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That essentially summarize this week honestly, mostly been
hiding in my room wrapped up in covers and trying to survive. I do feel SO much better now, at about
85% I would say, maybe 90%. Almost have watched three entire seasons of the
show TeenWolf. Also been working on my dissertation off and on, pretty much
made my goal for the week. But also been distracted with creative writing
... will be back in the States during actual birthday. I made like 90% of the cake! I had to use Jacob’s kitchen because he has all the pots and pans but I told him he wasn’t allowed to take over. It turned out really well! Successful cheesecake.
I was somewhat productive Wednesday. Had manuscripts class with a new teacher, turns out she is also somewhat of an expert on medieval sin so I need to talk to her at some point. Wrote a lot of notes in class, thought my ...
... everyone was somehow surprised at the ending?), gave into too many gender stereotypes, a bit preachy (seriously, I got the message the first 1,000 times), and (obviously?) pushing for the audience to buy Lego merchandise. So…on the fence.
Once back at Bangor I had a kabob for dinner. The guy asked if I was from Arizona based on my American accent and the fact that I asked for extra hot sauce. Turns out his ex-girlfriend lived in Tempe and he use ...
... image she had shown her undergraduates. That class is so intense, the professor just seems to know everything and sometimes you just have to nod your head as if you too know the entire lineage of this one monarch. Later that night I went to another music performance, this time Franz Schubert’s Sonata yn A leiaf and the opera Die Schone Mullerin. Jacob tagged along this time and helped speculate over the painting in Powis (Thanks for the link last week Dr. ...
... more I think about it the more I loved it. All the actors, except Othello, played stringed instruments throughout the play. The music was usually a variation of the same tune but it really added to the play and I think it would feel wrong to see Othello without the music now!
Weekend has been a mixture of work and fun, spent most of the day working on that dissertation outline and rereading texts. But Friday night had ...