A day in the life

February 12th, 2004 by MrLuxuryFashionGuru

So for those who may randomly wonder what I do everyday with my time…  here’s a day in my life (approximately 24 hours):

Last night I chatted with Doug about blocking, and many other things, until 4.30am, then forced myself awake at 8.30am to look at my Chem15 script, on which I found a grading error worth 4 weighted points, which won’t make a difference to my final grade, I don’t think.  

By 10am I had managed to get dressed properly, send out some emails, pack a quick breakfast and pick up my Annenberg bag lunch (which I will eat thrice weekly for the rest of the semester).    French at 10am, Applied Math at 11am, Biology at noon, ESPP10 at 1pm, a tiny break from 2,30 till 3pm, during which I turned in my study card and proctor evaulations (due today) and took a ten minute nap. 

At 3pm I woke up and went to Religion 1529.  Brian Palmer is amazing, he really is, and most people already know this.  His class is astounding, truly life-changing and undeniably fascinating, and I’ve only heard two of the superlative guest speakers – Cynthia Enloe and Swanee Hunt. 

Between 4 and 5pm I checked my mail, wrote some emails and then saw Wong Kar Wai’s lovely In the Mood for Love (yay Netflix!) till just past 6.30pm.  Dinner was Korean BBQ at Boylston Hall, compliments of the Asian American brotherhood, and dessert of apple crisp and soft-serve at Adams House dining hall. 

At 7.15pm I went to the Crimson for FM’s weekly writer’s meeting, although I don’t think I’ll be writing anything this week.  I do have something out in this week’s issue though, the first issue of the semester with the historic first colour-print cover too.  At 8.15pm I headed to buy dinner for Neil and ice cream for Emily, whose room I hung out at for half an hour (and where I picked up the biology section manual for Ryan and I from Xin Wei).  

By 9pm I was back in my room, where I sent out my application to volunteer at the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, read various other emails and downloaded the theme to “In the Mood for Love” as well as SATC 617.  From 10pm till just past 12pm I very slowly read half of the Biology reading for Friday and chatted with Neil about blocking.  

Around midnight I snoozed briefly on the futon.  I roused and went to wash up at 12.30am, after which I sectioned online for Religion 1529, then started blogging and reading blogs at 1am.  I will be in bed soon, just past 2am.  I plan to wake up at 9.30am tomorrow.


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