Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Humidi-bucket



I can't believe Canucks lost tonight after starting with a 2-0 lead. Sigh, now they need to come back from a 3-1 deficit.
As you can see above, I'm trying to make a makeshift humidifier. For the past few weeks, I've been waking up sniffling and stuffed up. It's pretty much gone now after all the vacuuming and cleaning and almost dust-free in my room, but it's odd because I'm still waking up to nosebleeds. I'm guessing the dry factor now. I don't really have a humidifier, but apparently having water in the room works as well? Hopefully I'll wake up tomorrow not having to worry about my nose for once.

3 comments:

Me said...

mmm...it is a blurry line.

to me being a pushover is doing stuff for people that you don't want to do, regardless of whether you gain something or you think you gain something.

gaining trust, karma points, etc etc yea those are reasons why people do stuff for other people, but you outta WANT to do those things for people that you value and you want to gain the trust off.

now, if you are opening the door for someone you don't know at the mall or whatever, do you really want too? maybe, and lets say you do open it, does that make you a pushover? in that case i would say no because you haven't really lost anything.

when you give people rides, that you don't really want too (i fall victim to this too), how do you say no to lets say a coworker? if you don't really want too i think you outta say no beecause are they offering to pay for your gas? BUT if you actually want too because you genuinely wanna help them out, then i don't think thats being a pushover.

i know it is blurry. i dont even know if any of that made any sense. hahahhaha

Me said...

personal goals? mmmm sure...like being more determined about my languages...haha! it's a skill i really want to have and considering where im working right now it would actually be super valuable!!

Me said...

haha yea. actually me and a friend of mine want to get dilligent about our mandarin. we both have a pretty good base to start on.