My computer is now gone. In a box somewhere. Hopefully being sent to the Sony people and fixed. Hopefully. Since my computer has been gone, I have had to find other things to do with my time, since my siblings are approaching finals week, and therefore have much more legitimate reasons to use the family computer than I do. (Who says checking weblogs, posting at the Torey Hayden Bulletin Board
, playing online games, and compulsively checking the weather
are not good uses of my time?!)
Instead of sitting on my butt on my computer chair, I now lie on my back on my bed reading. A real improvement. Especially since I'm reading a Chick Lit book called Mr. Maybe
. You can just tell from the title, and the fact that the cover contains a nearly naked man and two pairs of boxer shorts, that it is a deep and thought provoking book...
But I have worked some (alphabetizing and photocopying camper health forms, and cutting out die-cut bears and balloons because the die-cut machine didn't punch through the paper all the way. Always fulfilling work). And I babysat some. So I'm not being entirely unproductive with my life. Just mostly unproductive.
Posted by Serene Chaos at 12:15:00 AM
Tuesday, June 01, 2004
Example number [I lost count] that I have no life at the moment:
I did complete this game over a two day period. But still.
Doesn't this make you feel better about yourself? No matter how much time you spend doing nothing on the computer, at least you aren't playing a stupid computer game called Noah's Ark
for nearly 33 hours (but it wasn't for that long! I swear! That's just how long the game window was open. I didn't sit here and play that game for 33 hours.)
I now feel like I have to go and, I don't know, study or something. Even though my summer school doesn't start for a week yet.
Posted by Serene Chaos at 9:41:00 PM