the recovery

well, it’s been quite a while… but i’m back from a hiatus (or however you say/spell it). it’s not fun having to cough all through the night and hoping that it will soon stop, so you can just rest your eyes for the day to come. i guess it was the change of weather that we all experience a month ago, when the santa ana winds picked up. can you imaging it? i had a cold/flu for a week; then started dry-coughing the day after my cold was gone; and now, it’s almost been a month—and i still have this damn cough. but alas, its getting a little better thanks to the doctor’s prescribed cough syrup (CODEINE woohoo!) and zytromix (or something like that) antibiotics.

ahh… the wonders of medicine. if only there was a cure to getting a job, that would make everyone in this whole economy feel better. it’s so bad that i tell my peers to not graduate yet and stay another year in college. they’ll have more fun going to school than trying to look for a job. oh well—sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do, and get some dough for the rent and bills.

so, what i’ve been up to this past month besides my bronchitis? lots of stuff, well… from what i can think of with the limits of my current health. this past month alone, there were three birthday parties, four weekends of home cooking, one blueballs softball picnic/get-together, an annual songfest, an annual pcn, and xmen united. lots of stuff don’t you think? even though my days are limited (trying to go to bed early around midnight)… i accomplish 75% of my daily tasks. yah, not too much—need to get some R&R as the doctor said a week ago.

well, having so much R&R is also bad i think… i get too lazy sometime to get out of the house, or even drive. in the other hand, it ain’t bad, i save money—which i don’t even have on the first place. having time for some self relaxation also opens up self reflection.

it justs stops you on your tracks, and make you think about what have you done with your life and stuff; and what you want to do with it the day after. for instance, i graduate last september with a degree in computer engineering from a prestigious university as uc irvine. however, i still have nothing to show up for it. no benzo or beamer; nor a big fat crib; nor a holla-back chick (but soon lana…soon mwhahaha …dream on jevon). also, it gets me thinking of what things i could have done in the past; how could i have change something; or what path i should have chose to my next class—deep things…deep things like that.

well, shows you a lot of what CODEINE can do to the brain… like for instance, it can magnifiy someones experience at kaba’s 24th annual pcn last night. here’s what i mean:

oh well… it’s either the medicine, or my “imagination running toooo faaaaar… me and those dreamin’ eyes of mine.” but hey, i got to see me compares y comadres right. good times good times. last night’s pcn was good… less than four hours. but it can’t beat last year’s—i guess it was the director’s assistant… oh wait, that’s me (j/p… it was all of mish… and her big fat rock’s soon-to-be-space on her finger).

the only that was wrong with last night’s performances was modern’s. it sucked ass seeing that their music skipped four to five times. i heard that the sound engineer played their track on a laptop; and seeing that they have a lot of bass beats thumpin’ the house… it shook the laptop since it didn’t have ESP on those suckas. great thing is, modern got to perform twice. but that was weird… never seen anything like that for the sixth year straight attending (or performing in) kaba’s pcn. all in all, hats of to last night’s pcn cast… job well done.

with that, i’ll leave you with a salute to kaba modern ’03 performance at last night’s pcn.

from my mind to yours, rock it don’t stop it!