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Travel Blogs from Island of Anglesey
... a study party with Jacob the other day so we would stop
procrastinating and actually do some work, it worked rather well. But we also
made nachos and just derped around a lot too.
Here is the only picture of the week, a nice Bangor sunset
at the pier from a Friday walk. Lets hope I am alive and at full health this
week. I know back at NAU spring break is coming up! Have fun AHS in Las Vegas!
Miss you guys.
... going to fall off. She explained various historic manuscripts we would be looking at for the upcoming week, except no idea when class will be, kind of keeps changing. At least no longer 9 am! Yay! Rest of the day Emily and I finished the Arthurian bibliography, another three hours of fun (not really). This guy in the library kept laughing/coughing (still unsure) every minute while we were correcting the paper, it was HORRIBLE. Once we survived that and scanned the corrections to ...
... about ART!!!!!!!!! So excited and pumped for class already! Then the next week going to talk about Mists of Avalon, I am 60% through it. Getting to the point where I just want to smash my ipad in anger because Guinevere is probably the worst character I have ever had to read about. Like 80% of my anger is at Guinevere. Sometimes I think “This book isn’t bad, why do I think it is” and then she shows up for a good chunk of the book and is just ...
... before and only wanted something to help me breathe better when going up all these crazy hills. Maybe stupid, and maybe just a wounded pride, but I absolutely refuse to go to the doctor here anymore since after all I am just a rude American taking advantage of the UK health system and oxygen…I guess. So ends the first rant of the week.
On the same day I also got an e-mail saying that I needed a new dissertation topic because another student was ...
... 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 ...