typical

I thought I’d be productive this morning so before I ate breakfast and finished getting ready for the day, I started two loads of laundry with enought time left so that I could put them in the dryer before I left for class and come back to freshly laundered, warm, dry clothes. Ha. 

The light colored load ended up in a washer that either didn’t work or that someone stopped ten minutes into the cycle, leaving my clothes sitting in a puddle of lukewarm, smelly water. Which I didn’t find out until ten minutes before my 8:30 class started. So I started them over in another washer. My dark load was fine. Unfortunately, I put it in a dryer and forgot to check to make sure the person who had used it before me wasn’t a moron. (that is to say, I left my clothes in a dryer for an hour with no heat.) So I turned it to a setting with heat. But that dryer was broken. By the time I knew that, however, my light clothes were clean and dry and it was time for my next class and two hours of sandwich making. So my clothes went into the dryer and sat there until sometime after 2. 

I was supposed to get my hair cut. That didn’t happen. I’m still unruly. 

Also, I lost about 300 songs last night. I mean, I still have them. My computer just doesn’t know how to find them. Joy. 

That’s all I really have to say. 

It sucks that I can’t be with my people from O. (specifically Aunt Beast at this particular moment.) It sucks more that the people within walking distance I can’t be with either because we’re all too busy.

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