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I had a busy day today. I got up, got ready for the day, and drove 45 minutes down the highway to get to a job interview for a community college. Right after that, I drove another 30 minutes to Fullerton to do paperwork, get my office, turn in some stuff, and kill time on the internet until the official orientation for new part-time faculty. I've been gone since 11am, and just got back at 9:30pm. Ugh.

And my chin's been a bit sore today. I think I have a bruise. Yesterday, I spent some time with my nephew and nieces, and my nephew nailed me in the chin with an exuberant greeting in which he jumped up and down like a maniac (or a hyper 6-year-old, same diff), nailing me in the chin on the "up" part. I remember the last time he hit someone in the face sort of like this. He was around 3 years old, and we were all in Taiwan staying with my mother's brother and his family. My brother and sister-in-law were sharing a bed with my nephew, and he nailed my sister-in-law in the mouth. She had braces at the time. It looked like something out of a horror film, all that blood coming out of her mouth and down her chin. *shudder* Thankfully, I didn't have my tongue between my teeth or anything gruesome like that when he nailed me yesterday. That would've been very, very bad.

I also caved into the pleas of the program assistant coordinator to take on another class. Thankfully the same class, so I don't have to create a new syllabus, but it's at 8:30am!!! I am NOT a morning person. Any of my former roommates and my family could tell you that. Well, maybe it will convert me to a morning person. *fingers crossed* Despite being a night-owl since I hit puberty, I actually think my schedule is bad for my health. It'd be better to go to sleep at a decent hour, and get up to do stuff during the day. It would also bother my neighbors less.


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