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"Welcome to my head. My thoughts, dreams and pretty much anything else that gets blurbed out."

How days change.

Yesterday started out rather annoying. Morning headache (I'm still recovering from a rather nasty cold) and I woke up rather frustrated.

There are some things in life that don't bother me, and then there are those that erk me so bad I want to scream. One of those things, is when people half-ass something. I'm talking that, "Well, I will sweep this dirt under the rug and say I'm done".

I like to think of myself as a somewhat clean person. I enjoy things being tidy, and usually it doesn't bother me when they aren't but sometimes I just get so angry about it.

Here is a perfect example, my waitress last night took our order and then walked away. Well, that's fine, it's what she should do. However, when she comes out and starts to auction our food. That bothers me. Why would you do that? You have a piece of paper right in your hand, that says exactly where your food belongs and to where it goes.

Now believe me, I worked food service. So I know what i'm talking about, and that bothers me.


Some brighter news though, and something I thought was really cool.

On Tuesday this week, the Governor of Georgia actually held a prayer meeting outside the state Capitol to pray for rain for the drought in his state.


Then the next day. It rained.


Ok. That's really cool.

Well, that made my day a little better.

Also, I promise to have a review of Assassins Creed done by Monday at the latest. Currently though, I will let you know that I'm very happy with the way it seems to be going.


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