Do you want to hear a funny story? I'm sure you do. Today I had a Very Important Exam and I forgot a few things at home:
1. a pen
2. the keys to my house
3. my brain
Fortunately I managed to get a pen but not the 2 other things. That's okay because I have tonight to stave off insanity before the next Very Important Exam.
Today I wanted to talk to you about WINTER but I totally forgot everything I wanted to write about a few days ago and haven't been able to remember since. So I'm sorry I have the mental capacity of a fetus. There are so many hipster photos of the desolation of winter on tumblr, you can just go look there.
Anyways, I'm just going to tell you a few things, in a addition to the few things I told you last week.
1. there are 222 unread items in my google reader
2. what should i eat for dinner?
Alright, so there's not much going on in my head that doesn't have to do with school. Look, here's a graph I made about my brain.
I sure hope that that's mathematically accurate as I am one of those people who are mathematically challenged ("I crack jokes now and then, but it's only because I struggle with math" - Tina Fey).
But seriously? The end of this semester is kind of making me sad. See, even though I didn't really like this semester, I really liked this semester. I think I didn't like this semester because I was really sad for half of it. But once things started to pick up, I really enjoyed my classes. Except for the Canadian Law one which makes me want to BLOW MY BRAINS OUT (though I still think it's a really important class to take and therefore am proud of myself for sticking it out and simultaneously disappointed in myself for forgetting s.10 of the Charter on my VIE today). And even though Concordia's library is not as cozy and comfy and beautiful as Dawson's, I've still come to appreciate it for its weird sections and stairs that make me out of breath, even if right now there are too many people and not enough chairs and desks.
Basically I am not ready for this semester to be over (I am kind of ready for exams to be over, though) (I would like to learn things and not have to prove that I've learned them). I am, however, really excited to read things that I want to read and watch movies that I want to watch! So far I have ~2.5 weeks of break to read:
1. Veronica by Mary Gaitskill
2. Inferno by Eileen Myles
3. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles by Haruki Murakami
and 2.5 weeks of break to watch:
1. the episodes of 30 rock I've missed
2. Last Train Home
3. Trembling Before God
and anything else that might come up.
Also I'm going to England the 22nd of December with possibly no internet which might be the most freeing thing in the world. Not that I don't love you, internet, but sometimes you are just so overwhelming and clingy. I'm coming back though, don't worry.