Blogging with Guy – Tuesday, October 14

October 15, 2014 By vincent-uribe

Tuesday, October 14, 2014 I woke up at 7:00am. I weighed one hundred seventy-three pounds in the bathroom. Downstairs, I texted Dad (Richard Russell Conners, Junior) in the living room at seven nineteen. I washed the big bottle and the cream lid by myself. I made original orange juice. I washed the knife and the small cutting board. I texted Dad (Rick Conners, Junior). I emailed Simone Koga Cooper. The Dodge Grand Caravan number three six seven five came at eight thirty. On the Pace ADA Paratransit Service, I texted Janette Sakamoto Koga and Dad in Evergreen Park. I arrived at The Arts of Life, Inc. to see everybody at nine forty-six. I watched Journey – Separate Ways (Live) on the black iPad with Joshua Albert Wykes and William Woodrow Lilly in the café. I emailed Dad in the art studio. I went with everybody to the café. I drew still life with a black, brown, and white wolf and a hot dog by myself in the studio. I went back to the café at eleven thirty-three. I texted Cara Miwa Zeller and Mom (Sandra Lynn Yasutake Conners) in the front gallery. I drew a still life with a wolf by myself. In the afternoon, I read Fishes in the restroom. I texted Janette Koga and mom (Sandra Conners). I went back to the café again at twelve twenty-one p.m. I stretched my arms. Kristopher K. Schenkel, Kelly Stone, and Michael John Marino talked to us. I drew a still life by myself. I went back to the cafe some more. I drew them. I texted Paul Kenneth Rohde. I washed the paintbrushes by myself. On the minivan number three nine two three during the ride, I solved sodoku 46 in the book. In the midafternoon, I texted everyone. I arrive back home at three forty-two. I emailed Sara Jennifer Bemer. In the late afternoon and upstairs, I took a little bit of a nap in Cara’s room. I texted Sara Bemer and Dad again on the first floor. He and I watched a video of Aiyla Miyuki Zeller with Mom in the kitchen. In the late afternoon/early evening, I drew a still life with a flower by myself. Mom and I drove to Running Excels. I finished six point one six miles. My total running time was forty-three minutes, fourteen seconds, and eighty-four centiseconds. In our hybrid hatchback, I talk on Mom’s white iPhone with Dad. She and I went back home. I texted everyone again. I stretched my legs in the basement. In the late-night evening and afterwards, I watched a slideshow. I went to sleep in my room.