:: Saturday, March 22, 2003 ::
I spent too much time sleeping today, but that was only because I had stayed up so late the night before. I hope to adjust to West Coast time soon.
Today, I went into SLO-town to hang out with a friend, and I got to enjoy all the goodies of SLO, from Sweet Stix at Pizza Solo, to Caribbean Passion at Jamba Juice. It was a Saturday night downtown, and it seemed so dead. There were very few people out, and I didn't even see anyone I knew. I guess the times don’t warrant going out anymore. Afterwards, my friend and I went to the new Borders bookstore at the Madonna Plaza. They had a really neat section for CDs, and you could listen to almost every CD they sold. So I listened to several CDs, and now I have a ton of CDs I want to buy now. The only bad thing was that CDs are really expensive at Borders. They cost $17-18 per album. I guess that's the price you pay to be able to preview the music you're going to buy.
After I got home, I watched Saturday Night Live, expecting hilarious commentary on the war, but it was a re-run, so I went to bed soon after reading a couple of chapters from Politically Correct Bedtime Stories, a most hilarious book that I wholeheartedly recommend.
:: SL 10:49 PM [+] ::