I woke up around 5 a.m. this morning. Why? Because I went to bed at 8:30 last night. I was having a bit of an allergy attack, so I took some off-brand stuff equivalent to Benadryl, and I felt comatose about 10 minutes later. Probably should have just taken one pill instead of two. And let me just tell you: there’s not a lot to watch on TV at 5 a.m. However, there were two full hours of Saved by the Bell on, and even though they were episodes with Miss Bliss and therefore sub par to the later episodes without her, I watched all four of them. That’s sad. I’ve since cleaned my room, showered, paid some bills, and done lots of other random odds and ends, and it’s only a little after 10 a.m. What am I supposed to do for the rest of the day?! This is why I like sleeping until 10 or so; you don’t have to think of nearly as much stuff with which to occupy your time! Looks like I’ll be making a trip to Target. (As if I need an excuse to do that.)
And can someone tell me when it was that Target became “cool”? I can still remember when people pretty much equated it with Wal-Mart and didn’t give it much thought, and it certainly didn’t use to generate as much excitement for me as it currently does. Now it seems like everyone loves Target and can’t get enough of it. (Don’t get me wrong; I love Wal-Mart, too, but there’s something distinctly more “polished” about Target.) It’s an interesting phenomenon, as is the rise in popularity of MP3 players and satellite radio. How in the world did people in the 18th century occupy their time without any of these modern inventions??
Currently Listening: How to Save a Life, The Fray