I am not going to go day by day for this whole experience, but day two was rough. I didn't eat until I broke fast at 7:56 pm which was broken by a small cup of pineapples and a bag of melon rings candy. I ran around all day, gave plasma, worked, class, and meetings... so I am wiped out. I'll probably run tomorrow morning to get that going. My friend Zahra said that after the first week it gets a lot easier--Let's hope.
Salute to all my readers. I think I have now heard close to 100 people either comment, mention, allude to, or talk about my blog, I am humbled. Please, start giving suggestions. I like to learn and I like challenges, so I would love to talk about something you all like.
I had a conversation with a friend who has moved on and gone to law school before I went to work today, and it was welcome. I also have had the chance to talk to a few friends I never get to talk to and spend more time just being a student in the social aspect, another welcome experience.
For those who don't know (Baby Barkley) the beard is gone and has been almost a week now. I am back to being really really ridiculously good looking so ladies throw your bids in. Just know I am extremely picky and judgmental and there's no way on earth I'll like you... that's because nobody can be perfect except for my friend Miss Perfection, whom I had the privilege of speaking to yesterday.
Today's politics touches on the McCain side trying to make something completely harmless stick to the Barackster. "You can put lipstick on a pig. It's still a pig. You can wrap an old fish in a piece of paper called change. It's still going to stink after eight years."
That's the full quote and then the hyperlinked story, which has been the subject of today's news cycle. I must say if its one thing the GOP is good at it is distraction. Furthermore, the media is really helping them with their agenda. It seems less and less liberal every day... that is if it were ever liberal. Obama should have been smarter, knowing that attacks would come hard and fast for such a remark, but geez let's stop turning things upside down for no reason. McCain actually used the same phrase in reference to Hillary but does anybody remember that? Thought not.
Also take a look at one Republicans look at the current election. This is not to be partisan or to cause embarrassment, but rather to allow you to see on what a college student bases their McCain vote.