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a cup of tea...

I have lots stewing in my head right now just begging to be blogged about, but I'll have to pick a couple and just go with them.

Today I found a book in a donation pile that taught English by way Bible verses. It was disturbing... I mean, sentence diagrams of John 3:16? I think that might just cross a few lines. I'm keeping the book though because it is just that strange. I asked someone in the office if it was bad of me to keep them, and she said that I was showing it honorable disrespect. I laughed.

I'm doing something new and different tonight. I'm hanging out at a coffee shop with a friend who is doing some reading for school. I feel all cool and hip being one of the mac users... my old laptop was just that... old. It was a chore to get it online anywhere, but this one is sleek and great. I feel like I joined the cool kids club or something. In any case, I hope to work this sort of thing into my life some more, I just wish that there were places here in town that did an open mic night or something equally cool. Some of my best memories in college were attending open mic nights at Espresso Royale, and although their coffee was usually sub-par, there was some great (and horrid) talent on Tuesday nights. It also gave me the opportunity to do some people watching that I love doing. It also gives me the opportunity to just take in a different atmosphere. My apartment has been filling me with a sense of ennui. I get home and am completely annoyed with the boredom that ensues when I set my foot in the door. Thankfully I can get away from it all through books or by simply getting out of my apartment. Hopefully I'll cure myself of that feeling after the next few weeks as I have some trips coming up that should entertain me enough to want some quiet and solitude when I get home.
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