Joan says it is 12:00.
Therefore we should be starting our work now.
Yes, we should.
[Edit: Right after i posted this she said "12:10, I'm starting." We both agree that this could go on all night.]
So i will.
I still haven't started my Wordsworth paper. I'm not really in the mood for sleeping anyway. :)
I did do this rough Spanish translation that Pat Skarda asked me to do, though.
I also haven't done this extra-credit kind of Linguistics thing. I have about an hour of free time tomorrow before it's due, so i could put it off, though i keep telling myself i need to do it tonight.
I think Joan rawks. I was complaining that GroupWise wasn't working and then once i finally got in of course i didn't have any interesting e-mails. So she wrote me an e-mail in IM. We went back and forth for quite some time. It was great fun.
My brain is obviously beginning to shut off, so i really should go do that schoolwork thing, huh?
Are you happy, dear? *muah*
At quarter of two this morning when i was brushing my teeth, there were 3 first-years also in the bathroom getting ready for bed. Little did they know that i was only just beginning my work. I hadn't been able to fall asleep before about 2 for most of the week anyway.
I was unbelievably stupid writing my Wordsworth paper, but somehow it doesn't suck. Well not a lot anyway.
I may yet do the Linguistics thing, but i think right now i should go to sleep.
[I procrastinate, but i also have this thing where i don't want to ever actually pull an all-nighter.]
I got 4 hours of sleep and am doing fairly well.
I did my Linguistics in about 20 minutes after lunch and i think i did it fairly well.
I think i could talk about Mansfield Park for days. What is up with that? I haven't participated in class all semester totalled up as much as i have in these two days on Mansfield Park. I think partly it's because i understood much better what was going on and could remember details and stuff. But now we're moving on to Coleridge. Who was friends with Wordsworth. So i am cringing in anticipation. Also, Fanny/Edmund is totally my Austen OTP [One True Pairing]. I've read 3 Austen works so far and they're the only couple i actually wanted to get together.
Okay, off to hand in the Linguistics, then go to work, then come home and make a to-do list, then proceed with my weekend. I can do this.