whatxsarahxsaid: ([bill] give it up for)
I graduate from university tomorrow morning.




*is currently wearing her cap like a loser*

And I dunno how to do my silly hood to show the colors. ARGH....

Seriously, don't rain. I know you are forecast to. But just don't, or Imma come up there and tear apart those clouds by hand.

omgosh so scared


Jan. 17th, 2009 12:03 am
whatxsarahxsaid: (go beyond [jin])
I know everyone is hating this cold weather, but I love it. I do wish, however, that it would snow. We've only had two instances of flurries that lasted only a few minutes this year. I want at least a couple inches before spring.

I picked up Elizabeth today. Good drive, even though I was really tired. And we listened to Sodagreen...which made me even more tired. We just finished playing a game of monopoly, which I won. I never win. I always always lose. But I won. By quite a lot. Elizabeth gets scary when she plays games and is losing. She wouldn't even let me go to the bathroom.

Had senior sem today. D: not looking forward to that, no sir. I have no idea what I'm going to write the paper on.

Tomorrow, Elizabeth and I are going to watch the last two episodes of Bloody Monday that was uploaded yesterday (!!!!) and I'm going to return my "Sex, Gender, and Sexuality" book because I dropped that class. ... I guess I should email that professor and let her know I dropped it. Hopefully I'll also get some reading done. I'm glad I did that independent study during winter, because I'm finding it a lot easier to get into the groove of things again after break.

Ah, I couldn't sleep last night, so I picked up one of my anthro books, which happened to be a book about American urban legends. After the first legend they were going to analyze, I got a little freaked out and that made trying to fall asleep a little worse, haha. Gonna have to read that one in daylight.

Now I'm gonna go lay in bed and watch the first disc of Smallville season 7 I checked out from the library today. I totally forgot I didn't have time to finish season 6, so I a little lost. Sigh. Oh well.
whatxsarahxsaid: (among many [jaejong])
My day. With thirty minutes of sleep last night. Goody. )
whatxsarahxsaid: (oh noes [monica])
I think it's really funny (not funny ha-ha) when you're watching something and you see in the background that gas was $1 something. (Woo, prices went down this week and it's $3.55 at Sheetz. I can't believe I'm excited over that T___T) I was just watching season five of 24 and this came up:

"How dare you stand there and judge me. You have no idea until you sit in my chair, you don't know what the hell your talking about."
"Your chair is not a throne, Charles."
"I'm protecting the interests of our country."
"You mean oil."
"Yes. Yes! This country needs energy more than anything, you or anybody in this gridlock country cares to admit. We'll see how you judge me when the cost of oil goes up over $100 a barrel and the people who put me in office can't afford to heat their homes or run their cars."

In 2006, it was around $60-75. It's hit $147 in the year 2008. And today's is a little less than $120, just because the storm warnings have eased. Now we're getting into Hurricane Season, I expect it to skyrocket some more. But it's always funny to watch old (even just a year old) things and you see things that were cheaper (especially gas since that fluctuates so so much.)
whatxsarahxsaid: (1000 words)
Okay, on Tuesday one of the embarrassing things was I walked in on a faculty meeting of the Criminal Justice and Anthropology department. I ran into Dr. Jordan at the door. I swear we had a Lambda Alpha meeting, but apparently they changed it to today. So yes, I walked in on the faculty meeting. Que flustered Sarah who wants to curl up in a corner and die because I hate drawing attention to myself like that.

I had Dr. Jordan this morning, the first time I have seen him since Tuesday afternoon. Sometimes he calls on people (okay, he often calls on people) to read something out of the book that's prevalent to what he wants to discuss. Well, he called on me to find a section about copper tools this certain Indian tribe use. So I'm flipping through the book and then...Dr. Jordan tells the story.

"Listen to this. The department of Criminal Justice and Anthropology were about to start a faculty meeting. The head, Dr. Brian Bates, was at the podium about to start. And in walks Sarah, who thought there was an Lambda Alpha meeting. Instead of finding friendly undergraduates, she was faced with the mean faculty members. She walked in five steps and looked up to find us and stopped frozen. I thought she was going to faint right there *points to the floor*. "I'm sorry! I'm sorry!" She kept saying. She got as red as she is now. Pull your hair aside, Sarah."

Yeah, I had my head down, and my hand over my face. Because I'm so pale, when I blush, I get insanely red. When I lifted my head, several people went "awww". Haha. Oh Dr. Jordan. I swear, I think he pitied me on Tuesday. But it is a really funny story. I was still really embarrassed about it, but when he told the story, I realized how funny it actually was and I'm not so embarrassed about it. I find it more amusing than anything else. (Though, I still am really embarrassed about it.)


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