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...by which I mean it's cold outside and my window is open and i'm wearing a floppy flannel plaid shirt and it's the greatest. Also new-old leggings from Zed.


No, Sarah, now is not the time to freak out about the up-coming semester and the 80,000 other things you haven't done. Just do what you need to do right now. Geez.
Mapquest says: bed but not sleeping
Mood-o-meter: exhaustedexhausted
The voices are singing: fridge humming
24 April 2013 @ 01:46 pm
Originally posted by xkcd_rss at Girls and Boys

YES GOOD. And the hovertext :D

at least, this is what happens when they don't go to college and self-combust from stress.
Mapquest says: Library
Mood-o-meter: indescribableindescribable
The voices are singing: "College Kids" by Relient K (it's a relevant song atm)
[fb] Z: I need a procrastination buddy!
[fb] me: me! on text tho b/c i'm self-controlling off fb.
[ten minutes]
[SMS] Z: Message from J. Harkness: I heard you were looking for a distraction.
[SMS] me: to j.h. *eyes up and down* yes? ;) (to z. you are the greatest)
[SMS] Z: Hahaha. From J.H. and Z: Happy to be of service :).
[SMS] me: Message from Spock: May I be of assistance?
[SMS] Z: *looks up*...*TACKLES* To S. hehe. Nice one :).
[SMS] me: That was not a logical move. (from s. ^_^)
[SMS] Z: And yet the outcome should still be fascinating ^_^.
[SMS] me: Spock *sputters* s. *cackles*
[SMS] Z: George Takei: Ooh myyy.!
[SMS] me: Ten: Stop it!
[SMS] Z: *fan-girl 'splode*
[SMS] me: Have i mentioned recently that i love you?
Mapquest says: on my couch
Mood-o-meter: gigglygiggly
The voices are singing: "College Kids" by Relient K
26 February 2013 @ 12:04 am
...that in the same batch of cookies, I managed to

  • mix the dry ingredients in the wrong bowl and have to move them out;

  • put a stick of butter on the top of the oven to soften with the opening of the wrapper facing down (think about that for a minute);

  • (ok this was a previous error) leave the ziplock bag of brown sugar slightly open so it was hard as a brick and have to break it up with a rolling pin;

  • almost forget the dry ingredients entirely;

  • almost forget the chocolate chips;

  • not mix the chocolate chips in all the way, so the first batch is super chocolately and the last batch is going to be my screw-ups with cherry M&Ms or something because the chips-to-dough ratio is totally shot now;

  • and set a tray of cookies down on a chair because i have ZERO COUNTER SPACE and then almost (but not actually!) sit on them.

At least the dough isn’t too sticky this time like it has been in the past.


ETA: Only wound up needing on M&M cookie. Hooray!
Mood-o-meter: impressedimpressed
03 January 2013 @ 03:26 am
OK, wow, I have a LOT of things to say but not nearly enough awakes to say them all. I'll be brief and maybe try to come fill the gaps later.

1) My family is all growing up. Like, duh, obviously we're growing up, but at my mom's family Christmas/New Year's this year, the older cousins all got along and ALL SIX OF US actually spent many hours in each others compan interacting, ven! And our parents didn't piss us off, and it was lovely.

2) I recently discovered I have synesthesia! It's a crossing of the wires in the brain, making multiple senses run together. (For further info, I recommend google, and the book Wednesday Is Indigo Blue, though that gets a bit technical at the end.) I had known it what it was for ages, but a month or so ago discovered that there are way more forms of it than I thought, and that I have two of the irregularly named ones: mirror touch syn and spatial sequence syn.
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It's fun because a) I know sort of how/why this happens, b) I've found other people with it and can talk about it (yay the internet!), and c) I finally have a legit "fun fact" for when I have to introduce myself in a group =P

1+2) My brother is astounding. I constantly underestimate him. Tonight I was telling a story about a friend of mine who has grapheme-->color syn, which led to a discussion about all of syn. I said I had a couple forms, and he wanted to know about them and to see what all the types were. So we went here and went down the list. We stayed up a good 2 hours past when I said I was going to bed, talking about all the forms and how they worked, and my brother says he has my same two forms! At some point he wanted to draw some of his number forms, and that launched a discussion about geometry and math and several other things. It was incredible. And, for a kid who professes to hate reading (dyslexia and ADD), when I brought him down a book on the subject, he turned his light on straight away and started reading it, despite saying he needed to go to sleep. You just have to know which buttons to press to get him excited. I feel so bad I often write him off as apathetic toward these kind of things.

