In Recovery

I’m now recovering, yet again, from another period of far too little sleep. Got 10 hours last night, which means I’m only down four over the last two nights. I had lunch with (UHC) Tammy today, and found myself in a Good Mood (I used to have Good Moods much more frequently, a few years ago) this afternoon…but otherwise the day was pretty unremarkable. My last dance class was today; I’ll miss that during winter break, but that’s about all I’ll miss.

Here’s a convenient checklist of the perils that await me in the next week:

[  ] BA 352: O.B. Final, 7:30 AM Tuesday

[  ] MTH 440: Hashing Paper, noon Tuesday

[  ] MTH 451: Linear Algebra Final, 6:00 PM Thursday

[  ] BA 325: Tax Final, 9:30 AM Friday

Yes, I have one of the crappiest finals schedules you could ask for. A week from tomorrow, though, I’ll be free! Free as a bird! Free to call Eric and see if he’s still alive! Free to visit Andy in his new (currently internet-free) apartment! Free to (maybe) pick up Brian and Miwa from the airport! Free to watch anime, sleep in, and laze about!

It’s just getting to the end of next week that I don’t look forward to.

I’ll now join the ranks of the zombie bloggers, temporarily, to see if I can. (No, these won’t be a common feature of my blog.) Aside from my curiosity, I also found the description entertaining.


Your integrity and sense of morals are as strong as a steel wall. Your honesty and pride give you honour, and your haste to defend the honour of good people make you worthy of being called a friend. But you harbour deep feelings of unworthiness, and hide them beneath layers of outward strength and discipline. Because of this, you have a hard time allowing others to call you a friend, and find much of your discontentment turn into frustration. Try to understand that by letting others in, you eliminate much of your frustration and improve your true self-image. Which Love Hina Girl Are You?

Wow. Hacking that code to look decent here was annoying.


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