I'm not sleeping

Today I laid in bed for fifteen minutes after waking up. I'm convinced that is what has made it such an awesome day so far. I'm not really sure where this post is going to go, just. . .it's going there.

I love organization. I feel so much more purposeful with my new axiomatic approach to my school work (don't even ask). I have a little mini flow pad that I write endless lists on. I have three animal figurines that don't belong to me, but I found them in my laundry basket, so they're staying on my desk. 

I did Starting Points, read a chapter of Blue Like Jazz, finished a chapter of Godel, Escher, Bach (I always feel better about a book with a bookmark in it if I'm at a new chapter), and listened to some "house of heroes" while catching up blogs (reading a great one by Mary Kate, which all of you should go read here) It is a testament to how clear cut today is feeling that I made use of the link feature. Even the music I'm listening to seems "crisp". And considering the quality of most of my itunes library is surprising. (Hayley, you know what I'm talking about)

It's the weather. It has to be. It's cold, it's cloudy, it's probably going to rain. Or perhaps the weather is just another thing aligning itself in today's awesomeness. Today it is easy to say "This is the day that the LORD as made, we will rejoice and be glad in it." 

I just realized today that I never finished Sophie's World. Welcome latecomer to Michael's book club. He'll get to you eventually, he promises. Actually, I'm almost done with that one, so I should finish it up soon.

Today I feel wide awake.


Art said…
"Welcome, latecomer, to Michael's book club." haha!

:) I'm going off to read Mary Kate's post now, while thinking that I like how you talk about your friends, because it makes me feel like I kind of know them, and while concurrently wondering why, when I quote you, I like correcting your punctuation or spelling so much. :P
Michael said…
I would not say Mary Kate is my friend, but she's awesome nonetheless.
Micah E. said…
Don't finish Sophie's world, the ending is terrible.

"I'm not really sure where this post is going to go, just. . .it's going there.
I love organization."

I find this mildly ironic.
(off to read Mary Kate's blog)
Hayley said…
Um, we legit need a book club. We mostly read all the same books any way, at the same-ish time, and then we talk about them. We're half a step away from a real book club. We should do this!

Today, I loved how cold it was. I fell asleep in the pew at GCT when I was supposed to be studying, and it was so cold, and I was in a hoodie. MLIA.

And, welcome to the list-makers club.
Michael said…
Hayley, I've been making lists for at least five years longer than I've known you.

I will only agree to this book club idea if we are required to meet twice a month. :)

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