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


I finished my paper around 3am. It wasn't much worse than it would have been if i were getting an actual grade on it, which is impressive since i didn't read the book at all, just skimmed it.

Then i read Pavlova's A Double Life and went to bed around 4am, getting about 4 hours of sleep. (Oversleeping = no shower. Grr.)

We didn't even actually talk about Pavlova in class because we got our professor talking about another Russian woman writer. Oh well. Still one less thing for me to have to read over Break. And i realized that i don't have serious boatloads of work to do this weekend, which is cool.

I definitely don't like Wordsworth. He reminds me of Thoreau -- "Look at Nature. Isn't it pretty, and profound. Listen to me. Aren't I great." Wordsworth adds "Look at that noble farmer/child/some-other-person-who-is-below-me. Look what we can learn from them" to the typical "Look at how wonderful Nature is and what we can learn from it." I'm not a fan of Jane Austen, but she's welcome after this trash.

We (the Smith College Museum of Art) are moving back into our newly renovated building soon, so i spent most of my afternoon packing office supplies into boxes.

And it's raining and there's never any decent food right before break.

But in approximately half an hour i will be on my way home. Nothing can ruin my good mood.

Also, thanks to oatmilk for making me a new hugs icon. I kinda want a new "i do it for the joy it brings" icon but i can't decide on a person never mind a source pic. Any one have any suggestions?

Mmm, think that's about it. Go fill out my survey. (Sorry there's no #10. That's what i get for editing late at night.)

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