It's 5:59AM. I'm sitting in front of the computer with no pants on because they're in the dryer. They've been in there since last night, but they're not dry because someone put the dryer on the "fluff" setting. Hopefully they'll be dry in 15 minutes so I can walk down the street to get a ride out to powermax from my coworker. I'll be there from approximately 7 until noonish, at which point I get a ride back to my house. Then I'll get on my bike and ride to Type Foundry and work on the studio, probably until at least 8 or 9. Tomorrow, repeat. Friday, repeat. Hopefully without the pants fiasco. What the fuck is up with the fluff setting??
Yesterday my day was even better - wake up at 6, bus to work, try to take the bus to type foundry around 12:15, stand in the rain waiting for 25 minutes, realize bus has been missed, eventually get a ride home with a friend, ride bike to TF around 5:45, ride really fast to meet nate to get a ride to groadies practice at 7:15, eat a sickening amount of chimichanga, somehow not finish practice until 11 fucking PM, ride home really really fast, inducing the worst cold-ears headache I've ever felt in my life, get in bed, fall asleep. (oh, I guess before I fell asleep, I got out of bed and went downstairs to put my clothes in the old fluff-dryer, just for kicks.) Ever since I was young, my ears have been super sensitive to the wind. Like, maybe if it's 95 and humid I can ride down a long hill with no ill consequences, but usually a bike ride of any length is accompanied by ear discomfort, if not pain, depending on the temperature. If I put my helmet on over a hood, then it's way better. I didn't have one last night and I didn't think it would be like 61 degrees at 11PM on august 29th. I seriously felt like my head was in a fucking vise. Plus I wanted to puke from exertion / chimi grease.
OK let's go get these pants out of the dryer...ahhhhhh. Dry and toasty warm.
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