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03 May 2009 @ 03:32 pm
Procrastination- It's a way of life  
I should be typing up my homework, but I honestly don't care anymore. I've got 14 days until I graduate. Yay.

This has been a pretty boring weekend for me. I've spent most of my time sitting at my sewing table, which is my desk, watching movies about historical events. (just finished WWI's Christmas truce, before that the theft of the crown jewels in 1671 and the great train robbery in 1963, and before that the death of Anne Boelyn and the abdication of the throne by King Edward for Wallis Simpson... such a good love story!) When the website stops working, (which it does occassionally) I watch a Diggnation episode. I get more homework done during the historical movies than Diggnation. I really should just not watch anything and work, but that doesn't sound appealing at all.

Last night's PEERS was interesting. I was really bored up until the 3rd set, but the pair of rock songs that Alexander and I danced to were a ton of fun. I feel like I'm starting to loosen up a ton, which is really helping my improv during dancing. There were these two ladies watching us dance and they kept clapping when we did things. (It was pretty awesome! I've never had that happen before!) Anyways, that part was fun. I was pleased with my costume, even though it got pretty damn hot towards the end of the night. I'll post pics later.

Back to work. :P (I'm nearly done... It's just tedious typing, reading, and thinking. I rather be doing nearly anything else right now. Ok, maybe not anything, but you get the point.)
Jessicapastry_fairy on May 3rd, 2009 11:26 pm (UTC)
Oo, what movie did you watch about the death of Anne Boleyn? I've watched pretty much every movie that exists about her.
impudent_twilekimpudent_twilek on May 3rd, 2009 11:46 pm (UTC)
It was a short film from United Streaming. It's geared towards 9-12 graders, but it's pretty well done. The first part is on Anne Boleyn and the second part is on King Edward. If you get a 20 day trial on it, you can watch it. (It's for educators.) Just search "Days that Shook the World". The subtitle is: Affairs of the Crown. I'm trying to keep myself sane while I write about the INCLUDE strategy for special education...