Friday, October 17, 2008

Embracing The Boring

Yesterday, I went to Uni at 10 am to watch a movie for an essay I'm writing. I watched it.

Then I went to swing. Where Swing Teacher wooed me with helpful comments about how to make my posture better for dance (apparently I need to stick out my chest more and make my hand more into a deeper hook), and complimented my ability to follow.

Then I met Not Daniel. We browsed the DVD selection in one of the libraries. I watch too many movies. He tried to get me to say my new German word - but I get really shy when it comes to speaking other languages and I politely declined - I think he got it out of me eventually. But I made him say it first. (I win?).

Then I watched the same movie again; focusing on how it was made instead of what was being said. Monarch butterflies play a key role.

Then I went to class. Where I was bored, because I do not understand economics to save my life.

I came home. On the tram some guy with a ponytail and kept calling his wife "mate" and went on a large rampage on how he isn't racist, but the people who hand out religious pamphlets to only people who are most likely to part of their religion on the street are...or something.

I made mac n cheese and went to sleep. The end.


  1. Read your comment on Citizen of the Month - thought I'd pop over and say hello.

    Sounds like you're enjoying a nice educational experience in Australia.

    My name's Chris - nice to meet you!

  2. Hi Chris!

    Thanks for stopping by!

    Indeed - very educational.