Return to Madness
It’s just after midnight, and I have some time to sleep before I get back to work after a week off. Not excited one bit. My job isn’t horrible, but it’s psychologically frustrating and I am hating the public school district/system more and more.
I’m also hating how CoD was poop today. In other words, I played like crap… and not just any crap… really bad crap. In my last game I think I had about 6 or 8 deaths before I managed to get a kill. It was Hardcore Team Deathmatch. It sucked. I’m much better at FFA.
Lisa and I drove out to the desert to pick up a rock, but not just any rock… a very specific, supposedly heart-shaped rock that Lisa spotted there on the day I proposed to her almost 10 months ago. Wow, has it really been that long? I guess that’s not that long.
The meds I’m on don’t seem to be solving much. They make me feel better in the moment, meaning that I’m not so down-in-the-dumps on a normal day-to-day basis. However, it seems to be more of a cover-up than a long-term solution. Yay for hyphenated phrases.
I’ve reinstalled Windows XP. After some extensive use of Windows 7 I have decided that Microsoft doesn’t like me. They’ve removed some key features that I previously found quite useful. There were also some other minor changes that just made my computing experience unpleasant. Additionally, some of my most important software did not have Windows 7 compatible versions. Now that I’ve got Windows XP back, I feel a bit more… free, I guess one might say.
I’m going to go to bed now.
This entry was posted on November 30, 2009 by vertigoelectric. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with back to work, call of duty, cod, compatible, desert, frustrating, hyphenated, madness, meds, microsoft, midnight, paxil, proposal, windows 7, windows xp.