Today was going to be my sleep day. I was going to go to sleep on Saturday night (ok, so it was actually really early Sunday morning) and sleep through until 9 AM Monday, when I have to get up to get ready for my first class of the week, and in so doing I would catch up on all of the sleep debt that I’ve accumulated over the course of my entire life. Unfortunately, I woke up around 1 PM anyway and was about to go back to sleep when I heard April the Californian open the shade above her bed, look out the window, and say something about the winter. That’s how I knew that it snowed.
So of course I had to get up and open the shade above my bed, and this is what I saw:
When I finally dragged myself out of bed (I won’t even say what time it was), I went to church, and from church to the grocery store (because otherwise I was going to start going hungry pretty soon). At the store I picked up some nifty…
Here’s a better picture where you can see what our room actually looks like:
Then, just a few minutes ago, Batya ’08, Alex ’08, and Ruth ’07 all came by to ask for my signature on their nomination forms. (They’re all running for Burton-Conner government.) Ruth said (as she always does), “Hey, you can blog about this now! And tell all of the prospective freshman about BC government and the election process!” Which is a great idea, only I don’t know anything about the BC government election process, so maybe I’ll have Ruth write a guest entry about it on my blog like she’s done on Sam‘s so many times before.
And that was my day. Utterly unproductive-but I loved it.
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