Mapquest says: bed
Mood-o-meter: geeky
The voices are singing: Mr. Saxo Beat in my head
19 December 2012 @ 11:15 pm
Turned in my ed policy term paper a week late, but he liked it and was pretty lenient with the grading, so I came out way better than I expected in that class. They put final grades together wicked fast after the exam yesterday. Seriously I'm a bit uncomfortable with how high my grade is, but not complaining. Just feeling awkward.

Turned in my phonetics paper a couple days before that, think it was alright. He hasn't posted those grades yet or the semester grades. I think I did pretty well on that exam too.

Syntax exam was tricky but I think I did ok, especially since he's been on a weird curve all semester, so if the exam and/or class goes on that curve, I'm set.

Now just my Latin paper. About which I give surprisingly few bothers. Also I'm exhausted. It will be ok though. I'll turn this in by 11:30 tomorrow, and then be FREEEEEEEE.

...by which I mean free to wash the disturbing number of dishes in my sink and clothes in my hamper. And the clothes everywhere else in my room, including my bed, which is (partly) why I've been sleeping on the couch.


12 December 2012 @ 08:25 pm



04 December 2012 @ 10:55 am
Originally posted by dduane at 30 Day OTP Challenge: day 8: Shopping

You’d have trouble getting a definitive estimate of how many people pass through the Crossings on any given day. For one thing, the management has some reason to obfuscate the stats, specifically for security purposes. But regardless of the exact transit numbers being hidden, no one would argue the concept that a lot of people don’t go to the Crossings just to go somewhere else. Many go there just to go, because it truly is a stunning tourist destination..

Others, however, go to shop. Some go there to help others shop. And some… are less open about their motives.


Two young women, one almost a head taller than the other, materialize together on one of the blue-glowing hexes of the Gate 330 area. This forcewalled region of the wide white-shining Main Concourse floor is a “hard” target set aside for legacy gates like the oldest ones on Earth, which is where these travelers have come from; a routing via a dedicated catenary system in the New York suburbs, linking (for energy-saving purposes) through the old high-powered gate at Chur, and popping out here.

Reflexively the young women, seasoned travellers both, glance around them for a second after they manifest to make sure that none of the adjoining hexes are live: a smart move, as even in a facility this sophisticated, it only takes one software glitch combined with one careless moment to leave a person literally and physically bridging two different worlds. Once they’re sure the neighboring hexes are dark, they stroll off and out into the Concourse: a girl in blue jeans and a couple of layered tops in rose and green, under a short denim jacket; her companion in layered skirts and a force-braced camisole with red chase-light embroidery, keyed to her pulse.

“So, the emmfozing….”

“Yeah? What about it?”

“You were going to tell me how you got into it.”

“Yeah, well, you know how it is. Once you start grenfelzing, one thing just kind of leads to another…”

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**Note from Sarah: If you haven't read the Young Wizards books by Diane Duane, get on that. Ur doin YA/sci-fi/fantasy rong. Once you've done that, please start from her Master Post for the 30 Day OTP Challenge and read onward in her extracanonical writing because it is excellent and also roll-on-the-ground funny. (Tagged as fanfic even though, as she points out, it isn't really. Because of reasons.)
Mood-o-meter: ecstaticecstatic
29 November 2012 @ 02:28 pm
Having Self-Control banned myself from tumblr, facebook, AO3, Cracked, youtube, etc. (not LJ because there isn't the constant-update feature or the "you may also like..." links and because I want to be able to read Diane Duane's updates to the OTP challenge if she posts them), my new method of procrastinating seems to be walking down to the ResEd office for free burrito coupons.

Yes my life has come to this. And yes I still feel the need to write about it on the internet. I have no idea how I'm going to survive til next Friday. Or pass this ed policy class. Stop the world plz.

On the plus side, my mom sent me a package of yummy food ^_^ which is doubly good since I'm almost broke atm and don't want to buy any more food until next semester.

29 November 2012 @ 12:22 pm
Originally posted by xkcd_rss at Calendar of Meaningful Dates
Mapquest says: going to class
Mood-o-meter: apatheticapathetic
The voices are singing: tick tock (clock)
22 November 2012 @ 12:52 am
My sister said, "I don't understand. I was pretty sure that then entire Panera franchise was funded by our high school through that location. They're probably going to go out of business without our patronage now =P " And a friend posted a pic on facebook with a sad little eulogy thing, which just sparked a lot of ~memories~.

