So today I found myself with a predicament. To talk or not to talk? The ‘thing’ is that I haven’t talked to this person (a.k.a. man) in a very long time, not years but many months. In any case, I don’t know if I should call him, or talk to him when I see him. Before it was okay, but now i find myself not much interested in continuous encounters with this person, which is what happens when people do become friends, and/or stay friends. I don’t know what to do, but I think that maybe I just shouldn’t do anything. At the same time, I feel bad about not talking to him, because after all I do care about him.

On a different note, it is damn hard to find a job and much harder to chose where it’s a good place to live and work. I have researched, and found that Sarasota is the best place to live and work. Of course, that is a Sarasota site I got that at. Then The Register says that the UN says that Norway is the best place to live in the world. And if you really have to choose, you should pick Canada over the US, and Finland over Japan. Then says that Raleigh-Durnham-Chapel Hill, NC is the best place to live (never mind that it’s tree different places with very different “Cost of living, Quality of living” statistics! rolleyes)

Anyhow, I got a job offer yesterday, but I think that I can’t take it because: (1) it’s not in Chicago, it’s in Oak Park; (2) it’s not in Chicago; (3) it’s in Oak Park; and (4) I am taking 4 classes next quarter not to mention that I am taking 4 classes this quarter and after this week will still have 2 to finish. And the economy sucks, so I don’t want to pass on this opportunity if I don’t have to. I mean, it’s a good thing!

On yet another note, I have to go to the library to find a book – which I am going to have to readin French – because my prof said we were using XEROX copies, and didn’t tell me how to get them. So, I have to figure it all out on my own. And I just figured out that I have neglected to read the history book behind the readings for my history class, which doesn’t use history books as main text (viva les classics!) But I did greatly enjoy a novel that I got to read yesterday, and was thankful to find that it only took 1 hour to do the reading for today’s class, which is in itself a mirale. Then a few minutes ago I found out that my problem set due Thursday if much harder than expected, and the funny thing is that textbook that we have doens’t ever cover whatever the hell the problem set asks! ~sighs~

Now my wrists hurt, and I still have to do 2 more hours of waiting (it’s been over 3 already) so I can get a stupid book, before rushing home to meet someone who is buying something that I bought and didn’t need, so that I can pay my electric bill this month.