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It's June!
I can't believe it's already been half a year since I made my 2009 New Year's resolutions. Truthfully, I've not been doing that great on them.

In other news, only nine days until my birthday! That's right, in exactly 9 days I'll be 29. The very last of my 20s. I don't know whether to be excited or very, very frightened.

Speaking of frightened, last night I was very scared, because I almost DIED. Had a sudden attack of autonomic dysreflexia because of some bad burritos. My heart felt like it was going to explode, and I was thinking, this is it. My number is up. Luckily for me, my parents fixed me, and I didn't die. I'm fine now.

I'd really like to get all of my writings published in a giant Kim book. Yeah, that was not really related to what I was just talking about, but I have been thinking about it lately. In the event of some type of nuclear disaster wherein electronics stop working and hard drives explode because of an electromagnetic pulse bomb, at least some of my "self" will be backed up in analog form. Ditto for my photos and music.

This is another thought that I had the other day. Our lawn is not the greenest. Some people spend a lot of time on their lawns, but we are not those people. In the grand scheme of things, I don't think it matters very much at all. In 10 years or 100 years or 1000 years from now, no one is going to care if our yard was kind of yellow. And I don't think anyone earns extra God points for having the greenest lawn in the neighborhood. Although if it makes you happy to have your lawn very green, then by all means, make it happen for yourself. Someday, I want to have a realistic looking turf lawn that I won't have to water, mow, or weed. And it will just look beautiful all year long.

That's it. I'm done rambling existentially.