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Travel Blogs from Llangefni
... of all the moisture in my lungs.
I went to the grocery store right away to get my prescription. It was funny
because I picked it up and lingered a bit, unsure if I was suppose to pay for
it or not.
The next day I suffered through classes in sort of a fog,
just everything hurt and I was even sicker. Arthurian class was suppose to be
the last one for the semester but our professor asked if we wanted to extend
... out I am the traitor and I try to kill everyone and ruin the quests. I was successful and WON the game, also means everyone hates me now, but I can take it. After the game I dyed Jacob’s hair. A few weeks ago in a moment of boredom and weakness he agreed I could dye it, decided on 'cyber’ purple. It was absolutely hilarious trying to dye it, there was no trust! But it turned out rather well if I do say so myself. Also made Oreo cheesecake for Jacob’s half ...
... Manchester! As expected, I am soooooooo excited to go to Manchester because of their museum, I heard they have an amazing Pre-Raphaelite collection and even have James Archer’s “Le Morte D’Arthur”. Then next week I am going to go to Cambridge/Oxford (maybe, might push back)!
So ends another blog entry and the busier I am the more I realize that time is quickly running out! Many trials and tribulations ahead. Until next week!
... 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. ...
... where we discussed Spenser’s The Faerie Queene Book II. The professor I had last semester is on maternity leave so I have a new instructor but I knew her from Theory and she was even my Theory advisor. It was a nice class; she did like a mini history on Spenser and the Reformation and Elizabeth’s role in the story. We also discussed an article that was assigned to us. Fun fact, according to the article, King ...