So. What is new. Well I really have to do the dishes and there is a drunk pissing into the empty lot my one window overlooks. I do not feel like cooking so am eating another garlic cream cheese sandwich with milk. I have some green tea ice cream I will be eating later with a spoon I will probably pick up out of my sink and rinse off. It's only me living here anyway.
At work today I had to make a sign that said 'San Francisco' and ran out of room for the 'O'. So I nestled it into 'C's cove. I think it looks artistic. The teacher's whose project it actually is, hasn't seen it yet. I also had to make five sea lions. It's "International Day" at the school tomorrow, and there is a station for each important continent. Asia, Europe, and The United States of America. ( I actually brought up the fact that Mexico was part of the North American continent, but was ignored. I didn't bring up Canada because they don't count.) I was asked to pick the three most important cities in America : San Francisco and New York were picked immediately. The third one gave me and the other American a little trouble since we couldn't decide which city was more important: Boston, Chicago, the Alamo? It was defiantly an hour or so after putting the project aside that I thought, "Oh! Washington D.C.!" I guess its important, so we added it to The List representing North America. Anyway, I made the sea lions to represent the S.F harbor. I was asked to do this, this did not come from any internal motivating source. I made one girl sea lion, one boy sea lion (they are dating), a blind sea lion, a big papa sea lion that is going to scare the boy sea lion, and a sick/dying sea lion that I put in the fake rock corner. I wanted it to be realistic. One of my co-workers had to make ten cooked crabs. He asked me to help him and I said, "No". So then I had to make a fake post for some fake sign, all by myself, and I thought that I should have helped him because then I would have company and not be making a fake post. Anyway, International Day should be fun tomorrow! I'll take some pictures. The students will be watching a video on how to dance like an African, and I will probably join them. This is for the African continent station. Sorry, I guess I forgot about it earlier.