Monday, November 22, 2010

Things to Know: International Edition VI

- I'm down to four more weeks - a little over maybe - of living in Wales.

- Thursday is Thanksgiving.

- Thursday is also the day when Louise turns one and twenty.

- One and twenty is olden talk for twenty-one (thank you, Horatio Hornblower).

- Have I mentioned lately how much I love Jamie Bamber?

- So, we made handprint turkeys in my primary school class today - after a Powerpoint about Thanksgiving - and I took my bracelets off so I wouldn't get paint on them. Then forgot to put them back on. Therefore, I feel kind of naked and you can totally see my tan line. Or tan chunk, rather.

- My next-door-neighbor has gone home/to visit his girlfriend for the week.

- Due to the previous, Louise can actually shave her legs now.

- I haven't shaved in approximately three weeks.

- Give or take.

- On the housing front, I just send the Res Ed people an email saying that I wanted to be placed in Beta Sigma, which is the Hope House, the theme house in support of the American Cancer Society.

- The room is actually the smallest single on campus, but it would be an assured single, and I could figure out what to do about a meal plan - doing a possible partial one, which might save my mama some money this upcoming semester.

- The piece that I want to do titled Things I Learned in High School is definitely going to happen, but there's no release date yet.

- Who does release dates for blog posts, anyway? Books yes, blog post? Eh. Possibly.

- Anyway, I know that's probably going to make you giggle, which is another reason to write it, too.

- My wrist looks really, really naked without my bands.

- It's kind of freaking me out.

- My handprint turkey I left in the classroom, but when I get my bands, I'll nab my turkey, too.

- Yes, I have plans to hang him on the fridge using my Mind the Gap magnet.

- Whether he will come to New York with me or be left to live with the flat mates for the rest of the year has yet to be decided.

- I've made a home here. And I have to leave it in a month.


Straight Guy said...

Always take the single. No matter the square footage. I finally started liking college once I got my own room.

Molly Louise said...

I lived in a single last year, and it was, well, awesome. I didn't have to worry about disturbing another person and didn't have to worry about coming back and having more than just my roommate in the room, too. Now I'm hoping they'll take me into the house.

"The difference between life and the movies is that a script has to make sense, and life doesn't."

-Joseph L. Mankiewicz