I'm feeling a bit guilty.
I have a 48 hour layover in Leipzig, which rarely happens, and my tentative plans to go to the Leipzig Zoo are falling through (my coworkers like to drink, this always screws plans for the day after). Normally, I'd be all 'screw this' and go alone, but I REALLY don't feel like it today.
A big part of me just wants to veg out for 48 hours (except for the part where I head into Leipzig to pick up absinthe for people).
I want to watch TV on my computer (OMG CHUCK HAS BEEN AWESOME LATELY!), edit Abandoned Farm Colony photos and catch up on e-mails.
And I feel so guilty about this because shouldn't I be out and about experiencing life and doing things and enjoying Germany? (even though I'm in Leipzig more then I'm in Texas and New York...)
On an unrelated note.
I have now had a grand total of 5 people tell me I "look like that girl from Twilight"
I introduce myself and the first thing people say is "you look like someone" and after that I know what they're going to say and its all downhill from there.
HELL, WHEN PEOPLE ASK ME TO DESCRIBE MYSELF I SHOULD JUST PULL THIS NUMBER OUT:
"very fair-skinned, with long, straight, dark brown hair and chocolate brown eyes. Her face is heart-shaped—a wide forehead with a widow's peak, large, wide-spaced eyes, prominent cheekbones, and then a thin nose and a narrow jaw with a pointed chin. Her lips are a little out of proportion, a bit too full for her jaw line. Her eyebrows are darker than her hair and more straight than they are arched. She's five foot four inches tall, slender but not at all muscular, and weighs about 115 pounds. She has stubby fingernails because she has a nervous habit of biting them."
Except for having ash blonde hair, blue eyes, no widow's peak, being 5 foot six and having FANTASTIC fingernails, it's spot on don't you think?( And just for reference: PHOTOS )
Also, I got into an arguement (again) with the military about the relative merits of Twilight. Usually this happens with the female soldiers. This time it was GUYS. MEN, I'M LOOSING FAITH IN YOUR MACHO DON'T LET ME DOWN!