I couldn’t stop laughing, so my roommate asked what I was doing. “The internet is funny.” And then she asked if I would care to explain and I was like, “…You wouldn’t understand.”
There’s someone I need to write a letter to first.
Usually, I start it a couple hours before class.
Movin’ on up in the land of productivity.
I spent about three hours in the darkroom and blasting really dancey music tends to change one’s mood. Started with tUnE-yArDs and then Girl Talk and then my good mood playlist. It was good times. And I was in there by myself, so I could dance around and sing along and talk to myself and not worry about looking crazy.
And then around 4, Meridith and I had to go cut mats for sophomore topics. That was very frustrating and then my prof was there because I guess she was going to help a few other people. And then it was less frustrating.
Also, the floor in the BAC is really good for tapping. God, I miss my tap shoes.
Dinner was fun, too. I like my friends. :D
Now, I’ve got a shit-ton of theo homework to do. Yay.
This is a problem I’ve never run into before and it’s pissing me off. I usually go to the bathroom to shower somewhere between 8:30 and 8:40 and I’m back to my room in a about 15-20 minutes. I would shower earlier, but around 8:15, the shower are all full.
Ugh. I’m pissed. I’m really pissed. The only reason I shower in the morning is because it wakes me up and I don’t like sleeping on wet hair.
The bathroom is “closed for cleaning”? Seriously? Every odd day, I take a shower around the same time and I don’t think I’ve EVER run into this problem before.
I’m going to fucking murder something.
That show is amazing and I’m not ashamed to admit it.
I move back in on the 15th, so the 8th is only a week earlier. But still. Not much time, indeed.
We should organize a baking party or something. Baking parties are always fun.
Dinner in 15 minutes and then painting. I should probably change into my painting pants.
And a girl walked into the lounge saying printers on the other floors are out, too.
Guess I’ll be sustainable and e-mail my prof my exegesis.
Not having art 101 gave me more time, but that was probably a bad thing because I had more time to procrastinate. But I’m done!
I’m quite proud of my section on comparing translations because I brought it all down to the difference between “let” and “ought.” (Basically, “let” is often used to introduce a request and “ought” is indicates an obligation.)
Time to print and maybe go get in a bus line because class is meeting in one of the AV rooms at SJU.