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and there's more
I didn't get to finish last night. Jessica and I went to Barnes and Noble where I got my first real caramel apple cider of the season. Yum. We looked at a really interesting book on body language. Afterwards we took a trip to the mall and I bought 2 shirts for $10, I was excited. I'm still trying to work on an article for the newspaper so maybe I can get some money someday. When we got back we watched a lot of What Not to Wear, and Jenn and Shannon stopped by for a bit. Jess's friend Frank came up to visit later on, and I was rather sleepy.
I have three tests next week, which is ridiculously dumb. Arthurian Lit won't be too bad, but Ethics on Monday will be difficult, and by the time I take Medieval England on Thurs my wrist will have fallen off from writing so much. Blast. Dr. Bogner is a great teacher, but he gives too many notes. I get Edwards I, II, and III mixed up sometimes. Throw in Richard, Prince Edward of Wales, King John of somewhere, and various other nobles, and I get lost. So I need to study for that one a lot.
I got a 93 on my Heart of Darkness presentation, which was exciting. My next presentation will be on Anne Bradstreet, so that should be interesting. Finding an American female author before 1850 that can be relevant to Paradise Lost wasn't the easiest project, and the only reason why I thought of her was because she is one of Dr. Zauhar's favorite poets. I miss her, even though at the time I took her classes I didn't think I would. At our last senior sem class, Fr Wulfstan and Dr. Snyder came in to hear senior ideas on future projects for the English department. I sat next to Snyder and told him what a strange reversal it was having him sit in a desk with us. We got some good ideas on the table, and after 45 minutes Snyder was out the door to go to Sharkys. Oh Snyder, I'll miss him too when I graduate.
Today I'm going home for the night and Ryan and I are going to see Sloe at her Target in Pittsburgh on Sunday. Next Friday I'm going back to Columbus with him, and then take a Greyhound to Pittsburgh. I'm nervous about riding in a bus for 4 hours alone with strangers, but I'm just happy I'm going to Columbus. Anyway, it will be an adventure. Maybe I'll write about it. Or maybe I'll just sleep most of the way home, whatever. Until next time.
The adventure continues...