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... myth story. Going to try and arrange another movie night this week.
My other class, Manuscripts, was great as usual, although
again I was counting down till when we could leave so I could go and collapse
at home. We still had a different lecturer this week and looked at various
historic documents, I think one of the coolest ones was two versions of this
will, one written on a man’s death bed and than when ...
... journal we were FREE! We both later went to Jacob’s for cheesecake and to study a bit.
Also mini rant, had a 2 am fire drill this week. The dorm has one every semester, some horrible drill at night and there is always that one person who fails to get out of the building in a timely matter. Supposedly going to have another fire drill this year because of it. I feel this is somehow illegal, at least morally wrong. Need my sleep!
Class for the next day ...
... medieval nuns can be pretty badass. This is the academic passion I miss and need to try and motivate myself to continue, especially while I try to work on my dissertation. I even made a few good points in class.
Valentine’s day I took myself out on a date. Walked to the pier (before the weather got crazy again) and then had lunch at Bluesky, also bought a new dress and a sweater with elbow pads (because elbow pads are cool). Befriended a cat. ...
... I even BE in graduate school? At what point do you realize you might not be graduate school material? I have Purdue and a scholarship so going, but is it the right choice? Will I do just as poorly? I just feel a bit trapped at the moment. I’m certainly going to try harder and continue my work, but I don’t feel much improvement in my future in such a short amount of time. And I might as well be honest, my professor and I don’t really get along. ...
... 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 ...