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five page paper, intelligent robot, watershed management software, and a new cellular phone. that's what's been keeping me busy as of late, and frankly they're all nagging bitchen that i have to attend to ALL THE TIME. thank God the five page paper is done, the watershed management software is 85% complete (at least my part of it), and the new cellphone is a real dandy.

the intelligent robot, i'll be workin on in a few hours maybe. i'm still warming up my brain. ;-)

but the week before, i was in a completely different mood. i was so into parties, that i went to two parties in the same day (well, one was a real party but the other was like a "guy's night out"). and just last friday, i wen't out relaxin' at the local bar. and just yesterday, yet another party -- a friend's debut (18th birthday). talk about hang overs.

anyway, quite contrary, everything else that's happening is nowhere near a party. i'm getting crammed with my academics, my personal life, as well as my love life. but the love life part is quite pleasant, because i feel that i'm ready to go a step further. i feel that things have been quite getting to a plateau, and it's a comfortable one. however, i'm now beginning to miss her, and now looking forward to seeing her more. i'm getting excited and all warm and fuzzy just thinking about her, and i guess it should be something.

i'll be writing whatever comes up next, although I might sign an NDA that should require that the story NEVER come out into the open. :)

belated happy birthday sacha! @};-

still chillin'!

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