My brain is tired

Sorry for the lack of any real updates. This journal will probably be lacking for the rest of the semester. Between learning all this new stuff at work and then school, my brain just needs a rest sometimes.

I realize now that trying to learn database at the same time as computer programming was not my wisest decision. It’s not going to be impossible to pass this semester, but this semester will be more difficult than last. I’m up for challenges, but the fact that I have lots to learn in my new position at work makes it tougher. I should have either done this at a different time in my life or just have taken the classes in different semesters from each other. I could have taken database but then taken a different subject at the same time, instead of programming. But what’s done is done and I am going to do my best. I’ve only completed week two of school so far and I’ve been studying like crazy.

Oh yeah, and did I mention I’ve been sick with something I don’t even know how to label? I don’t know if this is a cold or flu or what. But since the beginning of the week, I have this feeling throughout my body of sickness. I feel fatigued, my muscles ache, my head hurts, and I feel dizzy, among other symptoms. I’ll start feeling a little better for an hour and then suddenly, I’ll have to stop whatever I’m doing to lie down because the sick feeling will come back strong and out of nowhere. I feel similar to when I have the flu but without some of the other symptoms but then with some other new symptoms added. And no, I’m not pregnant. Every damn time I mention I’m sick, people feel the need to try to convince me that I must be actually pregnant. Well, I’m not.

I missed out on seeing Truth Be Told/When Gotham Falls at Ram’s Head Live last night, even though I had already bought a ticket from Steve a couple weeks ago. Hopefully, I won’t miss Bry-Pie’s graduation party tonight. You know, the few weekends where there great things happening throughout the whole weekend, I end up missing out because of crap like this. Having a combination of bad luck and living in the deteriorating city of Baltimore can make a person frustrated and bored at life.

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