Well, there’s no solution for the kaffine problem as of yet, but I ate just a little while ago, so we’re no longer running on emergency impulse power. I’m getting some laundry done, and I talked to Steve earlier. That’s good, because I haven’t talked to him in a few days, and I was getting concerned. He’s been extremely busy, working his ass off. I hope he can take some time off work soon, so I can go see him. That wold be cool.
Morning all:

This morning is not starting out good at all. I got up a little over 30 minutes ago, and realized there isn’t any kaffine in the house. Kaffine is the elyxyr of life, for those who don’t know, and thus is a staple. If there is no kaffine, bad things happen. Case in point: I have a serious kaffine headache. Somebody needs to figure out how to administer Mountain Dew intravenously. For that, I would be eternally grateful, and I’m sure G-d would consider an extremely benevolent act like that in the individual’s favor.

Morning all:

Today is not starting out good at all. I got up less than 30 minutes ago, and have come to the realization that there is no kaffine in the house, and it is having an adverse affect on me. Kaffine is a staple, for those who don’t know. Without it, bad things happen. For instance, I have a headache, and I hate headaches, especially the ones brought on by having no kaffine. Somebody needs to figure out how to administer Mountain Dew intravenously.

Morning all:

This morning is not starting out good at all. I got up a little over 30 minutes ago, and realized there isn’t any kaffine in the house. Kaffine is the elyxyr of life, for those who don’t know, and thus is a staple. If there is no kaffine, bad things happen. Case in point: I have a serious kaffine headache. Somebody needs to figure out how to administer Mountain Dew intravenously. For that, I would be eternally grateful, and I’m sure G-d would consider an extremely benevolent act like that in the individual’s favor.

Morning all:

Today is not starting out good at all. I got up less than 30 minutes ago, and have come to the realization that there is no kaffine in the house, and it is having an adverse affect on me. Kaffine is a staple, for those who don’t know. Without it, bad things happen. For instance, I have a headache, and I hate headaches, especially the ones brought on by having no kaffine. Somebody needs to figure out how to administer Mountain Dew intravenously.

Hi all:

For those of you who don’t feel like clicking the link displaying my name in order to get some info, I’m recapping my minibio here.

My name is Amanda Rush, and I was born in Columbus, OH, in 1980. I am extremely conservative, morally and politically, and everything I do is backed by
my whole being, whether it be working, playing, or making mistakes. To sum it up, I try to live the best way I can, practicing constant self-introspection
in order to improve myself mentally, spiritually, and physically.

As some initial comments, it’ll be really interesting to watch how this journal grows and evolves over the next year or so. I’ll probably release some entries, though not all or even most, from my offline journal for online viewing. This should prove to be a learning experience, or at least a record of some learning experiences.

Hi all:

For those of you who don’t feel like clicking the link displaying my name in order to get some info, I’m recapping my minibio here.

My name is Amanda Rush, and I was born in Columbus, OH, in 1980. I am extremely conservative, morally and politically, and everything I do is backed by
my whole being, whether it be working, playing, or making mistakes. To sum it up, I try to live the best way I can, practicing constant self-introspection
in order to improve myself mentally, spiritually, and physically.

As some initial comments, it’ll be really interesting to watch how this journal grows and evolves over the next year or so. I’ll probably release some entries, though not all or even most, from my offline journal for online viewing. This should prove to be a learning experience, or at least a record of some learning experiences.

Passover’s finally here, and I must say that I’m glad to see it.

I spent today cooking and cleaning, and, though I’m aware that I did not do nearly the amount of cooking and cleaning others do for the festival, I know I did at least prepare for it in something resembling a fit manner this year, and that’s worth something.

I did not have a traditional Seder, but I made the best of it.

I think this year’s celebration was my best so far.

I’m not sure why this was so.

I’m glad to have found out that Jimmy Buffett’s not an anti-semite.

This means I don’t have to stop being a parrot-head.

I made my first Jewish food today.

I tried my hand at making kugel, and it actually turned out pretty well.

I’ll have to remember to ask Jerry to get some sour cream to top it off with.

That would taste really good.

I’m planning, once again, to try to get up for prayers tomorrow morning.

I also hope to try to pray at least morning and evening prayers, although if I can manage to pray Minhah, that will be good too.

I also plan to work on the Noahide prayerbook some more tomorrow, if I feel like doing anything after I finish up with the rest of the cleaning and the laundry.