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

day

First: not that anyone's asked for it, but "Planet X" by Christine Lavin - an mp3 on YSI.


This morning I started dozing off after Back Bay.  I kept waking up as we pulled into South Station and thinking, "maximal dozeage."  Then I heard the conductor say, "You asleep here?" (or something like).  That hasn't happened since the summer.

I was still kinda hungry despite having had breakfast, so I got an orange-banana smoothie at Harvard T Station.  FemaleSmoothiePerson is not chatty, which is fine (I usually just want services rendered and don't wanna have to deal with conversation; note to self: remember to leave a comment on musesfool's post) it's just not what I'm used to.

I wore my suit jacket today because I don't have a nice spring jacket (at Smith I always wore my grey hoodie or sometimes my blue faux-vinyl).

Right Now for
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47°F
Feels Like
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Updated Mar 13 09:00 a.m. ET


I really do love the spring.  Though I love the winter and the autumn more.  I wish I didn't have to get so defensive about my love for the other-than-traditionally-paradisical weather, though.  And then I still get tetchy in the spring because then people are complaining about the grey or the rain or whatever.  Hot&humid makes me wanna curl up and die, but otherwise I'm pretty willing to take what comes in terms of weather.  (Like all people, sometimes I don't wanna deal with preciptation or cold temps or whatever, but usually the weather brings me joy or at least doesn't bring me distress.  Excepting summertime -- see aformentioned comment about hot&humid -- where enjoyable weather is the exception to my expectation.)

(Sidenote: I hear it's supposed to snow later this week.  I'll believe it when I see it, of course, but it is true-feeling that it's not really spring until we have a freak snowstorm.)

Millionaire today:
+ Earth's 2005 population approximately: 3.5 billion, 4.5 billion, 5.5 billion, 6.5 billion.  Answer: 6.5 billion
+ Strongest bone in the body: mandible, cranium, femur, scapula.  Answer: femur
+ Also: I totally knew stridulation [$50thou, which the woman switched out of... rewarded with a "Who was John Kerry dating in the 1980s" question] thanks to a random post from speacechilde back in December.

From the bottom of an e-mail I received today:
Notice of Confidentiality
This transmission contains information that may be confidential and that may also be privileged. Unless you are the intended recipient of the message (or authorized to receive it for the intended recipient), you may not copy, forward, or otherwise use it, or disclose its contents to anyone else. If you have received this transmission in error, please notify us immediately and delete it from your system.
I love the "(or authorized to receive it for the intended recipient)".

Busy day, with Prof.B. leaving the country Wednesday night for 10 days [travel stuff is set, it's smooshing teaching and consulting and etc. into the remaining time and juggling reschedule]. No stories I feel compelled to tell, though.
Tags: food: harvard fruit smoothie, mp3s, tv: millionaire, weather
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