Man. I can hardly believe it. It's done. I'm done. With university. With all that crap and shit that I've been harping on about for the longest time already. It's finally over.
And that's when it begins.It almost feels as if my life is putting on the brakes. Just for a second and then I get shot straight back out again into the real world just when I was getting comfortable in my cozy shell of this miniature world which I had enclosed myself in for the past two weeks when I was sitting for my exams and preparing for them.Apparently I forgot about the outside world for a while there until I realised that I actually am still employed part time with the Dr. Wood Mind Challenge team in Melbourne. I'm returning to selling KCs and other puzzle games tomorrow at Myer Chadstone for a seven hours pitching our products to kiddies and parents alike. And I'll be doing it again on Saturday as well. That's fourteen hours of sales pitching man. Good golly, that's like XXX AUD in just two days. But I'm gonna be beat by end of Saturday so don't be too happy for me. Yet.
It would be nice to get back into the real world out there after being cooped up for so long. There's that Tasmania trip which I'm leaving for on Monday for six day so that should be good. There's about a million things buzzing in my mind right now but it's too strenuous on me to sort them out all now. My mind feels like it just got submerged in a bath of cold water and its too numb to function properly seeing as how it's still in there.
I wish I'd have captured a snap shot of myself at that moment when I handed in the last (hopefully) exam paper of my university life today. Then add a some tint and Photoshop effects here and there and voila, presto, it's still life as exams can only create.
Anywhos, I really need to take a breather or a nap for a while before I crash all over the place. Will be here if you need me. Not going anywhere for the moment. And neither is my brain.Oh and in other parts of the world, Happy Thanksgiving Day to those who celebrate the day of roasting a whole turkey with stuffing, pumpkin pie, mashed taters, apple cider, and cranberry sauce. I believe the day is to celebrate the day of giving thanks for the harvest during those olden and medieval days or lore and yodelling and whatnots. After several centuries of desensitizing, it seems to be more of a celebration to eat turkey and gorge on lots of food. Or I could be just a tad bit insensitive to other people's traditions.
What do you think, Mr. Gobble?Anyway seeing as how I've been posting up quite regularly some yummylicious looking guys, here's the latest boy toy in the growing collection.
If you don't already know or refuse to catch up to Heroes, he's just one half of the gorgeous pair of heroes out to save the world, one shirtless bod at a time. Man, I miss my weekly dose of half naked Milo. Damn you, Tim! Bring back Milo!