When I was very little, before Panera opened, there was a bread shop (no, Sarah, there's a word for that) bakery in the same strip. My mom bought raisin bread there frequently, maybe even normal bread, too; I can't remember. And the owner was absolutely lovely, and I always got a "sample" piece when we visited. But it closed, and I was heartbroken. Poor four-year-old me. (Or something.)

So when Mom told me there was a new bread shop opening (Panera), I got really excited. I was a bit sad when I discovered that it was more a restaurant than a shop, but whatever. But so many things have happened there. Happened there. Awkward verb tenses.

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It's just so strange that it's going away. My sister asked me today whether Cleveland or Boston felt more like home, and I had to say Boston, though it doesn't quite feel like home either. And I found a poem in my writing folder that I wrote when I got home at the beginning of this past summer, the last line of which was "And she wondered where home was." *sigh*


ETA: my location here sounds like Harry's address for his first Hogwarts letter =P
Mood-o-meter: pensivepensive
The voices are singing: "Tonight" by FM Static, in my head
20 November 2012 @ 01:45 am

i finished one of my papers, and can't get myself in the groove to do the next one. They were both due ages ago, with extensions, and then the expectation that i'd be done "over this weekend" only it's now the wee hours of Tuesday morning and >.<

Instead, i've realized my flight home was at the wrong time, freaked the frick out, swapped work shifts with an extremely generous and fantastic colleague, got that all sorted, and still been freaking out. Twenty-four hours from now, God willing, i will be in my bed asleep in Ohio. And that prospect is making it SO HARD to care about anything.

Also now i have to leave right after class tomorrow, but i haven't washed the dishes or cleaned my room or done laundry, and i have a meeting i have to make. Most importantly, the dishes and the meeting. The other things are less critical.

And all i want to do is sleep. But i also have syntax hw due, and i've used up my skip-an-assignment for that class =/ Hmm. i'm going to see the prof tomorrow. Maybe if i use the CRAP TRAVELING excuse, he'll give me til tomorrow night to scan it and send it. And i could work on it at the airport or something.

Screw it. i'm exhausted and i feel like crap. i'm packing clothes, washing the dishes, and going to bed. And sending in the one paper i've done, and doing the other one sometime tomorrow as well. Gosh, i'm ready for this semester to be over. i just hope i'm not inviting a worse fate on myself by saying that...

i started to post this on tumblr, and then i realized it was getting way too whiny and personal crap. i've decided that lengthy text posts, esp personal, don't need to be there. That's what proper blogs like LJ are for. Anything that needs to go under a cut on tumblr for a reason other than fanfic/spoilers is not going there. Shut up i make weird rules.

My TF for ed policy is absolutely amazing, and incredibly helpful. But he's already reaching Mr. T levels of i-don't-care-specifically-about-my-marks-i-just-don't-want-you-to-be-mad-at-me (Mr. T being my high school math teacher, whose homework i also regularly skimped on and then felt ridiculously guilty about and still did it late. This is a troubling pattern). So now i'm unmotivated AND guilt-trodden. (Is guilt-trodden a thing?)

i really hope i pull myself together over winter break. Because right now, the amount i care about school is this much: . And i hate being so apathetic.

Also i keep having this horrible thought that future employers are going to find my blogs and see me talk so much about how i have no drive and hate school, and they will never hire me to be a teacher. But at the same time, this happens to *everyone*, and i think it's an important thing to get out in the open. Soooooo yeah. idk. i'm not awake enough to be philosophical.

Mapquest says: Boston
Mood-o-meter: stressedstressed
The voices are singing: quiet
Ed policy paper I got an extension on? nope
Ed policy reading that's actually due tomorrow? nope [though I wouldn't normally do that til tomorrow night anyway]
Syntax hw I should have done 2 weeks ago, was extended for everyone til last Thursday, and then I still didn't do? nope
...tied in with Study for syntax exam tomorrow even in the slightest since I haven't done that yet at all? nope

After I had all of today off. Ugh i just want to punch myself in the face. I am the worst. What even.

