The day started with me waking up and going to aerobics. This is good. It was a fight, though. My mind would say "wake up, go to school" and my body would say "sleep is better!" But in the end, I made it. I'm proud of myself for it.
After class, I had lunch with Adam at Red Robin. This lunches with him are just dandy. If we didn't have them, I wouldn't get to hang out with him at all. So I enjoy them.
Fast forward a bit in the day. I went out and picked up Wes. We went to Tommy's, drank and played pool, which I sucked at today. That's ok. We seem to always go back and forth in who wins. Today just wasn't my day.
We also got coffee and then decided to go see a movie. I called a bunch of people to try and get people to come with us. The only person that was able to was Abel. We saw Changing Lanes which was actually quite good. I highly recommend this film. I could try and go into why here, but instead I would like to point you to the review on the main IMDB page for this film. It explains it really well and I agree with it. I'll quote this one part of the review: "Changing Lanes is rated R for a fender-bender, destruction of office equipment, unseen infidelity, a shot of the World Trade Center, and honest depiction of the human condition." Good stuff.
After the movie, I took Wes back and I came home. I'm feeling kind of tired so I don't imagine I'll be up for much longer.
Now for some comments on things that have been jumping around in my head.
Tomorrow, I have an interview at AppleOne. I'm quite nervous about this. I haven't actually had an interview for a job in a long time. I'm also nervous about where I will end up. What type of job I will get. These are all unknown factors that just make me edgy. The whole thing goes down at 12:30 tomorrow and I believe I'll do fine, but still, there is that feeling there.
The past couple days, I have had some really bad headaches. I'm not sure what the cause is, but they have been keeping me from wanting to do really anything. I am not one that general likes to take headache medicine though. I tend to just try and sit it out instead of popping pills. Being social seems to help it a bit and particular people help more then others. Friends are the greatest distraction I have. I love them for it.
There is more, but I don't think I can write about it now. Not publicly, at least. I am so close to making this entry friends only, too. But I'm not really sure who I'm hiding from.