works pretty well for me. As strange as it sounds, I am actually more awake in the wee hours of the a.m. than I am at 12:30 at night. Plus, the coffee helps. Me, a denizen of the dawn. Who knew?
I've been working for two, sometimes three days a week at the Eagle. I took a look at the schedule today and realized that after Saturday I'm only working one day a week here for the next month. While I appreciate the time off, the paranoid side of me is worried that my job performance hasn't been up to par or something. I'm finding myself trying extra hard to be perfect in the hopes that I won't get fired or just kind of rotated out of the work schedule. I think failure is my biggest fear. I'm always supposed to be the best and win at everything I do. It's just who I am.
Talked to my homie Dave today. Miss that guy. Looking forward to seeing him in June.
My wife thinks I'm awesome.
Days since Dan entered into wedded bliss:
::Required Reading::My beautiful wife
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