Everything’s Not Lost

I was walking back from Lizz’s dorm tonight, and my leg started hurting again. Pretty bad, though now its OK. However, at the time it was nearly 2 AM and I had a slight limp.

A girl riding by on a bike asked me if I needed a ride. I think she thought I was drunk.

I told her, “No, I live just over there,” with a big wave of my hand.
Which, in hindsight, I suppose, made me appear more drunk, but whatever.

It was just a touch surreal.

In other news:
Sadly, my party’s presidential candidate did not win in the Student Senate elections. I got in, but my election wasn’t even contested, so that’s not really saying a whole lot.

Her opponent is lacking in experience and presents a lot of potential problems that would upset the usual flow of governance. We’ll persevere, but it’s going to be difficult for a while.

I feel like I’m already getting mixed up in the politics of it all and that’s the last thing I want right now. Senate was a big enough drain on my sparing amounts of free time without an extra layer of political-game-bullshit to complicate the mater.

So just stay tuned for an update as to whether Senate totally falls apart, or rises above it all.
At this juncture, only time will tell.

Follow Up:
Really don’t appreciate the spam bots hijacking my comments.
I guess I just need to post more before they find my entries.
Talk about motivation. But seriously, don’t they know that no one reads this site…?

One comment

  1. I’m pretty sure the girl just thought you were imitating House.
    Which makes you a drug addict, not a drunk.

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