Wednesday, May 12, 2004
I felt kind of depressed today, but I'm not sure why. I just know that I have a lot of changes going on in my life right now with the purchase of the house, coming to the end (maybe) of my college career, and not knowing where I want to go from here. One day at a time, I guess.

I worked all day today at Providence from 12-8:30, then after work I took Cindy home (we car-pooled), and then I went to Grandma's for a few hours to hear Landon play at the weekly Wednesday night session. I talked to Matty for awhile (who plays bodhran drums), and Jim Chapman, who plays bouzouki and whistles, so it was nice that I wasn't just sitting there the whole time by myself with no one to talk to. I had invited Sharla and Cindy to come with me, but neither one came. I'm just glad it ended up being fun anyway.

We didn't get home until almost 12am, then we read until 12:30am. Landon is reading a history book, and I'm reading a non-fiction book about Phineas Gage, a man who had a railroad spike blown through his head in the 19th century and lived to tell about it. It is one of the amazing cases in brain science that still baffles physicians.

Anyway, I must go for now.



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