Well, it's the end of the road as we know it. And I feel fine, of course.
The date of project turn-in is upon us and I couldn't be happier as I have been twelve kinds of stressed out, and I'll tell you why. I was sure I would never get my project (and that I was being smited--smote?--) done for these reasons:
1. My video camera died throwing any and all of my original ideas out the window.
2. We did some recording that took a good few days off my life and the life of my father. It was fun but probably one of the most stressful aspects of the project.
3. While in Nashville for what was supposed to be two days, I went to renew my tags, failed emissions and took it in to the shop. It took 7 full days of missing work and $1400. Awesome.
4.I have no internet and my computer is so lovely that it only works on the third minute of every first Tuesday on alternating months ( well, that may be slightly exaggerated) and so I had to spend a full 6-8 hours a day in the computer lab when I finally returned to Chattanooga. Then, in the middle of the eight hours the power went out and I lost more ground than I care to mention because the mantra "Save, save, save" clearly means nothing to me.
5.God called. He wanted his lunch back. Salmonella tomatoes, anyone?
Anyway, needless to say I'm thrilled to be done and ready for a rockin' vacay with my mum in a little over a week!!! Rock on Florida!
Love you all!
P.S. Have you SEEN the Dark Knight yet?! Go. See It. Now. Plus, also, Once. That movie is one of the greatest things I've ever seen. Mostly 'cause I'm a big, fat sap. The End.
Saturday, July 5, 2008
... but I did eat a rat once...."
God Bless the U.S.A. right?!
I've been back in the U.S.A. for a week now and America is so happy to have me back, it treated me to a whole fireworks show and everything! I mean, I know America loves me and all, but that was just too sweet! AND most of Nashville showed up at the Riverfront to celebrate my homecoming! I mean, how lucky am I?! Well, I guess maybe our nation's birthday may have had something to do with that, but I'd like to believe the former.
Oops, gotta run. This will have to be continued....