When you break a dish, you don't have to wash it.
Yep, sensational. I know.
It's actually a "life lesson" and has no relevance to any class whatsoever, but who really cares?
ANYWAYS, like everyone else, school or college or work is starting back up now that the holidays are over (or if you're like my crazy friend, college is starting now that holiday work is over...well, I do appreciate those people who sacrifice their time over the holidays to keep everything running smoothly [despite the varying motivations..]). I have a full schedule and hope to stay organized and well rested so that I don't drive myself crazy. We'll see how it all goes.
I am saddened that I couldn't take that Studying Scandinavian Myths class (under a required subject category) this semester, but it's probably for the better since I'll already be fairly busy. I don't want reading Tolkein's books or Thor comics to distract me. >.>Speaking of distractions
, I went outside to read one of my textbooks today in this unseasonably warm weather (so sorry to those of you suffering the brunt of the winter weather. My region gets icky ice in spring, if you were curious.), and out in the field were three deer! I saw them the other day from my bedroom window, but here they were again peeking around the barn, pulling at the grass sprouts, and gazing at me with their big, floppy ears directed towards me like satelites. And then a cricket started chirping in the grass next to me (I was on a shoulder-high wall), and the deer wouldn't stop looking at me -- like I was making that raucous noise! (as if!)
And then the game of "try to graze where the human can't see us" began. Oh, but first we must play "is the human watching me as I approach the place where she can't see me?" Amusing. Distracting. I accidentally scared them away when I stood up to see them in their place-there-she-can't-see-us. Oops.
Okay, I suppose I've diverted your attention long enough (whoever reads my journals anyway).
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Make good use of the time you have.
Leave a person or a place in a better state than you found him/her/it.
These are my resolutions. I've actually been practicing/implementing them since before the start of this year (it takes thought and practice to work on them).
I figured I'd share anyway.P.S. Silver, I'm still trying to figure out which butterfly I drew. The display wasn't labeled well, but I have it narrowed down to brushfoot butterflies... that's a big category, though, and I can't say it's a top priority.