Weird

Nov. 19th, 2011 08:24 am
nirix5: (luthien/mohicans USE BY REQUEST ONLY)
Working on this Bayeux paper has taken me in directions I never thought I'd go, academically. I know all about the Nazis now. I've studied the Ahnenerbe. I've got the real scoop on what happened to happened to Bunjes after the war. I've cried through a lot of war movies... I've laughed through a lot of war movies... all in the name of research. (It are fact that Hitler was denied admission to Hogwarts.)

What's also weird: knowing enough of my genealogy to know that a main branch of my ancestors crossed the Channel with William. It's like, dude. This thing is the story of my people! Except I don't like my people, I find them to be the aggressors in the whole situation. I like Harold, who seems like my kind of broken.

So, my people are the aggressors and very much beloved by the Nazis.

That's pretty weird.

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Weird

Nov. 19th, 2011 08:24 am
nirix5: (luthien/mohicans USE BY REQUEST ONLY)
Working on this Bayeux paper has taken me in directions I never thought I'd go, academically. I know all about the Nazis now. I've studied the Ahnenerbe. I've got the real scoop on what happened to happened to Bunjes after the war. I've cried through a lot of war movies... I've laughed through a lot of war movies... all in the name of research. (It are fact that Hitler was denied admission to Hogwarts.)

What's also weird: knowing enough of my genealogy to know that a main branch of my ancestors crossed the Channel with William. It's like, dude. This thing is the story of my people! Except I don't like my people, I find them to be the aggressors in the whole situation. I like Harold, who seems like my kind of broken.

So, my people are the aggressors and very much beloved by the Nazis.

That's pretty weird.

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nirix5: (padme zombie movies)
I love Winston Black's classes, but the day I don't have to do a reading response will be the best day of my LIFE.

Also, I hate philosophers. Assholes should have gotten off their asses and gotten an job or done something constructive, rather than torture me personally thousands of years after their deaths.

...the downstairs neighbors are warbling again. What the hell.

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nirix5: (me!)
Hi everyone!

I have an unusual request to make of you all. The Medieval Studies club at Binghamton University is putting together an academic conference on the history of underwear from the classical period to 1750. Tied in to this event will be another, a fashion show entitled "Underwear Through The Ages."

We're looking for samples of underwear from the classical period to the present day, including but not limited to Medieval, Renaissance, 18th century, Regency, Victorian, and Edwardian underwear (for both men and women, preferably as historically accurate as possible.) If any of you have pieces you would like to loan to the university for the fashion show (to be held April 24th, 2010) please email me at hallen1@binghamton.edu. We would pay for postage both ways and insurance on the garments, and your name would be in the program as the owner/maker. We are looking for all sizes.

If you think you would be interested in helping us out with this, please let me know!

Thank you very much for your time!

Sincerely,

Heather

xposted everywhere.
nirix5: (ac a/z in the end)
OMFchrist what a grueling finals week.

Did Latin on Monday morning, which was okay, except it was a completely new test format. An easier test format. But one that required an entirely different type of studying than what we've been doing all year. Haven't gotten the grade back on that one yet.

Got an A in my Islamic Spain class. wOOt.

Took my French final on Wednesday morning. It was generally okay except for the fact that the subjunctive tense was heavily emphasized. No problem, right? I can totally remember all the subjunctive endings.

YEAH. I KNOW THEM. IN LATIN.

Couldn't for the life of me remember the French ones. Long story short, sweated through that test. Wound up with a B+ in the class; how, I'm not sure.

Then went straight to my music final. I was fine through the first two listening sections, and it all went downhill from there. By the end of the test, the sinus headache that I could feel all morning had erupted, I was about to puke, and the lack of sleep and stress got to me. I had lost the notes for my pre-assigned essay before I memorized the damn thing, and bullshitted it off the cuff. Which might have turned out okay, but... I waxed a little odd at the end. The question was something like this:

"Medieval music often used parts from other musical works as a basis. This trend slowed and then stopped altogether by the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries, and composers were writing original works. Do you agree, why or why not."

I put that I agreed, and to sum up, it was like music had outgrown the need to use other pieces of music in various works. Then I likened it to the training wheels coming off the bicycle of music, allowing the composer to ride free into realms hitherto only imagined. I was so wrapped up in this image of "music growing up" that I got all emotional and started to cry about it.

