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Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Here's the deal: I really love Scotland. I find myself kind of annoyed that I am back in America. If only I could figure out how to live there.
Well, I guess I've been back in this country now for about the last four or five hours. I'm actually not really sure because I have this sort of woozy, light-headed feeling. I'm not tired, exactly. And I don't exactly feel sick, although I was really queasy when we were landing and I thought it was just me but then realized when we were landing that there was someone who actually blew chunks about seven rows ahead of me. And there wasn't even a cloud in the sky, so I'm not exactly sure why the landing felt so miserable.
I guess it's about 5:15 p.m. EDT now and it's a little bizarre how bright it is outside. I'm not sure if that's a consequence of daylight saving time or if it's because my body feels like it should be dark because it thinks it should be 9:15 p.m.
I also think it's weird that in a couple of days I'm leaving again, albeit not for another country...just another state. I'll be driving down to Baltimore this weekend to hang out with Tracey and am looking forward to that but feel like there's a lot of work I have to do...I just can't quite wrap my mind around what it might be because I am feeling so light-headed. I suspect the thing to do is cut my losses and watch the episode of LOST that I missed last week, unpack and then just really apply myself tomorrow.
I might also call back people who called me while I was gone, but I've already experienced that perhaps I should hold off, as I returned my aunt's call (she left a couple of anxious voicemails) and was fairly incomprehensible and couldn't really focus on what she was asking me.
Maybe I can also download my photos and arrange them in a photoset. Basically, I think really mindless work is entailed.
- Jenny, 3/20/2007 01:11:00 PM