Back in Portsmouth

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The drive back was pretty tolerable. Now I am home sweet home, no roommate yet. Wow it has been three weeks I wonder how long my luck will last.

On the way in I stopped at Wal Mart and picked up a copy of Sims 3 for my new macbook. It is very addictive I had to stop playing so that I would be able to get some of my studying done. I also stopped at outback for lunch, it was not a large crowd considering that it is fathers day. I had a beer, fosters, draft. Not a huge fan. It was way too bitter for me. I think so far my favorite beer is Corona and Blue Moon.

Speaking of Alcohol, last night I had the most amazing Margarita from joes crab shack. It was definitely better than the $2 margaritas during happy hour at Paddy O’brian’s.

The only things left on my agenda for today are to finish up some laundry, grab dinner, and then study my little head off so that I can ace test three tomorrow!

Right now Im listening to a record that I have not heard in a while Paul Van Dyk’s Cream Ibiza. It is a very chill record you have to listen to it a few times though before you truly enjoy it. I don’t know about the actual CD but when you buy it on itunes in addition the regular songs there is an hour mix of each CD with condensed versions of all the songs. It’s very trancy, elctroish type of music. Can get old if you listen to all the 8-9 minute songs. But the mix is wonderful. I find that most things that have Ibiza in the title are pretty damn good.

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