Currently working on the first full-length research paper I’ve had to write for almost a year. Feelin’ smart re: nineteenth-century domesticity, patriarchy, and slavery. Also, Catherine Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe had the best ideas for the most organized kitchen in the world.
dandelions, pitas and hummus, sunshine, clean dresses, tins full of tea, the giant white dog, little red shoes, birds, soft songs, strawberries, green leaves on the trees, cloud-shapes, walks at dusk, holding hands, smiling
Happy birthday to my seester!
froth: What a birthday. You share it with Hitler, Carmen Electra, international weed day, and the Columbine shootings. Wait! You share a birthday with Joey Lawrence. “Whoa!” All of the above are negated. This is the cutest happy-birthday .gif EVER. Also, I am now officially as old as Matilda and A Brief History of Time. Also, Whitney Houston’s “Where Do Broken Hearts...
Irritating Thing #37:
Dear everyone who refers to non-vegetarians as “carnivores,” whether in deprecation, humor, or honest-to-goodness self-classification: If you eat bread, pasta, cereal, rice, beans, or any kind of fruit or vegetable daily, you’re not a carnivore. You’re an omnivore. Stop. It.
Last night I dreamed about kittens.
Clearly today is going to be a good day.
So my capstone presentation/performance went swimmingly. Like, it was really, really good u guiz. At the end, as a special little send-off, I did a quick montage of lines from almost all of the characters I’ve played here at college. Everyone who had seen me in those roles was so delighted; it was lovely. Anyway. Apparently I can actually be articulate when I really try. Woo! Also, note:...
Things that stink: 1. Watching a movie and seeing an actor who’s pretty terrible, knowing that you’re a far better actor, and thinking, “So you got paid, like, at least a million for this movie? Cool, I will sit here and eat some rice and beans and pray that I pay off my student loans before I have to start taking out more for my own children.”