Saturday, January 21, 2012

Day 16

12:00 PM: Can't remember if I finished yesterday's post. Probably not.

3:00 PM: Oh thank God. Protein shake.

Friday, January 20, 2012

Day 15

6:00 AM: Today will be the day. Today will be the day. Today will be the day.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Day 14

10:00 AM: I've been in class with these people for 2.5 years and can't remember their names. Ha.

11:00 AM: Yeah, I said "Res. Sup." instead of "Respondeat Superior." What of it? We all know the written abbreviation is "Res. Sup."

8:00 PM: Day 14 complete. I convinced Doc to let me finish out the week. I'm sure we have different understandings of what that means.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Day 13

8:45 AM: mnghoojk. Right?

5:45 PM: I apparently fell asleep in class today and didn't wake up when my name was called for attendance. It  took a couple of pokes from the person sitting behind me. We all had a laugh. Ahhh, the sound of 120 people laughing at you. It's so filling and warm and empowering; just like Fall Out Boy or crying babies, or nails on a chalkboard.

7:00 PM: Had a long talk to Doc about what happened. He's concerned. Here's a summary of the conversation.

                Damn right I'm concerned. When you fall asleep and don't wake up as you normally would, it's called unconscious unresponsive. I'm afraid you passed out, not fell asleep.

                Okay. So, say I went on a 4 day camping trip where I didn't sleep much, expended more than usual energy and ate less than usual. If when I got home I showered, got in bed, and fell asleep, but was difficult to wake up because I was so tired, would I be unconscious unresponsive? Would I have passed out or fallen asleep.

                No, that's different. In that case you would have made a conscious decision to fall asleep. 

                Well, what if I made a conscious decision to doze off in my chair before class started?

                IF you did that, THEN it would be sleeping.

                Then, that's what happened.

                 ....When this started, you promised full disclosure, otherwise I said I wouldn't do this.

                 Fine, it was more like, I consciously decided to stop preventing myself from sleeping in chair before class.

                 That's a pretty weak distinction.

                 It's a fair distinction. It means I'm negligent like a truck driver who falls asleep at the wheel, not endangering my health.

                 You've bought yourself a day. Call me tomorrow after class.

10:00 PM: Goodnight. Hope tomorrow isn't unconscious unresponsive.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Day 12

8:00 AM: FML. Ha.

5:30 PM: In class for two hours. Can't wait to get home for protein shake.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Day 11

9:00 AM: Power is finally restored. Going to celebrate by watching Community. Very Excited because I didn't get my protein shake yesterday. It's still damn cold in here.

5:45 PM: Been so busy working on Greendale Weekly, I've forgotten to keep updating posts. Protein shake was fantastic. Exactly what I needed.

8:00 PM: School starts back tomorrow; final semester. Pretty hard to do the reading for class tomorrow. Could be a problem.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Day 10

11:15 PM: messed up day. Lack of posts not for health reasons, but for travel and computer reasons. More later or tomorrow.

Written on Day 11.:

So got back to Cincinnati. Found out that the power company had mistakenly turned off our power (but not our gas). Account was completely up to date, they turned off our power along with another apartment but only were supposed to do the other. Since the thermostat was electric, we could use the gas stove, but not the gas central heat. We could see our breath. The utility couldn't have anyone out to turn it back on because it needed a reconnect order, which can't be issued on a Sunday because on Sunday, all calls are routed to North Carolina so that only people in North Carolina get any service.

Anyway, now it's Monday, and the power is back (after I called and raised hell when it wasn't turned back on immediately at 7:00 AM.