(4) Sat Dec 03 2005 13:34 Christmas bells are ringing...: It finally snowed. but then it all melted. nnow it is snowing again, well more like sleeting. The snow is too wet. but for one whole day Logan produced snow, and it was a miracle. Usually by now we have a good few feet of snow, and that is why is is a big deal. But the day we had snow, we also had a war, and now I have a cold, and quite a few welts. it was worth it because my roommate Camille and I kick some boy butt. (sorry to Frances, the now proclaimed Grammer person from Hell, because I don't care about grammer while writing narratives). We now have our Christmas tree up and as poor college students it is decorated with animal crackers. the Christmas spirit has yet to appear though, because finals are quickly approaching. We had to give a presentation in my Gender class about the Gender bias, and how it creates poverty in third world countries, and a book called "Bananas, Beaches, and Bases" a feminist book about Chaquita banana. It was not too bad of a book actually. But as I read it I had the Chaquitea Banana song in my head, and flashbacks of an 8th grade Choir concert when we had to sing the song, as Andrea Cheney, and Matt Thomas wore banana costumes and danced through the audience. Talk about a special performance. I am finally completely ready to go for Graduation, I just need to pay some tuition so I can complete my final semester of college. And with no concerts or sporting events this weekend I am going to force myself to get ahead for finals week. I have to type a paper on Health Care-fraud...any personal experiences or ideas are welcome, and I have to write another paper on the Death Penalty and Kant's "eye for an eye" ideology. I can't wait for this class to be over. I have taken 3 ethics classes, and am getting tired of it. Also I need to have a B ook of Mormon Read-a-thon, because I am far behind. So enough messing around on the computer, time to get going!
Posted by Frances at Sat Dec 03 2005 17:10
I think my home health care company is full of fraud and shady dealings. For example, the doctor wrote orders for blood tests every three weeks. They were coming every week and billing me and my Blue Cross accordingly. I had to have the doctor call them and yell.Then one time I was in the hospital, and they knew it, they sent stuff out anyhow. It just got wasted, but the insurance paid for it, and they charge thousands of dollars a month, so you would think it wouldn't kill them to stop delivery when they are told to do so.
Posted by anonymous at Mon Dec 05 2005 04:13
Narrative isn't quite the same thing as stream of consciousness, which is what you're doing.Thank Modernism for that.Go Modernism! Whoo!
Posted by jill at Thu Dec 08 2005 11:11
you are correct it is a stream of conciousness. whoever you are... Thanks Francis I need some real-life experiences. :)
Posted by camilla at Thu Dec 15 2005 22:50
haha, that was me. There's my pretty ISP address! It's so pretty.