Jan. 7th, 2009

satoshi_pallas: (going to washington)
On Monday, at the very beginning of my first class of Winter Quarter, I saw a boy wearing an Urahara hat. He sat toward the front of the room so that, no matter what, I could always see him out of the corner of my eye. Today, that boy sat in the same place and wore an Urahara hat again. This probably shouldn't cause me as much mental torment as it does.

Anyway, yesterday I had my first Writing Poetry lecture! I don't really know what to think yet. I like reading poetry just fine; I'm crap at writing it, but I get by. I'm not really that interested in analyzing it, though. The professor seems pretty big on discussion, and she sounds like she'll call on whoever she feels like, so I better get used to it. Tomorrow we get into our workshop groups, so hopefully I get one that isn't as... controversial as my last one. And I should get to writing my first poem for the class (due Tuesday), which hopefully will turn out fine.

I started reading Switch 3 yesterday, so I'll probably post some review somewhere about the first three volumes. So far this volume's pissing me off because the artwork is confusing me, and it's leaving out plot points, and the story's not really that well-defined, and... The only positive so far is how Hal's sexuality is heavily in dispute. And, well, I guess that's why I'm reading anyway.

I don't know, I'm already tired of school and everything. The beginning of the quarter is always annoying because it means getting into a new routine and adjusting to a different workload, etc. Plus, it's always depressing how much I have to spend on books (yesterday I spent 84 dollars on a course reader that I can't resell sobbbb). Oh well. So far everything is doable, so I just have to get with it, I guess.

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