Spent that night and the next night at home with an awful, unshakable headache. Came to Camillus this morning. I took a bath and did a hair mask and might take a nap at some point.

I feel slightly more human now. Kind of.

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nirix5: (300 last night was great)
Finished my paper at approximately 5:57 this morning.

...

That's the first all nighter I've pulled since 2001, when I had two minutes' worth of lunchbox animation cels to do, back when I was at Collins.

Wow.

If you'd like to see the first draft, written in letter form while mildly hysterical, click here. )

Cleans up pretty )

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nirix5: (ac a/z in the end)
So music is still ZOMG!WTF!DIFFICULT!RIDICULOUS!FUCK!.

However. I am now zen about the whole thing.

Mild blow up in class today- we, the students, disagree with his, the teacher's, methods for writing up a final exam. Essentially, the exam consists of:

1. A full test covering all the material from this unit (3 listening samples, 15-20 short answer questions, 5 in depth definitions.)
2. A full test covering the cumulative material covered this semester. (3 new examples with scores, 15 short answer questions, and 8 composer ID's of 1-2 paragraphs each, drawn from a pool of 22 names.)
3. A preassigned essay, consisting of 2-3 pages, that must be worked out before the test, memorized, and written during the test with no notes or outline.

The test is to be completed in two hours on Wednesday.

People tried to talk him into reducing some of the information he wants us to study; it's one of those tests where it's "five of any of these thirty terms (or whatever) might be on the test so know them all." Apparently, he's trying to teach us to strategize ("The most important composers will be on the test. Your job is to figure out which ones are the most important, and study them.") He's also trying to teach us to view music in its narrative historical context, and not just memorize facts. However, when the fact was pointed out that the essay will have to be memorized, he says that memorization is how you learn. *headdesk*

Long story short, he's not budging on his test. Which is fine, really. A giant pain in the ass with the extra paper essay, but fine. I have accepted this test and moved on.

I was mad at this guy for a while. He can be very condescending, thinks very highly of himself, takes petty things way too seriously. Slowly, I came to a realization about a few things:

~ This class isn't the be all and end all of my life. Why get worked up? We'll all be dead in eighty years anyway, and no one will remember any of this.
~ When people are obsessed about something, they get too close to it, and forget about the rest of the world. (Which is weird. He's like one of those people who take flamewars seriously. Music and internets= srs bsnzz.
~ Maybe he's got something to prove.

Last revelation was today. There was a concert on Monday night- Binghamton Vocal Consort and Schola Cantorum, singing English madrigals. Big deal for them, their first public performance, blah blah blah. Students were given the option to go and write a concert review for extra credit. A few of us went, but not too many I don't think.

Everyone handed up their homework at the beginning of class, as he was thanking those of us that went for going to the concert. He kind of glanced through the pile of homework, and said, "Well, I can see by the amount of assigned homework in the pile that not a lot of people went." The tone that he said it in was, I dunno, something like "well-I-didn't-
want-you-to-come-to-my-birthday-party-anyway." It made me sad.

So maybe he's got something to prove. Maybe his mom told him he'd never be a musician or he wants to change the world through his "strategize-don't-memorize" technique.

Well, here's to you, Professor. I wish you the best of luck in whatever it is you're trying to accomplish.

...

Now it's back to my regular studying schedule.

(I hate your stupid tests, you bastard. But no hard feelings. Really!)

(Also, your concert? Was great. I wholeheartedly enjoyed it.)

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nirix5: (jorja mend my wicked ways)
.FRIDAY

Feather needs a tank top to put under this.
Feather is rushing around, putting up signs.
Feather is FRENCH QUIZ DEATH.
Feather is apprehensive.
Feather realizes that half and half is never good enough.
Feather is embarrassed, a little.
Feather thinks YOU are ludicrous.
Feather hates people.
Feather wishes she was there for the trencher thing.
Feather can't help it if she falls asleep.
Feather loves medieval manuscripts.
Feather thinks that Venus can be hysterical sometimes, especially when she's half penis.
Feather cannot keep the herds separated without a fence, dammit.
Feather may have inadvertently caused a stampede.
Feather told him to do it.
Feather is going home, thank jeebus.
Feather cannot eat this sandwich.
Feather gives up.

