May 3rd, 2004

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Well, I'm off to do my skit. My group is meeting an hour early to go over the script and figure out how we want our 'stage' set up. At least I hope everyone shows.

In any case, it'll all be over in a few hours.

Wish me luck!
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*big sigh of relief*

Thanks to everyone for the well-wishing. The skit went very well -- it is my unbiased opinion that we had the best one :D Anyway, I was soooo glad that we asked to go first.

My American lit class is finally done with! We have a final exam on Friday -- some identifications, short answers and a small essay -- on Friday. After that's done I'll be packing up a few more things -- namely Wally -- and heading home for the weekend and... kitty shopping!

My only other final exam is on the following Monday, for physics. I'm not stressed about that. I could get a 0% on the final and still pass the class with a C. According to the grade calculator the prof put on the website, all I need to get an A in the class is a mid-range B on the final.

Now... you guessed it. Naptime.
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Just finished watching Unbreakable on ABC. First time I had seen it. Certainly it's not as gripping as Signs or Sixth Sense, but it's still very good and has a nice punch at the end. Plus, Bruce Willis kicks ass.

I can't wait to see The Village. It looks like a good, mature scarefest :D

Tomorrow is the last day of class before dead day and finals. Can't sleep in too late because I may have some errands to run. I'm going to go in to the Mac lab early and hopefully be able to get a computer -- they're quite in demand these days with all the projects coming due. There I can add in the flash for our website project -- for some reason I can't do it on my computer -- and then go to Pedagogy... I think all we're doing there is the obligatory course evaluation. Then I'm packing up some clothes and Wally and heading home til my first final on Thursday.

The Stargate Novels website has new info up on Doc's book. Gave me a thrill to see her name there like that :)
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Another update on my since-January reading list

1. Cold Fire, Dean Koontz
2. Who's Looking Out For You?, Bill O'Reilly
3. Arrogance, Bernard Goldberg
4. The Awakening, Kate Chopin
5. Odd Thomas, Dean Koontz
6. Emily's Climb, LM Montgomery
7. Emily's Quest, LM Montgomery
8. A Wind in the Door, Madeline L'Engle
9. A Swiftly Tilting Planet, Madeline L'Engle
10. The Face of Fear, Dean Koontz
11. The Face, Dean Koontz
12. As I Lay Dying, William Faulkner
13. An Acceptable Time, Madeline L'Engle
14. The First Five Pages, Noah Lukeman
15. Seize the Night, Dean Koontz
16. Quicksilver, Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
17. Fear Nothing, Dean Koontz
18. Lives on the Boundary, Mike Rose
19. White Noise, Don DeLillo
20. The House of Thunder, Dean Koontz
21. Emily of New Moon, LM Montgomery
22. The Eyes of Darkness, Dean Koontz
23. Hideaway, Dean Koontz
24. Anne of Green Gables, LM Montgomery

I'm 14 chapters into Anne of Avonlea now; I dug out my old three-books-in-one Anne set that includes Green Gables, Avonlea, and Anne's House of Dreams. But House of Dreams is the fifth book; this set skips the third and fourth, which I've never read but which -- by the sound of things -- has some of the most interesting Anne and Gil stuff. House of Dreams apparently starts out with their wedding, and that's all well and good but I don't want to read that before finding out all the good stuff that happened beforehand!
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