Excuse for laziness

Today I went to Blockbuster and acquired a membership so I could rent some movies. I really wanted to rent the movie “Wall Street” because I have seen bits and pieces of it, but never the whole movie. In general, the movie is stupid and boring, however, it is kind of cool to find something you can directly relate to in the real world after endless classes of stock-market information. There were actually quotes and references in the movie that I understood. It was like, woah … yeah maybe I’ll never understand all the crazy sci-fi movies, or the complexity of the Matrix, but I can sure relate to boring movies about insider-trading scandals.
I also rented 28 Days, starring Sandra Bullock. She is a good actress and I have thoroughly enjoyed every movie she has been in. Except for that one sister witch movie that came out a few years ago. That one was kind of dumb. And “Hope Floats” was ok, but I wanted to kill her ugly little daughter. Anyways … so you can figure out what I did all night, layed in bed and watched movies. I could be doing a lot of other things, but I’m tired. I’m tired of working and going to school, getting up at 7am every morning and never going to sleep until about 1am. Mornings have been better though, since the discovery of blueberry toaster-strudels and coffee in a tea bag.
I have a headache right now, and I can’t stop yawning. I don’t ever want to work again because laying around and watching movies is much more fun. I hope I win the lottery and never have to work again. Then I can do what I really want to do: drink coffee, buy a mansion, have lots of kitties, and become the president of every animal shelter in the country. I could just travel from shelter to shelter, caring for animals. When I’m old I will be like the Mother Theresa of animals.
Headache hurts and so do my ovaries. I am sick and I need some lovin’. I think the bags under my eyes have tripled in size over the last few months. I’m so tired, so so tired.

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