What's funny is that most NH mountains are more prominent than anything in Colorado. Colorado is on a massive elevated plain, and what counts for "mountains" are dinky hills, which we have plenty of here in the Granite state, as well.
You got that right.
Howdy from 501 (nee 121, 146 alum)
This. Very fitting.
Rest In Peace.
The Original Series crew is slowly leaving us. It's a shame.
I've been reading back on some of these journals I've written and realised how much of a fool I've been so far in my life. It's not hard to see where I've fucked up, dropped the ball or just plain not followed through.
Oh the fuck well. Don't care. Next?
My poor, poor, neglected journal. How I've abused you so! I am guilty of the most heinous of offenses and now must face the most grave of punishments.
Or something like that.
Soon I'll have a writeup about Shana and Matt's wedding, along with some details about what's been going on this summer.
In the meantime, random entertainment in my world:
I have a buddy back at school who is getting a kidney transplant next week. I asked a mutual friend for some crashspace so I could head up and wish him well, and give a general visit to my peeps in Rachacha. My friend whose place I was going to crash at said they'd have to check with their parents. Cool by me.
I don't know what to lament.
Jeff thinks we should do a study in online lamentation. I'll see what I can do.
I have spent five years at college and not gotten a degree yet. SO my fault.
I have so far spent over $120,000 on school. My fault.
I am going to be indebted to my parents until I am 35. Oh Yeah. My Fault.
The two most common things in the Universe are hydrogen and stupidity. -- Harlan Ellison