How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

The rains shall fall...

...and the waters shall rise, and all the men of the earth shall be drowned. In my apartment at least. God had a tantrum, and chose to flood out the entirety of the back room, when a waste water pipe burst. I don't know what the damage is like, but deliriumcrow was home, and said that her sewing machine was hit, as well as some fabric (but fortunately, the good fabric was in rubbermaid bins). I feel like metaphorge, what with that hole in the cieling of his bathroom and all. This is the third or fourth time we've had a pipe leak, though the first time it was a waste water pipe.

Meanwhile, it's an Oracle Fundamentals three day class for the rest of the week. Then vacation next week, and then...

Oblivion. No plans are settled beyond that. None, save that Cate will end up in SUNY New Plotz by the start of the fall semester.

I'm feeling a left field solution coming on, one of those random, "This should not have worked" ways of dealing with things. That's how everything I've succeded at has worked.

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