i recently blogged about libraries (TH1RT33N) and about how i'm frequenting the downtown library these days. when you are there at least twice a week, it's hard to have overdue books, right? well, apparently this is not the case. another thing i
what i mean to say is i wasn't thinking about this book at all when i wrote my last few posts. i had no idea that i had an over due book when explaining my library virtues, i had no idea that all i had to do was look at the stack of books in my room if i wanted to see what happened to wally west's memory, and i had no idea that i was going to break one of my not-resolutions when i wrote about my other bad habits.
just last night, when i was reading more of 11/22/63 (which i mention here), i stumbled upon the phrase "the past seems to harmonize with itself". and as i write this post, the phrase is reverberating in my mind. it's like everything in the past few days was leading up to this revelation; trying to tell me something (and in the mediocre world of codi, it is nothing deep and zen- the library gods just wanted me to return my shit on time), and that's pretty cool.
do you believe in kismet?
i try so hard to be a logical and non-superstitious person.
but it's strange times like these that make me wonder...
hey guysss, didja know, it's medical laboratory professionals week!!
please be extra nice to med techs, phlebotomists, pathologists, lab assistants, researchers and other lab scientists that you know! did you know 80% of all medical decisions are based on laboratory test results? we're working hard behind the scenes so you doctor can make you well. n___n
look at me still talking when there's science to do... going to fall asleep to alpinisms now, i'm in hematology later tonight. ;D
I REALLY DISLIKE THE NEW BLOGGER POST COMPOSER/EDITOR.