Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Health, The Weather, and Other Subjects Suitable For Conversations With People You Don't Really Know

Things have been cruising along since I got back from Spring Break. I haven't had any serious tests or papers, and only the usual amount of homework (except in Biblical Foundations, Randle slammed us pretty hard the first week back, but that said, it only amounted to one really late night). I'm really enjoying every single one of my classes. Even English 2 has improved. We recently read A River Runs Through It, which is a really good story, and we have actually had some interesting discussion in class because of it.

The guys on the hall finally discovered my Halo 3 abilities (it took long enough), and now I'm a regular part of their gaming time. I've stayed up to late a couple nights this week as a result of it, which hasn't been good for my cold I assume. I have had this nasty cold that I caught from my family on the way home, and I'm having a hard time getting over it.

I've been running outside again, as we have had some good weather recently. The weather has actually been rather bipolar, three days ago it was in the 70's, yesterday there were flurries, and today it was in the upper fifties. I have heard conflicting opinions on whether or not working out is good for colds... who knows, so I'll just do what I would have anyways.


The Warrior said...

If you have a few moments, I'd like you to read my latest blog post if you could. Then comment, please!


Rebecca said...

As long as your cold is in your head working out is great-as long as you don't have a fever. If the cold is in your chest you should take it easy.So you are prolly good. So sorry that nasty family of yours shared this with you. Hope they shared some good things too :)

sherlock said...

The title to this post is phenomenal.

That's all I really have to say, sorry.