I mowed the lawn for my great grandmother this morning, watched Pulp Fiction with my brother, ate pizza, got on forums, played Torchlight, now I'm back on forums, and now I've got a good mind to leave them again and finish off Doom 3.
So, yeah, not really a bad day. My college called and e-mailed me to kindly tell me that I need to give them some money when they've thus far not even so much as warned me that it's past due, which kind of pissed me off but kind of is my own fault because I knew the due date for next semester's fees were coming up anyway; this just brings it to the forefront of my mind.
Here's a good question: Why is it that we can list all of the positive things we've done today in one sentence but feel like taking up the same space to tell only one negative thing?
Because we're so happy all the time, we stop appreciating how great things truly are, so we notice the unbalance more then just appreciating how great life usually is.
It always makes me feel great to help out my Grandma. (: I never finished Doom 3 - I had a hard time finding all the PDAs.@zombiebigfoot said:
On-topic though, my day has been spent cleaning on-and-off while blasting music. It's meh.
It always feels good once you're finished cleaning, you get to sit back & admire all your hard work.
Is the music keeping you happy? (:
@jNerd: No problem man, just make sure to play at least the first hour to get the story really going.
Done! I'll give it an hour to get good. (: What's your favorite part of the game? Is it a game-play feature or plot point?
@jNerd: How could I not post, when you're such a nice guy!
I was a little worried this thread was going to turn into a troll-fest. (: Thanks for being constructive. (:
I bought some water and milk. I was out of toasted honey oat cereal. I bought two boxes, and had two big bowls, and chugged the honey-sweet milk afterwards. That made my day.
The sugary milk at the bottom of a bowl of cereal is one of life's simple pleasures! A++++
P.S. I just tried out chocolate Cheerios for the first time. I give them an A- (;