I really have nothing to say, but feel the need/urge to write.
Of course, I'm also feeling the urge to grab a calc text book and to start relearning calc. Evidently, I feel the need to do a task with a clearly defined goal and method.
I signed up for LiveMocha, to teach myself Hebrew. For a while, they didn't actually offer Hebrew 101, which isn't too surprising - the website is free, after all, and Hebrew isn't that common of a language to easily throw together lessons.
I finally logged in to find that they now have Hebrew 101 - for those with little to no experience with Hebrew. "Great," I thought, "that's me!"
Yeah, no. The first lesson? On pronouns? Has words written out in Hebrew characters.
They never teach you the Hebrew Alphabet.
In other news, I am slowly falling victim to a cold. Tickle in the back of my throat, wanting soup, slight headache? Yup, got 'em all. I'm just glad that the slow addition of symptoms means that I do NOT have a version of the flu. I have no plan to get the flu and many, many plans to avoid in. (No, said plans do not include a flu shot.) I don't work with the public for a reason.
Speaking of needles, I can now sedate a horse with intravenous medication. And the horse, in theory, is the only one that ends up woozy.
I'm riding in a horse show this weekend. I refuse to be sick for that. I am a bit nervous, as the LAST time I rode this horse in public, he bucked me off. Goals for the weekend: don't die of illness, don't fall off, no refusals or rails in cross-country and stadium.
There is a stink bug on the bed next time. Kittens are being woken up, sheets are being changed.