Days 65-75: an unexpected academic difference

Thursday March 16-Sunday March 26th Wednesday night fit very neatly into my idea of hell on Earth.  There were many, many loud people.  This has been an ongoing problem for me–loud people above and below me in the building, going to the various strip clubs near me, etc.  It’s been contributing to my insomnia/messed up… Continue reading Days 65-75: an unexpected academic difference

Days 54-64: the history of fish and chips is fascinating

Sunday March 5th-Wednesday March 15th RE: the title–I saw this post on Tumblr, and Googled to double-check it, which led me to this cool BBC article with more info. I crashed after all the stuff I did on Saturday.  Slept through all of Sunday and most of Monday and Tuesday.  Should probably go to the… Continue reading Days 54-64: the history of fish and chips is fascinating

Days 48-53: turns out ceilidh dancing is exactly like contra dancing but faster and with more alcohol-induced tomfoolery

Monday February 27th-Saturday March 4th I almost didn’t make it to class on Monday because I was pretty sick–I’m not sure I do have a cold because my symptoms aren’t quite right.  Class was kind of hellish because I had a nasty headache and I think I was running a fever, but I did start… Continue reading Days 48-53: turns out ceilidh dancing is exactly like contra dancing but faster and with more alcohol-induced tomfoolery