For the past couple of days I've been feeling ill. My nose is runny, my head aches a little and I'm even more lethargic than normal. Largely as a result of that I spent most of this morning and afternoon playing Ratchet and Clank 3
and then watched the first couple of episodes of Angel the Series before watching Friday night TV. From about 9 pm I've been alone in the flat as my three flatmates went to an effigy (that includes an old pair of my track pants). I'm intending to go to bed reasonably soon though, not only because I'm tired of being awake until three or four in the morning, but also because something woke me at about 8:30 today. Hopefully this will also allow my body to heal itself somewhat of whatever is causing my current illness.
Apparently I have work for all of next week, there is a lot of work available for a change and I've been asked back. As long as I recover by Sunday night I'll be working all five days and will experience the lovely benefit of not needing the benefit for that week. It will also be almost twice as much money cash in hand as I currently get so I'll be closer to out of debt than would otherwise be the case. If I keep not spending money the way I did last month I could be out of debt in a couple of months. Getting a full time job would almost guarantee that but with me (hopefully) working all next week that search is going to be put on hold.
Sunday I should be spending almost all day at the two churches I attend, the first SundayFunday is happening at morning church so I'll be there until mid afternoon (maybe even a little later if I help clean up) and I'll be at evening church for most of the evening although I will hopefully remember to leave earlier than I've got into the habit of staying in that part of the city.
I went to the University to listen to L.T. Jeyachandran
speak on whether God is a fundamentalist on Tuesday and got to see some people I don't normally see any more. I passed by the_legionnaire
as she was heading home (I assume), el_gremmo
was kind enough to try and help me find my way (I really don't know my way around the grounds at all), although I'm a little embarrassed to admit that if I'd been watching the ground at all I could probably have found my way on my own. At the seminar/speech/whatever it was I also saw the couple that got married at the end of last year which was nice.Look at your LJ "interests" list. If you have fewer than 50 interests, pick every fifth one. If you have between fifty and seventy-five interests, pick every seventh one. If you have over seventy-five interests, pick every tenth one. If you have fewer than ten, pick all of 'em.
List them on your LJ, and tell everyone exactly what it is about these things that interests you so much.Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Attractive women, violence, humour and the realisation that High School could have been much, much worse.Cities and Knights
The expansion to Settlers of Catan, it's a board game I can hardly get enough of.Fantasy
Worlds that don't exist and never will, almost a quarter of my books come under this genre heading. (And of those I've read it's closer to a third) Oddly enough it wasn't until I was almost out of High School that I got around to really giving Lord of the Rings a try.L.J.D.Q.
Usually quite amusing and occasionally informative.Origami
Folding paper to create stylised representations of animals, plants and other things. Really though I expect it's the desire to create something precise from instructions, I've always been one of those types.Sci-Fi
Probably influenced by my early Star Trek watching I've been interested in the possibilities for what our world (galaxy, universe etc.) would become like for a long time.Star Trek
No longer having the impact upon my life it did while I was growing up I still want to own all the DVDs (of each series) and I've got myself a bookcase full of the books.TV
Partway through High School I worked out I was watching an average of five hours a day worth of TV programs. Now I only watch about that in any given week but I keep going back on occasion.