SATURDAY

Feather is up entirely to early, and yet is still running late.
Feather is your goddamned milk is in the cooler.
Feather is banging her head into the wall.
Feather passed the buck to Cat on the search for more food/LOW FAT milk.
Feather knows that Barb runs the show- so does Sandro.
Feather is manning the registration desk with Melanie.
Feather wants her collar to lay straight.
Feather is glad she and Melanie are on the same page.
Feather does not want eternal consciousness, even if it is an option.
Feather is taking a Zoi break.
Feather may have inadvertently become a surrogate mother?
Feather has stolen Melanie's chibi style.
Feather is fangirling S, as usual.
Feather and Melanie are making Square Enix personas.
Feather is keep on rockin' in Midgar.
Feather is sneaky with the tape.
Feather alternately loves and loathes academia.
Feather's shoes are giving her blisters.
Feather is going to sweat her makeup off in here.
Feather got a ride from Barb on the trolley.
Feather hates buffets because she eats too much.
Feather enjoys talking to the crazies.
Feather wishes Phil could have made it.
Feather is plotting revenge.
Feather can't remember why she wanted to go to this talk.
Feather loves clowns.
Feather is blowing this popsicle stand for the carnival outside.
Feather thinks it was the best hour wait ever.
Feather loves hurricanes.
Feather would hit that.
Feather could be your Roman actress.
Feather is OMG STORMS AND DOLLS!
Feather loves you and knows you can do it.
Feather saw what happened with the soda, the trolley, and the plenary speaker's handouts ;)
Feather learned about the National Gallery in DC.
Feather, Jesse and Cat are our snobby dancer walks, let us show you them.
Feather is the aborted offspring of a tree.
Feather is not impressed with your manners.
Feather is leading the charge through the maze.
Feather is giving alcohol to minors.
Feather thinks this is all very great.
Feather sees a universe in a water glass.
Feather realizes that revenge is a dish best served while listening to canuts firmus techno.
Feather can take the lute music seriously when she's not looking at the singer.
Feather had a good time.
Feather has lots of people in her dorm.
Feather is bzuh?

SUNDAY

Feather is very, very confused.
Feather cannot sleep because her feet are cut up.
Feather wants to know where Melanie went?
Feather is waiting for the dining hall to open.
Feather wants to be a Bollywood dancer.
Feather is (quietly) rocking out to Mohabbatein.
Feather is looking for a copy of Harry Potter in Latin!
Feather has too many things to do today.
Feather is fucking exhausted.


In retrospect, I should have brought Sephiroth to the conference.
I guess there's always next year.

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nirix5: (jorja mend my wicked ways)
.FRIDAY

Feather needs a tank top to put under this.
Feather is rushing around, putting up signs.
Feather is FRENCH QUIZ DEATH.
Feather is apprehensive.
Feather realizes that half and half is never good enough.
Feather is embarrassed, a little.
Feather thinks YOU are ludicrous.
Feather hates people.
Feather wishes she was there for the trencher thing.
Feather can't help it if she falls asleep.
Feather loves medieval manuscripts.
Feather thinks that Venus can be hysterical sometimes, especially when she's half penis.
Feather cannot keep the herds separated without a fence, dammit.
Feather may have inadvertently caused a stampede.
Feather told him to do it.
Feather is going home, thank jeebus.
Feather cannot eat this sandwich.
Feather gives up.

