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

Interesting that Purim starts on Maundy Thursday this year.

I have been so lethargic and braindead recently (so if i've neglected to comment on something, just poke me) that i made a concerted effort to be good and productive today.
  • I went to bed at a decent hour last night and and got up at a decent hour this morning. This meant i had breakfast, which was good because lunch was lame. (And there were cookies at seminar.)
  • I wore my new boots.
  • I checked my mail and filled out a Research Methods survey.
  • I made intelligent contributions in Skarda's class (and in seminar).
  • I had too-brief conversation about religion and politics and etcetera with Meg after lunch.
  • I did well on my seminar paper and was affirmed in my impression that i am farther along in the final paper process than at least some of my classmates.
  • Salad bar at dinner was exciting.
  • I learned at dinner that The Rocky Horror Picture Show includes a Jane Eyre allusion. And that The Unfortunately Named Lingerie Store now stocks sex accessories as well.
  • I finished the fic feedback that had been sitting partially-written on my computer for a while. (And was reminded what brilliant writersfox1013 and jennyo are. I also finally read "The Lure of Lies", because 2 people in the past week had seen it on Subtile Pairings and e-mailed me with praise for and a request to archive it -- my e-mail address had been accidentally attached to the author's name. Honestly, it was the sequel that really made me fall in love with the story.)
  • I went to Maundy Thursday service at First Churches. And they served real bread for Communion.
    And did The Vigil of Tenebrae, which i don't remember from the Maundy Thursday service i went to at United but which i think is so powerful.
  • Ruhi gave me yummy hamentaschen.

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