Avoiding Death (in More Ways than One)

We are spending so much time on death in our Crisis & Trauma class that the Grim Reaper is in danger of getting a swelled head.

I am totally slacking.  I should be reading a couple of chapters for C & T tomorrow.  But I spent all day Sunday and today on schoolwork, and I’m over it.  I’ve just now finished writing a reflection on my personal views of death and how they affect my worldview.  Isn’t that enough?  I’ll skim the chapters tomorrow.  Instead I am writing to you, buying music, and watching the Giants vs. Panthers game from the other night.

That game?  Sad.  Just sad, I tell ya.  Then again, so are my stats for the football pool this past week.  Let this be a lesson to you all: apply the Multiple Choice Test rule to picking teams.  Once you’ve circled one, don’t change it, especially late at night when your judgment may or may not be impaired by sleep deprivation.  Live, learn and, no matter how badly an opposing team is imploding, don’t bet on the Buccaneers.

(That would be my late night change that never should have happened, like getting beer goggles and having to stifle a scream the following morning when you see who you’re sleeping next to.)


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2 Responses to Avoiding Death (in More Ways than One)

  1. Leah says:

    I also hope you didn’t pick the Pack…ugh, disgusting.

  2. Aravis says:

    I did. *hanging head*

    Still, I didn’t do as badly as I thought: I called 8 games correctly, and am tied with a ton of others for 4th place this week. I’m tied with a couple of others for 3rd place over all. Hopefully I’ll be back on top this week.

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