A bowl of petunias

Today I have thoroughly been enjoying my dosage of dry, British humour.  First through the pilot episode of Black Books and just finished my second reading of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

There are of course many problems connected with life, of which some of the most popular are Why are people born? Why do they die? Why do they want to spend so much of the intervening time wearing digital watches?

So random and brilliant and wonderfully aligned with my sense of humor. 🙂

In light of the fact that approximately half of the people I know are going places and/or doing lovely things over Spring Break, I am determined to make mine lovely as well.  This has thus far included the above activities and earlier today also involved seeing a friend who graduated last year and going on a 15+ mile bike ride along a lake some 20 miles from my house.  The coming week will include the less quixotic cleaning of the car, running errands and applying for job…but also hopefully meeting an online friend who moved to the area rececntly, coffee with other friends, Newsboys concert (parents are taking me, and I certainly won’t say no to free live music I’ll at least moderately enjoy), and other fun things to be determined and/or shared at later points.

Now perhaps I’ll aim for productivity and see about getting resumes together for a few of the jobs I should apply for.


2 thoughts on “A bowl of petunias

    • lol it’s officially called microblogging…in my world it’s a cross between facebook status updates and blogging. For me it’s more of the mundane things I do than some of the abstract things I blog about.

      It has been in the news a lot recently, so Google news might be able to explain the ins/outs a little better.

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