|Current mood:|| hungry|
|Current music:||The jazz concert songs stuck in my head|
Everything is fine. Nothing is broken.
I just had a mini-emergency...more details later.
It was an absolutely perfect day. I mean, really. Sunny, not too hot or cold, a slight breeze, not a cloud in the Carolina blue sky. Absolute heaven. And I had to spend it cooped up in classes and the like. grr.
Got up to the jerks on the morning radio show trying to call Donald Trump to get him to say "You're fired." Apparently his lawyers threatened them with a lawsuit if they kept calling, so they won't be doing that anymore. It was sort of amusing. Did the normal morning stuff, then went off to NT. Again, Dr. Bryant didn't ramble and it was a good class. He's my advisor, so I have a meeting with him tomorrow. He said he was looking forward to it...which makes me wonder a bit. Anyway, PE was, well PE.
We have a test next Tues., and then we start presenting our projects that I have done little work on. I knew this would happen...I have a concert, PE test, Cal test, and more to prepare for next week, so I can't go to Drumline State this weekend in Rock Hill :( Oh well.
Cal was confusing, and then lunch was good with the friends. Came back to the room, opened the windows, and got my schedule all worked out for next semester so I could show Dr. Bryant tomorrow. Off to my lesson, and we worked a little bit on my Jazz band music, so that was cool. Sent some more emails and stuff regarding declaring my major and the like, then went to jazz band. Mr. Bair handed me my solo today that I have to play on Monday, so if you need me I'll be in the practice rooms in Belk for the remainder of the weekend :P
I came back to the room again, got snazzied up to do artsy stuff tonight, and then went and grabbed a quick sannich at GDH before going to the Senior Art Exhibit. My fellow T. Sax player's work was on display, and I had to go and support her. There were some beautiful pieces. It's a great exhibit. Back up to the other end of the campus to see a musical performance. Dr. Stokes got on his high horse and gave everyone a lecture about concert etiquette from the back of the auditorium. It was both funny and scary at the same time. The concert lasted forever, and it was mediocre, in my opinion.
Came back here at 10 when it was over, and strangely had the desire to run a virus scan and a spyware scan on my computer. What I found was not good. I had a keylogger virus, which means everything I typed was being recorded and sent to some hacker who wanted that info. And earlier today, I used my credit card to buy a song off of Napster, so I naturally typed my card number. Which meant there was a possibility that the hacker had my credit card number, and that would not do. So, I get on the Wachovia website and find the number to call to cancel the card. I call, and the nice lady tells me that a new card was sent earlier, and if I activated it, the card I was using would be deactivated. So I call Mom at 10:45pm and ask her to find the card and activate it so nobody steals money from me. Luckily she found it, and did so, so I think I'm ok. whew. I cleaned the virus (hopefully) and talked to Courtney for a quick minute, and now I'm going to bed. Goodnight, folks. It's gonna be a busy weekend :P