Blogging with Guy – Tuesday, October 20, 2015

November 2, 2015 By vincent-uribe

Tuesday October 20, 2015Today was the national brandied fruit day. Today was the national pumpkin cheesecake day. I woke up at 7:06a.m. I weighed one hundred seventy-four point five pounds in the bathroom. The Dodge Grand Caravan number three nine one nine came at eight thirty-five. I arrived at The Arts of Life, Inc. to see everybody at nine forty-seven. In the late morning, I drew a still life with some apples in the studio. We did twenty jumping jacks. I drew still lifes. In the afternoon, I read the National Geographic in the restroom. I went with Vincent Uribe, Timothy Andrew Stone and Kelly Stone to the Chicago Cultural Center in the Nissan Quest at one seventeen p.m. We saw buildings. I went back to The Arts of Life Inc. in the minivan at two forty-one.In the mid afternoon, I took a little bit of a nap on the Pace ADA Para transit Service number three nine two one. I arrived back home at four ten. In the later afternoon/early evening, my score was eight thousand nine hundred ninety-nine in the basement. I read the Chicago Tribune. I played Free Cell. My highest score was one hundred thousand two. My lowest score was one hundred thousand. Mom Sandra Lynn Yasutake Conners and I watched a video of Aiyla Miyuki Zeller in the living room. Afterwards Mom took me to Running Excels to meet Tanya Renee Coffman, Beverly Ann Lynch, Janice Lynn Griffin and the other people in our classic silver metallic Toyota Prius II. I did nineteen more jumping jacks by myself. In the evening, I ran seven point one four miles. My running time was fifty-four minutes fifty-four seconds and forty-seven centiseconds. I went back home in her off white Land Rover LR3 at seven fourteen. I watched the Chicago Bulls versus Indiana Pacers game on WGN HD in Mom and Dad’s room. I played a game on my black and silver laptop. My highest score was three hundred thousand one. My lowest score was three hundred thousand. I read the newspaper on my white iPad. I played FreeCell again downstairs. My highest score was five hundred fifty-five thousand five hundred fifty-five. My lowest score was five hundred fifty thousand five hundred fifty-five. In the mid evening, the Bulls won one hundred three to ninety-four. In the late-evening I drew Francine Smith in the dark green portfolio. I played a game again on my Dell. My highest score was six hundred twenty-eight thousand two. I lost it. I read the Chicago Tribune again. I played FreeCell some more. My highest score was eight hundred twenty thousand one hundred fifty-six. My lowest score was eight thousand eight hundred eighty-seven. I watched a slideshow. I played a game some more on my laptop. My highest score was one million. My lowest score was four thousand. In the late night, I went to sleep in my room.