May 2nd, 2003

"I'm a nun - I'm a penguin!"

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I FINALLY finished my poetry portfolio! And turned it in over an hour after it was due, but that's ok! Weeeee! *falls over* 2 down, 2 to go, and I still have to pack, see Brandon about scribe-related stuff, and go to the paint store tomorrow with my future housemates so we can pick out all sorts of pretty colors. Of course, I don't really care what color anything is as long as my room isn't pink or tan or anything (Sara agreed, and she's like me, she likes bright colors and dark colors, so I think we'll be fine). And I have trouble defining what I want and tend to be passive regarding decision making when others are involved, so I don't know if I need to go. But I want to be there to see what colors we'll pick, and I have a few things I want to discuss with people regarding the library, chores, groceries, etc.

Once I'm home and have free time, I'll add all my portfolio poems to my site so you can see what kind of crap poetry I've been writing. I only posted a few of my rough drafts, and they're all completely revised now. Well, except for the Hedwig one, I only changed a few things in that since I liked how tacky it sounded and I got stuck on a few lines and just left them the way they were. It's hard to revise a sonnet anyway.

I'm tired... 4 1/2 hours of sleep makes a delirious Ade. And I'm hungry. I'm always hungry. I eat enough, why am I always so damned hungry?!?! Grrr... oh well. I'll have a snack to tide me over until I go eat in 2 hours. I have plenty of snack food left. Maybe I'll make tea. Maybe I'll take a nap so I don't collapse or babble about finals and what kind of food I'm going to eat. Sorry if my posts have been boring and/or chaotic lately, it's just this week. I'll be better on Monday, when I'm at home and well-rested! Seriously!

But on the other hand, I'm wearing my "Sorry I missed church, I was busy practicing witchcraft and becoming a lesbian" shirt, and that always puts a grin on my face.
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