Math really could fill up a lot of gaps, if you let it. It's better than Calgon at taking you away, I put forth, though I confess I may have zero experience with Calgon, unless there was some in my grandmother's bathtub or something. But we all know you can only stay in the bathtub for so long before it gets too cold, and if you've been luxuriating the tap doesn't produce hot water again fast enough, if there's even any left, to save you making the tub even more cold before the warmer arrives, so then you just decide "Ah, hell" and go ahead and get out, dripping and chilly.
Somewhere in the next fortnight I've also got some 20 questions to play, per an arbitrary choice of personal homework I made. Just the questions, not the answers. Fits with the theme. FIts with something our chorus director said tonight, too, but I don't remember exactly what. And something else I heard today, something that reminded me of the math like that, and made me lol.
It's been such a long day I actually keep forgetting for big hunks of it, as I'd forgotten to remember this morning, an odd stressor that may well not mean anything but seems to have ripples as if it was a big rock dropping through the surface of the pond, so I guess it is even if the big rock didn't actually drop. Where did the big rock go? I dunno. It is an uncertainty I may be called upon to accept. Meanwhile it has its chilling effect, when I remember that it does, and when it's reacted to that way.
Really could use tomorrow off.
Maybe I will take a day off soon.
A day off is not so much of a day off as a day off was before I got a dog.
Dang, past 1 a.m. Without doing much of my homework at all. See? It's about time.
Playground rhyme from my youth that never made sense to me (as in What, just cuz it rhymes you have the right to physical violence?):
It's about time
It's about space
It's about time I
Slap your face