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Travel Blogs from Caernarfon
... on the New Testament because as a
medievalist I need to seriously read the Bible at some point, especially
because I keep picking religious topics to write on. I will also have a
teaching module plus whatever time I am actually teaching class. ALSO thinking
of auditing an art history class depending on what is available or trying to
work on an internship or even job so I can keep connected to the art community.
I will just be back to my ...
... Transformed conference had our bake donate, we decided to make baked goods based on literary texts from this cookbook I had gotten Jacob for Christmas. The day before the bake sale Jacob and I baked for TEN hours! Ah, it was so exhausting haha. Also ate so many sweets, the best was, believe it or not, chocolate chip banana cookies (now I want some) and also teacakes. Really, everything was good and I donated enough money to just eat all day without ...
... rice, cider...after they went back and forth for a while longer I told them it was malt. Apparently that made me an expert so they asked me if I knew of any good bars in Dublin. When I told them that I had never been there they were surprised because it seemed like I knew the area since I knew about the vinegar and that it was malt, go figure.
We finally got to the ship and piled on. As cliché as it sounds I ...
... papers. Later that night had an Arthurian movie night since the assignment
this week was to watch The Fisher king with Jeff Bridges and Robin Williams. I had seen the movie before when I took King Arthur in Film so knew what to expect but it was nice to rewatch it with friends, we got dinner beforehand. We also watched the Bugs Bunny cartoon when he goes to Camelot.
Wednesday I broke my vow and went to the doctor. I was
... when I took it to the garage to get the lights looked at and tyres pumped up that he needed new wheels. But it is only when I drive it that Billy (the van) plays up. When it's owner drives it, he behaves perfectly. But as his owner is currently serving out in Afghanistan and I've been given the 'privilege' of looking after Billy (my mans pride and joy) until he gets back, I have to be the one to take him to the garage and nurse him. Despite all of the initial drama, it was ...