I have 100,000 things to say, but I thought I'd start it with a little song that I made up on my Disney trip and it goes like this... Epcot, Ooopcot, Ippy-cotty Epcot. Now that you are certain of my certifiable craziness, I'll continue with this marathon post.
First, I love Disney World. Some don't understand, but like the lady in front of us in one of the bus lines, I think I too could be the kind of person that could go to Disney 37 times (those are just the times she stayed on the campus...and she was fairly young). So I think a great time was had by all. Well, by most. Not sure about the teenage brother. If you'd like to see some pictures, I'm sure some interesting ones will come out of S's website.
As for my reading of the 100 All-Time: 14 down, 86 to go. Lord of the Flies...eh. I liked Animal Farm. And my title can be attributed to my current read: To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf. I'm having a rough time with the floweriness of the writing. But I'm more than halfway through and am sure I can struggle through the rest.
On to my new life plan: computers. I am officially going to grad school (undecided as to what kind of thing I will be doing with computers) starting January 3, 2006. Because I cannot handle/hate being dishonest, I am officially quitting my job tomorrow. I have some relief at the prospect that I don't have to deal with these people anymore. But I also have a touch of terror at the idea of actually physically quitting. I just cannot predict what will happen. I think the best is if I would be yelled at - in this scenario I cannot imagine crying. I'm just afraid I'll get so nervous as to cry. I feel like these next few days are going to be crazy busy.
I have to go prepare for tomorrow....