Well, frell. I guess this is going to have to do. I can’t swing the look I want, but I think that using the spelt-out DECEMBER 10, 2001 thing makes it look a little better than having the 12.10.01. Helps the balance some, or something. There are some other things that seem bearable (Noah Grey’s setup is nice), but I think doing it would require something of a redesign of my page… again. *crossed eyes*

The cats are sleeping with their arms all around each other. They’re so cute it’s disgusting. Speaking of which, I took some photos I need to upload (one of them if of the cats).

Okay, posting this now and seeing if I can make the comments feature work. I dunno why it’s not working. And it’s the whole POINT. sulk.

Bother, said Pooh, this isn’t working quite how I wanted it to.

Actually, it’s working pretty beautifully, except I can’t figure out how to make the date/timestamp/entry spacing look Just Like it does on my non-blogger page, and, well, I *like* my format. Darn it. o.o

this is a test of the emergency weblogging system. this is only a test. if this was real, it’d be on the front page. *blink*

So my Mom called me up and polled everyone at our house this evening, and she wanted me to in turn poll everyone online, because virtually all of my friends have gone to college (whether you graduated or not is completely irrelevant. It should not prevent you from participating in the poll).

She had two questions. The first:
Why did you go to college?

The second, a corollary to the first:
What did you find most difficult to adjust to, from high school to college?

For what it’s worth, my answers to those questions are: My parents expected me to; and, learning to study. I did not, in fact, really learn to study in college, or indeed until after I’d graduated. Not until I took some online courses through Foothill did I develop the actual discipline to study.

So, anyway, why did you go to college?