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Kiwi Crocus
14 March 2009 @ 01:42 pm
This will probably just be a post of some of the stuff I remember. A lot of stuff is in the Twitter updates.

I did an all-nighter Thursday night, not surprisingly. I liked it. I think it produced something reasonable too--the best I can do to write about many topics in 1500 words with references and citations INCLUDED in the wordcount. It's a bit dumb, really.

Juju/Juliette asked me the other day if I was alright. I smiled and said, "Sure, I think." Then she laughed a bit and looked thoughtful. She told me, "That's right. You don't really get down like that, do you? Like the others?" I was confused. She explained that there's nothing I particularly do that's concerning when I've hit a down in my rollercoaster--I don't get drunk and sick, or harm myself, or do really stupid things. Mildly stupid but more in an emo-angst laugh-about-it-later way. She congratulated me, which confused me a bit more. But I was still smiling. It reminded me that I'm really always OK. So she sort of answered her own "Are you OK?" question. I think she gets what I mean now when I say I'm always OK.

Thursday we pulled Duncan's leg a lot. I like having a very human, approachable professor. We tease him for his harsh marking. He teases me too. When we almost got lost in the truck on the way to the field trip (me, Jojo/Jo, Ems/Emma, Ceej/CJ and him) and I was reading he jested, "It's Kiwi's fault." I laughed a lot. The field trip went pretty alright although there wasn't much talk. We did a lot of birdwatching and Jojo and I acted posh with each other, like a tea party with teddy bears.

Friday I didn't end up watching Grey's because the Internet must have zonked some time when I was out and it didn't finish buffering correctly. I got into bed with my book and read a chapter, then zonked. Friends tried to knock on my door for film but I was too beautifully tired to move. I slept through the night with wonderful dreams including Brooke Smith and a slew of other things. Woke at 8 to my alarm telling me to go to non-existent classes and dreampt until 10. Showered, tea'd and Interwebbed, down to dinner with friends.

Now I'm upstairs. Plan for today is to watch Grey's and one episode of Xena, clean my room, work on my Scots Pine presentation and start revising for exploiters.

My tummy did not like today's food.
 
 
Current Music: Snowbound - The London Symphony Orchestra
 
 
Kiwi Crocus
14 March 2009 @ 06:54 pm
This is why I love Exploiters and Exploited:

Quotes included in the initial first-term packet...Collapse )

Setting up my revision, so I re-stumbled upon those and love them. May put them in my quote book.
 
 
 
Kiwi Crocus
14 March 2009 @ 08:01 pm
  • 09:35 Governments often stink: tinyurl.com/clenby
  • 10:06 @domigan Because twitter is cool and you know it.
  • 10:08 @TomFelton Subway is the God of my group of uni friends. Has to be healthier than all the chips we'd eat if we weren't eating Subway...
  • 10:59 At some point I'm going to write a song called "Tea Party with Teddy Bears" and I declare that some day, it will be epic with the ukulele.
  • 12:16 I now have a clean room, surfaces scrubbed and everything. Yay. TV now, then revision organisation. Dreadness. Oh well. Noodles tonight!
  • 12:44 There's a floutist in the marching band on Grey's. Awwwr. Reminds me of junior high. Giggles. Never did join that marching band, oh well!
  • 14:08 TV watching regretfully over. Time to take out the revision material. I've got a plan, though. Hopefully, in some reality, that will help.
  • 14:41 The multiple-choice on this exam won't be negatively marked! Win! But I have to know about microscope work and staining. Fail.
  • 15:44 I so fangirl Sara Ramirez now for Spamalot and her stagework/singing/voice. Grey's snags actors and actresses way too good for it! Haha.
And that's a wrap, folks! Kupokweh!