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hmmm, seems like there's a lot to say. we'll see how that pans out.

i went up to sonora on friday and went out to my mom's school since her class loves me. i didn't do much though, which was fine by me. eventually they sequestered me in their computer lab and had me install some new program to their server (since the guy they usually have do that sort of thing is never around). then i got to do data entry for all the students in the school. that was lame. good thing i only had to do about half of it. on the way home, i got lost, and happened upon the most beautiful natural scene i have ever seen in my life. it was like a living painting. the sun was at the right point in the sky to totally accentuate the autumn colors on the trees, and wow. i was kicking myself for not having a camera.

saturday and the first part of sunday were spent at the cabin of one of my mom's teacher friends. there was snow. and i was bored.

i did manage to read The Celestine Prophecy, one of the books i got while thrift-storing with bre. it turns out to be a religiously philosophical/philosophically religious book, which i'm not sure if its a metaphor or not. it tells the story of a guy who gets involved with something called the Manuscript, some ancient Peruvian text that lays out how the human race will, as one, bring about a more spiritual culture towards the end of the second millennium. well, i remained skeptical throughout, even though it had some good points, but they lost anything they had going when the reason for the Mayan civilization's disappearance came up. according to the Manuscript's Ninth Insight, their entire culture began vibrating at a higher energy level, became invisible to the rest of the world, and achieved heaven on earth. maybe i'll mention more about it later.

interesting talk with my parents last night. dad says he will give me $5,000 towards a new car once i graduate with a BA in something. thats a pretty big incentive. unfortunately it only makes my current need to make a decision worse, as it lends advantage to getting school done more quickly. i have no idea how i'm going to afford everything. :\

today i woke up early, went out and took pictures of the scenery, went downtown and got about 10 used books - Shakespeare plays, both of Homer's poems, Virgil's Aenid, The Count of Monte Cristo, and a few others. I also got some used DVDs. Worthy purchases.

i'm tired. me write more tomorrow...er later today.
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