And by snow day I mean hurricane day.
26 October 2012 @ 01:45 pm
So my friend Newton (entropic_order) was going through her LJ which she hasn't used in ages, and then I started going through it too, and I found this and so I decided to do it because why not. Also the new expandable LJ-cuts are pretty sweet. Also I decided to limit this to songs I actually know/listen to frequently, not that have been sitting on my computer for projects or whatever.

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This is really freaking weird. I should do this again without any soundtrack or filmscores.
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26 October 2012 @ 12:14 pm
I tried to repost a cool guide-to-HTML-on-LJ thing, but it didn't work. So here's a link.


Also the language tags are the coolest!
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Yeah, so, just made that nostalgic post... Now here's the part where I whine a lot.

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Anyway. On the plus side, I'm going to sleep now, and also today Ev and K and I played "fandom" Mao where all the rules were fandom-related (ish) and it was fantastic. K's were pretty tricky, but when she explained them, they were clever and I liked them. We're cool kids.
Mood-o-meter: anxiousanxious
The voices are singing: something ticking, idk what
12 August 2012 @ 12:18 am
I'm at my grandparents' for the second time this summer. They're moving to a retirement community in a couple weeks, and we came earlier to help them sort our things, and now to help them move things. It's going to be sad to leave this house and to say good-bye to all the memories and things.

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It's time for my grandparents to leave this house, and I won't really mourn it or anything. But everyone has come here this summer to say good-bye and to help clear it out, and I haven't seen Kim or Karen's families at all. It's just another part of growing up that I'm not wrapping my mind around well.

Ella-belle and Mags are going to remember this move as I remembered the move here. Maybe. How should I know. I remember a lot of things about the old house, too, but they're for another time. I just needed to ramble tonight.

Mood-o-meter: nostalgicnostalgic
The voices are singing: Ev watching DW downstairs
18 June 2012 @ 06:18 pm
Tumblr has taken over my blogging, wheeee, whatever.

This is my life today:
  • Get out of bed. Be totally exhausted.
  • Babysit cute children.
  • Run errands.
  • Come home and internet instead of lunch. Oops.
  • Have snack and run on elliptical while listening to audiobook.
  • Lie down to do crunches. Do some crunches.
  • Fall asleep on floor, wake up not knowing what time it is, how long you've been out, and not knowing what your arm is because it's gone to sleep too.
  • Be grumpy and continue to internet.
  • Have cat sit on your lap.
And that's where I am at this point. Yay for productivity. Dad's bringing home takeout, and then i suspect an audiobook/work marathon for the evening. And possibly some Doctor Who. Sarah has such an exciting life.

Mapquest says: living room
Mood-o-meter: groggygroggy
The voices are singing: summer rain and kitty purring
27 April 2012 @ 11:11 am

Dear birds who are awake and chirping at 2:00am:

SHUT UP! You are confusing my brain making it think it's morning.

Grumpily yours,

Posted via LiveJournal app for iPhone.

Mood-o-meter: awake
The voices are singing: birds
25 April 2012 @ 04:21 pm
I'm a wreck. And I don't even care one bit. :D

In December (I think) I started a secondary blog on tumblr called books-to-the-ceiling, which is primarily a method of keeping a record of books I've read. (I'm also using the drafts for my to-read list, haha). I left tumblr during Lent, and when I returned, I took my book blog back up with a new passion. Unfortunately, creating the entries is rather time-consuming (though lovely), and (un)fortunately, it's driving my desire to curl up in bed with books for days on end up to an unhealthy degree.

[We interrupt this personal reflection to ask: Is it tmesis to split up a phrasal verb? Like I just did with "driving up desire"? Even if it's a common thing to split? Hmmmmm.]

So right now I'm reading Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, which is getting better the more of it I read. Also Annie on my Mind, because I found it in the Ed School library and desperately wanted to reread it, though I'm stopped in the middle because I can't bring myself to read the end. It was tugging too much on my heartstrings already. Maybe I'll finish rereading it over the summer.

But then, today I was in the library and I looked at their New Books section, and I checked out a couple. The first (which I'm about 90 pages into already ^_^) is called Why We Broke Up, by Daniel Handler, whom I only just realized is Lemony Snicket. Wow, good job Sarah. And I was so totally blown away by this realization that I stopped to write it up here. Because the writing is SO different (well, yeah, fine, it's pitched at a YA audience, not an elementary school one, but still! [and yes YA and adults can read books pitched "younger"...]) and I didn't even notice when I picked it up who wrote it, but the story is told from a girl's perspective.

