Driving home I keep driving past a dead armadillo on his back in the gutter. I kind of want to pick it up and dispose of it properly because it makes me sad to see it there every day. My coworker told me, though, that armadillos have poor hearing and poor sight and when startled they jump straight up which is how they get hit by cars.
I got into graduate school. I'm VERY excited about that. I'll start in the spring. I still have to take the GRE in November but that's no big deal. Ok it might be. I'm looking through this GRE book and on the one hand I flip through it and think, really? you are reviewing THIS? and then I look at the questions and think oh that's why you are reviewing that... when was the last time I did exponents? I thought that librarians got paid way less than what I currently earn, but I looked at the ALA site today out of curiousity and it isn't a huge difference than what I earn now. Hopefully by the time I graduate I'll have paid way down my cc and car loan so the salary shift won't be too traumatic. One thing I'm excited about is the prospect that I could even live internationally. With what I currently do that wouldn't work out.
I'm taking a break from calorie counting soon. I've been stuck at a weight 4 lbs more than weight x (or weight y whichever I identified as the fatter one) for the past 3ish weeks. Maybe 4 weeks. It is driving me nuts! (Unrelated, I LOATHE that damn Train song). So I'll take a break and hopefully not gain my 13ish lbs back and start again renewed and ready to go.