SATURDAY

Feather is up entirely to early, and yet is still running late.
Feather is your goddamned milk is in the cooler.
Feather is banging her head into the wall.
Feather passed the buck to Cat on the search for more food/LOW FAT milk.
Feather knows that Barb runs the show- so does Sandro.
Feather is manning the registration desk with Melanie.
Feather wants her collar to lay straight.
Feather is glad she and Melanie are on the same page.
Feather does not want eternal consciousness, even if it is an option.
Feather is taking a Zoi break.
Feather may have inadvertently become a surrogate mother?
Feather has stolen Melanie's chibi style.
Feather is fangirling S, as usual.
Feather and Melanie are making Square Enix personas.
Feather is keep on rockin' in Midgar.
Feather is sneaky with the tape.
Feather alternately loves and loathes academia.
Feather's shoes are giving her blisters.
Feather is going to sweat her makeup off in here.
Feather got a ride from Barb on the trolley.
Feather hates buffets because she eats too much.
Feather enjoys talking to the crazies.
Feather wishes Phil could have made it.
Feather is plotting revenge.
Feather can't remember why she wanted to go to this talk.
Feather loves clowns.
Feather is blowing this popsicle stand for the carnival outside.
Feather thinks it was the best hour wait ever.
Feather loves hurricanes.
Feather would hit that.
Feather could be your Roman actress.
Feather is OMG STORMS AND DOLLS!
Feather loves you and knows you can do it.
Feather saw what happened with the soda, the trolley, and the plenary speaker's handouts ;)
Feather learned about the National Gallery in DC.
Feather, Jesse and Cat are our snobby dancer walks, let us show you them.
Feather is the aborted offspring of a tree.
Feather is not impressed with your manners.
Feather is leading the charge through the maze.
Feather is giving alcohol to minors.
Feather thinks this is all very great.
Feather sees a universe in a water glass.
Feather realizes that revenge is a dish best served while listening to canuts firmus techno.
Feather can take the lute music seriously when she's not looking at the singer.
Feather had a good time.
Feather has lots of people in her dorm.
Feather is bzuh?

SUNDAY

Feather is very, very confused.
Feather cannot sleep because her feet are cut up.
Feather wants to know where Melanie went?
Feather is waiting for the dining hall to open.
Feather wants to be a Bollywood dancer.
Feather is (quietly) rocking out to Mohabbatein.
Feather is looking for a copy of Harry Potter in Latin!
Feather has too many things to do today.
Feather is fucking exhausted.


In retrospect, I should have brought Sephiroth to the conference.
I guess there's always next year.

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nirix5: (jorja mend my wicked ways)
Going home for Passover this weekend. I will have to study for Latin but who cares, since PS moved the test from tomorrow to next Wednesday.

Next weekend is Binger's annual CEMERS Conference. This year the theme is "Venus and the Venereal." As I am a CEMERS undergrad geek, I'll be working most of the time. Fine with me though, since meals (including two shwanky dinners yay) are included. And because, ya know, I would have been there anyway.

Here are the lectures I'm going to:

Friday

2:00 – 3:15
Form and Formlessness: Aphrodite as Evolving Goddess
1. Did it Take Time to Create Aphrodite? (E.F. BEALL, independent scholar)
2. Aphrodite: Warrior Princess (STEPHANIE LYNN BUDIN, Rutgers University, Camden)
3. Aphrodite: The Goddess of Appearances (VERED LEV KENAAN, University of Haifa)

6:30 – 7:45
Situated Readings: Venus in Medieval (Con)Texts—France, England, and Spain
1. ‘The Work of Venus’: Artists’ Readings of the Roman de la Rose (MERADITH MCMUNN, Rhode Island College)
2. Chaucer’s Temple of Venus, A New Image for the Memory-House (TERESA RUSSO, University of Toronto)
3. Venus’s Handiwork: Desire and Melibea’s Misogamy in Fernando de Rojas’s ‘Tragicomedia’ (alias ‘Celestina’) (PETER COCOZZELLA, Binghamton University)

Saturday

1:30 – 2:30
Venus: Latin and Vernacular Dualities and Doublings
1. Medieval Marriage and the Two Venuses (TRACY ADAMS, University of Auckland)
2. ‘Cestus’: The Belt of Venus in Neo-Latin Poetry and Mythography (JOHN NASSICHUK, University of Western Ontario)

2:45 – 4:00
Venus and Affect in Early Modern French Literature
1. Venus Up-Ended: Brantôme’s Erotic Old Dame Galante (DORA E. POLACHEK, Binghamton University)
2. From the Visual to the Concrete: Venus as Metaphor in Racine’s Phèdre (SANDRO
STICCA, Binghamton University)
3. Vénus en deuil à la Renaissance: Vénus adonine et Astarté (CÉLINE BOHNERT, Université de Marne-la-Vallée)

7:15 – 8:15
Plenary Speaker: LOUISE K. STEIN, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
VENUS AMIDST THE THORNS: VENEREAL MUSIC AND THE EROTIC POLITICS OF MONARCHY


My first big conference- I'm so excited. I bitch about it sometimes, I know, but DAMN! I kind of love academia. There's so much cool shit to learn, the bitchfights are better, and the wine flows like water. Huzzah.

