I sort of wish that I would have kept a dream diary during my time of unemployment, as I've been getting lots of uninterrupted sleep. 'Course, I wish I would have been eating 100% healthy and going to the gym every day, too. The only dream I can really remember is where I was playing a benefit concert for Haiti to my coworkers and couldn't remember the words to "Glutton of Sympathy". Connor from Primeval was there, too, you see, and he is really Superman, but it's not supposed to be widely known.
Going back to the orientation thingie, I'm quite certain that it'll play out quite fine. I always have slight anxiety issues in going to a place I've never been and figuring out where I need to go. This wasn't nearly as bad when I had an actual vehicle and drove myself into The Unknown - taking public transit adds all sorts of silly worries, like what if the bus is late? What if I catch the wrong one? What if I miss the stop? Silliness, really.
I'm excited about registering for classes on Wednesday. I looked up tuition and I can take 5 credits for about $480, or ten for $800ish. I'm thinking I should stick with the one as I just need to score a 2.0 in that class in order to be able to reapply for financial aid. I also hear that they reference the previous year's earnings, which would.. suck. I also discovered that I have 32 college credits and a 3.4 GPA. I'm pleasantly surprised it's as high as it is, as I dropped many classes. I had a solid 4.0 until I started taking those pesky music classes, where I started getting B's and C's.
Live and learn.
My brother is off to Game Stop for the midnight release of Final Fantasy XIII. I'm quite jealous. He says I can go into their bedroom and play their ps3, but... I don't know why I feel ishy about hanging out in other people's bedrooms, especially when they're not there. With the Xbox here, I have several fabulous games to choose from, but for some reason I never feel like playing console games anymore. I certainly hope this does not mean I am growing up...