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Spring Break this past week was fun and relaxing, and went by quicker than I’d have liked it to. I visited Jacob’s family in Owensboro, KY, Friday through Sunday afternoon and had fun in the “Big O,” as they so fondly call it. Then I traveled to Louisville to visit Mallory and her family because she was home for a few days on Spring Break as well. Tuesday afternoon when she headed back to school (she had to go back early to work) I left for Columbus to spend the rest of the break with my family before coming back here.
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Matthew was sick with the stomach flu at the end of the week and I thought it’d be fun to bring a virus back into Kentucky with me, so I decided to catch what he had. Monday evening I started feeling a little under the weather and I only got worse as the night progressed. So I ended up staying up all night Monday being sick, then slept until early afternoon Tuesday. I spent the rest of the day lying in bed and, of course, what better day to have a fire drill than the day I was lying in bed sick? Around 7:30pm the alarm started blaring and after actually comprehending what was happening, I quickly removed my pajamas and threw on some pants and a t-shirt before running outside.
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I’m still feeling a little wiped out, but I think I’m almost over it. One of those pesky 24-hour flues, I guess. I shouldn’t complain, it could have been worse.
This morning I had a psychology test, and while I tried to study yesterday, it was hard to concentrate, so I got up a little earlier this morning and studied for it. I think I did ok, considering the lack of study time. Sometimes you can’t help that though.
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I’ve got a CS program due tomorrow that I’m working on, and then my family’s coming here on Saturday. CSF has an annual Family Luncheon at 1:00 so they’re going to come up in the morning and spend the day here, so I’m looking forward to that.