Tuesday, September 14, 2010

breaking things

I think this is the third week of the school. Maybe the fourth - I'm not really sure (it kinda all blurs together). Unfortunately, the classes I have are really uninteresting to relate. There's only so much one can talk about the derivative of hyperbolic sine, ya know?

Luckily for all of you people, however, I broke my hands yesterday! Yes, I did just say hands, and no, it was not a typo. Though it could have been. I mean, my hands are broken. I'm not entirely a typing champion at the moment. But, in my glory days.....


Hands. When used to fend off blows and deliver punches, hands - especially if they're mine - tend to break. Now I'm sporting a fracture in my right hand (on the bone that corresponds to my ring finger), a formerly dislocated left ring and pinkie fingers, and quite possibly a fractured knuckle around there too. Of course I didn't go to the doctor, don't be ridiculous. Yes, I put a splint/brace on my hands... a day later. Hey, when the adrenaline's pumping, pain doesn't exist.

I'll take two Adrenalines now, please.

I need to do my calculus before I fall asleep. And typing is getting tedious.

Until next time (and hopefully a new-injury-free post).

p.s. I didn't say this specifically, but to clarify: I was sparring on campus Monday. The only thing I hurt was my hands.

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Tiph used to be this weird hippie chick who sewed things and drank tea and rode bikes and wrote silly things. Then, college came along, and now she's this weird hippie chick with math in her brain and notebooks full of indefinite integrals. And hardly any time to write. This is her space. Thankfully, space is a vacuum and any complaints you may have cannot be heard.


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