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

"Anything worth doing is worth obsessing over."

-from the cover of the card my mommy sent me

On the inside she wrote "A little something to get you through your last two weeks at Smith!"  Enclosed was a jar of (undercooked per my preference) chocolate chip cookies.  They arrived yesterday and are definitely mostly gone already.

I decided "fuck this" and hauled myself out of bed to take the 9am exam this morning because really, how much "studying" was i gonna do before 2pm? and this way i have a free afternoon.  My long essay was crap as it was nearly devoid of specifics, but i think i did well on everything else.  Last undergraduate exam ever, done.  I can now be fannish without guilt.

Because the fic i read tends to range from poignant to rip-your-heart-out-and-step-on-it, with dollops of just plain dark, i thought i would point out that the majority of juleskicks's fic is upbeat.  Also: Emma, have you read mpoetess' Small Fries?

So, um,  i am working at SCMA all day Friday [tomorrow], but otherwise am available just about whenever.  Therefore, those of you who will be around should make plans to hang out with me.

I heart craigslist. (thanks hedy)
Tags: family: my mom loves me, fanfic: recs, links
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