And I'm just trying to remember the last book I read that wasn't HP where the author and main character were not of the same gender. I mean...Tamora Pierce's books about Briar, but they're certainly the minority in her canon. Siobhan Dowd wrote Bog Child. I dunno, it just seems less common. BUT THE POINT IS: Daniel Handler writes it beautifully and real-ly and he writes the way a 16-year-old girl writes, and he uses nonstandard words like squoze (past tense of squeeze) because that's what real people do! (</moriarty>) It just makes me really happy.

Next up is a Newbery Honor and National Book Award winner called Inside Out & Back Again, which sounds really cool. And all the really awesome stuff that Diane Duane has written that's not Young Wizards which I didn't really know about, including the 9th YW book b/c I didn't reread it last year since the library didn't have it, and the adult YW books (THERE ARE ADULT ONES WHAT?). I'm such a DDuane fangirl it's kind of ridiculous.

But now, shower, dinner, ASL talent show, and moving on with life. Also Cabin Pressure and then more books :)

Mapquest says: on bed, not in bed
Mood-o-meter: pleasedpleased
24 April 2012 @ 06:21 am
So this is officially the worst all-nighter ever. It's 6:15. I've still not written a single word of this paper. I fell asleep about two hours ago and woke up around 5:40, dreaming about One Direction and Josh Hutcherson or whatever his name is. WHAT? I put these people in my tumblr savoir black list before I fell asleep, and I don't even know what 1d look like and yet they/their names were all hovering before my eyes when I woke up.

I pause in my failure at life only to document this, because it's TOO FREAKING WEIRD.

Now back to your regularly scheduled disaster. Semantics class starts in ~4.5 hours. 6-8 page Latin paper that isn't really a Latin paper, here I come. *moritur*

Mapquest says: lame side of basement
Mood-o-meter: exhaustedexhausted and grumpy
The voices are singing: sounds
23 April 2012 @ 04:30 am

My roommate goes to New York nearly every weekend to see her sister and gets back at like 4:00am on Sunday night / Monday morning. I was still awake this time because too much caffeine and stuff. But every week...that must make Mondays miserable!

Also death tomorrow / later today. Yay.


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Mapquest says: bed
Mood-o-meter: grumpygrumpy
The voices are singing: sounds
04 April 2012 @ 03:04 am

Yesterday I scanned pages I needed from a book with the specific intention of printing them 2 pages per side. Promptly printed 1 a side. At least I did get them double-sided. So much paper.

Today (errrrr yesterday >.<) I put my laundry in and forgot about it for several hours. I finally went back to dry it, but it still isn't dry. So there goes anther $1.50 and they'll have to sit there till I wake up.

Also tomorrow/tonight (Wednesday) is my first RA meeting. Yay! Also no time for homework and I suck at planning ahead / time management. Grwarrrrr.

Good night.

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Mapquest says: BED
Mood-o-meter: sleepy
02 April 2012 @ 02:11 am

So just for kicks I just downloaded the free version of Draw Something for my iPod. Super fun and addictive. Also I'm sleepy.


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Mapquest says: bed
Mood-o-meter: tired
The voices are singing: "Long Live" by tswift in my head
28 March 2012 @ 03:08 pm
I've decided I'm going to cross-post my lang-8 entries here. Not really sure why, but what the heck. Just posted the ones that I've written recently.
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Mapquest says: my room
Mood-o-meter: tiredtired
The voices are singing: birds chirping
28 March 2012 @ 01:15 pm

This is one for the tumblr linguists once Lent is over.

My morphology prof today: "So why isn't the past tense of "tweet" "twat"?"

Only one of us had the heart to tell him that twat is already a word...

Then, "OHHHHHH. Gee, thanks guys. Well, maybe that is a case of homophony avoidance…"

It was pretty entertaining. The poor terp at the time was super red in the face and we all couldn't stop giggling. Apparently the prof just thought we thought it sounded too ridiculous to apply an ablaut rule to such a new verb. Not a new verb. That verb. =P

To be fair, he is not a native English speaker. I was sitting there wondering if anyone was going to tell him what it meant, but then Jon did. The bits of the conversation I could overhear were funny. "Do I know what it means? Wait, how do you know what it means? OHHHHHH..." Oops.


