I got up at 8, took a shower and left for class at 9:15. I got to Modern China, learned about when China first started being considered as modern, then got out early and walked to the exact opposite side of campus for Building Materials and Systems which starts at 11. In there I had the riveting experience of learning about concrete. I got out early again and walked back to the other side of campus for European Intellectual History from 1750-1870. We learned about the different world views of the three main groups of people of the time (aristocrats, peasants, and the middle class) and basically how the Enlightenment began.
Then I skipped my last class (History of Architecture 2) because rent is due tomorrow and I had to get it in the mail to be postmarked today. Which meant I had to drive to the bank and get a cashiers check since I don’t use checks and then go to the post office and mail it off.
I just got home from doing all that and now I’m about to watch Torchwood and procrastinate on my homework.
“Somebody should tell us, right at the start of our lives, that we are dying. Then we might live life to the limit, every minute of every day. Do it! I say. Whatever you want to do, do it now! There are only so many tomorrows.”—Pope Paul VI
It kinda depends on where I am in life. Like, 40 Steps by The Academy Is… used to make me cry like no other. I’m not really sure why. Right now I’d probably say some Sugarland songs just because they make me think of Spencer.