I have so much to do that I am having a hard time figuring out a logical order to do things in, so I am watching Scooby-Doo on Cartoon Network and watching this on my laptop:
I should be making my own little movies for my assistantship, but I can’t pass up watching Scooby-Doo. Since they took away The Golden Girls, Scooby and pals are my only joy in the morning, aside from walking the dogs and eating left-over Anime Peter Pan birthday cake for breakfast. Now Drew is cooking pizza and it smells better than my cake tasted.
David was home this weekend. We played Guitar Hero, watched Squidbillies and Metalocalypse. This is just what I needed: two more adult cartoons to fight for my time. I mean, would you rather watch hillbilly squids or read Toni Morrison? That was a joke, of course. But, I can access full episodes of both cartoons online.
Tonight I am going to Heather’s dad’s funeral. I spent a lot of time over the weekend wondering why, but then I realized that I will never understand why. I am pretty sure that God doesn’t have to answer to us. Instead, we answer to [Them], so I should just get it that I will never get it. And focus on living my life in a way that pleases [Them]. It could have been me. I could have been swept away to the pearly gates, begging St. Peter to let me. I would just tell him that one of my favorite beers is St. Peter’s Porter. I am sure I would be a shoo-in.
Shannon and I are riding to the funeral together, and I am looking forward to spending time with her. I was supposed to go out with her this weekend, but I inadvertently ate an entire half-pound bag of Almond M&Ms then drove to Upland to be with Heather. We met at Payne’s coffee shop, and I had some frozen custard alogn with my coffee. I think the HUGE amount of sugar made me sick. I was fine when I left Upland, but then I got about half-way home before I started sweating, chilling, and feeling like I was going to throw up. My mom is diabetic, so you would think I would pay more attention to the amount of sugar I eat. However, I was reading and just kept eating the M&Ms until I realized they were all gone. It happens.