Sunday, July 4, 2010


Ok, so it is very obvious that I have not been updating this thing in a timely manner. This has been mostly due to the fact that I have started journalling - which is what this blog was originally intended for - but in my journal I can record more AND not have it seen by everyone who has access to the internet. In short: at least for now I will not be updating this blog again. Who knows, I may start posting again in the future...

Thursday, April 22, 2010

New look

Is the new look acceptable?

*Phew*...finally a break

The last, well, month has been incredibly hectic and draining. I have not journaled or posted anything here for a while and now I finally have a little while to do it in. First off, a funny comic.

Now that I got that over with, I will discuss what is on my mind, which is unfortunately incredibly un-interesting. Anyway, I have been looking at messenger bags again and have almost completely decided to get a chrome citizen with a black buckle (if I actually end up getting a messenger bag at all). Ever since my old Heidelburg University messenger died a while back after only about a year and a half of medium use I have been pining for a bag of messengers that is more durable. I cut off the emblem from my old bag to use as a patch on my new one in order to remember my trip.

Okay, turns out that I cannot write a paragraph that flows right now. Signing off.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Courtesy of Dinosaur Comics

Saturday, March 6, 2010


This week has been hard, and this weekend is filled with take-home tests. I don't know how well I actually did on either of my tests, but I think I did decently. Now if only I completely understood all the material.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


I have just reaped one of the many benefits of keeping this blog going: I read my old posts and remembered life gone by. It is amazing that I am going through the same thing now that I went through a year ago and six months ago...will I never learn?


I have been inspired by my j-term trip to journal. By "inspired" I mean it was part of the class that we had to write a journal entry every day and now I am just used to it. Really, I started this blog to do more or less of the same thing: record what is happening to me so that I can look back at it in the future and laugh at myself. I cannot, however, put anything I want on this blog since anyone with a computer that has a connection ranging from 150 baud to infinite gigabits can access it. This is the purpose of my journal.

I am trying to think of a name for it right now so I can label it and tell it apart from my other moleskine journals. Hmmmmm... maybe "man-diary."