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nirix5: (300 toys with triggers)
Dear Binghamton,

YOU SUCK.

No love,
Feather.



I am a medieval studies major. I came to this school because they had an (alleged) very good medieval studies program. Not so much.

There are fourteen courses offered for medival studies next semester. ONLY TWO OF THEM ARE TAUGHT IN ENGLISH. And actually? One is only taught in half-English; the rest is in Italian but it's not required to speak it fluently. That's Dante's Divine Comedy, which would be all well and good if I was, you know, a fucking literature major. ARRRRGH. The other course that's open to me is Medieval 101- MEDIEVAL 101!!! Guess what you do in that joke of a course? You learn how to study the Middle Ages. You don't actually study them. You just learn how to. Not to mention that they got rid of 204 and 205 completely, which kind of sucks. 204 was the Early Middle Ages and 205 was the High Middle Ages; I've already taken 204, which 101 is a rehash of. I don't want to sit through half a bazillion desert saints again, for christ's sake. Everyone's pissed about it but there's nothing anyone can do because it's the director of the program's personal pet project or something, and she made it a graduation requirement.

Kicker: I'm going to be a senior next year. I need 28 credits in my major of 300 level or above to graduate.

I AM NOT GOING TO GRADUATE. THIS MAKES ME INCREDIBLY FRUSTRATED.

Plus, apparently, I also have to take an American History course, and a "C" or "J" course. C/J= composition and joint composition and oral, respectively.

WHAT THE FUCK WAS I WASTING ALL THAT TIME ON UP AT OCC IF NOT FUCKING COMPOSITION CLASSES AND PUBLIC SPEAKING, YOU DEPLORABLE MOTHERFUCKERS? AND YOU WANT TO MAKE ME TAKE FRESHMAN ENGLISH- FRESHMAN FUCKING ENGLISH!!!!! OVER AGAIN???

I am going to need Valium before I go to deal with these people, or someone's going to get hurt.

...

Note to Jade: if you went here, you wouldn't be in Harpur (the liberal arts college.) You wouldn't have the bizzare no-classes problems, so don't let this rant get to you too much.

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nirix5: (me!)
Long time no see.

School's okay. I'm having an interesting time taking Latin and French back to back. The only snag thus far is the fact that while I can translate from Latin to English all right, I can no longer translate from English to Latin. English to Latin comes out in French. I can't seem to fix it, no matter what I do; I finally started translating from English to French and then into Latin.

History of Music would be so much better than it is if a) I knew basic music theory and b) I wasn't in a class with a bunch of snot-tastic music majors. My apologies to any music majors on my flist, but man. These people sucked when I was in high school and well hey goddamn, they still suck today. They're cliquey, they laugh too loud, and they burst into song randomly. In the morning, when I'm feeling bitter and cranky, I want to inform them that they didn't exactly get into Julliard and for fuck's sake to shut up. Maybe I'm on the defensive, though... it's two of us against twenty of them. WE'RE SURROUNDED, JERRY. AND I EVEN HAVE MY DOUBTS ABOUT YOU.

However, this class wins because today we went over a song dedicated to the Virgin Mary and the Miracle of the Pork Chops.

Islamic Spain is still TBA on general stuff. First the Moroccan professor was verbally sparing with Turks. I missed one class, where apparently they reached a truce and became friends, and I'm the bad guy- guess missing a class was a bad idea. For my presentation topic, he assigned me Christian Opression at the End of the Islamic Era in Spain. Everyone else got to do cooler things than that, like Moorish architecture and things involving science and trade routes. Bleh.

Life is getting kind of good though, cause I can finally see some kind of glimmer at the end of the tunnel career-wise. The nebulous mist of the future is slowly resolving itself into some kind of corporeal form, or something.

Anyway, I've decided to start a new blog, based on my experiences and observations involved with going back to school, although not all will have to deal with school related subjects. (Unless
you want to read essays discussing the passive voice in Latin passages. Holla.)

I'll let you guys know when its up, iffen you want to read it.

