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    Sobriquet 39.20

    Wednesday, February 20, 2008
    Since I am off this week, I find myself inching closer to the nocturnal existence I found so problematic during winter break. Fortunately, though, I have been keeping myself in check by planning my days around little activities. Today, for instance, was a cleaning day. Yesterday, despite the urge to nap all afternoon, I studied because I was slated to enjoy a wonderful vegan meal at my friend's house (having punk friends again, by the way, is awesome...I've missed 'em). So, I have been getting my work done and I have been maintaining a reasonably responsible sleep schedule so my return to work on Monday should not be as rough as it could be.

    I have thought about trying to get more work done over break than merely rereading a novel I'd read as recently as a month ago, but I think the slow pace I have been enjoying has given me the break I longed for while toiling away at the Age of Iron chapter while keeping me in the habit of getting work done each day...

    As I've mentioned before, I am rather amazed by how much underline-worthy material I seem to be finding in The Master of Petersburg that I missed the first time I read the novel. Other than that, though, there's not a whole lot to say, so I won't bore my handful of readers with any additional writing this evening.

    For tomorrow: More of the same.

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  1. You don't bore us, I assure you. I'm happy that you feel you're getting the break you wanted while still getting bits of work done. It's not a bad idea to take it easy once in makes things easier to handle, I think.

    By Blogger minxy on 21 February, 2008

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