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deskitty
deskitty
Des
Mon, Apr. 21st, 2003 10:28 am
I might be "officially" sick. (Updated)

Actually, I'm not, but I might as well be.

I'm still very sore from our game of frisbee on the beach on Saturday. Furthermore, I had some breakfast (read: danish) that really did not agree with me...and I mean that in a bad way.

What little sleep I got this weekend was bad sleep (as opposed to good sleep, which is restful, or something...not having had it for a while, I don't really remember). After all this weekend was said and done, I come back to...this.

206 Lab.

Dear God, I'm bored. Probably because all I want to do right now is sleep.

And I just realized I forgot to give Dan my notebook. Oops.

I'm seriously considering going home after my quiz in 215, and sleeping.

Update 17:45 PDT: I went home, and slept. Got up, took a shower, and here I sit. I didn't *need* to, per se...I probably would have been fine with a 2hr nap in the UU, but my body was just saying "No. No fscking way are you doing stuff today." So instead of trying to argue with it (like I usually do), I just said "fine, you win"...and here I am.

-- Des

Current Mood: sick sick

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northing
northing
North
Mon, Apr. 21st, 2003 11:33 am (UTC)

It's not easy to get good quality sleep when the sun is already starting to rise. It was a fun weekend, but yeah. Coffee = good.

My legs were OK yesterday, but they are a little sore today. I guess I ran around chasing the frisbee at the beach more than I thought I did. It was worth it though. That was one of the best times I've had in ages, and it was next to free.

What worries me is that I need to get in better shape. I'm supposed to be leading a climb of Mt. Shasta at the end of next month. If a little running free on the beach can make me sore, I'm definately not ready to climb a 4000 meter peak.


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deskitty
deskitty
Des
Mon, Apr. 21st, 2003 12:28 pm (UTC)

Yeah...4000 meters is quite a climb. Keep in mind, though, we didn't stretch beforehand, or anything like that...and running hard in short bursts doesn't work too well when you haven't stretched.

As for coffee, I'm going to try to go a whole week without any caffeine. Why? Because...I don't want to be addicted. :p

Amusing icon, BTW. Certainly not surprising. :)


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