Update since my pity-party post:
I’ve got a roommate! And she’s super neat. We watch MST3k, and make each other dinner, and laugh at the fact that the faceless man on my Paul Frank shirt (remember getting it at the thrift store, Ebo?) looks exactly like one of my English professors….if said English professor had no eyes, nose, and mouth, that is. Anyway, it kind of creeps me out now.
But, yes, I’m glad the living situation is working out.
School is looking to be very hectic but lots of fun this semester. Right now I’m reading C.S. Lewis’ Experiment in Criticism (boo!….It’s not that it isn’t good, it’s just that I’m so tired of reading theory right now. I can’t wait until we’re done with that and move on to his novels).
Also reading Light in August for another class. I remember liking it a lot in high school, but let’s see how fun it is when I have less than a week in which to read it. Also can’t wait until we get to Lolita, I’ve always wanted an excuse to read that. Now I not only have an excuse, but an academic compulsion.
Oh dear, I’ve turned this into a “Let’s see what Rachel is reading in school!” post, haven’t I? Not my intention. I apologize. Let’s get on to something else, shall we?
Not that we don’t have enough YouTube videos on here already, but I wanted to share the love with one of my favorite cartoon classics:
Isn’t that just ador.? (Because, for some reason, “adorable” is too lengthy a word.) The cartoon reminds me of Flatland. Best (and only) novel I ever read for a math class. Seriously, pick up the Dover Thrift edition at your local used bookstore. (Oh, Ebo, I miss Book Baron…)
Well, I guess it’s back to Faulkner. Until next time, my lovelies,