"You scored as XVI: The Tower. If badly aspected this can be the worst card of the Tarot deck. The Tower always indicates upheavel, possibly chaos, loss and destruction. Its effects are never pleasant and can be painful. The card illustrates lightning striking the Tower. The lightning cannot be avoided, the destruction it brings is inevitable. All we can do is attempt to survive and rebuild. The Tower brings sudden, severe change. When the Tower appears in a Tarot spread it represents sudden and possibly violent change, disruption or loss."
Which Major Arcana Tarot Card Are You?
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Stupid Mac. Sure, it's less work to just type stuff, but at least when I had to do all the coding, I knew exactly why every bit looked the way it did. This way, I have no idea if/how/why/what things are going to turn out like, or on which platform or whatever...
So, busy week. Monday, I hurt my back. Didn't notice it at the time, to give you an idea of how bad it must have been. Finished working that day, went home, laid around complaining about the ache in my back. Then, Tuesday morning, I woke up and discovered I couldn't stand. Y'ever have that? Man, that sucked. Wednesday, still lots of pain. Resorted to aspirin, which I rarely do. Thursday, I figured I had to try and get up and try to live, so I went to work and did a little lifting -- which ended up being exactly what I needed. Felt great by Thursday night, and feel almost back to normal now -- Friday afternoon.
Mom was in town for a few days, which I totally sympathize with her about -- having nine thousand things you want to / have to do in three days is not a good time, regardless of how many of those things you get done. Seriously, that's why I hate coming home from Ohio for too short a time. Sure, it's nice to get home for any length of time, but when you can't tag all the bases, it gets to you.
I have the remains of a dozen Dunkin Donuts here at the Starbucks (later hours than the bagel place) and I keep meaning to give them out to people as a generous gesture, but I keep forgetting I hate these people.
But I am these people at the moment, aren't I?
--Dangerdoom, "Old School," The Mouse and the Mask
17:45 EST, 6.16.06, Warrington, PA
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