So some of my tomato plants are doing well, and some of my tomato plants aren’t. I repotted all my plants this weekend. I have green onions, chives, carrots, tomatos, myoga, and nira. I’m not going to say I have eggplant and bell pepper because they’ve never given me any foods to cook. :x
Not being connected to the internet kinda sucks. It’s not the end of the world, I know, but I still can’t help feeling bored without it.
I have plenty of entertainment. And when I say plenty, I really do mean plenty. Nintendo DS, mobile web on my cell phone, iPod, a book from the kiosk at the airport, studying materials for JLPT level 2… Of course, my Macbook.
The sucky thing about having so much electronic goodies is the fact that I don’t have any way of charging anything. I left the Macbook adapter in the car, which is at the Parking Spot on Century. My iPod usb adapter is also in my car. I left my cell phone adapter at home since I didn’t think I’ll need it. The DS? I charged it last night, so it’s not going to be needing anything for a long time.
Oh, there goes the airplane! Not mine. A different flight. Mine leaves in an hour from now.
Speaking of which, I’m sure some people are wondering where I’m headed off to right now. I am going to UC Davis Picnic Day to be with my UC Irvine band friends, playing music while dressed in a Greek/Roman outfit. Yeah. It’s going to be a fun weekend. Unfortunately, it’s going to be a weekend of lots of boring as well. I’m going to be waiting…
Aw, crap. They announced that the flight is delayed by 1 hour. :( Time to get internet.
For the last two weeks, my mood has been blah. More than blah. More like down in the dumps, I want to bash my head into the desk, and die bleeding from the large laceration on my forehead kind of mood.
I don’t like it. It’s not fun. I want it to go away.
Dammit, go away.
I blame my mood ENTIRELY on a certain family member of mine, who I will not name, but most people will know who I’m talking about because I rant about it enough. If you get me started, I will start going off on it. My friends and coworkers must think I’m a basket case by now. :\
So what to do, other than blog about it. Well, it’s not something I, nor anyone else in my family, can immediately fix, but we’re working on it.
There are several tomato plants in my backyard right now. I grew them all from seeds purchased at either Lowe’s or Rite-Aid. The ones that are thriving are in the small pots. The ones that aren’t doing so great are in big pots. …What the crap! I’m doing something totally wrong, but I don’t know what!