Sunday, April 28, 2002

What a long day.

The past few nights I haven't been able to get to sleep in reasonable time. I was up until 5:30 on Friday morning and 3:30 this morning. All in all, I'm pretty damn tired.

Not a whole lot to report from yesterday. I went to class. Rome and I were supposed to go watch "Jason X," but he called and asked if I'd want to go to Topeka. Knowing that this would be my chance to get the "Novocaine" DVD, I said sure. At Best Buy, I also found System Of A Down's two CD's for a good price. All said, I got the DVD and the two CD's for thirty-three dollars. Beat that.

Anyway, on our way out of town, we were looking for a place to eat. We saw a Priscilla's and thought it'd be funny just to stop by for a bit. Boy howdy, I'll never get tired of laughing at ridiculous porno titles...

We stopped at KFC to eat, and when we were leaving, Jon pointed out something funny. You know all those signs that fast food places put on their doors that say "COME AGAIN" when you exit? Anyway, Jon pointed at one and asked "Does that make any sense to you?" I didn't understand what he was asking at first, until I looked a little closer. All the signs in the place said "THANK YOU, CALL AGAIN." I understand what they were trying to keep everything in line with the whole "southern" angle, but damn, that was funny...

Woke up at 8:00AM to go to the Study Abroad orientation. It was at the Union, and I had to walk there. Did I mention it was raining? Anyway, I made it there on time and grabbed some donuts. As I was sitting down, Hayden walked up. I had forgotten that he's going to Italy next year. The program was okay, but I was so tired that I started falling asleep towards the end. The next session was an hour-long question/answer session with a lady who I didn't appreciate listening to.

For the first time ever, I actually ate one of the sack lunches provided at one of these things. It was a turkey sandwich. Rock on.

The afternoon session was a little better. We actually got the chance to talk with students who have studied abroad in the UK and students that are from the UK currently studying at KU (gets tricky, don't it?). All in all, the anticipation is building. I just can't wait to go to Amsterdam. ;)


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