Today is day 44, which is bad luck because 4 is the Chinese 13. Accordingly, things were weird today.
The bus driver I had on the way to work was terrifying. The entire ride to work was a symphony of car horns. I got stuck at work with nothing to do for two hours because a class got canceled but no one bothered to tell me. And my last class of the day was a new student who was remarkable taciturn, even for a Chinese student (they tend to be shy). Plus, I am almost certain she was holding her hair back with a giant piece of black velcro. I spent two hours wondering what would happen if I pulled it off.
In less unluck news, one of the Blue Rocketships has taken off. There's even a few finger marks in the dust where someone reached up and pulled it out. The other one is still flying, though. I got a chance to check out elevator #3 and it was Rocketship-free and the interior was pristine. Not surprising, because it's haunted.
Also last night I gave myself a haircut and it came out pretty well today. I was pleasantly surprised because I was a bit cavalier about it. I've pretty much given up on my hair. My hair's been on strike for about six months now, so my main concern is to keep amy more of it from breaking off. This climate is not follicle-friendly.
I was on Pinterest about five minutes ago, and I saw some things that have disturbed and disordered my mind. I would like to share someof my distress with you.
First of all, the best thing you can do for your health is to stop looking at photoshopped pictures of strangers and stop reading judgemental articles and quotes about eating habis. True, I am neither a model nor a paragon of healthy eating, and have never once as an adult worn a size six---but, based on my experience and that of others I know, I believe that no one ever really got anywhere with improving their health without first learning to love themself as they are. Perhaps that sounds counterintuitive, but I'm not talking about being satisified with your current state. I don't mean to become complancent. I'm saying that the attitude "I am awesome and through hard work I am making myself awesomer," gets you further than "I am wretched, and if I make myself suffer enough I may become a little less repugnant."
That's the thing.