…with mostly cooked brocoli.
I HANDED MY TIER 2 WORK IN JUST NOW! Woohoo!
My gosh, between 5pm yesterday to roughly 6:15am today, I’ve had about an hour break. That’s including dinner, snacks, dicking around, and multitasking an entry that I de-published a few minutes ago.
I know it’s nothing compared to the amount of work my other team mates do, but I like to know that I can still work under pressure, with barely any sleep, and hungry.
If you could tell someone anything, what would it be?
That is such a broad question. However, to answer it nevertheless, I would have to say I need a drink. I mean, I need a drink right now, cuz this stuff is really salty and I’m dehydrated. Hold on…
Mmm, blueberry juice…
…ah spilled blueberry juice down the front of my shirt.
“If I could tell someone anything, what would it be?” Hmmm……. I can think of a lot of stuff to say to a lot of people.
June: Thank you.
Jon: You should take over the world sooner than later. Please bang my wife.
You know? It’s difficult. However, I shall email you a reply on what I would really say and to whom. However the ones here are quite accurate as well. A few more…
Pat: I remember our childhood together. It was fun. Though we had our oddities here and there throughout the last 20 years and about 2 months, it’s cool that by ‘accident’ through your dad, that we met up again. Remember that thing I said about the back of my left nut? I can still remember it cracked you up for more than an hour that night. Just thinking back on that makes me laugh.
However, you know, I think if I had to choose one person ever, so far that I know of, to say something to, to say anything to, I would probably choose… Hmmm…
You know, this makes me think of this thing I’ve been thinking about for a long time. It’s about choosing to never move my company to Pacific Plaza and just sticking with what we had, thus failure was minimal, but never would I have the chance to meet Virginia, June, Jessica, and a whole slew of other people like James, Cygnie, Andy, and even Albert again. If I had chosen to stick with my original company, where would I be today? What type of person would I have become? How many things would I have missed out?
Passing fancies, mind you.
It’s a simple question with a difficult idea. Can’t think with no sleep.