Friday, October 10, 2008
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Well, its been over two weeks since my wrist was broken. Now I can't work, I want too but my work won't let me because of insurance reasons. I don't even know what to do with all this free time I suddenly have. Its not like I don't want to do anything, its a fact that I can't. I mean if you think about it takes both hands to do pretty much everything. I've been reading a lot, trying to check out places I normally would not have time for. I would love to spend this free time drawing more, but I am right handed. I find myself waking up later and later everyday, its going to be hard to get back into the rhythm again. It gets pretty boring staying in bed for more than what your brain is used too. Right now I'm watching He Was a Quiet Man, its a strange movie and in a way its ironic and funny. I don't know if its suppose to be funny or not, but I found myself laughing at some of the scene. Hmmm the movie is not finish yet I can't wait to see the ending. Oh well, tomorrow the most exciting thing for me is checking out the MfA. Looking forward to the day I get my "other" hand back. In the mean time I feel like I am a bum. I can't help it but feel sorry for myself, it goes with out saying time and time again. You take things, or someone for granted until you lose it. Boy it is true in my case, it sucks that you don't see it until it happens.
Friday, October 3, 2008
Thursday, October 2, 2008
I just watched about 30 minutes or so of the Vice Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin. It was a waste of time to say the lease, both parties talked about things that doesn't matter much. Theres so much crap that it was hard to process all of it. To me, it seems like Biden will win the votes from people who actually cares and Palin will win voters that either don't know much or voters that just like to hear promising things. She speaks just like as if she was still in a beauty pageant, you know like" I wish to bring peace and stop world hunger" I mean 'cmon. It was surprising to me she actually held her cool and not trip over her own tounge. Like when she was interviewed by Katie Couric, that was a good laugh.
I recently took salsa dancing at MIT in Cambridge mass it was a lot of fun. The class was free, free to the public, which has its up and downs. It was a good learning experience but you have to switch partners a lot. You run into people that are not really into it or you get people that don't even know the basics. Sometimes its frustrating because in a way it hinders how much you could learn. Its only once a week so its essentials you make each week counts if you really want to learn this dance. Well anyways, it was free so you can't really complain much. I like it so far and so does my partner Brooke. Well try to go again, if it feels the same we might just seek for more of a pay group class kinda thing.