Monthly Archives: October 2016

He’s a Kent pumpkin with the personality of a butternut squash

Mosaic day on Thursday did not go as I had hoped. I feared that would be the case. I stayed up working on the drawing I mentioned, only to find out I did it wrong. Everyone (minus Dr. Shaggy) seemed … Continue reading

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Things happen when you don’t understand the metric system¬†

What kind of things, you ask? All kinds. Take for instance, my recent Amazon purchase… I didn’t know how much a kilogram of peanut butter was. But now I know. It’s a bucket size. This is actually a happy accident … Continue reading

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Pull the trigger, for the love of God.

Today started out pretty good. I got up and ready early, I didn’t look too terribly homeless (actually, that’s debatable), I didn’t have train delays, I got a good breakfast, and I felt prepared for class. This is where ominous … Continue reading

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I went on a date. With a boy.

It was not me just taking myself to the movies. It was like a for real date and everything. Started off a bit rough, because I got lost going to meet him. He purposely picked an area close to where I … Continue reading

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London weather reports lie

Or they don’t tell the full story. My phone this morning said, “cloudy.” That’s it. Not showers likely, or sporadic rain. New rule: just always assume some form of liquid will come from the sky. Rain, snow, tears of Americans … Continue reading

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I’m not dead.

…yet. I’m just terrible at time management. I’m working on it. This exact same thing happened in China. I created a blog, thought of things to fill it with, then never did anything with them. Maybe I’ll figure it out … Continue reading

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It’s all Greek to me

While last Friday was my first core course, today was my first real class. I felt like Billy Madison. “Back to school, back to school, to prove to dad that I’m no fool.” Complete with me being ten years older than … Continue reading

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