Daily Archive for June 3rd, 2007

Home again.

I didn’t make much progress on my reading today, but I got to rest most of the entire ride home since Yoshi was great enough to allow me the luxury of sleep by driving the entire way home.

Things I discovered today:
Sugar Free Jelly Bellys: They taste good, but don’t have the same consistency of regular Jelly Bellys… making them bleh. We actually discovered this when we tried them yesterday on the way to Vegas, but I ate the entire rest of the bag on the way home and decided I could get over the mouth feel because I like the taste of them.

-I should have paid attention when the bag said “WARNING: Consumption may cause stomach discomfort and/or a laxative effect.”

-I had a stomach ache for the last hour of the drive home.

-The bag absolutely did not have the warning that was on the website: “Individual tolerance will vary; we suggest starting with 8 beans or less.”

I’m not sure how many beans I ate but it was definitely more than 8.

Oh well, I’m home now and my stomach stopped hurting.

Now to make my head hurt with this Biz Law stuff.

This is being written when you think it’s being written.

It is Sunday morning, 10:30am. (Hmmm. I just realized the default timestamp on my blog posts haven’t “sprung forward” yet. I’ll have to fix that.)

I had a good night’s sleep and boy, did I need it. Even though it was approximately 2 or 3am when I went to bed, I got up on my own (no alarm) before 9am.

Now that I’ve continued by Business Law reading, I feel tired again, tho. *yawn*

By the way, I’m in VEGAS, BAYBEE! This is just a quick trip to visit a friend; no gambling allowed. You won’t be finding me in front of the Wheel of Fortune slots this trip. So there is no chance of a repeat of this joyous scene.

But aside from a really, really great (and expensive dinner) our friend treated us to last night, I’m not going to be doing much on this trip except as much reading as possible before my double-Biz Law quizzes tomorrow night.

Five chapters. I am only 2 down as of this moment. Three to go!

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