||[Mar. 10th, 2004|02:36 am]
The trouble with long runs is not that they take too much time, though they do take a lot of time. The trouble with them is that once you've finished running and walked home and stretched, you're just too tired to do much of anything. You go to take a shower, and you end up just standing under the water for the first ten minutes because you don't feel so much like moving.
Luckily, programming homework doesn't involve much moving around, except to go get more Diet Coke. I think I will type up what I have, then take a three-hour nap, then do the rest.
I finished the paperwork for my job. It involves signing a non-disclosure agreement. A year ago when I did this, I thought I was terribly cool because my job involved signing a non-disclosure agreement. Ah ha ha ha ha hee hee hee hee.