So like I said yesterday was a very relaxing day. I am still having a very hard time falling asleep at night and therefore I slept until 1pm. I did a bit of blogging, I did a bit of exercising, I did a bit of eating.
At 5:30-ish I went over to Bill's apartment to spend some time hanging out with the three who live there (Bill, Kelly, Eric). Bill came home from work cranky, but who wouldn't - most people get off on MLK day. After a bit of a squabble it was decided that Kelly and Eric would go get ingredients to make Kelly's mom's tomato spinach tortellini.
Well thanks to Kelly and her mom we had a very yummy dinner while watching a few episodes of Battlestar Galactica. After dinner Bill and Eric played Star Wars: The Old Republic, Kelly started to arrange a piece for Nothin' But Treble, and I crocheted a bit. Oh, also Kelly, Eric and I watched an ABC Family movie named Cyberbully.
Now, being a sarcastic bunch we can rarely watch a made for tv movie without mocking it mercilessly. The movie has an important message, do not bully, not even online, but as most made for tv movies, the writing wasn't exactly the best. There is one scene in which a 17 year old girl cannot manage to open a pill bottle and most of the other ridiculousness was just the lines. The message was right, but the writing was so wrong.
Now that I've talked about racism and making fun of a movie that is supposed to be a teaching tool, the last thing I got for you all is something I'm doing that just makes me appreciate what I have.
Ever since I got sick when I was twelve I've learned to appreciate the very small things that most people don't really ever think about. Over the years I've realized how special it is to take just one step, to put on a sock, to be able to just enjoy life. After going through the last two years I have started to think more about those small things and I've started a list of just those few things I notice during my days that I love.
Do you guys ever notice those small things? I'd love to hear your favorites.