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


The only real votes I've gotten so far re: party are requests for August, so I'm thinking perhaps a birthday party (Saturday, July 8 -- the day before my birthday) and then an apartmentwarming in August. This would segue nicely into the monthly dinner party tradition I'd like to start.

I feel weird having any party before the official apartment-warming, though. Also, two parties means twice the planning. It would theoretically help relieve my "There's no way everyone I want to be able to attend will be able to attend; ergo : pout" feelings.

Thoughts? Anyone? (My impression so far is that basically no one cares.)

Oh, and Prof.B. thinks I should take some vacation time. (As does everyone else, of course.) I feel weird 'cause I would basically use it to get stuff done rather than do anything fun (though yes of course that's my perogative, and I know my mom and brother would v. much endorse my going through my boxes). Is there anyone who would like to visit me who would prefer visiting on a weekday rather than a weekend? 'Cause I could totally take a day (or more) off to do that. Theoretically I could also take time off to go visit someone else, but I don't think anyone wants to see me that badly.
Tags: parties: planning

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