Mapquest says: my room
Mood-o-meter: amusedamused
The voices are singing: quiet
28 March 2012 @ 12:32 am
But I've had the most amazing, terrifying, lovely [literally] conversation with mi care.

Bad-words! I'm not ready to be a grown-up. I'm scared.

Mapquest says: BED
Mood-o-meter: anxiousanxious
The voices are singing: roommate on the phone...?
27 March 2012 @ 10:32 pm
Have been awake for 36 hours unless you count the few seconds of nodding off during ASL class tonight. That's one class you definitely can't sleep in. I'm nuts.

Has been a good day, though. Err, two days. Day and a half. Stretch of time. Whatever.

Mapquest says: BED
Mood-o-meter: exhaustedexhausted
The voices are singing: the fridge
27 March 2012 @ 10:01 am
Aujourd’hui, je suis très fatiguée. Hier, je n’avais achevé pas encore ma dissertation pour mon cours du latin, et donc j’ai due encore sur la travailler. Mais, j’avais eu la certitude de réussir. Mais je n’a dormi pas beaucoup !

Hier, aussi, quand j’aurais due travailler sur ma dissertation, j’étais assise dans la bibliothèque de l’École de l’Éducation à mon université. J’ai trouvé un livre intitulé, « Nothing but the Truth (And a Few White Lies) » (« Rien que le Vérité (et Des Mensonges Pieux) »). J’ai lis tout le livre parce qu’il était très bon. Il est de une jeune fille qui est moitié taïwanaise et moitié blanche, et qu’elle sent qu’elle ne s’intégrait pas aux Taïwanais où aux Américains. Le titre est intéressent parce qu’en anglais, un mensonge pieux est un mensonge « blanc », donc il est un calembour — elle a les mensonges pieux et les mensonges de son identité, blanche et taïwanaise.

Samedi sera un tournoi appelé « certamen » pour les étudiants du latin en collège et lycée. Certamen est le mot latin pour compétition. Nous, les étudiants en université, le dirigerons. Hier, nous avons révisé les questions pour le tournoi. Dernier dimanche, nous avons révisé des autres questions, mais trop de gens essayaient d’aider, et le processus a devenu très difficile. Hier, seules quatre ont aidé, et il était beaucoup plus de calme.

Maintenant, j'ai juste fini le petit dejeuner, mais j'ai trente minutes avant mes cours. Je pense que je lirai un autre livre. Ce livre est intitulé « Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy » (« Bohémien(?)*, Tailleur, Soldat, Espion »). C'est intéressent, mais je n'ai lis pas encore beaucoup du livre parce que j'ai le laissé dans un salle de classe pendent le week-end. Oups. On en a fait un filme, « La Taupe » en français. Je veux le voir parce que des acteurs en ce film sont Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, et Benedict Cumberbatch. Tous ces acteurs sont magnifiques !

Si vous avez lit toute ma texte, merci beaucoup ! Aujourd'hui j'ai écrit beaucoup.

*Le mot « tinker » en anglais n'est plus un nom, seulement une verbe. Donc, je ne sais pas exactement qu'est-ce que ce mot. Wikipedia a dit-moi que ces quatre mots sont d'une vielle comptine. Je ne sais pas ! :)
Mapquest says: Dining hall
Mood-o-meter: cheerfulcheerful
The voices are singing: sound

Arguments on linguistic validity of above meme aside... nerhh.[nɹ̩ɹ̩ɹ̩ɹ̩] (or [nɹ̩ː]?) I wonder why I prefer the h's orthographically. Nerhhh just looks so much better than nerrrrrrr. *shrug*

Today I get to tell my Greek prof that I'm dropping his class. I tried to be prepared for class today anyway, and it totally failed. I just can't focus on anything. I suppose that does support my case for dropping it, but it still made me feel like an idiot. Wahh. I have a meeting with him in half an hour. So not excited.

Then writing up my proposal to drop the class for my advisor (who already approved but said I need it in writing). Then writing my Latin paper for tomorrow and doing the reading. And then the reading for semantics. Huzzah. Also maybe I should check the assignment for ASL. Gahhh I just feel so overwhelmed and the weather is so nice and I just want to go lie on the grass by the river and be happy. *sigh*


P.S. I'd love to add a "currently reading" or "most recently read" meta field... Is that even possible?
Mapquest says: library
Mood-o-meter: worriedworried
The voices are singing: sounds