Kevin Murray (claystorm) wrote,
Kevin Murray

I am going to be feeling that in the morning...

Tonight I am not making the same mistake I made last night, I am going to bed at something that should resemble a decent hour (midnight at the latest). Last night I made the mistake of staying up to almost 2:30am doing laundry among other stupid things.

For some reason, I still have not gotten used to having my own washer and dryer, and I still feel like I have to get everything done in one night just like when I lived in my apartment and had to truck my dirty clothing half way up the hill. Really I know I can just leave crap in the washer and the dryer and not have to worry about it, but somehow when it comes to doing laundry I can not put that into action.

So, since I was stupid and only went to bed last night at 2:30am, and then getting up at 7am, I only got 4.5 hours of sleep. All day today I was feeling the lack of sleep. In my math class, I felt like I could just pass out (I came close, but I did not). Also all day at work today my butt was dragging.

My new phone came in today, and I must say that I am pleased with it. For those of you who may want to drool over the phone, its the HTC PPC-6800 aka The Mogul.

Since my phone did come in today, after work I went over to The Sprint Store so I could get my contacts moved over. Somehow that ended up taking about an hour and I did not get home until about 7:30pm. Not too long after I got home, mom and dad called wanting to know if I had eaten dinner yet (which I had not) and if I wanted to go with them to Johndhi's (used to be known as: Geezambonis) in the North Valley for dinner. I said yes, and agreed to meet them there around 8pm.

Dinner was awesome as normal, as I have never had a bad meal at Johndhi's. I arrived home after 9pm and I have been catching up on my TV and trying to get my new phone synced with my outlook info and such. Bed should be coming soon, cus I really do not know how much longer I can stay up.
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