Sometimes I feel like a human

Man, I guess I’m overdue for a post. Well, go figure. I guess I’m overdue for some quality time with my bed, too (really, its hard on our relationship when I only get to see her for a few hours, a couple times a week … my bed that is!). But, as long as I’m at work, I might as well post. No worries, though. No worries.

Uh… yeah. The downer about doing homework for like 16 hours a day is that there really isn’t any time for interesting things to happen (I mean, screen quotas in France are interesting and all… but not the sort of thing to write home about!).

Uh. I’m not going to be evicted. Did I write that already? That was like a week ago, actually, but what-ev. Instead, I get to do a “community service” project where I will draft a proposal about how to prevent future generations from misusing the back porch … er… fire-escape. My proposed solution is simple: build another back porch, and students won’t be tempted to use the fire-escape. Huh.

In other news, we’re waiting for it to get cold again so we can build our waterfall off the side of the quad by running a hose on the roof all night. Then, when the waterfall is big enough … we’ll climb it? Yeah. But it needs to get cold again for that to happen.

OH. I went ice climbing last weekend, which was pretty freaking sweet. Actually, I don’t have any pictures that do it justice, but … such as I have give I thee? Ice Climbing.

About Mark Egge

Two truths and a lie: Mark Egge is an outdoor enthusiast, opera singer, and a transportation data scientist. He lives in Bozeman, Montana.
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One Response to Sometimes I feel like a human

  1. me 82009 says:

    so when are you going to be back in chey town