I was going to do a list post about things I did today (which would end up being mostly Facebook-related) and things I didn’t do today (which would be end up being mostly thesis-related), but then I realized I didn’t have anything to even facetiously puti n the “did” category. Like, I censored some stuff on my Facebook page. And I “bartended” at a fish fry that ended up being more talking-and-eating-pretzels than actual bartending. Whatever, it was fun.
Although Annie said something about it being kind of sad that she considered hanging around church on a Friday night fun, and I realized that I was way more sad than her because it wasn’t even really my parish. Hey. It’s not my fault there’s no one under 80 at St. Eugene.
The “not” list would definitely be thesis-related though. But that’s not even funny anymore. I need to write that last chapter, like, pronto now that all the warm fuzzy National-History-Day related feelings that my advisor had about me are probably fading.
Oh, I got a National History Day t-shirt in the mail the other day, I think because the coordinator felt badly for me because I had (have) to deal with some rather crazy judges. And contestants. And both of them together. And the shirt? Is rather adorable. It engenders warm fuzzy feelings in me.
Maybe I’ll wear it to my next advising appointment. See? Remember when you loved me? Think about that and not the fact that I raced through John Paul II’s influence on Judeo-Christian relations because I really, really want to graduate already.