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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Really enjoying the planning and anticipation.
    ^ This again. Planning + Anticipation =

    Clearly doesn't take much to make me happy!
    and it's nice enough to
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    Today I had Kool-Aid for the first time in my life. I picked the cherry flavored one. It tasted kind of artificial and it tastes exactly like my favorite cough syrup. It was awesome! I should drink that stuff more often! I had other American-ish drinks before, almost a year ago I got totally hooked on ginger ale (not genuinely American ginger ale, but I just bought some that they said was American), got a bit disappointed in cream soda about a month ago (liked the flavor, but it didn't quite suit the texture), but I'll definitely give that Kool-Aid stuff another try sometime! I should try the grape flavored one, I read that once a cult leader killed all of his followers by lacing grape flavored Kool-Aid with cyanide and that just got me curious.
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    Spent the night at my sister's, spending a chill morning with her on her couch
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.


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    Was able to give myself extra time this morning to get ready at a more relaxed pace. It felt amazing and I should really do that more often.
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Was able to give myself extra time this morning to get ready at a more relaxed pace. It felt amazing and I should really do that more often.
    Same!


    (Except I skipped breakfast. Now I'm starvin'. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Was able to give myself extra time this morning to get ready at a more relaxed pace. It felt amazing and I should really do that more often.
    That's why I always get up a good four hours before I have to go somewhere, so I can have all my self-preservation needs fulfilled in peace. I'm usually up by 4 or 5 am, it's peaceful and comforting with the birds chirping, watching the sun rise as you're having your cup of coffee. And no morning stress, that's important in order to be productive and at peace with the world. On mornings like these, I think to myself, maybe life isn't so bad after all. I know, I'm weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    That's why I always get up a good four hours before I have to go somewhere, so I can have all my self-preservation needs fulfilled in peace. I'm usually up by 4 or 5 am, it's peaceful and comforting with the birds chirping, watching the sun rise as you're having your cup of coffee. And no morning stress, that's important in order to be productive and at peace with the world. On mornings like these, I think to myself, maybe life isn't so bad after all. I know, I'm weird.
    O_O four or five hours?

    I mean whatever floats your boat I would be happy getting up two hours earlier -- maybe three, max -- but damn. I hope you go to bed early!
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    What made me happy yesterday:

    - I tried a rare beer from Styria which is brewed only once a year. The beer has an interesting story, but it looked (and tasted) similar to whisky. 14% alcohol though.
    - A test I had to do on the parts of speech was much quicker and easier than I thought it would be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    O_O four or five hours?

    I mean whatever floats your boat I would be happy getting up two hours earlier -- maybe three, max -- but damn. I hope you go to bed early!
    Oh, I do. Three or four hours. For school, I'm in bed at 9 pm, usually after having read a good book for an hour or so. Maybe it would be better to spend all this wasted time on homework instead, but honestly, most homework is very boring and I get by without caring much. I think this freedom I currently have will be heavily hindered when I enter adult life, around your age. Or maybe not. I'm very passionate about a bohemian and comfortable lifestyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Oh, I do. Three or four hours. For school, I'm in bed at 9 pm, usually after having read a good book for an hour or so. Maybe it would be better to spend all this wasted time on homework instead, but honestly, most homework is very boring and I get by without caring much. I think this freedom I currently have will be heavily hindered when I enter adult life, around your age. Or maybe not. I'm very passionate about a bohemian and comfortable lifestyle.
    I hope your parents aren't SJs with an attitude like that lol.

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