Crunch Time!

Thursday, 1 December 2011

So I have a feeling that I'm going to have a Mt.Eden music haul... yay! I haven't had any of their new stuff in the longest time and some of their newly released tracks stays true to the "chillstep" that I've loved from the very beginning. If you want to listen or download, I would suggest on following them on facebook. They have a link to Soundcloud directly on their post. Now if only my iPod connection wasn't messed up, haha.

I hope I'll be able to pull an all-nighter tonight to get some progress on my work. I haven't been able to accomplish that this year. I've gotten much more weak-willed this year than I have previous years. Is it because I'm growing old? Or because I haven't been as healthy before since I lack much more exercise this year compared to previous years? I don't know. Either way, I gotta man up tonight. I was hoping to get a good bulk of my app-making class done but I can't even connect to the server that has all the php scripts.... guess I'll work on the aesthetics of the other portions... which are only additions and not the main component. *le sigh*

And today would actually be my last day of Time-Based communication if only I was fortunate to skip out on the colitis Sunday night. I'm not going to go into details about how bad it was (you can go google that yourself if you're curious) but I've never felt this miserable eating bland food. The 30 hr famine was at least, 30 hours. But this? I have no idea how I got through 2-3 days of eating just congee/rice porridge when I had my wisdom teeth removed earlier this year; then again, there was pain involved. It's weird. When you have nothing wrong with you, you kind of take the simple pleasures of life for granted. Then BOOM! You can't eat normal food for a week, and you have the biggest cravings for food that tastes different from rice porridge. I was SO TEMPTED to eat just one fry from the Harvey's combo I ordered for a friend (silly me, I thought I could give them the hamburger and leave the fries with myself— nope!) but I managed to resist temptation. If I give in, there's no stopping, which would've been really bad. What have I learned from this experience? I guess if I really put my mind into resisting (and being the stubborn person that I am), I won't give in to temptation. Not food wise anyway. Oh, and to never trust the iced-tea from the Wendy's at the university I go to; at least not the ones that aren't bottled anyway.

When I'm done this real-food-hiatus I'm going to savour every moment of the fries I will order, every sip of the green tea latte that I absolutely adore from Second Cup, every bite of yogurt (the kind where you can mix the fruit with the yogurt too!) and quite possibly the beef Pad Sew. A couple of my friends were eating it for a snack/early dinner today. I probably looked calm and composed on the outside, but I was really tortured by the delectable aroma their food gave off :/

I think I've procrastinated enough writing my pathetic/miserable mindset of the past couple days to the world; I've got 2 questions that require 2000 words each for a take-home exam for a Monday morning class, refinement/compilation of process work/printing of my Information Design class and my Communication Class to do and well... I'll wait till I'm actually better to film the last portions of my film project for what was today's class. In the meantime, I'll be having fun (uhhh hahahah) with the other projects.

Christmas Break, y u no come sooner?!

I can't wait to skate at the public city hall ice rink ya know :D

P.S. Who knows, maybe the Christmas Break will prompt me to do less complaining or something. I hope I haven't over burdened you guys with too much ranting D:

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