Cheer Myself Up

Had a difficult week and I'm glad I can stay home now and do nothing (not really...I have a lot of work to do). Yesterday I had a really bad headache that lasted from noon till I went to bed. It was horrible...pulsating headache that would make me stop in my tracks. I have had bad headaches before, but this one just wouldn't leave me alone. My dad made my Armenian coffee ( is just gross) cause sometimes that helps, but it didn't do anything. I tried to take a nap, but I couldn't. I ended up at my friend's house. She is a friend I don't see very often anymore, unfortunately. We hadn't seen each other in a few years and I called her up this week and we had sushi. She is leaving for school on Sunday, so I wanted to see her again before she left....who knows when we'll see each other again. We watched 12 episodes of The Office last night (season 7) and ate a lot of junk food. I went home with a bigger headache, but it was worth it.

When I got home, I felt empty. The house was quiet and I wanted to talk to someone. I thought...."What can I do to cheer myself up?" and I thought of watching The Office...but I was already tired from the marathon we had earlier. I decided to go to bed to avoid sad thoughts!

I woke up later than usual and I was relieved when I didn't feel the headache. I ate some breakfast with my grandmother. She was telling me how to shorten long dresses (I don't know why, but it was still interesting to listen to). Now I'm sitting in my room...trying to figure out how to tackle all the work I have. Gonna go run some errands for my dad soon.....I don't want to leave the house....But it's okay. It's good for me.

I hope you guys are having a good weekend. <3 Take care of yourselves.

PS PS PS PS!!!!!!!

I forgot to mention! After thinking about this for a very long time anddd discussing this with my cousin and a professor from school, I have decided to purchase a mac sometime in the near (very near...for my birthday) future! I have always had PCs....always always...and my HP has been a pain in the butt for a year and half. One by one it's functions would stop working. I have gotten it "fixed" numerous times, but it was not worth it. So! I emailed a professor at school and told him that I've seen that the majority of our professors carry around macs...."do they have them just cause they are pretty or do they do actual architectural work on them?" He wrote me a long email explaining his love for macs and that he uses them for work. Architecture students usually use PCs because the programs we use are made for I have always been reluctant to even consider a mac. He told me I could partition my hard drive so I could run windows for my windows-based programs. I will be going to India in less than four months and I will be needing a good computer with me.

I have never owned an apple computer before. For those of you who have them...are there any tips/recommendations you could give me? I would really appreciate it~