Thursday, October 04, 2007

The Naive T-Cell of Bel-Air

Immunology was great today! Our skit went well, and the room broke out into enthusiastic applause after I performed my song. I'm pleased that it went well, and that it's over so I don't have to think about it anymore. Working 20 hours a week and taking 18 credits is killing me. What keeps me kickin' is always having something to look forward to. For example, Becca's birthday and the opera, quitting my job, and maybe going to California. And what am I going to be for Halloween? I know Becca liked my costume last year, but I've gotta be original. Hmmm... the TV is giving me some good ideas. I could be a diabetic, a mermaid, Whoopie Goldberg, a nun, Tom Hanks, or an orange. Nahh, those don't sound so great. I'll have to keep brainstorming. I wish I had more time to write, but I just plain don't. Maybe next month will be better.


Becca said...

You know what would be really sad? After all the jokes about "maybe" coming home with me for Thanksgiving, even though we all know you bought plane tickets weeks ago, what if you actually didn't come?


Cannon said...

"I'd recommend a life of crime but you're not qualified" - some dog guy off Dilbert.

P.S. This in no way reflects the thoughts or opinions of Cannon, friends, associates, or even the Dilbert dog. In fact, lets just pretend this message never even happened.

Lillian said...

His name is Dogbert... I'm pretty positive. I think.

I agree Kyle, original Halloween costumes are important. Too bad that's not an area in which I'm particularly talented. It's a good thing you are, though. Let me know if you think of any cool ones for girls.

amanda said...

I am seriously saddened. I didn't know that wasn't a costume last year. There must not be a Santa either. Cool Kyle, you have crushed my life.