Thursday, March 28, 2002

I'm at the house tonight. Good ol' home cooking. Mmmm, I'm hungry.

Last night I editioned my print. I think it turned out really, really nice. I can't wait until it's dry enough to take home. WHOOOO!!

Wednesday, March 27, 2002

I smell like a penny! I jsut spent the last hour working on my drypoint plate for printmaking. And... I smell like a penny because my plate is copper. However, I think I'm going to be able to edition my print tonight. (So I probably won't be online until later in the evening...) Anyway, this is good because I won't be able to on monday, when I usually go into the studio because of easter.

Isn't my life just filled with thrills? Printmaking and other fun stuff. Wahoo!

I drew something on the drowtales oekaki for those of you who like to look at my oekaki stuff. It's Shep because dora told me to.

I'm currently reading a book on gender and society in renaissance italy. It's interesting, kinda... I'm right in the middle of a chapter on legal stuff, soo... *snoozes* Anyway, yes, it's for class. I have a book report due on tuesday. o_o;; Well, I'll manage.

Tuesday, March 26, 2002

Okay, I might say that I have an excuse for not blogging recently, but I don't really.

It's that time of year again when the knights and the setons get their new members. These are as close as we get to greek society on campus, and they are supposed to be leadership and service organizations. The knights "initiate" candidates by making them carry "burdens" around campus (such as skis or a big rock) and then the old knights try to steal them. *heheh* And they make them wear stupid costumes and run around with big signs that say "kick me" and the like. It's fun and annoying to see them on campus this time of year. There were two guys with wigs on who were dressed up like rednecks and there costumes were so good I actually thought they were until I got really close. @_@

And then I went to religions class. Something someone said in the classroom discussion kinda ticked me off. And this is about it: She said something along the lines of the good works of people who aren't christian aren't as meaningful as the good works of people who are christians because it isn't done from the idea that god loves all people. And I told her that her comment had made me angry and that if I went to a soup kitchen and some christian guy went to a soup kitchen and given that I was motivated by the fact that all people have inherent value, does that still make the christian person good work of more value than mine? To which she said something that he was motivated out of the fact that god loves all people, so it was something more. And the teacher moved on the discussion and I didn't really feel like getting in an argument because she was narrow-minded.

I like to start my sentences with and, apparently.