ZOMG!
nirix5: (Lucia Techno)
I really wish I had finished learning Portuguese when I started it. This paper is a bitch and while I can access the information I need, I can't read it. Of course the topic in general gets me to thinking about why I started to learn Portuguese in the first place, and it's like... argh.

Goddammit.

Also I can't seem to get my glasses clean. I think I'll take a break and go wash them off in the bathroom.

Whee! The seeing! Now I can do it.
nirix5: (spoiled little helper)
Been gone for a while. School is hella busy. In fact, I have a final in a few hours that totally snuck up on me. Like, I-didn't-know-about-it-till-Tuesday snuck up on me.

Apparently snuck is not a word.

Also just rocked out at a Latin test. Latin has been tricky as hell, and we thought that today's test was going to be awful, since it covered chapters 11-15, and we only tackled 15 on Monday. It really wasn't, though- this was probably because the passage we had to translate was about Achilles, and I know the Trojan War like the back of my hand.

I have to write a ten page paper on Friday, and then another one on Sunday. Bleargh.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

What else has been going on?


Turned 25. Ate some cake.

Going to the semiformal tonight. Will eat some cake?

Final later on. Will not be cake.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I've dedicated my life to cosplay.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I've decided to admit that I like Christmas. I like it a lot. I can't wait to get home, put the lights up, and bake some motherfucking cookies.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


If this final was on Sephiroth prOn, I would totally ace it.


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nirix5: (abstinence ha!)
[Poll #1057977]
nirix5: (padme zombie movies)
Have a bad cold. Have been labeled lethal by my SSS teacher.

(Not Special Snowflakes. Saints, Shrines, and Spectacle. So you know Phil.)

I hope the lunch ladies win the lottery. They got me lemon when there wasn't any so I could have tea for my sore throat.

Screwed up a Latin quiz. To owe, not to hesitate. I was right the first time.


...


Gossip Girl airs tonight. I'm not sure how I feel about this; I love the books, like, a lot, and so far the show just looks like the OC or whatever moved to New York. The books aren't really like that. So far from the previews, I'm not impressed. Where are Jenny's boobs? When did Jenny turn blonde and straight-haired? She's short, has curly curly brown hair, and ginormous boobs.

AND HELLO WHERE IS VANESSA, WHO IS A MAJOR CHARACTER. COME ON CW. BREAK THE BOUNDARIES OF STUPID TEEN FUCKERY IMAGE CRAP. IT IS OKAY TO HAVE A CHARACTER THAT'S A LITTLE CHUBBY AND HAS A SHAVED HEAD. KTHNX.

I'm going to go finish dying now.

Latin Latin Latin.
nirix5: (reno- omgwtfbbq)
1. What legal measures did Diocletian take against the Christians in 303? What were some of the objectives of this legislation? Were these tactics effective? Why or why not?

We've gone over this upmteen stupid times. Why are you making me write it out in a formal answer? You've lectured on it for a week and a half and I'm going into a second discussion on this tomorrow. Diocletian was pretty straightforward. Sacrifice to the gods, you idiots, or I'm going to pwn your fugly Xtian faces. WHY IS THIS HARD FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND? WHY DO WE KEEP HAVING TO GO BACK OVER THIS GROUND EVERY FUCKING CLASS?????


2. How did the laws of Constantine and his son Constantius seek to regulate the Jews and other seemingly problematic religious groups so strictly? Why do you think that these measures were promulgated at the same time that Christianity was given such favored status? Why was it deemed necessary to make these exceptions to the practice of religious toleration embodied in the Edict of Milan (313)?

Oh my fucking Christ. Who gives a shit. It’s ten thirty at night and this has to be typed out to satisfy your dumb ass. I should write it out in Victorian goddamn cursive, just so it’s not easy for you to read. Teaching isn’t supposed to be easy. Fuck you and your stupid times new roman. I’m giving up computers because they give me headaches. How do you like them apples?

...

It's late. I'm tired. I'm swamped with tons, literally, of homework.

The Snapes in my life want 4,000 feet of parchment on the topics of Koranic scripts and Egyptian Arabic, all of early Christianity, Saint Foi (whoever the hell that is) and all the cases and declensions of Latin words by Monday. There will be quizzes.

I really need a solid night's sleep.

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