I feel like shit. I felt worse this morning and didn't go to class. I forced myself out of bed at 11:15 to see if I was going to be able to make it to work. I did make it to work and I was feeling pretty good. I've been at work for about three hours and my health has gone downward each hour. I've gone through many cough drops, and now I'm drinking coffee on this 97 degree day thinking that I heard somewhere that coffee was supposed to help calm asthma attacks. I don't think I'm having one of those, but I am having trouble breathing. I just used my inhaler and it made my lungs burn. I think that's a sign, I just don't know what kind of sign. I do know that I'm not going to use my inhaler again for a while. It feels like I should cough and get all of the crud out of my lungs, but everytime I try to do that, my lungs and throat hurt. I'm hoping that eventually, as I get better, I'll be able to cough it all up without the pain. Whatever the case, I'm not missing the show tonight. We found out that Everclear, Blink 182, Citizen King and the Show-offs are all playing at Memorial Hall tonight. It's a Coke promotion, that whole IYDKYDG thing. Therefore, tickets were only $5 or 5 for $20. It should be cool.
Have you ever seen Dutch? It was on Comedy Central yesterday and I only caught the end of it. I've seen it before though, and would fully recommend it to you. It's actually a really good movie, even if Ed O'Neill stars in it.
The new guy in my office is named Argen. I'm not sure exactly how you spell it, so I just spelled it how it sounded. He seems like a pretty nice guy. He, his wife, and their child all came into the office and met everyone on Friday. His wife is very pretty and their baby is cute. I don't normally like children, but this one was tolerable. It's going to be interesting to see how they move stuff around to make room for him, Carol, and me in this little space. Hopefully I won't have to help move it all around. I think they hired someone to plan the move and execute it too.
Speaking of moving, I'll be doing so this coming weekend. One thing I'm not looking forward to is trying to drive a 15' Ryder truck. I've never driven anything like that before. It shouldn't be too difficult, but I don't want to screw it up since Ben's dad is the one who's name is on the rental thing. I have a feeling that this week is going to go by really, really slowly. They always do when you're looking foward to something that occurs on the weekend.
We re-discovered that the basketball goals at the "bubble park" are awesome and that there's always enough light to play there. They're awesome because a) they're quality goals with cloth nets that are intact and b) a couple of the goals are quite low and therefore are really easy to dunk on. Since my friends and I don't have the "ups" to dunk on a real goal, this is quite exciting and makes the game quite a bit more interesting. Quicker, but more interesting too. Ben likes to throw elbows and thinks when he falls that Rodney is heavy enough to grab onto so as to stop falling. This, of course, is not the case and they both ended up on the ground.
This is kind of an abrupt end, but my writing mood has left me.
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