Þæs ofereode, þisses swa mæg (000_hester_000) wrote,
Þæs ofereode, þisses swa mæg

Ooh, shiny

Yay finally registered for fall classes! Although I'll have to wait until the first day of class to officially register for the physics, but the professor promised he'd let me in.

Yay randomly early new Bleach chapter! Yaaaaaaaaaaay Gin!

Yay Wtf confusing dreams! Last night I dreamed a weird episode of Law and Order: SVU in which the only witness to a crime was a genetically engineered blue-violet talking dog. And for some reason Huang was supposed to put it up in a hotel but he locked it in a cage instead. And then it died or something. Neuro was their too for some reason. And recently Elton John has been in my dreams a lot. It's like he's haunting me or something.

Definitely not yay that the pilot light is off so there's no hot water. Now I need to wait for somebody to fix it so that I can take a hot bath because it's been unusually cold for summer and I've been freezing all day.

I can't wait, man. It's gonna be awesome. I'm going to take a bath and read about the Iraq War and it's going to be awesome. I'm going to die of awesome once I'm finally not cold.

Current reading list:
Curveball: Spies, Lies, and the Con Man Who Caused a War, Bob Drogin
Gentlemen of the Road, Michael Chabon
The Shaman's Coat: A Native History of Siberia, Anna Reid
Twilight Twilight isn't a book. It's Meyer's wet dream or something.

And I want to read something of Dickens... but I'm a little intimidated too by the prospect. But I hear that there's spontaneous human combustion in Bleak House. That must be worth something... right? On an unrelated note, I've also had a vague desire to reread HP, but I'm not sure if I should.

And when I get back to school and therefore will be nearer the school library:
Mysterium Coniunctionis, Jung
Alchemical Studies, Jung
Gestures, Desmond Morris et al.
The Hero Within, Carol S. Pearson
The Symbolic Quest, Edward C. Whitmont
Analyze This: What Handwriting Reveals, Allan Conway
At the Bottom of the Garden: A Dark History of Fairies, Hobgoblins, and Other Troublesome Things Lol why didn't I write down the author?
Mythology: The Voyage of the Hero, David Adams Leeming
Pagan Celtic Britain, Ross First name? Last name? The hell?
Celtic Myths, Miranda Jane Green
The Origins of Judaism: From Canaan to the Rise of Islam, Robert Goldenberg
The Treasures of Darkness, Thorkild Jacobsen
The Religion, Spirituality, and Thought of Traditional Africa, Dominique Zahan
African Mythology, Geoffrey Parrinder
The Celtic World, Barry Conliffe

Plus more shiny things: I read Dogs: Bullets and Carnage and it's awesome and why are there not more fans of this? And am I the only Ernest fan? And they've started showing Merlin on channel 11 (is that NBC? I can never remember these things....) so I've gotten to watch that too. And I shall ship Arthur/Merlin~~. And it shall be wonderful.

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