I finished my Sociology reading earlier, so now i just have to write my book review (for Friday), and i wanna do my Russian reading. Yay accomplishments and good moods.
Unrelatedly, i don't hate my job, but next year i definitely need to get a job doing something that isn't office work. Reference Assistant would be really cool. Or Circulation would be okay. Maybe working at Forbes. Not that the work has to be library-related, just something where i'm not filing etc. for 10 hours a week. (And i don't think i'd mind maybe doing a Saturday dish shift, but i am not cleaning 10 hours a week.) But yeah, i don't have to deal with this for quite a while, so i'm not going to think about it.
Also, people who leave me messages (AIM, LJ, e-mail, phone) make me happy.
And the fact that i will be very nearly home in 48 makes me very happy.
[edited to add that i now own a dark grey zip-up hooded Smith sweatshirt; yay]
VelmasLizard: I should skim the book i'm supposed to review but i'm so tempted to do my Russian reading instead. Sigh. I could neither and catch up on LJ. (why is there no devil smiley?)
Gonzo523: (laughs) I think you should do that.
VelmasLizard: :-) You're such a good influence.
Gonzo523: It's purely selfish, I assure you.
VelmasLizard: Oh i'm sure.
Gonzo523: OK. On to the diagrams. Yee-hah.
VelmasLizard: Enjoy. They're fairly easy until you get to the Korean page.
Gonzo523: Journal-away. Mention me at least twice.
VelmasLizard: Aye aye captain.
Gonzo523: As in, "Joan is way fabulous. Hail, Joan!"
Gonzo523: That's just a rough example. You're welcome to spruce it up a bit.
[and i can say "Joan" instead of your screenname if you want, but i figured you wouldn't care]
Joan's current away message is "Insert interesting Away Message here." which makes me laugh.
And yes, Joan is one of my favorite people.
Are you happy now?