September 27th, 2004

reeciebastion

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lilymc borrowed two of my Narnia books in order to be properly equipped for camp this summer (this would be Camp Narnia: no, really). I just got them back last night and put them back into their boxy-thing this morning, and suddenly I'm wondering: am I the only person who arranges them in chronological rather than written order (ex: The Magician's Nephew, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, A Horse and His Boy, Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, and the Last Battle, rather than the order the numbers dictate)? Or am I just a lone uber-geek?

I mean, it's not as if I *read* them often enough for it to really matter - C.S. Lewis's work gets more and more irritating to me the older I get - but I never throw books away, of course, and was curious.
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reeciebastion

Love this. (Spotted on trollprincess's journal)

I find it sort of amazing that I have been listening to Sarah McLachlan for going on ten years now, and not only do I still respect her as an artist, I respect her more.

I am still coughing. Now it's the annoying, dry kind of cough that occasionally sends you into quasi-spasms. I can only keep from coughing by taking a sip of water every time I feel I'm about to, but drinking that much water makes it very difficult to sit through a two-hour class, it does. (I forgot to bring my water bottle to class, so I stopped in the student store and bought some, and the bottle had an expiry date on it. My water had an expiry date. I find this mildly alarming. o.O)

My head hurts. And my neck. A lot. And I still have to finish that *stupid* paper tonight. Ugh.

Okay. Food, nap, then work 'til dawn. *sigh*

EDIT: Stopped at the grocery store on the way home and bought four boxes of macaroni & cheese (they were on sale). One of them was marked "three cheese", which looked interesting, so I bought it. Opening it to cook, I took a closer look and apparently the "three cheeses" are mild cheddar, sharp cheddar, and monterey jack.

News flash, Kraft: mild cheddar and sharp cheddar are not two different kinds of cheese. They are different degrees of the same kind of cheese (if you can call mild cheddar actual cheese - angry butter, I say). I now feel cheated and demand my third cheese. >.<

EDIT WITH STEADILY WORSENING HEADACHE: My Chapters order has been sent, hurrah!
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