Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The Spring Break Adventures pt. 2

Yesterday I rearranged my room so that in the afternoon the sun now falls on my bed and not on my computer/desk. The only problem with that is that it creates a lethal sun-patch! A nap trap, if you like. Unfortunately it's grey and rainy out, so I won't be able to enjoy it today.

Yes I have a Welsh flag, a map of England, and tons of Arthurian stuff on my walls. 

add to that the pictures from the Lindisfarne gospels

Basically all I did was flip the bed and the desk, and then move the stuff on the walls to go with it. Oh, and get rid of my bedside "table".

After I rearranged my room, I had to watch the rest of the 1995 Pride and Prejudice! It was SO hard! Poor pitiful me, having to watch Jane Austen movies for break! Unfortunately, that bit of fun is only part of a disgusting amount of work to do. Three papers, not counting the take-home essay for Medieval Lit, Latin translation, tons of research for the 290 paper, research for the Old Norse paper, also for Medieval Lit. It's all manageable, but a lot of work when all I want to do is lounge around and read The Hunger Games, which I still have not started...

Culinarily (not a word, I know) yesterday was quiet. I had what I've been having for breakfast (see previous post for picture/description), and Rachel and I had breakfast for lunch because we didn't feel like putting anything complicated together. Dinner was leftover chilli. It was delicious. Even more delicious than yesterday. Or maybe we were just more hungry...

Today's agenda includes reading the three articles and six books I got out for 290 (I won't be reading ALL of all the books, but sections, at least), translating Fortunatus for Latin, and writing my Medieval Lit. take home paper. I'm falling behind my own break schedule. This is not good. But I can't bring myself to care... this is very, very bad... I may also watch "King Arthur" with Rachel for History of England, and we're going grocery shopping at some point too.

In other news, my brother is arriving today, so I'm super excited about that, as he hasn't seen Wheaton yet, and I'm not going to see him again until early June...

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