||[Sep. 28th, 2003|10:29 am]
Spent the morning looking at journals (instead of studying - my bad) and adding some friends. Because of my limited time, I can't just add everyone, so tried to find the people who have political or timely entries so I can jump right in on the debates, since the other people I can look at on the weekends. I never lock entries, so people I didn't add shouldn't feel like they're missing out on anything - sorry I can't just add you all, but I would get completely swamped and not get anyone read.
A bad night of sleep, with theferrett up all night (literally - he climbed into bed at 8:30 when I was getting up), and fierce acid reflux (don't know what we ate yesterday that did it, but we were both having problems), I couldn't get any really deep sleep, just kept looking at the clock. As a result I had strange dreams, most involving the need to cross wide bodies of water over which there were no bridges. (Paging Dr. Freud...)
The only one worth noting is the one I told Ferret about, wherein he and I were driving with my kids (much younger versions) and a couple anonymous Magic players, through some open wilderness area and had to catch ferries to cross the rivers. We missed one, and didn't have reservations for the next, and would be stuck there for a couple days, when our friend Sheldon juggernt drove up. Everyone got out of the car to greet him except Ferrett, who just sat in the car reading. Sheldon had a reservation on the next ferry and said he would take us all except Ferrett, who had been rude. In my dream I went to tell Ferrett that he would have to stay behind and he was a bit irked, but said, "No, that's okay, he's right. I wouldn't want to take someone who was rude, and I wouldn't want you to try to talk me into it. I'll wait."
When I told Ferrett about it his reaction was, "Yeah, that's what I would have done. It's nice to know that I'm consistent in your dreams."
Study group in a little bit - I will have been at the law school every day in the past week without a break. If I do that too often I am in serious danger of burnout.