Monday, December 04, 2006

Crabby

I don't feel well, I am incapable of learning and applying organic chemistry, and I've run out of things to throw across my room.

I have this increasing notion that there is currently a stress induced ulcer forming in my stomach. That would explain the nausea and stomach pains.

I'd really like a large blunt object right about now...no reason.

So yeah. Happy day.

8 comments:

onewomanwonder said...

Bridget....I will say a prayer for you. Dont forget the study prayer!
Good Luck!

Rob said...

Perhaps blunt objects (and sharp ones too) should be kept away from you for the time being. On a serious note, your hard work will be reward in time. Back to a less serious note, the stomach pain goes away when you stop eating the razor blades.
It will all be over soon, and you'll have a whole month off with no studies to worry about.

Ryne said...

Solution: Ice cream, ice cream, some pizza, and starbucks (and LOTS of it)

Ogre said...

I second Ryne's plan. Friday?

slskenyon said...

The best thing to do in times like this is to employ what I call the "Jerry Springer" solution. This entails the consideration of cases far worse than yours that take on a cartoon-like pathos. For example, in your case, I would suggest musing on my friend Chris. Poor Chris, thin-as-a-rail-runner that he is, suddenly came down with some inexplicable stomach ailment a few months ago. Turns out it had to do with a prescription he had been taking for a while. The result was months without meat, dairy, or bread products. In fact, we were in England at the time, and in the hub of husbandry at that, so I'm not sure what he ate, honestly. Yes, he is alive today, worry not. In fact, I think he is selling his experience in the form of a new diet fad for the consumption of the general public.

Cat said...

I have one word for you.... drugs! Just kidding of course.

Yep, remember the prayer, draw on my prayers and eat small frequent meals. Ask St. Francis to help you out... oh, also St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton. They will pray for you!

Anonymous said...

I have a long screwdriver if you would like to borrow it!

Mary said...

why did God have to create chemistry? Organic and inorganic. did he do it just to test our faith bridget? I wonder sometimes.

I just finished my chem final. Peace be with you.