Today, I found the TA computer lab, to which I have a key. It was exciting because I ended up hanging out with a bunch of other graduate students and not doing any work. But there was the potential to do work, oh yes. I did print a couple of things. And e-mailed cake recipes to my aunt for the wedding I'm supposed to be planning.
Since quitting my job, I'm sitting at the computer a LOT less. Which means all my sharebros on Google Reader are seeing a lot fewer recipes and cats in their shared items. What it also means is that I'm moving around more and seem to be embarking on a successful graduate school diet, mostly because my graduate school friends are too poor to afford chocolate to share with me, so my sugar consumption has been way down since I also cannot afford chocolate. I'm also biking to school daily--going on three weeks straight now.
Since I'm not on the computer as much, I'm relying on my phone for e-mail and Facebook. But since the screen is very tiny, I'm not fond of staring at it too long, so I glance at it every now and then and return to work.
I am, however, going to be spending a lot of time on the computer tonight and tomorrow. Because I have to do research. It would seem that my computer-time will now be spent in the pursuit of more knowledge. Right now, I'm looking at programs that teach science and literacy together--how interesting! It seems that I cannot escape my science peeps.
It's raining, and I'm at the computer. Time to do some science reading and head to bed.
P.S. Graduate school rocks.