|06. I really like seeing my rabbit |
be willing to drink her water.
My rabbit hasn't been eating like normal for the past couple of days. In fact, the only thing she's choosing to eat is paper. She'll drink water if I put it in her face, and she'll eat some hay and pellets, because she knows I'm stressed. I've got a couple more tricks up my sleeve, but it may involve breaking the budget for this week. I'm just trying to focus on my mother's words: "Money is a tool. It's not worth anything if you don't use it."
Today, I ended up watching the entire Venus Transit online, because it was too cloudy to see it well in real life. I woke far earlier than I meant, resulting in me being extremely tired, and just zombie-ing all day. The dream that woke me was rather interesting, though. Arnold Schwarzenegger was trying to bring me in to be a a part of Jack Black's "Crincess" - Corpse Princess, made up of many different body parts of dead people. Billy Dee Williams sold me out in exchange for the two of them returning his six children to him. I couldn't blame him, but it was rather disappointing that I was going to have to die, since you can't be part of a "corpse princess" while you're alive, of course. The strangest part was, I haven't watched a movie with any of them in it in years.
|My epic fail of an attempt of a transit picture.|
|Watching NASA's broadcast of the transit. |
My computer screen makes an excellent mirror, apparently.
I was rather annoyed with the telescope they were using that turned the sun purple.
It made it really hard to view Venus.
|My friend Curran's picture of the transit. |
He did a GREAT job capturing it!
Finally, I got an email today, informing me that I had misunderstood how much tuition was at the Law School I was researching. Instead of being $30,000/year, it's $30,000 total. I'm now considering it much more strongly, especially since they still uphold the Socratic Method (of which I am a HUGE fan), by offering live classroom chat sessions with other students and the professor, but I don't think that program offers even any introduction to International Law nor Juvenile Law, which is a big minus, as that's what I'd be interested in doing. So, most likely, this program is still going to be a "no," but they've perked my interest again, so I'm definitely going to be praying about it and finding what G-d's will is, and I would appreciate it if you would, too.