I’m Famous.

Go watch my film debut, here or here.

I feel so old-fashioned, and I think I ought to wear all 50’s clothing from here on out. With that said, I probably should not go to the fabric store today…

On another note, it ocurred to me that I should just keep a camera in reserve at every coffee shop I go to. Then maybe I wouldn’t get so upset at myself when I sit down with my coffee and realize that I’ve forgotten it yet again.

Then again, do I really have anything worth showing at the moment? All I’m really doing is sitting here pretending that I’m going to get a significan’t* significant amount of work done. There is a 50% chance that I’ll actually get a lot done but fail to notice, but either way I’ll feel unproductive and lousy.

The thing is, I really want an A on this final. I am determined to have an A in the class overall. She is sort of a hard grader, but I have drained my life force into that class. Even so, I was pulling Bs until the last assignment. That one was hard, too.  At least I have the advantage of actually having done my work, unlike some others.

I think the most important thing about my professor was that while she graded quite harshly, she did it in a way made me furiously determined to do better. I loved the material, too, so that helped…

I can’t say much for the rest of the class, except for this: why are they majoring in a subject that forces them into classes that they don’t enjoy?

I’ll post my photos later. Apologies. =D Hopefully I won’t buy any patterns at the fabric store…

Hopefully I won’t go to the fabric store…

*Some of you may remember this. I am incapable of typing “significant” without adding an apostrophe between the n and the t. Once, while writing a paper, this happened about 15 times in one day**. I decided then that I kind of liked it, because I felt like I couldn’t and I kept typing “signif-I-CAN’T”. Or “SIGN-IF-I-CAN’T”. What on earth does *that* mean?? I have no idea. Explanations very welcome.

**Hmm…it’s pretty lame to footnote a footnote. Sorry, but I don’t really care. =D Anyway, the purpose of this double-footnote is to say that I got an A on that paper, so hopefully my overwhelming use of the word “significant” means that I was editing and not writing.

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