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sleepwalking through the day...

So...I didn't get to sleep until nearly one thirty, and slept until seven thirty. At which point my alarm went off, I shut it off and went back to sleep, but got tossed out of bed by my sister at 8:30. And to top it off, my head is hurting all the way around my eyes, which is a good sign that my sinusii are all fscked up again. If I didn't have that stupid assembler quiz, I'd check out for the day, but since I have that stupid quiz...

anyway, I'm awake, but I don't do much. I especially don't get the studying done for assembler that i wanted to. Oh well. Walking into quiz blind. Not a big deal.

Cable guy doesn't show up until fscking 11:30. Not to mention I could have slept in a few more hours than I did, but this had the effect of causing me to miss my math class. So much for perfect attendance. :P But Mom couldn't move the furniture the cable guy wanted moved, so guess who got the job?

Anyway, I make it to school for psych. And psych is okay. And then I go take my quiz.

It was easier than I expected, I think I did fairly well.

Anyway, I get home today and find out that my grandma is sick. With exactly the opposite problem as to what clued us in mom has leukemia. Anyway, now, after being reassured there was no fscking genetic link to mom's cancer (just one of those freak things, y'know?), they now tell us that Nanny's condition could be a genetic link.

Fsck.

...this has been katster's life.
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