Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

Clearly this morning merits a recap.

2:34am - finished 1984 and went to bed

8:08am - got up. went to take a shower and was informed that there was no hot water. tried it anyway, along with another student. Okay, this was not the lukewarm whatever water, this was a complete and total lack of any heat whatsoever in the water. SO COLD!

8:30 - was brushing my teeth and informed a shower-enterer that there was no not water. she tried it anyway (of course) and declared that there was in fact hot water. and lo, there was, so i got to take my shower after all.

8:50 - went to put my wallet in my pocket and saw there was no student ID card. FUCK!!! I distinctly remember swiping it to get into Scott Gym for my Self-Defense class last night and i don't think i used it after that. I was looking up books online for my UMass class and requesting 5-College copies (which necessitates my ID card) but i think that was earlier in the evening. I hit up Public Safety and the gyms this morning and no one's turned it in, which is no surprise since it was 9am and i must have lost it sometime after about 7:15pm last night. Am very not happy about this, though. It means i can't eat anywhere besides my own house 'cause i can't get in anywhere (and i'll probably have to borrow someone's card to swipe for my own house), i have to pay to use the PVTA (hello UMass class), i can't check out (or renew) 5-College library books, and i likely can't get into my ESS class 'cause it's all locked up by 7pm on a Monday night (though if i still can't find my card i will have replaced it well before next Monday). Clearly there are worse things that could happen, and it is only 15 or 20 bucks to replace it, but i'd really rather not have to replace it, especially since i'm graduating in 8 months anyway.
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