Vulcan’s Peak

Living life comes before recording it.

February 20, 2004 11:54 pm

That’s for those of you who have been complaining that I haven’t posted anything here in almost two weeks. They’ve been crazy ones too. The term’s all but over – exams are next week and I leave Wednesday to go home!

And THAT means that this morning was – at least according to current plans – the last math class I will ever sit through! (And I was even awake and coherent for it…heehee. Yesterday morning? Yeah, that was another story.)

I learned the other day that I’ve been accepted to the UK foreign study program for next fall – am very excited about it!

Work tends to be crazy this time of term, just as everyone’s projects and papers are about to be due. We were host to a minor soap opera this morning, though. Since Furman Hall is being rennovated, one half at a time, a lot of professors are having to move to other offices. Some of them will be moving into our temporary home after the CCLC moves back to the library this summer. Now, the offices where we are now are much nicer than the old ones in Furman Hall. So we’ve got various professors drooling over these offices and plotting about which one they just have to have. I get a kick out of it – they’re so serious, but it’s so silly.

We had our first almost-full run-through of Fiddler this week. Went pretty well, considering! I’m only in about five scenes, but it’s something, and I enjoy it.

8 Responses to “Living life comes before recording it.”

Pug wrote a comment on February 21, 2004

Congratulations on getting in the UK program! Hurrah!!!

Crunch wrote a comment on February 21, 2004

When you go, will you mess with those Royal Guards who can’t move for me?

Pug wrote a comment on February 21, 2004

I’ll see if Chris and Christi let me do that in June for you, Stephen. 🙂

Crunch wrote a comment on February 21, 2004

Sweet. I’ll need pictures!

Tae wrote a comment on February 22, 2004

Boys and their silly requests…*shakes head* BTW, I think I’ll have time to kidnap you once before I leave to visit Theresa. Sound good?

Odette wrote a comment on February 22, 2004

Sure, being kidnapped is always fun!
Then you could even play courier for me…I’ve got something for Theresa. 😉

Carmen wrote a comment on February 23, 2004

Whoo, congrats, Katie! Maybe you’ll pick up an accent. ;D

Tempest wrote a comment on February 25, 2004

Congrats on making it in to Britain!

Hey, office politics is a serious business. 😉 That window on the outside world is a symbol of pure status. Try to figure out how the professors are sucking up to the guy in charge of assigning offices for the move, because that’s where the serious entertainment is at!

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