It is ridiculously rainy today; I guess that's our penance for having a relatively nice weekend.
I'm staying busy. A statistics test tomorrow, a poli-sci test Thursday, an animation project due today, and a Flash project due next week. Between that and trying to rehearse with two bands, and the car stuff, I don't have a lot of free time.
Last night I passed out at 10pm. Which is pretty weird, because normally I'm up until about 5am every night. I took advantage of the opportunity, and slept until about 4:30 this morning. Then for no particular reason at all, I felt compelled to clean up around the house a bit, and do the laundry that didn't get done over the weekend. Then I actually made it to my 9am stats class, and learned that the test is tomorrow. I'm still going strong; I just hope I don't crash too hard and that I can sleep well again tonight.
Friday Lisa and I went with Greg and his girlfriend Megan to the Sky City resturant in the Space Needle. In the six years I've lived here, I've sort of wanted to do this, and I finally got a chance to. It was a great night; perfectly clear so the view was great. The resturant level spins around the center axis of the needle every 48 minutes, so you see everything. The food was really good, too! I had a seared Ahi tuna steak; it was terrific! For those that know me, this type of food is not normally what I dig, but I was pleasantly surprised.
Later that night when we got home, I went out with Ed to do night photography. The moment was short, however, because my Honda blew a heater hose as soon as we took off. It totally sucked. I limped the car home with some tape on the hose, and Saturday I bought new hoses, which were ridiculously expensive. Hondas have heater and coolant hoses going everywhere around the engine; to and fro around the intake manifold and crap as well. I'm not really sure what all of it is for. Either way, it's a lot of hose to spring leaks. What I thought would be 30 minutes to replace the hoses took all afternoon. I was pissed.
Other than that, we cleaned up Lisa's Mazda a bit, and she changed the oil. I took a look at changing the passenger side half-shaft, and that's going to be fun fun fun.....
Class is starting; I guess I should sign off now.....