|resolutions are made to be broken
||[Jan. 2nd, 2008|01:11 am]
patron saint of optimicynicism
is it wrong to not have any new years resolutions?
two days into the new year, but i'm already content with what i've got... so far, that is.
there is always going to be that "lose 15 pounds" thing somewhere on the list, or a "don't fuck up that good thing you've got", though if i were to be pressed to name one thing i REALLY want for this year - it'd be to experience the world.
anyway, can't complain about life of late. the dinosaur and i had just returned from what seemed like an eternity together in melbourne. imagine being in each other's faces all day and all night long. the only time i got a reprieve from him was when either one of us needs to do a poo. the only time i did not have to speak to him was when we fell asleep together at night. otherwise, it was certainly a test of endurance for this relationship.
i'm happy to report that, despite the unfavourable conditions that were imposed (i get agitated and grumpy in hot weather and extremely annoyed when there is a proliferation of bugs. melbourne was a sweltering 42C for a good portion of the time we were there and it was fly season to boot), the dinosaur and i emerged unscathed by each other's idiosyncrasies that were unearthed during this "romantic getaway".
in other news, i still have not fully understood the inner-workings of my macbook pro. and there are all these web apps that i can't use because they don't support mac osx? bah.