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Procrastinating the Inevitable...

2008 in Review, Onward to 2009...

By thePatrick

I am lazy. Not "needs to be moved around by a forklift" lazy, but "why work harder when you can work smarter" lazy. So, I've decided to look back at last year and forward to this year all with one awesome post. Because I can. And because you'll read it. Also, I'm going to take a page out of the book written by my good friend Leigh and condense this year. You know, for easier reading and whatnot. So, here it goes...

January: "Wow, it's cold in here. Good thing my dad can fix a furnace."

February: "We'll just do Valentine's Day later, because we both get to work."

March: "Hooray for petting dolphins!"

April: "BenFoldsBenFoldsBenFoldsBenFoldsBenFoldsBenFoldsBenFolds!"

May: "Oh look, you're feet are swelling. Isn't that cool?"

June: "Goodbye anniversary, hello baby!"

July: "What do you mean, 'you don't care if Lewis and Clark would have done it?'"

August: "I may have accidentally hit him in the head with my elbow when I was turning around, but I promise it wasn't intentional, Mr. Security Guard, sir."

September: "It's okay, V.A. I didn't really want the G.I. Bill anyway."

October: "Columbus was a jerk."

November: "Let's stay up really late and write a lot of papers about Slaves and Plato and Civil Rights and stuff."

December: "$70 for a booting fee? In our own lot? While there for 45 minutes? Do you even have a soul?"

And now for a look at 2009. I resolve to do a lot of the same crap I did this year. Why? Because I'm pretty rad. However, there are some thing that I want to accomplish. I will still love my wife and little girl. I will spend even more time with them. I will graduate in December. I will pass the GRE during the summer. I will play Wal-Mart bingo. I will blog more, since people seem to enjoy it. I will focus more on the now then on the later.
Enough already. We'll call that good. It's my list, anyway.

2 Comments

Stealing it. April and August made me laugh.

Also, the word I have to type is penwa. Try waying it out loud. It's fun!

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